Welcome to Spain… a country brimming with lively culture, hot temperatures, colorful dancers and flavorful food, just to name a few! This is a place where your heart will beat faster, your senses will sing and you won’t even be able to see and do it all even if you had a year. When you’re in Spain you’ll have so many choices of places to visit, but if you only have a limited time, you absolutely must visit Barcelona. Why? Read on to find out.
What is this funny word? Pintxos are the Spanish word for tapas, and in Barcelona they’re some of the very best. You can pick up bite-sized Spanish tapas from any number of sidewalk cafes during the evening, enjoying a traditional drink alongside a mini pulled pork sandwich or chicken tempura.
Barcelona has so much to offer, and the beaches are at the top of the list. It’s a perfect city to visit because after you’ve gone sightseeing in the morning, you can head to the beach to relax your weary legs and cool off from the hot sun in the sparkling ocean. Don’t forget to put on your sunscreen because the rays are super strong here!
Barcelona is known the world over for its exciting nightlife scene. Here you can stay out all night exploring clubs and bars with all sorts of different vibes. If you love music and dancing, you won’t be able to get enough of the nightlife here. The energy continues all night long and it’s a great place to meet fellow travelers and partygoers.
The culture here in Barcelona feels distinctly different from the rest of Spain, making it a “must do” on your list of places to visit in the country. The language is even different from Spanish, so if you’ve already visited other spots in Spain, Barcelona will give you a different feel without even leaving the country.
Do you love to visit artistic and cultural attractions on your holiday? Barcelona has some of the most amazing architecture and museums in all of Spain. The mix of Gothic churches, renaissance palaces and a modern style combine to create a very unique architectural vibe, and you couldl spend all day exploring the art museums throughout the city.