Surviving Sant Joan — Barcelona’s Craziest Festival Featured
The rattling cacophony of fireworks and bangers usually begins during the week before the official celebrations, building to a crescendo on the night of the 23rd. Don’t be unduly alarmed by what sounds like gunfire on every street corner — it’s just local kids having fun — and if they should playfully lob a few coronary-inducing firecrackers into your Metro carriage or under your taxi as you pass by then it is generally considered to be all just part of the fun.
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Friday, 22 June 2012 12:37
Always important to be careful with fireworks. Enjoy!
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