A must for anyone who loves classic cars, the Barcelona-Sitges International Vintage Car Rallye is back. Some 60 cars that date from 1927 and earlier participate in this 'race' (it's more about impressive looks than speed) that starts out from Plaça de Sant Jaume in Barcelona and heads down to Sitges. The oldest moving show of its kind, it's been held every year since 1959, and now's your chance to get a close look at the cars when they're on display at the L'Illa Diagonal shopping centre on Saturday March 16 (10am-5.30pm) and Sunday March 17 (8.30am-10am). Car owners/drivers get into the spirit by dressing up in period garb, and the cars head out on Sunday the 17th at 10.30am to Plaça de Sant Jaume, where they'll dip into a chocolate feast at the City Hall. At 11am the caravan of vintage vehicles sets off with the oldest cars out front. They'll parade along several streets in Barcelona including Ferran, La Rambla, Av. Paral·lel and Gran Vía, and pass through towns like Baix Llobregat and Garraf before arriving in Sitges.