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Celebrate Fiesta de Gràciain Barcelona, Spain

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Find out what the residents of the Gracia district are ready for in order to win at the street competition. This happens only once a year.
How to celebrate Fiesta de Gràcia in Barcelona
Every summer, residents of the bohemian Gracia district put aside all the things to prepare their street for fiesta.

Gracia Fiesta
Photo: © Jose Maria

The street can be decorated in different ways: wild West, cabaret, Star Wars. The scenery is mostly household rubbish - plastic bottles, spare parts, kitchen utensils and so on.

Gracia Fiesta
Photo: © Sandra Cava

A must-have attribute on each street is the bar, where you can buy beer or sangria for a reasonable price. They work until the morning. Pop into here with the onset of darkness and you will see how the unrestrained fun of Gracia Holiday "is gaining momentum."

How to do?

1. Walk through each street in the Gracia area, and pop into the bars.

Gracia Fiesta
Photo: © Sara Ruiz

2. Choose, where it's the most fun for you and stay here until dawn :-)

Where to do?

#6Gracia Quarter in BarcelonaGracia Quarter

The youth quarter in Barcelona, mostly populated by the bohemian, every summer becomes a carnival and bright scenery place for the week.

Location: Gracia Quarter
Open hours: Round the clock

When to do?

Annualy in the mid August.
In 2017 it will be held from August, 15 to August, 21.

How much?

A jar of beer - €1.

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