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Christmas 2013 in Barcelona

Christmas 2013 in Barcelona

The Christmas 2013 in Barcelona sees the return of BarGelona, the ice rink in Plaça de Catalunya, the biggest facility of its kind in Europe.
It offers you a full programme of activities, including exhibitions and short beginners courses in ice sports. Enjoy ice skating in Plaça de Catalunya!

The Christmas spirit comes to Barcelona, and in addition to the traditional Christmas activities the 30th of November sees the arrival of “El Seguici”. This is a magical figure which, to the accompaniment of a court of musicians with traditional Catalan instruments, brings Christmas to the city. From the 30th of November to the 4th of January, the parade which accompanies the Spirit will fill the streets of the city with dance, music and fantasy on seven separate occasions.

Christmas holiday in Barcelona


The first of these is on Saturday the 30th of November, on which date the Spirit appears in the Born Centre Cultural to join forces with the tercentenary celebrations. The guest of honour on this occasion will be the Mlt. Hon. Jordi Pujol, who will present the Spirit with the city’s Christmas Staff, an event which will be followed by a parade by “El Seguici” through the streets of the Ciutat Vella district singing Christmas carols and traditional Catalan songs. Along its route, the Spirit will inaugurate a number of Christmas Mangers, such as that installed on the Plaza Sant Jaume or in the Casa dels Entremesos, where it will pronounce an inaugural Christmas address and turn on the lights of the façade of the building.

The Spirit’s Seguici, or Procession, will continue to regale the city with fantasy on the Saturdays of the 7th, 14th, 21st, 22nd (on this occasion in the morning) and 28th of December as well as the 4th of January.

Apart from El Seguici, Christmas in Barcelona will include, as usual, activities such as the Santa Llúcia market with its resident giant, activities on the 31st of December relating to the Hombre de la Nassos (The Man of the Noses) and a variety of street fairs located, for example, in the Sagrada Familia, the Gran Via or the Solidarity Fair in the Jardins de Salvador Espriu.

In addition, throughout the month of December the city’s markets and museums will adapt their venues and programmes to include family-oriented events, offering a series of Christmas-related activities especially designed for children as well as a number of charitable events. Look for all the Christmas 2013 in Barcelona activities in the dedicated City Hall webpage.

Barcelona is a magic city at any time of the year, but at Christmas it is even more. Its markets, the lights and the weather that is not too cold, make Barcelona the perfect destination for your Christmas holidays. Rent Top Apartments in Barcelona offers you the best solutions, with luxurious and comfortable apartments located in the center, for a holiday to remember.

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