Marvel at the Wonders of Barcelona, Spain


In the midst of Spain’s dazzling coastlines lies the iconic city of Barcelona, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. Scattered with a mixture of great beaches, sites and activities, the city is just the perfect spot for families, honeymooners and adventurers.

Geography and Demography

Geography and Demography

Barcelona has a total population of about 1.6 million. It is located on the Mediterranean coast and is exactly seated between two rivers: Llobregat and Besos. Barcelona can be found on the northern side of the country.

Barcelona city is famous because of its many amazing attractions. It has plenty of superb museums, grounds, art   and architectures. Once you land from a Barcelona flight, you will be received by the second largest international airport in Spain.


Barcelona climate

Barcelona has a humid and mild winters and very dry and hot summers. During the months of September and October, rainfalls are frequent in Barcelona. So, if you are planning to embark on a Barcelona flight for summer, be sure to do it in the beginning of summer or in the middle of autumn. The coldest weather in Barcelona happens in the months of December, January and February.


Barcelona Attractions

Barcelona houses some of the most amazing parks in the world. It has a total of 68 parks which are well-maintained by the locals. Ten of these parks cradle museums as well. All of the parks located in Barcelona are categorized. Forty five of which are urban parks, 12 are historic parks, 5 are botanical parks and 6 are forest parks. Among all these parks, Montjuic is the largest.

Aside from the parks, the pristine beaches of Barcelona are also worth visiting. There are about seven beaches throughout the city. Most of these beaches were developed for the amusement of tourists who embarked a Barcelona flight during the 1992 Olympics.

As you delve deeper into the splendor and history of Barcelona, you will discover that this city is amongst the first regions to revolutionize industrialization. Barcelona has greatly influenced the textile industry.

Museums are abundant in Barcelona. Each museum highlights certain periods, happenings and events. There are also museums that focus on arts like the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art which highlights historical Spanish art.

Whether you are a sports enthusiast or not, sports attractions in Barcelona are places you simply can’t miss.  Barcelona hosted some of the major sports events like the Olympics (1992) and FIFA World Cup (1973 and 1997). Barcelona is home to a number of sports clubs such as FC Barcelona. FC Barcelona, a football club, boasts the largest stadium in all of Europe, Camp Nou.

Airport Transfers

Barcelona El Prat Airport is well connected to all destinations and via buses, trains and public transport vehicle. Be sure to acquire a map before boarding a Barcelona flight to learn how to access these modes of transportation.  If you don’t want hassles, you can travel by private taxis as they operate 24/7. It is a good idea to book taxis before embarking a Barcelona flight to enjoy a stress-free and comfortable travel.


Simon Jackson is the man behind the Channel Voyager, which is a popular travel blog. He spend 5 months traveling to Barcelona (interesting to know is that the Danish term is rejser Barcelona), Paris and Italy by all means of transport.

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