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In this section you will find an updated list of artistic, cultural, sports, and social activities that take place in Barcelona, from basic walking tours to mad pub crawls.
 Occurrence:  2007-11-16 - 2007-11-18
 Event Type:  Exhibition
 Event Organizer:  Fira de Barcelona
 Contact Person:  Fira de Barcelona
 Country:  Spain
 Region/Province/State:  Barcelona
 Venue:  Fira de Barcelona
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 Target Participant:  Trade & General Public
 Industry Sector:  Entertainment, Media & Publishing Leisure, Travel & Tourism
 Description:  Snow Leisure Show From 16 to 18 November 2007, lovers of winter  sports and mountain-based activities have an unmissable event in  their diaries: the twentieth edition of the Nivalia-Ski Show '07 at the  Montjuïc exhibition centre.


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Fiestas :

  • Barcelona celebrates 14 official holidays a year, including all the major Catholic festivals as well as New Year's Day (1 January), Labour Day (1 May) and Spanish National Day (12 October).
  • There's plenty of dancing and a few fancy-dress parades during the 10-day Carnaval in February/March.
  • On 23 April, the Dia de Sant Jordi, also the Day of the Book, is a local festival celebrating Catalunya's patron saint.
  • The Berbena de Sant Joan (also known as La Nit del Foc, or Fire Night) kicks off midsummer celebrations on 23 June with drinking, dancing and fireworks.
  • Barcelona brims with music, dance and theatre during Festival del Grec, held from late June to August, and around 15 August the Festa Major de Gràcia sees the streets of Gràcia decorated and full of dancing and music.
  • The Festes de la Mercè, celebrated around 24 September, includes concerts, dancing, a swimming race across the harbour, and a correfoc (fire race). During the International Jazz Festival from late October through the end of November, the city finally cools with some jazz and blues.

Highlights :

Barri Gòtic , the enchanting centre of old Barcelona, is a maze of dark streets crammed with cafes and bars in medieval buildings of awesome architecture. Most of the buildings date from the 14th and 15th centuries, when Barcelona was at the height of its commercial prosperity. A masterpiece of its medieval heritage, the Barri Gòtic's catedral, is one of Spain's greatest Gothic buildings.

Gràcia is home to a combination of artists and students. There are lovely parks to enjoy during the day and at night the square becomes a popular and vivacious meeting place. Plaça del Sol is a pleasant place to sit during the day, surrounded by cafes and serene 19th-century architecture.


La Pedrera was designed by Gaudí and built between 1905 and 1910 as an apartment/office block. Formerly called the Casa Milà, it's better known as La Pedrera (the quarry) because of its uneven grey stone facade that creates a wave effect, an effect further emphasized by elaborate wrought-iron balconies.

La Rambla is a tree-lined pedestrian boulevard packed with buskers, mimes and itinerant salespeople selling everything from lottery tickets to jewellery. It's actually five separate streets where you will find an awesome variety of street shows, shops and cafes. There is a bird market on the second block of La Rambla, close to Palau de la Virreina, a grand 18th-century rococo mansion, with arts and entertainment information and a ticket office.

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