With the arrival of March also comes spring and a bunch of activities to do in the city of Barcelona! From cultural gems to lively festivals, there's something for every taste! Here's an exclusive agenda to guide you through the must-visit destinations of Barcelona during this month.




In Museu, an open-door event on March 2nd. Explore exclusive access to sixteen museum spaces, including restoration workshops, reserve rooms, archives, and other areas usually off-limits. 


Get acquainted with the collections, resources, and the work of professionals such as curators, restorers, and archive managers.


  1. Castillo de Montjuic
  2. Disseny Hub Barcelona
  3. El Born Centro de Cultura y Memoria
  4. Fundación Joan Miró
  5. MACBA
  6. MUHBA - Centro de Colecciones
  7. MUHBA - Plaza del Rei
  8. Museo de Ciencias Naturales de Barcelona - Castillo de los Tres Dragones
  9. Museo de Ciencias Naturales de Barcelona - Jardín Botánico
  10. Museo de la Música
  11. Museo Etnológico y de Culturas del Mundo - Sede Parc Montjuic
  12. Museo Frederic Marès
  13. Museo Marítimo de Barcelona
  14. Museo Nacional de Arte de Cataluña
  15. Museo Picasso de Barcelona
  16. Real Monasterio de Santa María de Pedralbes

The visits are free, but you'll need to sign up  in advance.


If you are curious, an art lover... the day has come for you to delve into the 'forbidden' corners of museums and discover their soul!





From March 7th to 17th, Passeig de Gràcia transforms into Passeig de Gourmets to kick off the city's gastronomic festival. Ten days to enjoy and discover the culinary talent of Barcelona's most cosmopolitan street. Renowned chefs and restaurants will participate, offering unique gastronomic experiences.


An event that brings the finest cuisine at affordable prices in a spring edition with two outstanding ambassadors: @martinberasategui and @carme.ruscalleda.


The restaurants that participate in this edition, full of flavour and seasonal gastronomy, will delight the most enthusiastic foodies of the city with very interesting proposals such as the platillo's route and the tasting menus.

Discover more here.




On March 8th, Barcelona joins the cause with the impactful March 8th Manifestation, in honor of International Women's Day. This vibrant event will start at Paseo de Gracia with Diagonal, unfolding a sea of voices until reaching the majestic Arc de Triomf.




Celebrate the arrival of spring by escaping for a few days to the charming village of Cadaqués, on the Costa Brava.  


The best thing you can do in Cadaqués is wander through its cobblestone streets and enjoy the tranquility of the sunset at the harbor.



Visiting the Salvador Dalí House-Museum in Portlligat, is also a must. Dalí settled with his partner, Gala in this area of the Costa Brava in the 1930s. They gradually built their home on former fishermen's barracks and lived happily in it until Gala's death in 1982. Booking tickets in advance is mandatory, and you can do so through this website.


Let yourself be captivated by the magic of its white streets and impressive landscapes. Every corner of Cadaqués tells a story.


Don't miss out on these incredible activities in Barcelona during the month of March and make the most of everything this vibrant city has to offer!

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