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. Read More
If you are making a plan to tour Spain, don’t miss out on the International Museum Day in Barcelona. Your tour itinerary must include the thrilling and zestful expedition of the city of Barcelona. It is full of history, tradition, culture, attractions, and wonderful museums. Read More
If you are making a plan to tour Spain, never miss visiting the Mercat Santa Caterina and its neighborhood. If you are at the Barcelona Cathedral, you can view a brightly colored and oscillated roof, fascinating like insects to striking and beautiful flowers. This is the Mercat Santa Caterina, a food market. You would find a manifestation of a vibrant and treasure trove in the form of distinct stalls and magnificent buildings there. Read More
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. Read More
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.
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.
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.
Barcelona is a destination worth visiting any time of year, but on New Year’s Eve it becomes almost obligatory. The whole city gets involved in the New Year’s celebrations, so it’s a great place to welcome in 2021. We at Casa Vaganto encourage you to join these special celebrations and come make yourself at home with us. If you’re considering celebrating New Year’s Eve in Barcelona, here are a few ideas so you don’t miss a thing on this amazing night.
It seems like Christmas comes earlier every year. Stores put up decorations and offer all sorts of delicacies. Then comes the decorations and the lights, and before we know it we’re in the middle of the Christmas season. In Barcelona, the Christmas season is celebrated very enthusiastically. The city prepares for the most magical time of the year at full steam. Markets, lit-up streets, activities for the whole family…it’s a time to enjoy together! Are you planning to visit Barcelona during these dates? You’ll fall in love with this Christmas side of the city while you stay in our boutique hotel in Barcelona centre.
In the middle of the Barrio Gótico, you’ll find one of the most beautiful churches in Barcelona, and one that is not as well known: the Basílica de Santa María del Pi. It includes several spaces that are worth a trip, including the bell tower, the garden, and the crypt. During your stay with us at our boutique hotel near Ciutat Vella, you’ll have the chance to visit this and many other attractions in the capital city.