Although Halloween isn't a traditional Catalan holiday, it has become increasingly popular in the last five years or so, helped in no small part by the foreign resident community who are used to dressing up, bobbing for apples and trick or treating every October 31st.
There’s plenty of gruesome goings-on for Halloween in the city this weekend, but make sure you don’t let all of the haunting happenings overshadow the traditional Catalan festival, la Castanyada. more
Not a traditional holiday in Barcelona, Halloween has become increasingly popular here in recent times. Our Family matters blogger Johanna Bailey explains why she's going all out on October 31st this year more
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From the archive: Discover Barcelona's most mysterious spots to get your thrills and chills this Halloween more
Get under the covers and discover Barcelona ghosts and ghost stories more