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Carrer Calvet 17, Barcelona, 08021, Spain
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Weather in Barcelona

by Anil.t

Hi,

I am going to Barcelona on Tuesday 15th June. Can someone please tell me what the weather is like there. I have heard there is heavy rain :-(

Re: Weather in Barcelona

by Redang

Check: www.aemet.es/en/eltiempo/prediccion/localidades/barcelona-08001

Re: Weather in Barcelona

by leics

Or use the BBC:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/weather/forecast/42

Even if it rains a bit, at least it's warm and (probably) sunny in between!

Re: Weather in Barcelona

by Richard.GVA

I have heard there is heavy rain :-( ...LOL.
We can tell you for sure no later than Tuesday 15th....

Re: Weather in Barcelona

by Belsaita

We had heavy rain, light rain, overcast, sunny and everything in between over the last weeks. Right now is sunny and warm (22ºC)... but the forecast for this afternoon and tomorrow is rain. This is Spring here, all seasons in one day, so be prepared for any weather.... and enjoy! Bring comfortable (and water-proof) shoes, a foldable umbrella and a light jacket. But do not forget your sunglasses and suncream. You most likely will use all! ;-))

Travel Tips for Barcelona

It's a city, but don't rush it.

by lercio

Get on the tourist bus (bus touristic) to see all the major sites. Don't expect to be able to see all these sites in a couple of days. I tried and my feet regretted it. The Sagrada Familia is my favorite, what an awsome building.

Plus Cava and Paella.

Boqueria market and Ramblas

by monica_pons

If you want to know more about the Boqueria market you can read my Personal Albums about Boqueria and Ramblas.

Thank you for your visit.
Only said "thank you" to the people that work there.

"Els Mercats" - Typical catalan markets

by EmilianoCV

In every neighborhood of Barcelona and Catalunya you will have these popular markets where you will find the most fresh food, vegetables and meat, and all over household products.

The most famous one is "La Boqueria" in the Ramblas, but it is not necessary my favourite.

Gracia, Placa del Sol: a Truly Catalan Experience

by jhoolko

Slightly outside of the touristy center of the city that orbits Las Ramblas and Placa Catalunya is a neighborhood called Gracia. Take the Green Line north to Fontana and get off to experience some real Catalan culture and avoid the toursits you are bound to see and English you are bound to speak in some of the better known parts of the city. Gracia has a small-town feel, and you will struggle to find one street performer or tourist gift shop. Stroll down c/ Verdi and grab some food and a movie, or head over to Placa del Sol for some real Barcelona nightlife. Dotted with cafes and bars, the Placa is devoid of tourism, and maybe even a little intimidating for an obvious American like myself, but well worth the effort once you're there. Once night, some friends and I met a flamenco singer in the back of a bar, exchanged some broken Castellano, and ended up outside after the bar closed, our new friend singing along and flamenco dancing on an old wooden box while my italian friend played the guitar on a nearby rooftop. It was surreal, and far from our typical nights at L'Ovella Negra and Port Olympico. So to get what you've always imagined bohemian, European travel to be, get off the beaten path and trek into Gracia. You never know what you might find.

Casa Amatller is located right...

by duasluas

Casa Amatller is located right next to Casa Batllo. Althought you can not get inside the building, the patio gives you a good example of the Modernism Movement from a different perspective than Gaudi. There is a small store inside as well.

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