Located between the beaches of the Mediterranean and the Montjuïc hill, Barcelona is a city culture, personality and strong traditions.
Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia and has about 1 608 746 inhabitants. It is the second largest city in Spain after Madrid, and the eleventh of the European Union.
The city has hosted several international events, which contributed to the cosmopolitan city.
The city is moving constantly with its many bars, cafes, restaurants and nightclubs that help give her boundless energy.
Spring and autumn are the ideal seasons to enjoy the city in good conditions. From November to February the temperatures are cooler and oscillate around 14ºC. In winter, the average temperature is around 10/14 ºC.
July and August are usually the hottest months of the year in Barcelona. Average temperatures vary between 29 and 30ºC during the day.
SOME EXAMPLES OF ACTIVITIES WE USUALLY PROPOSE in the town and her region:
- Cultural activities: Visits to Las Ramblas, the Ribera district, Guell Park, Picasso Museum, Aquarium, Santa Eulalia Cathedral, St. Jaume Square, Boqueria Market, Sagrada Familia, Mila and Batllo House, The Ciutadella Park, the Zoological Museum, the Olympic port, Miro Foundation, Montserrat (Monastery and Park), Place de l’ange, Museum of Modern Art, various traditional and modern flamenco shows; Equestrian, lyrical and classical Spanish music concerts …
- Sporting activities: Parachute jumping, catamaran, raggat, multi nautical activities (jet ski, banana, diving, flyboard, parasailing, sport fishing, etc), quad, karting, two-seater paramotor, rafting, canyoning, mountain biking, hiking, olympiads on the beach …
- Playful and participatory activities: Roads in segway; Bike; Funkyrider; Vespa or gocar in Barcelona, ??historical events (ipad rally), gastronomic events, initiation workshops in Spanish cooking and flamenco, flamenco shows, helicopter, hot air balloon …