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Christmas in Barcelona

If you are visiting Barcelona and going to be decorating the house for Christmas - particularly if you have a crib (Nativity scene), don't miss the Feria de Santa Lucia, in the square in front of the Cathedral.

November 19-December 14
World Press Photo Exhibition
The truly outstanding World Press Photo exhibition [website], at the CCCB, includes some of the breathtaking images taken by photojournalists around the world in the last year.

27 December 2008-4 January 2009
Barcelona's annual "Festival de la Infancia" trade fair (this year the 44th edition) is a great day out for kids - with basically anything you could wish the Three Kings (aka Santa) would bring you. For details, check the festival site.

For what is on in the way of classical music, opera and the like, see what's on at the Palau de la Musica and the Liceu Opera House (two places well worth visiting for their architecture, even if you are not that keen on music). Tickets for these can be obtained from ServiCaixa, see below, which also has a rather frustrating to navigate calendar of events.

Classical music is also on at the Auditori, home to Barcelona's Orquestra Simfònica de Barcelona i Nacional de Catalunya's.


Concerts coming up in Barcelona include The (International) Noise Conspiracy (Apolo, December 14); Asian Dub Foundation (Apolo, December 20); Calexico (Apolo, January 20); The Stranglers (Razzmatazz, January 28); Kaiser Chiefs (Razzmatazz, January 29); Marillion (Palau Sant Jordi, February 1; Soulfly (Apolo, February 17); The Script, (Apolo, March 2); The Sisters of Mercy (Razzmatazz, March 12); and AC/DC (Palau Sant Jordi, March 21).



Barcelona Photo Tours

Barcelona Thru the Lens

Join us in Barcelona for a photographic adventure in one of the most vibrant cities in Europe. A bustling contemporary metropolis filled with friendly people who have a passion for life. Barcelona is a city where people live outdoors. As you walk down Paseo de Gracia and Las Ramblas to Plaza Catalunya, you will photograph street performers, pet sellers, strolling locals and tourists.

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Casa Mila
Medieval Remains
Market Fruit Stall
Tapas Counter

Nights Tours in Barcelona

Barcelona doesn’t sleep at night... You can hear every style of music: all kinds of electronic music for the youngest clubbers, and jazz and Latin rhythms for all ages. Barcelona attracts the world’s top DJs who play the best dance grooves throughout the night at the discotheques around the city.

Visit the Port Vell area, the Maremagnum is the star of the night and offers a whole world of fun with its plethora of shops, restaurants and bars. Or the nearby La Ribera, located between the Parc de la Ciutadella and the end of the Via Laietana, is one of the city’s most charismatic districts imbued with a certain bohemian atmosphere. All kinds of premises have opened here: night-time bars, shops, restaurants, some of them serving the most contemporary cuisine, and cocktail bars.

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Flamenco Dancer and Guitarist

Flamenco Show

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Feel the passion of the flamenco and the delicious heat of Andalusian cuisine on a night out in Barcelona to remember! You'll dine on typical fare from Andalusia and watch a dynamic flamenco show in classic Spanish surroundings..

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Andalusian Dinner and Flamenco Show in Barcelona

Duration: 6hrs

Cost: $91.00 pp

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The accompanying flamenco show reveals the variety of music, singing and dancing incorporated in this passionate art form. Improvisation is a key element of flamenco, with each artist individually interpreting the rhythm and communicating the beat to the other players. Communication between the artists and audience is also an important part of the performance. One of the highlights of the night is the emotive midnight prayer, "Salve Rociera".

The accompanying dinner menu is a tasty sampling of typical Andalusian dishes, including:
Toasted bread with tomatoe
Assortment of cold cuts (Serrano ham, cheeses, sausages)
Campina salad
Mixed seafood or seafood paella
Water, waccompanyingine or cold sangria

Boquerina Market Tapas

Tapas Tour

Scheduled 2hr Group Tour

Combine gourmet food and Catalan culture on a pre-dinner walking tour of Barcelona's famous tapas bars. It's a great way to begin your visit of Barcelona – not only do you get an overview of this fabulous city, you also learn how to order tapas (bar snacks) and discover some of the best bars and cafes Barcelona has to offer.

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Tapas Evening Walking Tour of Barcelona

Duration: 21/2 - 3hrs

Cost: $69.00 pp

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Your tapas walking tour of Barcelona begins at a restaurant offering a wide selection of local, delectable tapas. Here you will enjoy three tapas with a glass of wine or beer, while your food and wine guide provides insights into the flavors of the wine, the cuisine and Spanish culture.

From here your guide will lead you to Barcelona's most famous street, La Rambla, with its bird cages, tapas bars and local restaurants. On your stroll down La Rambla you will make a detour to La Boqueria, the city's famous food market which offers an array of fresh produce including fruit and vegetables, live seafood, cheeses and every type of meat imaginable.

You'll continue to the Gothic Quarter, where you will discover the architecture, atmosphere, language and gastronomy that are unique to Spain, and some of the gourmet shops which are over 100 years old.

Your last stop will be at a Basque bar in a historic 14th-century building, an ideal spot to take a break on your trip through the Gothic Quarter. Here three tasty tapas and a glass of wine, beer or cider will be waiting for you.

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