The Catalan capital is a great destination whatever the season, be it the more than mild winter, or the scorching hot summer. No matter the weather, there are always things to do in the city, and many of the famous landmarks can be visited come rain or shine.
Barcelona typically gets busy from May to September, the glorious Mediterranean sun bringing in tourists from all corners of the globe, and as many still consider the city as a beach destination, autumn and winter in Barcelona are usually a little quieter.
As the weather starts to get warmer in the city, life moves from the inside to the outside. The winter chill thaws, opening up many of the city’s parks and green spaces to those who wish to picnic outside. Many hotel rooftop terraces start to become frequented by those craving cocktails and al fresco celebrations.
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