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What to do in March in Barcelona: Cars, Carnivals and Candy

What to do in March in Barcelona: Cars, Carnivals and Candy Barcelona begins to awaken from its winter slumber in March and spring is tapping at the windows. With temperatures rising, the days growing longer and the streets growing busier, March is a great month to dust off the cobwebs and set out for a holiday in Barcelona. Perfectly nestled between the low and high seasons, March is a window of opportunity to explore Barcelona before the crowds really...
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What to do in Barcelona in February: Lights, Calçots and Action!

gaudi house barcelona, february in barcelona, tourism in barcelona What to do in Barcelona in February: Lights, Calçots and Action! February is a great month to visit Barcelona, if you want to avoid the crowds. The evenings might be cold but there’s still warm sunshine in the afternoons and bright blue skies for wintery walks. If an average of 13/14 degrees during the day is still too chilly for you, don’t worry, as the inside attractions of the city are also much quieter than other months of the yea...
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What to do in Barcelona in January: Cakes, Kings and Choirs

Happy New Year, New Year in Barcelona, What to do in January What to do in Barcelona in January: Cakes, Kings and Choirs January in Barcelona is a quieter time, but that doesn’t mean that the festivities stop and the city shuts down for a month. On the contrary, as a Catholic country (officially, although many people in Cataluña are not religious), there are still two more holidays in January to be celebrated before the yuletide season comes to a close. There are also still many amazing activities ta...
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