Fall is a wonderful time to visit Barcelona, when tourist crowds diminish and locals return to the office after the August break. As the warm weather cools down, leaves turn orange and stalls selling roasted chestnut stalls pop up across the city, filling Barcelona with that familiar seasonal smell. Here are some of the best places to visit in the Catalan capital this fall.
This jaw-dropping town house has the unique privilege of being the first building designed by the famous Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. A seminal design for what is now known as Catalan Modernism, the house was a private residence until 2014 when it was acquired in view of opening it to the public. You will come in when the COVID restriccions final.
One of the most incredible monuments in Barcelona – and the world – the Sagrada Família is considered to be Gaudí’s magnum opus. After over 100 years of construction, this Catholic church is still not completed but is expected to be finalised sometime around 2026. Fall is one of the best times to visit the Sagrada Família as the soft seasonal sunlight creates a warm glow as it radiates through the intricate stained glass windows.
The Barcelona’s beaches are the best places for observe the end of the Summer season and the beginning of fall. This is also a fantastic opportunity to observe Catalan culture with people practicing of dancing, sings or plays music. Also you can take a picnic with the take away service of the restaurants and the softly temperature of the best city in the World, Barcelona.
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