Spanish City Flyer
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Important Facts about Barcelona
2. The city has festivals nearly year round, such as Carnival, Corpus Christi, and the entirety of the Easter week.
3. Two official languages are spoken here; Spanish and Catalan, both Roman languages.
Points of Interests
2. The Picasso Museum- Pablo Picasso, one of the world's most famous painters, lived with his family in Barcelona for a period of his life. This museum dedicated to him showcases many essential pieces of his life, including lesser known works and early sketches. It is Barcelona's most popular museum.
3. La Sagrada Familia Church- Designed by Antoni Gaudi, this unfinished church is spectacular and a huge tourist attraction. The architect died in 1926 in an accident, but the church is still in progress today, planned to be finished by 2026. http://youtu.be/RcDmloG3tXU
La Sagrada Familia Church
Pa amb tomàquet
Side dish or appetizer; bread rubbed with tomatoes and topped with olive oil and salt.
Escudella amb carn d'olla
Traditional Catalan stew, including chickpeas, potatoes, celery, carrot, onion, and sausage, chicken, or pork.
Pastries filled with custard or cream.
Fall: It is very rainy during the fall in Barcelona, a wet season with fog, and the temperatures can go down to 8 degrees Celsius.
Summer: Wonderful weather, 28 to 20 degrees Celsius, with cooler, windy nights.
Winter: Averagely cold, with the temperature dropping down to 4 degrees Celsius. It can be sunny for a period of the day, depending on however much snow there is.