in-cosmetics Global Barcelona is an annual trade show and exhibition focused on the personal care and cosmetic industry. It brings together cosmetic and personal care manufacturers, suppliers, formulators, and consultants from all over the world. The event provides a platform for attendees to showcase their latest products, technologies, and trends in the cosmetic industry. In-cosmetics Global Barcelona also features educational seminars, workshops, and presentations by leading experts in the field, which offer insights into the latest developments in the industry. The event aims to help attendees stay up-to-date with the latest trends, network with industry professionals, and gain new business opportunities.
The World Mobile Congress (WMC) in Barcelona is an annual global event that focuses on the mobile and telecommunications industries. It is organized by the GSMA (Groupe Spéciale Mobile Association), a trade association representing mobile network operators, mobile device manufacturers, and other companies in the mobile ecosystem.
The World Mobile Congress is considered the world's largest mobile industry event, and it brings together leading mobile operators, device manufacturers, technology providers, and industry experts from around the world to showcase new products and services, discuss current and future industry trends, and network with industry peers.
The event includes keynote speeches, panel discussions, and presentations by leading experts in the mobile industry. It also features exhibitions, demonstrations, and showcases of new mobile devices, technologies, and services.
The World Mobile Congress has been held in Barcelona, Spain since 2006 and attracts over 100,000 visitors each year.
The Santa Eulàlia Festival is a traditional festival celebrated in the city of Barcelona, Spain, in honor of the patron saint of the city, Santa Eulàlia. The festival usually takes place in mid-February and is one of the most important cultural events in Barcelona, attracting large crowds of visitors and locals alike.
The festival features a range of activities, including parades, music, dance, and traditional games. One of the main highlights of the festival is the human tower building competition, in which teams of people build towering structures using only their bodies.
The Santa Eulàlia Festival is a celebration of Catalan culture and history, and it is a unique opportunity for visitors to experience the vibrant and dynamic spirit of Barcelona. Whether you're interested in local traditions, music, or just want to join in the fun, the Santa Eulàlia Festival is an event not to be missed.
ITMA - is the largest textile expo in the world, this time held in Barcelona between June 20 and 26th, with more than 120 000 visitors in town. It happens once in 4 years. Iberica Travel is one of the official DMC and incoming operator partners for this event, gladly serving its customers.
Formula 1 is coming to Barcelona Again. From May 11 to May 13 (with the main event on May 13, Sunday), come and enjoy fastest cars and best driver in the world. Show must go on!
Winter is coming… but we have a solution for you: why don’t you stay Hot & Spicy at the next Eat Street edition? You can spend 11 hours finding out what the world HOT really means: chilli, bell peppers, tabasco and much more. If you are not a fan of spicy food don’t worry! You will also find soups and stews to stay warm. Enjoy dishes from various countries including Peru, India, Malaysia and Mexico.
If you have kids bring them along! There is an area for them to play as well as live music and street art. This event takes place at Nau Bostik on Saturday 11 of November and it starts at 12 pm.
This year will be the 23rd edition of Barcelona Manga Fair. This massive annual event will take place this year between 1st of November and 5th of November 2017 at the Fira Barcelona Montjuïc. It is expected to attract over 100,000 manga lovers. You will find food trucks, Japanese restaurants, cooking shows and workshops. The big stage will be the venue for the cosplay contests, the exhibitions of Asian dances, live music performances and many other activities. In addition to that there is conference room, a Nintendo videogame area and several exhibitions. You can also find workshops about kimono and the tea and mediation room. You can bring your kids along with you because there is a children’s area and a lot of people with cool costumes that they will with no doubt love.
If you love manga and the Japanese culture or if you are just curious you shouldn’t miss this event!
On the first of November, long before Halloween even existed, Catalans celebrated la castanyada, which comes from an ancient celebration that used to honor the dead. During this festivity you can eat castanyes, chestnuts in Catalan, as well as "panellets", a typical Catalan pastry done for this date. Panellets are small cakes in different shapes, normally round and made mainly of marzipan (almonds and sugar paste). They come from the 18th century and they were used as blessed food for religious celebrations. In addition to chestnuts and cakes the celebration consists in eating roasted boniatos (sweet potatoes) and drinking moscatell – a variety of sweet wine that comes from the muscatel ripe grapes.