Spring Attractions in Barcelona

Spring Attractions in Barcelona

Spring (especially the months of April and May) is a great time to visit the city of Barcelona. Although Barcelona winters are not harsh, people do tend to be more active and outgoing in spring. As soon as the spring arrives and the weather gets warm, Barcelona becomes the stage of numerous events, from open air concerts to the traditional Easter manifestations. Barcelona beaches come back to life, as both locals and tourists go here in search for sunlight and fresh air. As for some speci... [ read more ]

Most Romantic Barcelona Attractions

Most Romantic Barcelona Attractions

One of the widely acclaimed party capitals if Europe, Barcelona can be equally appealing to couples in search of intimacy and romanticism. Its historic districts, sidewalk cafes and beaches are just a few of the places sought by couples. And just like Paris or Rome, Barcelona is itself a romantic city, a place with a distinctive, unique atmosphere. Although we all have different ideas of what romanticism means, here's our choice of the top most romantic Barcelona attractions: Montjuic Bar... [ read more ]

Winter Festivals and Fairs in Southern Spain

Winter Festivals and Fairs in Southern Spain

Even if you won’t be able to get a tan or swim into the Mediterranean Sea, it might still be a good idea to visit Spain in winter. A first argument is that, even in the middle of winter, temperatures will still be bearable and considerably higher than in Northern Europe, especially in Southern Spain. With the tourists hordes gone, you’ll have plenty of time and space to visit Andalucía’s impressive monuments and sights at your own pace. In addition to being very mild, winters in Spain... [ read more ]

Traditional Spanish Dances

Traditional Spanish Dances

Spain makes a fabulous holiday destination for dancers and party-lovers alike, but it comes without saying that such love for dancing and having a good time must have been passed down for generations. Spanish music and dances have had enormous and sometimes unsuspected influence over contemporary music scene. Much of the Latino music and dances we enjoy today are a consequence of the Spanish colonization – meringue, tango, salsa – however these cannot be confused with traditional Spanish... [ read more ]