If you enjoy getting off the beaten path, consider a visit to the Bunkers Del Carmel on your next trip to Barcelona. One of the city’s hidden gems, the Bunkers Del Carmel sit atop the Turó de la Rovira, a hill in the district of El Carmel. The bunkers offer a spectacular panoramic view of the city and the ocean beyond.
In Catalonia, All Saints Day is celebrated alongside a local festival known as Castanyada. The holiday is centered on a family meal consisting of chestnuts, roasted or baked sweet potatoes, and preserved fruits.
The best way to enjoy Barcelona is by foot, walking through its meandering streets and discovering what hides in the city’s tucked away corners.
Attention jazz fans, the Voll-Damm Barcelona International Jazz Festival will once again be taking over Barcelona from October 17th - December 19th, 2017 with another stellar program.
The best way to experience the Catalan culture is by shopping and eating in Barcelona’s famous markets, featuring everything from fresh produce and meat to artisanal finds, clothing, and one-of-a-kind antiques.
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