Tasty tapas, a ramble through Las Ramblas, or a selfie at Sagrada Familia. Welcome to the city of Gaudi - Spain's most fantastical modernist architect. From enjoying the beach at la Barceloneta to wandering around the hills of Collserola, Barcelona has something for everyone.
Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia and has a history that dates to the Roman empire. Our city is home to roman archaeological sites, modern art from key artists such as Picasso or Miro, amazing dinning, and cocktail bars, as well as one of the most admired football stadiums of the world, the Camp Nou.
Weather is quite welcoming in October, not too cold, not too hot, and you are generally able to walk around with a light sweater. Nevertheless, it can also become quite variable, with unforeseen rains, so it is advised to check the meteorological forecast before travelling.