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Sagrada Familia plans put 3,000 families at risk of eviction
A dispute between local residents and the Sagrada Familia construction team has arisen from their future plan to demolish housing blocks in order to complete Gaudi's vision of the basilica.
Why are Barcelona’s rooftops being painted white?
The capital of Catalonia could be about to undergo a makeover - here’s why
The Three Kings arrive by boat to Barcelona with presents for children
The Three Kings, also called the Three Wise men, have finally arrived on Wednesday in Barcelona onboard a ship docking at the city's port. The night of January 5th is the most important and magical night of the year for thousands of children in Spain.
Barcelona striker Sergio Aguero, 33, retires from football
Aguero said he had made the difficult decision for health reasons.
Protesters march against COVID-19 health pass in Barcelona
Police said a thousand people demonstrated in Barcelona against the COVID-19 health pass in Catalonia.
Giant star lights up Barcelona as Sagrada Familia tower inaugurated
The 138-metre tower dedicated to the Virgin Mary is the tallest of the nine completed thus far and the first to be inaugurated since 1976.
Exuberant and minimalistic - a thrilling “Rigoletto” with tenor Benjamin Bernheim
Verdi’s vibrant masterpiece Rigoletto is currently being staged at the Liceu in Barcelona. Musica caught up with French tenor Benjamin Bernheim.
Five-ton star hoisted atop Barcelona's Sagrada Familia
A giant five-ton star has been hoisted atop the Sagrada Familia's new tower of the Virgin Mary, another stage in the long completion of what has been dubbed the "world's oldest building site".
Is sewage slush the key to making Barcelona's buses green?
The city of Barcelona plans to generate biomethane from sewage sludge, which its buses will then run on, as part of a greening initiative.
The Spanish inventor creating electricity from nature
"Imagine, being in the middle of a park or a street and being able to touch a plant and turn on the lights of that specific area."
Thousands protest in Barcelona against electricity price hike
Consumer prices in Spain are rising by the highest rate in almost 30 years, fueled by the soaring electricity costs on international markets.
Pro-Catalan independence protesters gather in Barcelona
During a demonstration marking the fourth anniversary of a Catalan independence referendum, around a thousand pro-Catalan independence protesters gather in Barcelona to ask for political leaders to join them to "apply what we voted for, which is the unilateral declaration of independence."
Puigdemont supporters protest his detention
Catalan independence supporters protested outside the Italian consulate in Barcelona following former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont's detention.
Why are these popular destinations saying no to tourists?
As most countries are trying to tempt back tourists, these destinations are trying to keep them out. We've find out why.
Spain remembers victims of two violent terrorist attacks in 2017
Four years ago today, a van plowed through pedestrians along Barcelona's Las Ramblas, leaving many dead and more injured.
Barcelona's debt now at '€1.35 billion', says club president
Barcelona's president Joan Laporta has presented a grim picture of the football club's financial situation, saying its debt had risen to €1.35 billion.
Spurred by the pandemic, Barcelona is embracing a car-free future
The city is doubling down on COVID-inspired moves to reclaim urban spaces from cars. Critics argue it will hurt businesses.
Konami drops contract with Antoine Griezmann over hotel video
A video posted by Griezmann's teammate Ousmane Dembélé appeared to mock the looks and language of hotel staff in Japan in 2019.
Europeans hit the clubs amid surge in Delta variant COVID-19 cases
Nightclubs and restaurants across Europe re-open and restrictions are eased despite an increase in cases of the Delta variant of the coronavirus.
Barcelona's finances holding up new Messi contract
Barcelona’s finances have made it difficult to get Lionel Messi to sign another contract, according to club president Joan Laporta.
Antoni Gaudi's iconic church in Barcelona reopens to the public
The Sagrada Familia Basilica is the most visited building in Spain, and the second most visited church in Europe.
Police break up crowds in Barcelona after state of emergency lifted
Inter-regional travel and curfews were lifted in most of Spain on May 9, leading to thousands of weekend revellers descending on public spaces in Barcelona.
‘No sign of contagion’ after 5,000 person rock concert in Barcelona
Officials said the Love of Lesbian concert held at the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona showed no signs of spreading coronavirus among the 5,000 spectators.
Gustavo Dudamel's blazing Otello takes Barcelona by storm
Verdi's tragic Otello is an enormous challenge for any conductor: from the rousing storm at the beginning to the quiet "Ave Maria" at the end. We delve into the craft of charismatic conductor Gustavo Dudamel as he inspires in Barcelona with his interpretation.
Thousands attend rock concert in Barcelona in COVID screening test
Some 5,000 people are being allowed into the venue to watch Spanish rock group Love of Lesbian after passing a same-day COVID-19 screening.
How to have a local experience in a very touristy country
Euronews journalist Marta Rodríguez shares some tips on how to get the best out of a trip to her native Spain.