Barcelona is, among many other things, a city of festivals. Every year, the Catalan capital hosts events of all kinds that attract thousands of visitors: Barcelona Poesia (Barcelona Poeatry) in May, Sónar in June, the Grec Festival in July or the International Jazz Festival in October.
Spending Easter in Barcelona can be a great idea. Since it takes place on the beginning of spring, between March 25 and April 2, the weather on Easter week is already quite mild (especially for anyone from the UK or any northern country). But what makes the visit even more exciting, is that you will be able to discover some of the Catalan and Spanish traditions for what's known as the Holly Week.
Mobile World Congress (MWC) is held once a year in Barcelona (since 2005 and until 2023) and it is one of the most important events that the city hosts. It is the world's largest convention for the mobile industry and every year it gathers more than 100,000 attendees that are looking forward to a week of conferences, presentations, meetings and media events.
December is here! A month synonymous with more free time, Christmas lights on the streets, chilly weather, and many plans. From UMA, we want to encourage those activities that are only available during this time of year, and we have chosen the best ones so that everyone can enjoy them: adults and children, together as a family, with friends, and for all budgets. Are you in?
At the beginning of this month Sitges transforms the city streets, the avenues…and the city residents.
When the flags in the promenade village coast is filled with King Kong’s silhouettes, you know that the Sitges International Film Festival has just arrived! It is definitely one of the attractions of the autumn season, during October the 5th to the15th.
"Those who think that wine tourism is only for good wine lovers are not right". "Wine tourism is much more". We are informed at Sitges tourist office: "It gets you to know better an area, the landscapes, tours through the vineyards, getting to know their people and their stories".