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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.
Pablo Hasél: Violence in Barcelona 11 days after rapper's arrest
The protests, which are supported by the far-left Podemos party, are putting strain on relations between the governing parties.
Why a rapper’s arrest has led to carnage on the streets of Barcelona
For more than a week protests have raged over the jailing of rapper Pablo Hasél, whose sentence has ignited a heated debate over freedom of expression in Spain.
Shops smashed and looted in Barcelona as Pablo Hasél protests continue
Protesters have been calling for the release of the rapper since he was arrested earlier this week, in a case that has ignited a free speech debate in Spain.
Pablo Hasel: Violence in Madrid and Barcelona over rapper's jailing
Spanish police clashed on Wednesday night with protesters in Madrid and Barcelona, as fresh demonstrations broke out over the jailing of a rapper for tweets insulting police and the monarchy.
Clashes during Spanish protests in support of rap artist Pablo Hasel
Protesters in Madrid and Barcelona clashed with police for the second night in a row on Wednesday.
Catalonia polls open under strict rules to keep voters safe from COVID
There are 5.3 million people invited to take part in the regional election today - although turnout may be affected by COVID.
Thick plume of Sahara dust causes air pollution spike in Europe
The cloud of fine sand blown northward from Algeria tinted skies red and mixed with fresh snowfall in the Alps and Pyrenees, leaving slopes looking orange.
Queen’s Gambit: Why the Netflix series was a hit for one Spanish firm
Family business Rechapados Ferrer has been inundated with orders since The Queen's Gambit was aired on Netflix.
The Silence of the Trams: Barcelona commuters hushed to stop COVID-19
"People shouting or talking on the phone can emit up to fifty times more particles," according to the Spanish National Research Council.
Lionel Messi breaks Pele’s record for most goals scored for a club
Lionel Messi scored his 644th goal for Barcelona on Tuesday, breaking Pele’s long-held record for the most goals scored for a single club.
Shoppers in Spain buy face masks as holiday gifts
The owners of UrbnMsk in Barcelona, say they are desperate to see an end to the pandemic, but believe face masks are here to stay.
Champions League draw: Neymar faces old club as PSG take on Barcelona
Champions League draw sees Neymar's PSG take on Barcelona as holders Bayern face Lazio
Climber scales 33-storey Agbar Tower in Barcelona without ropes
George King climbed the iconic Agbar Tower without the use of ropes or safety equipment.
Three men on trial for 2017 Barcelona and Cambrils terror attacks
Two men stand accused of belonging to the jihadist cell that orchestrated the attacks in the Barcelona area in August 2017, while the third defendant is accused of collaborating.
Spanish dance schools protest coronavirus restrictions
"We hope authorities can see that dancing is healthy and it is what people need," said José Luís Vivar Vargas who teaches salsa and bachata.
Watch: COVID-19 patient enjoys sea air after months in intensive care
Doctors in Barcelona are studying how a short trip out of ICU to the beachfront affects the recovery of COVID-19 patients.
Barcelona mourns the victims of the 2017 terror attacks
Sixteen people died in the attacks on Las Ramblas and in the coastal town of Cambrils.
COVID-19: Is European football in crisis?
Even mighty FC Barcelona has had to implement a 70 percent wage cut during the suspension of La Liga as clubs across Europe battle with an economic downturn in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.