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Traveling to Barcelona after the lockdown – Tips and resources to prepare for your trip
How to Dress in Barcelona According to Season. Should you pack your flip flops in March? (Answer: No.)
For more details during the seasons:
Avoid the Crowds in Barcelona. What can I say, I’m American! I’m a little hypersensitive about space.
How to Avoid Pickpockets and Enjoy Barcelona. No, I’ve never been a victim of petty theft (eyeballs quickly dart to the floor).
How to Eat and Drink Like a Spaniard Yes, the dinner at 10 pm is real (tummy grumbles).
Barcelona 4-day itinerary when you can be more leisurely
Barcelona 3-day itinerary to see the important sites at a decent pace
Barcelona: 1-day itinerary when you’re pressed for time
A Complete Guide to the Best Day trips from Barcelona You think Barcelona is amazing? The region of Catalonia will is underrated. Packed with practical information like how to get there.
100+ Things To Do With Kids in Barcelona. Stop the tantrums before they start. Find out where to take the little knuckleheads. (I got kids, I can say that.) It has the Top 15 at the top!
La Casa dels Entremesos: where the giant puppets live, kids will love it.
Montserrat: the serrated mountains that are worth a day trip
Park Guell, Spain’s Most Colorful Park. I will hurt you if you don’t come here.
12 Things to Do at Ciutadella Park. Because the ducks here are starving. And I want you to feed them.
Taking a refreshing bike tour through the city with Steel Donkeys
A Kid-Friendly, Family tour in the Gothic Quarter with Runner Bean Tours
Why You Should Visit Barcelona’s Largest Flea Market, Encants Vells. Because you know you want to buy a water pitcher from 1943.
Passeig de Gracia: A Guide to the Most Expensive Avenue in Spain. This is totally where the Kardashians would shop. In spiked heels.
So, take off your shoes (not your socks, that’s gross). And relax and stick around. Then leave me a note at [email protected] if you find something useful. Chao chao!