Every March, Barcelonians celebrate Sant Medir by holding parades through the streets and throwing candy to the children. But who is Sant Medir and why is he celebrated? In the […]
Check out our photos from the Santa Eulàlia Festival! Click on the thumbnails to enlarge the images. Photos by ISABEL TROYA Check out @carrersbcn‘s photos on Instagram!
As we mentioned in our previous story, the origin of the “Man of Noses” comes from L’Arbre dels Nassos (“Tree of Noses”). The legend of the tree is an interesting one, […]
There’s a man of Catalan myth and legend that has children around Catalonia eager to spot him on New Year’s Eve. The story, as parents tell it, is that this […]
Crap! There’s no politically correct, or delicate, way to begin this story. To put it bluntly, Catalans simply love crap, as we have mentioned before, and this fascination with crapping […]
Christmas time is here, which means, for people living in Barcelona, it’s time to bring out the Catalan Christmas traditions. If you happen to visit the Mercat de Santa Llúcia, […]