Saint Lucia's Fair is a Christmas Mark which its earliest memories are from 1786 and has ever since been sharing with us the city christmas spirit with its cute stalls filled with presents, logs (popular Catalan tradition - Caga Tió - in which we ask a log to poo gifts for us) and manger figures. It as a popular place to visit for all the locals on this beautiful season and where you can buy all the latest Christmas house decorations.
Afterwards, when we were already so weary of all the people, we managed to get out of the busy place and we when uptown through Portal del Àngel and then later to the famous Las Ramblas. They were gorgeous at night with the lights and the Christmas decorations, but somehow again, full of people. Anyway, we kept walking and having a nice family time. Later, when hunger started to approach us, we bought some Argentinian 'empanadas' (blog post later on) at some lost street and headed back home - bumping a dear friend in the way! So that was the end of my beautiful christmas walk in Barcelona.
By the way, as we had gone all the way there, I also used my time to shoot a tiny video so you can see how the atmosphere and the lights and the people was (you can see it at the end of the post).