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Barcelona”s best food and drink

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Barcelona”s best food and drink will be under public scrutiny at the Catalan Wine and Cava Show between September 17th and 24th.

The annual festival is held in the town of Maremagnum, and wines from across the region will be on show to tie in with the grape harvest.

More than 400 wine producers from Catalonia and Alt Penedes will have stalls set up at the show. A host of different businesses from all over the wine industry gather to compare and contrast their produce.

Cava is key to the show, as the dry and yeasty-flavoured beverage originates from Sab Sadurni de Noya, only 30 kilometres from the city of Barcelona, and many consider the wine to be better than champagne.

The show consists of a wide range of traditional producers and is worth a visit for anyone who may be holidaying in the region in late September.

The grape harvest is in fact becoming earlier each year as the effects of global warming cause the crop to ripen earlier than ever before.

Wonderful Gaudi architecture and a cosmopolitan atmosphere have made Barcelona Spain”s most popular city.
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Barcelona”s best food and drink

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Barcelona”s best food and drink will be under public scrutiny at the Catalan Wine and Cava Show between September 17th and 24th.

The annual festival is held in the town of Maremagnum, and wines from across the region will be on show to tie in with the grape harvest.

More than 400 wine producers from Catalonia and Alt Penedes will have stalls set up at the show. A host of different businesses from all over the wine industry gather to compare and contrast their produce.

Cava is key to the show, as the dry and yeasty-flavoured beverage originates from Sab Sadurni de Noya, only 30 kilometres from the city of Barcelona, and many consider the wine to be better than champagne.

The show consists of a wide range of traditional producers and is worth a visit for anyone who may be holidaying in the region in late September.

The grape harvest is in fact becoming earlier each year as the effects of global warming cause the crop to ripen earlier than ever before.

Wonderful Gaudi architecture and a cosmopolitan atmosphere have made Barcelona Spain”s most popular city.
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Barcelona”s best food and drink

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Barcelona”s best food and drink will be under public scrutiny at the Catalan Wine and Cava Show between September 17th and 24th.

The annual festival is held in the town of Maremagnum, and wines from across the region will be on show to tie in with the grape harvest.

More than 400 wine producers from Catalonia and Alt Penedes will have stalls set up at the show. A host of different businesses from all over the wine industry gather to compare and contrast their produce.

Cava is key to the show, as the dry and yeasty-flavoured beverage originates from Sab Sadurni de Noya, only 30 kilometres from the city of Barcelona, and many consider the wine to be better than champagne.

The show consists of a wide range of traditional producers and is worth a visit for anyone who may be holidaying in the region in late September.

The grape harvest is in fact becoming earlier each year as the effects of global warming cause the crop to ripen earlier than ever before.

Wonderful Gaudi architecture and a cosmopolitan atmosphere have made Barcelona Spain”s most popular city.
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La Festa de Major in Barcelona

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People from the neighbourhood of Gracia pour into the streets during the festivalFrom August 15th until 21st, the Festa de Major (Feast of the Assumption) takes places in the Gracia area of Barcelona.

This week-long event is one of the biggest neighbourhood festivals in the city and is basically one big street party.

One of the most popular events during the Festa de Major is the Tabalada Infernal, the drum parade, where drummers show off their skills around Gracia, beating away at their instruments.

Filled with colourful decorations and floral art, streets compete against each other to win the Best Street Decoration award.

In addition, there is plenty of food and drink, music and dance, games, theatre, fireworks and other activities that make this celebration an experience to remember.

Gracia is a district (barrio) of Barcelona, and is located north of the Old City just one km out of the city centre.

To get there, take the line three on the Metro to Fontana, or if you”re using Catalan Railway, take the train to Gracia station.

Barcelona – Wonderful Gaudi architecture and a cosmopolitan atmosphere have made Barcelona Spain”s most popular city.

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