People in Spain take every opportunity to have a nice party, whether it be religion, the start of a new season or a specific historical event, there will be music, food and drinks involved. Most of the official holidays in Barcelona are related to religion and celebrated in all of Spain. Each municipality is allowed to have a maximum of 14 public holidays per year, of which at least two are chosen locally. Among the holidays celebrated all throughout Spain you will find New years Day, Epiphany, Easter, Labour Day and Fiesta Nacional de Espana.
Often those holidays are celebrated with close family and great local food. It also means that shops might be closed and that restaurants have limited opening hours.
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