Spring in Barcelona is just gorgeous. Many travelers consider it as the best time to visit the colorful city. The temperature is not too hot and is perfect for all outdoor activities. Spring here has an average temperature between 55º F and 79º F (13º C and 26º C). It is, thus, not surprising that spring is a flourishing tourist season in this Catalonian city. Here are some things to do during the spring season:
Discover the city by guided bike tours
Guided bike tours of the city will allow you to discover Barcelona in a comforting, leisurely fashion. A bike tour through the city’s squares and streets will lead you to La Rambla, Old Port, Columbus Monument, Olympic Marina, Barceloneta, Passeig de Gràcia, Sagrada Família, and the old town. During each stop, the tour guide talks about the history of a certain landmark or area, or for tourists to take photographs.
Know the city’s history with Arqueoticket
Take a journey through the rich history of Barcelona. Arqueoticket will give you the answers to the questions you might have about the city. This multi-ticket will give you free entry to 5 popular museums in the city with archaeological collections: Museu d’Aqueologia de Catalunya, Museu Barbier-Mueller d’Art Precolombí de Barcelona, Museu Egipci de Barcelona, Museu d’Història de la Ciutat de Barcelona, and Museu Marítim de Barcelona.
Do not miss Montserrat
Montserrat offers a rich and varied landscape. A guided tour of the mountain will give you an experience of a lifetime. Here, you will see a unique natural park and the Benedictine monastery of Montserrat. You will also visit the site of the shrine dedicated to a Black Madonna, the Virgin of Montserrat. The Black Madonna is Catalonia’s patron saint.
Follow Pablo Picasso’s footsteps through a guided walk tour. Find more about the life and work of this genius man through the interesting explanations of professional tour guides. Discover Picasso’s work by visiting the Museu Picasso, which honors his genius. The Museu Picasso is one of Barcelona’s most visited museums.
Fall in love with the Spanish guitar
Even if you are not a guitar fan, you will fall in love with the Spanish guitar. Your spring in Barcelona will not be complete without attending a Spanish guitar concert. Some of the most important architecture host a season of music that features the best in the Spanish guitar repertoire.