City with a wide soul
Travel to Barcelona
Travel to Barcelona
For the first time, stepping on Catalan land, without the slightest hesitation, you realize that you will definitely come back here again. This is due to the heady cocktail from the festive emotional atmosphere (yes, the Spaniards are champions in the number of celebrated holidays), hospitality, the sun, the sea, beautiful architecture, delicious food, cultural life, art, cool shopping and, in general, a lot of entertainment both for adults and for children.
You have to travel to Barcelona at list ones in your life. There is everything for a good rest. The only thing I will not particularly advise you is to fly to Barcelona out of season. The coolest months to relax are June, July, August and September. Because of my great love for this city, I flew there a several times on Easter holidays and in the winter months for the weekend. So, in the autumn, winter, and spring months – this is the same metropolis as all the others. A special movement begins here in early June when the air temperature rises to 30 – 35 degrees.
This article about Barcelona is just an introduction, lets say – an introductory course. I will return to specific places in this city regularly in my articles. Once, a friend of mine told me, asking again, where did I go to have a summer vacation with my family, knowing in advance my answer: – “It’s time for you to write a guide around Barcelona! “. And at that moment I seriously thought, no, not about writing a guide 😊, but about creating a blog in which everyone could find something useful and interesting for themselves. But about communications – a little later …
Let us return to this beautiful Catalan creation, comfortably located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. I’ll tell you – the climate here is wonderful. Barcelona is not as hot as the south of Spain, and at the same time comfortable enough to spend a significant part of the day on the beach or by the pool. Forget the vanity. Nobody is in a hurry here. Siesta for the Spaniards and Catalans is a holy thing. A noticeable revival in the city begins in the late afternoon, after the heat drops (in late July and throughout August, the air temperature can reach 40 – 45 degrees).
And starting from this time, you can, no, you simply must, plunge into the atmosphere of the evening – night life, since from that moment, local, and for the most part tourists, go out on the street filling these very streets, numerous bars and cafe, with its noisy presence. In Barcelona, no one is staying at home.
I will tell you about the many places I have been visited in subsequent articles.
To be continued…