Come to Barcino147 Bed and Breakfast in Barcelona and enjoy the Barcelona attractions: what to see and do in summer
Summer in Barcelona – though humid – is not as blisteringly hot as other Spanish cities. Between late July and early September, most locals with the means leave town, which makes for a quiet, traffic-free experience.
Barcelona combines everything that is most charming about Mediterranean cities – a relaxed pace, months of endless sunshine, unbeatable food – wit…h the cultural and design clout of most any city in the cold north.
Don’t arrive with too much of an agenda: sure, if you’re a Barça fan you might find the stadium tour unmissable; if you love art just few minutes walk from Barcino147 Barcelona bed and breakfast you’ll find the Picasso Museum and maybe the MACBA, but the real pleasure of Barcelona is in the wandering about, so allow plenty of time for simply mooching.
Sala Montjuïc –
An outdoor cinema series is held at the Montjuïc Castle, accompanied by a live jazz band. Visitors can enjoy a picnic on the grassy grounds of the castle as well as a free bus service from Espanya metro station before and after the film. This year’s films include Blue Jasmine and Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
Montjuïc de Nit – July 14
For one night only, this festival offers a selection of free entertainment from dusk to dawn in the Montjuïc area, from music, theatre and dance to film, art and museums which stay open until about 3am.———-