Barcelona, the city that doesn’t sleep

Barcelona, ​​I could speak a lot, a place of the arts, the constructions reflecting the architectural avant-garde.
Beach, mountains, modern clubs, football, museums ??? If yes, stop thinking and the next holiday destination must be Barcelona.

Located on the Mediterranean Coast, the capital of Catalonia that’s Barcelona. After Madrid, is the second largest with a population of about 1.6 million.
As well as tourist attractions are a lot of places to visit. As I mentioned in the title, is the city that doesn’t sleep, being full of people from early morning to evening late.
The historical center of the city stretches over a flat area while the hills surround the new and modern city.

Lea Ramblas is the most famous and great boulevard going from the city center to the water front. Full of restaurants and cafes, shops, stalls, street artists, florists, bird vendors can also see the La Boqueria food market and Plaça Reial Square with incredible palm trees. The prestigious El Liceu Opera House is not out of date, as it is also seen from the Les Ramblas Boulevard.

Sagrada Família can not be missed. An immense church, started the construction in 1882 but unfortunately works on it today. Why ?? Is not funded from public money, the budget being just donations and receipts from entry tickets.

There are plenty of tours in Barcelona around the city with important stops for visiting. I recommend red bus with 2 floors and open top. If you get a seat on the 2nd floor, you can enjoy the whole city’s view and beauty, making plenty of pictures, and the breeze of the wind to jump into your rebellious hair.

Climate, well if you want to stay at the beach you have to choose a summer season. With a Mediterranean climate and with high temperatures up to 30 degrees in summer, in winter you may have snow and autumn is usually very rainy.

4 Replies to “Barcelona, the city that doesn’t sleep”

  1. very interesting information! Thank you!

  2. very interesting information! Thank you!

  3. very interesting information! Thank you!

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