traditions

Sunday + Midday + Barcelona = Vermut

In Catalonia, the word Vermouth means much more than“an aromatized wine flavored with various botanicals”. […]

The Snail Festival in Lleida

Have you ever eaten snails? We reckon is not a very popular delicacy in some […]

Easter Week in Catalonia: Passion and Processions

For Roman Catholics, Easter Week is the time for remembering and honoring the Life, Death […]

Crema Catalana: our most typical dessert

Visiting Catalonia and not trying Crema Catalana is like going to Austria and not tasting […]

Romesco: the Sauce of Calçots

If it is March, we are in the middle of Calçots season in Catalonia. Yes, […]

Santa Eulàlia: Barcelona’s Winter Festival

Next Friday, February 12th, we honor Saint Eulàlia who, along with Mercè, is one of […]

Carnestoltes or the Catalan Carnival

Counting 40 days back from Palm Sunday, it occurs that next Thursday February 4th is […]

Christmas Traditions: El Pessebre

Another Christmas tradition which is still very popular and widely practiced in Catalonia is the […]

Christmas Traditions: Els Pastorets

Poor Joseph and pregnant Mary wander in the woods looking for a shelter. An Angel […]

Mushroom Hunting: a Catalan Tradition in the Fall

The late summer rains mark the end of the warm season, but also the beginning […]

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