La Champagneria Barcelona

La Xampanyeria is a small bar close to metro stop Barceloneta. Here you can drink the best cava and eat the best tapas. Cava is a quality sparkling wine and is also the only drink you can order, but you can choose from different tastes and sizes. A glass of cava cost between the 0.65€ [...]

Catalan New Year Traditions

The Noses Man – “L’Home dels Nassos”
In Catalunya there are more New Years traditions than eatinggrapes at 00.00. Another tradition is L ´Home dels Nassos, literally the nose man, or the man of noses. He get´s this name because he has 365 noses, one for everyday of the year. In Catalunya he is a large-headed [...]

The Catalan Christmas Traditions of Caga Tio and the Caganer

Caga Tió
A famous Catalan tradition is the Caga Tió, which is made of a tree trunk and painted with a smiley face, nose and ears. He wears the traditional red Catalan Barretina hat. You can find them in most Christmas markets during December. The Caga Tió is most famous among  children, they cover him with [...]

La Rambla and Plaça Catalunya

One of the famous attractions in Barcelona is the La Rambla street. La Rambla is approximately 1.2 kilometres long and is connecting Plaça Catalunya to Port Vell, and is seperatig the Ciutat Vella (old city) districts of Raval and Barri Gotic. On La Rambla you will find tons of souvenir shops, artists, human statue art and [...]

Halloween in Barcelona

Halloween in Barcelona