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New Year’s Eve in Barcelona

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New Year in Barcelona

New Year in Barcelona

If you have no plans for new year’s eve 2010, to travel to Barcelona is a great option to consider.

If you decide to spend New Year’s Eve in Barcelona, it is important to know thta this i a city where people usually meet with their families and/or friends to have dinner until midnight. At midnight, it is populat to follow a spanish tradition that is to eat 12 grapes when the clock strokes 12, and also make a toast with “cava” (sparkling wine wine from Catalonia, similar to champagne).

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