Monday, 3 July 2017

Things to do in Barcelona, Spain


Barcelona has incredible sightseeing routes. From Gaudi's architecture to the natural mediterranean landscape. There's something for everyone here, for sports lovers the Camp Nou, for art lovers amazing museums, for budget travelers lots of free things all year round. It's impossible not to enjoy Barcelona.


Magic Montjuic Fountains, from Friday to Sunday (oct-apr) from 7pm to 9pm. Free outstanding show. Rent a bike and ride along the beach. Festes de Gracia in August is a must-sense! Local festivities such as Sant Jordi and La Merce are quite big parties around town, with beautiful unusual activities that can easily be enjoyed by travelers. Santa Lucia Christmas Market in front of the Cathedral.

Where to Eat in Barcelona

Not very catalan but good food around if you go to Arepería La Taguara in El Born neighborhood,inside the gothic quartier, although it's venezuelan traditional food, it's definitely not on the city guides and for some reason I can't explain, you'll love it too! Haven't found another like these on my travels so worth a try.

Markets and Shopping in Barcelona

Food markets are one of the best things to do in Barcelona! La Boqueria is the touristy one but is a nice place to admire and get the senses go active. Not on a budget but just watching and smelling is free. Then, there are local markets such as Mercat de L'Abaceria in Gracia, located in a quite unique old building.

Best Time of Year to Visit Barcelona

Barcelona is a very weather-friendly city. Summer is not extremely hot or winter not extremely cold. Of course, best seasons would be intermediate temperatures, such as April-June and September-November. Few rainy days throughout the whole year and even in winter you get sunny days with deep blue skies.

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