Great ideas on fun things to do in Barcelona...
Looking for fun things to do in Barcelona? You've come to the right place.
This website provides good information on the city's major attractions and highlights so planning an itinerary to get the most out of your Barcelona vacation is easy.
There is a guide to hotels, La Ramblas, the tourist bus, tapas, flamenco and the beach at Barcelona.
Here you will find info on:
- The Top 10 Attractions
- Antoni Gaudi
- The Sagrada Familia
- Barceloneta Beach
- Museums for Picasso and Miro
- La Pedrera -- one of Gaudi's most famous buildings
- Flamenco dancing and where to find a show
- How to get around on the Tourist Bus
- La Rambla - the famous shopping district
Barcelona, Spain's second largest city, and the 2,000 year-old capital of Catalunya is a thriving port town with an excellent year-round climate, a cosmopolitan attitude, and enough art, architecture, nightlife and gastronomical delights to satisfy travelers of all ages and budgets. La Rambla bisects Barcelona"s Old Town, and is a perfect first stop for tourists looking to familiarize themselves with the city.
Barcelona has a generally mild Mediterranean climate. The average annual temperature is 68° during the day and 52° at night. In the warmest month – August, the typically temperature ranges from 77 to 88° during the day, about 68° at night. Two months – April and November – are transitional with average temperature of 63–64° during the day and 46–48° at night. December, January and February are the coldest months, with average temperatures around 57° during the day and 41°F at night. Large fluctuations in temperature are rare, particularly in summer months.