Festival Grec Barcelona

Festival Grec is one of the many summer activities and festivals that the city of Barcelona offers. Grec means for Barcelona a space where arts and culture meet, offering international theatre, circus, dance, and music performances. With most of the performances taking place at the outdoor Grec Theatre, in Montjuic hill, each year some of the set locations may vary. Being in Poble Sec, the best part about Casa Vaganto boutique hotel is it is just an easy walk to the main stage of this festival. In this entry, we will emphasize the importance of this cultural key event for Barcelona. Read More

Open Air Cinema Barcelona

Do you want to watch a movie outdoors in an Open Air Cinema in Barcelona? There is no better summer plan than enjoying a movie under the stars, and the best place in town is in Montjuic mountain surrounded by its beautiful gardens. The Montjuic Open Air Cinema, or Cinema a la Fresca de Sala Montjuic, in catalan, celebrates its latest edition by once again screening the best films in their original language with Spanish subtitles. It is a great way to enjoy movies! Furthermore, another good thing is that it is located at the Montjuic Hill, where at its foot, you can find our boutique hotel! Read More

El Molino Barcelona, the Moulin Rouge Theatre on Parallel

El Molino is a well-known art space concept in Barcelona. It is a wonderful venue full of joy, laughter, and spectacles from the many events and concerts hosted there. Located right in front of our Boutique Hotel on Parallel Avenue, in the quarter of Poble Sec, a bustling neighbourhood full of cafes, restaurants, viewpoints, and offers many things to do. In short, El Molino is a great way to spend the afternoons and evenings in Barcelona. If you are interested and want to know more, then keep reading and scroll down below. Read More

Christmas at Poble Espanyol

Right after the Halloween holidays, the Christmas spirit starts to invade us, with stores putting up the decorations and offering the traditional seasonal sweets. At the same time, the street lights are hanging, waiting to lighten up the cold winter nights. Some people think every year comes earlier and should go one holiday at a time. If you love the most magical season of the year, you’re probably in the best city to spend this year’s holidays. Poble Espanyol will become a giant advent calendar to make this year’s the most magical Christmas of all!

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Halloween in Barcelona

If you can spend your Halloween in the wonderful city of Barcelona, in Spain; then, you should know that it may become your most memorable Halloween.

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A Visit To San Juan Barcelona

If you are going on tour to Europe and intend to travel to Spain, your itinerary must include a visit to Barcelona due to its magnificent art, history, and architecture. As a matter of fact, considerable emphasis is put on the summer solstice in Catalunya. The summer solstice referred to the most short-lived night of the year and is observed as a public holiday. You would never miss the feast of San Juan during this shortest night while touring Barcelona.
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Diada da Sant Jordi en Barcelona

Indeed, it is Diada de Sant Jordi where you can get amused. If you are going to Barcelona, this festival of Sant Jordi is a must-visit place for those who believe in love and are fond of books and roses. Your trip should start out from this unique festival, the most original celebrations in Barcelona.
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Easter In Barcelona, Spain

Easter is a good time to visit Barcelona because during this period you would find several parties, processions, and food-making festivities. In this connection, our boutique hotel near Ciutat Vella seems to be quite suitable for your stay.

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Valentine’s Day in Barcelona

If you’re looking for a way to treat that special someone for valentine’s day, we invite you to our boutique hotel in Barcelona centre. However, you do not have to spend the entire day with us as the city of Barcelona is filled with activities that will please almost anyone no matter their preferences.

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Cabalgata de los Reyes Magos in Barcelona 2021: Itinerary and Interesting Facts

Like in many cities in Spain, the culmination of the Christmas festivities in Barcelona is the Cabalgata de los Reyes Magos, the procession of the three kings. January 5th is a day set aside well ahead of time. And that same night, after the procession, the three kings will come to each home laden with gifts. At our boutique hotel in Barcelona centre we encourage you not to miss this event, as exciting for adults as it is for kids.

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