Parque Ciutadella Apartments

Carrer de Joan d'Austria, 51, Barcelona, 08005, Spain
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june clothing list barcelona

by dmb50

Please advise of day and evening attire for the weather in barcelona 1st week of June

Re: june clothing list barcelona

by Belsaita

it depends of what weather you are used to, and what you want to do with there... difficult to generalize!

It's already quite hot, we locals are wearing summer clothes but at the evenings or if not sunny (like right now) a light jacket/jumper/etc may be required.

At the evenings, usually formal clothing is not needed, unless you are going to a very special places. This is a very informal city, you can see jeans even at the opera!

However: shorts only at the beach, never wear socks with sandals, if you're female better do not use spaghetti-tops a couple of sizes less than you really need... (unless you really want to scream "I'm a tourist, please pickpocket me!!" ;o))

But basically, wear discretely, use whatever you are comfortable with, especially shoes (you will walk a lot!)

have a nice trip

Re: june clothing list barcelona

by dmb50

Thank you so much! I've been watching the weather which almost seems like Chicago right now. It can be warm or hot during day here but 'quite' cold at night. Hence I was trying to decide if I need long sleeve tops in the evening. I 'really' don't want to overpack. Spaghetti straps are seldom found in my wardrobe any longer but are tasteful sleeveless tops appropriate that are not low cut? On another note, do you know anything about cooltra scooter tours? We are considering a 7 hour scooter tour that takes in the local area as well as Monserrat. We have only 2.5 days in Barcelona and then head south. I know not to eat or hang much in LasRamblas (where we are staying) but would you recommend restaurants (mid price range) in Gothic Qtr for seafood? Thanks, Denise

Re: june clothing list barcelona

by Belsaita

Hi Denise, you're welcome

I would just pack 1-2 jackets/sweaters to wrap you in the evenings. No need for long-sleeved tops. Tasteful sleeveless tops will be appropriate everywhere... or short sleeved ones, just you might need something extra at the evening.

Sorry I've no idea abut tours. IMHO Montserrat is much better seen on your own (but I'm not usually a tour person, most tours spend too much time in places of little interest for me and too little in the places I'd like to spend more time!!)

There are lots of seafood restaurants in Barceloneta, that is just 15-20 min walking from Gotic. I don't like much seafood, so I can't recommend you any

I have many restaurants and other tips at my Barcelona VT page
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/42b95/430de/
(sorry for the shameless plug... :))
and of course all other excellent pages and tips from other VTrs

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Torre de Collserola (Collserola Tower)

by crazyguitar

As all modern cities around the world Barcelona has a comunications tower too!
Views from there are absolutely great!! Near "Tibidabo", you can visit both places at the same time.
The tower has 288 meters.

More info, schedule and prices: http://www.torredecollserola.com/

Catalan

by Blatherwick

People in Barcelona can speak both Catalan and Spanish (and most of them can speak English too). If you aren't familiar with Catalan you would swear that the people are speaking French. They aren't. Catalin was forbidden during the years of Franco. In 1978, Catalan once again became an official language.

Packing List

by prunila

Always sunglasses. FOR SUMMER: very hot and strong sun:
bathsuit, solar protection and a hat. For girls is very good to have a .
– Quite noisy city: if you are from a quiet place you can take something for your ears. Good shoes for walking. IN SUMMER: sandals. You can buy menorquines and it is also good when it is not raining: catalan espardenyes, (espadrilles in French), made with textil and cord.
Most popular SPANISH SHOES: Camper. Spain produces a lot of nice shoes and leather items. Summer: antimosquitos. Better electrical and a lotion.
– If you drink to much wine…Alkasheltzer?
Don't take Sangria in a inexpensive place it can give headache. If the wine is cheap it could be bad quality.
– If you eat to much: it is very good VICHY CATALAN, sparkling water.
– You can find all here. FARMACIAS open only 9-13 and 16-20 hours. Difficult in luch time, saturdays and sundays.
– Some toiletries half prize in a supermarket than a Farmacia: food for babies, pampers etc. – Good photo shops in Barcelona but not so cheap as Andorra or Asia.
– A lot of different prizes. Try Carrer Pelayo.
– Fnac is expensive, but you can try a lot of cameras, videocameras, books, etc. – Spanish people prefer to go to cheap pensions than campings (they are crowded of germans, holland, etc.). I only like small campings or in land.
– Good maps for mountains or country side walking: Alpina.
– Food is more expensive at the coast or in turistic places. If you go by car and you plan to do camping buy in non turistic areas!
– Bread sometimes looks good but is industrially made.
– Ecological and bio-food is very difficult to find and very expensive in Spain. – Speciall menage and presents items you can shop in VINÇON, Passeig de Gracia.

PALAU REIAL

by hevbell

This palace was formed out of the Finca Guell summer estate and was intended as a summer residence for the Spanish Royal family. They hardly stayed here but its a nice place to wander round the grounds, have a picnic etc. There are two museums in the palace now - one for ceramics and the other for decorative arts.

On the edge of the estate you can also see the Pavellons de la Finca Guell. Gaudi designed these gatehouses to the Guell estate. well worth a look

Wines

by Gili_S

The regional wines are excellent, I am not always sure or remember all the wines I have tasted but one that I can recommend and not pricey at all is the excellent red wine of Raimat vineyards, just about 200 km from Barcelona. Wine

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