February might be the off-season for tourism in Barcelona, as it is still quite chilly here. Don’t get thrown off by this though, this month is full of traditional events, festivals and activities (far better than the cheesy Valentine’s day!), and keeping in mind the friendlier accommodation and flight prices, it is well worth visiting and celebrating the end of winter here!
The beginning of a new year. Most European cities calm down as the festive season is over and so many of us fall into the January blues… Do you know what’s the best way to get over them? Get away from the daily life! And let me tell you something – contrary to the rest of Europe – Barcelona is super lively in January – full of festivities, events and things to do & see!
As soon as December comes, the Christmas mood (or should I say craze?) takes over Barcelona as almost any other city in the world. With all the Christmas-y activities, events, decorations, feeling festive is an easy task. After all, it’s the most wonderful time of the year, isn’t it? Yes, the time when Christmas songs lyrics take over…
November… The end of the season, the month of true autumn with daytime temperatures as high as 17°C and as low as 8°C might not sound very inviting and Spanish-like, but it sure does have plenty of advantages and events to attract you there!