On special dates and occasions, such as Christmas and New Year's Eve, everyone loves to gather around a table full of delicious food to share and enjoy it with their loved ones. Gastronomy is a big part of most traditions and holidays, and this is of course the case for Christmas in Barcelona.
There is a very popular opinion according to which autumn is the best time to visit the city, especially since there are fewer people and the climate, while not hot, is still quite pleasant. We will not affirm or deny this (partly because it really depends on the preferences of each one), but we will explain some of the many things you can do in the Catalan capital in this season of the year.
It is a fact that visiting Barcelona means visiting a city that will always offer something to do and something to see. But it's also possible that you want to go a little further during your stay and visit other cities, small towns or nearby natural areas, especially if you are here for several days or if you are not that much into big cities.
A lot of great things start with a “once upon a time”, and this is also de case for the celebration of Sant Jordi in Catalonia (Saint George in English). Every April 23, from the biggest cities to the smallest towns are filled with roses, books and lovers, that stroll around in the search of the best present for their significant other, which tradition says it has to be a book and/or a rose.
A lot has been said about honest cooking in recent years but there are still many people who don't know what this – once abstract - concept means. It is much simpler than it seems and, in fact, it is all about this, about simplicity.
This week we will be visited by 4 musicians who share youth, dynamism, talent and good reviews. On Thursday we will have the pianist Victor Martínez with the singer Claudia Steccato. And on Saturday, a ration of good jazz served by Manel Fortià to the double bass and Marco Mezquida to the piano.
This Thursday we will have Jazz in the Zinc Bar with Manel Fortià to the double bass and Elisabet Raspall to the piano, a duo of height. On Saturday we will have versions of known songs but reinterpreted with Playman to the piano and Alex Rodriguez to the cello.
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Check out from your room up to one hour later, until 1 pm.
Free Minibar during your stay
Enjoy a cup of tea, coffee, or other beverage with some pastries mid-afternoon.