Praveen Yadav | Nov 14, 2021 | 0
Barcelona – @marcnytz
“That modern apology for a romantic Eastern port.“
Barcelona is the capital and largest city of Catalonia and Spain’s second-largest city, the population of over one and a half million people. It is the city of the football club FC Barcelona. It is Spain’s major Mediterranean port and commercial center and is famed for its individuality, cultural interest, and physical beauty with a remarkable history. It abounds with archives, libraries, museums, and buildings of interest, featuring superb examples of modernist and Art Nouveau décor and architecture. In 1992, Barcelona gained international recognition by hosting the Olympic Games which brought a massive upturn in its tourism industry.
The city’s cosmopolitan international vibe makes it a favorite city for many people and is known for its architecture and art. Barcelona’s architectural treasures span 2000-plus years. Towering temple columns, ancient city walls and subterranean stone corridors provide a window into Roman-era Barcino. Fast forward a thousand years or so to the Middle Ages by taking a stroll through the shadowy lanes of the Gothic quarter, past tranquil plazas and soaring 14th-century cathedrals. In other parts of town bloom the sculptural masterpieces of Modernisme, a mix of ingenious and whimsical creations by Gaudí and his Catalan architectural contemporaries. Barcelona has also long inspired artists, including Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró, both of whom have major Barcelona museums devoted to their works.
Bustling markets, tree lined blocks, and fantastical architecture cozy up to one another in this dreamy Mediterranean beach town. Paella and pintxos bars, exceptional seafood, standout local wines, a world-class arts scene, and bumping nightlife, Barcelona effortlessly blends the history of its districts with a healthy appetite for the new. The night holds limitless possibilities in Barcelona. Start with sunset drinks on a panoramic terrace or dig your heels in the sand at a rustic
beachside chiringuito (temporary snack bar). As darkness falls, live music transforms the city: the rapid-fire rhythms of flamenco, brassy jazz spilling out of basements, and hands-in-the-air indie-rock at vintage concert halls.
The Mediterranean climate means that Barcelona is mild even in winter, while the majority of visitors enjoy the temperatures in the city between May and October. Plan a crazy trip to Barcelona and enjoy its fame and glory in all its way. There are direct flights available from India and the official currency of Barcelona is the Euro (1 EUR= 85.32 INR). Barcelona is an enchanting seaside city with boundless culture, fabled architecture, and a world-class drinking and dining scene.
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