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An open mic night

An open mic is a show that takes place in entertainment establishments. Some bars, pubs or cafeterias usually offer a small space, setting up a stage for the show. The host of the open mic...

Merry Christmas!

This last Saturday the Linguaschools Barcelona team, sadly with a couple of absences, celebrated Christmas together. First, we played a bingo at a bar and afterwards we had delicious dinner at a Lebanese restaurant. After...

A day to discover Dalí

As you may know, Dalí was a magnificent Spanish painter. Although the part of the immense prestige and popularity that he enjoyed in life was due to his bizarre and staged eccentricities, Salvador Dalí succeeded...

NEW evening Spanish courses in Barcelona – starting January 2023

Are you living, or planning to live, in Barcelona and think you still have some time and energy left after work, internship or (Erasmus) studies? Make your time worthwhile and come learn Spanish with...

Churros con chocolate

"Churros con chocolate" is a typical sweet dish of the Spanish gastronomy. Well, they taste sooo good that today they have spread to many countries like Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Mexico and Venezuela. No surprise:...

Feliz castañada!

As you may know, in many countries on October the 31st people celebrate Halloween, which in Cataluña is… La castañada! During that day, families and friends gather together to eat chestnuts, sweets made of marzipan (called...

We go treasure hunting!

Last Friday we had such a funny afternoon after Spanish classes! We participated in a Treasure Hunt in Spanish and English to discover places in Barcelona where some movies have been filmed. We met at the...

A night to remember

Saying goodbye to a fantastic summer has never been easy... So last Friday we enjoyed one the one of the last September nights and make a special occasion out of it. We decided to walk...

A night with flamenco

Flamenco is an Andalusian art that integrates dance, singing and guitar music. Known for its great emotional intensity, flamenco is distinguished by its graceful arm movements, fierce footwork, deep wails and guitar strums. Originally from...

Pinchos night

Pintxos are similar to tapas, although generally smaller. The name “pincho” comes from the Spanish verb “pinchar” (to poke) because historically pintxos used to be served on a piece of bread and crossed (“pinchados”)...