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Land rising gently from the sea to an expanse of wooded hills forms the location for Barcelona in Spain. This city is one of the most cosmopolitan in Europe and also one of the Mediterranean's busiest and most important ports. The nightlife is busy with some of the best restaurants, bars, and clubs in the world and the daytime is packed with entertainment for tourists. You may think at a glance that Barcelona exists to primarily cater as a fun destination to visit, but it is also one of the most dynamic and business-oriented cities in the world today.
Barcelona enjoys a long and rich history, dating back to Roman times. In those ancient times, the city was a medieval trade centre that would grow and prosper into the hive of activity it is today. The variety of architecture ranging from the Gothic style to some of the more bizarre modern buildings helps to put the point across that the city is an eclectic mix of the old and new; the ancient and modern. This makes the city quite awe-inspiring, especially for those visitors who have a love of great architecture.
The city may be rich in history but it is also rich in heritage. It is the capital of Catalonia, a region in Spain that has its own language and history. Many inhabitants think of Catalonia as a separate country, though politically it is not. This influence makes Barcelona seem as if you are stepping into another world outside Spain itself, which culturally you are.
If you are thinking of booking flights to Barcelona, feel free to do so at any time as the city is an excellent all year-round destination. Barcelona is perfect for a long weekend respite or a much longer sabbatical - the choice is yours. The summer sun can be lots of fun, but the heat can be quite sweltering in August. Mid-June through September is a wonderful time of year, though you may not find as many cheap flights to Barcelona during these peak times. If you want to avoid rainfall, simply avoid the autumn and winter months.
Once you have booked your flights to Barcelona, think about what you might like to do in the city; there is always something exciting going on. Go at the right time and you can be chased down the streets by individuals dressed as fire-breathing demons or join in the fun of the parading giants; the city has great festivals. There is a festival for almost every holiday and event - most steeped in rich tradition. Attending such festivals is a great way to acquaint yourself with some of the country's culture and heritage.
If your travels take you to Barcelona in the summer, a must-see is Barceloneta Beach. Though this beach can become quite busy during peak season, it is also one of the most picturesque and fun beaches in the area. There are also plenty of water sports to enjoy during your stay ranging from kite surfing and water skiing to swimming and paddle boarding.
The Parc de La Ciutadella is located in the centre of the city. There are a number of activities for the whole family, so if you are traveling with the kids, this park is not to be missed. There is a pristine lake in the centre of the park which you can explore via rowboat or paddleboat, and with so many open spaces, the park is ideal for the kids to be let loose and run around or enjoy a simple picnic in the beautiful weather. What's really great about the park is that the Barcelona Zoo is right there, too. And you cannot go to Barcelona without visiting the zoo. The best way to get to the Barcelona Zoo is to head over to the Parc de La Ciutadella and just follow the signs, as the zoo is right inside the park. With a wide variety of animals to see, a picnic area, electric cars, ponies, and a restaurant you just can't go wrong.
For art lovers Barcelona is a fabulous place to visit. Many famous artists have lived and worked in the city, including the great Pablo Picasso. While in Barcelona, do not miss the Museu Picasso. This is Barcelona's most visited museum and is comprised of three beautiful stone mansions on the Carrer de Montcada. The museum has numerous works by Picasso spanning his long and varied career.
Before you leave the city, be sure to see the Barri Gotic, a concentration of medieval Gothic buildings just a few streets away from La Rambla. This area also happens to be the nucleus of the old Barcelona. A maze of interconnecting streets filled with squares and populated with cafes and bars, this is a truly unique section of town. Some of the buildings were constructed in the 14th century. Don't miss it.
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