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We had sufficient time in each place to savor the place, people, and personality of each city. Pals - the unexpected heavy winds made this one a memorable place Calella de Palafrugell - one of the best spots I have visited awesome place to spend your evening Thank god I had a chance to experience and feel this place in a calm and silent way with an almost zero natives or crowd.
Saint Georges Day celebrations inspired UNESCO to declare April 23 as World Book Day. The 1.2 mile long Las Ramblas –a boulevard filled with strolling tourists and locals — is actually a combination of five streets: Canaletes, Estudis, Sant Josep, Caputxins and Santa Mònica.
The Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria, often simply referred to as La Boqueria, the oldest indoor market in Barcelona is located on La Ramblas. The most crowded street in Spain is (Chocolate Museum) is owned by the Barcelona pastry-makers’ guild, and contains chocolate sculptures of various well-known Barcelona buildings. Spanish artist Pablo Picasso spent his formative adolescence artist apprenticeship years in Barcelona.
While Spanish is spoken more frequently, Catalan is understood by 95 percent of Barcelona residents. Barcelona has a Mediterranean climate with mild, humid winters and warm, dry summers. Each year, 8 million tourists visit Barcelona, making it Europe’s third most-visited city after London and Paris. With its key location on the Mediterranean Sea, the Port of Barcelona is Europe’s largest cruise port, with approximately 3.6 million cruisers passing through the port each year. The Barcelona Maritime Museum is located in the historic Barcelona Royal Shipyard, a former military building dating to the 13 century, with a Roman graveyard found underneath that structure. There are two stories about the founding of Barcelona.
Winter temperatures range from 39 to 63 °F, compared to summertime temperatures between73 to 90 °F. One version claims the city was founded by Hercules, 400 years before the building of Rome. The second version attributes the founding of Barcelona to Carthaginian general Hamilcar Barca, father of Hannibal, who named the city Barcino after his family in the Third century BC. A typical Roman grid plan is still visible today in Barcelona’s cathedral founded in 343. In 1794, French astronomer Pierre Méchain used the Montjuïc castle overlooking the Barcelona harbor as one endpoint for his survey providing the official measurement of a meter. The Columbus monument, built in 1888 for the World Exposition, honors Christopher Columbus’ first voyage to the Americas, and serves as a reminder that he reported to Queen Isabella I and King Ferdinand V in Barcelona after his first trip to the new continent. While some tour guides may claim that Columbus is pointing towards America, he is actually pointing to somewhere near Constantine, Algeria, or most likely, simply out to sea. The Art Nouveau movement throughout Europe between 18 left an important legacy in Barcelona, including the work of architect Antoni Gaudí. Gaudi is best-known for the immense, iconic but still unfinished Sagrada Família cathedral, which has been under construction since 1882. Antoni Gaudi was not the first architect to work on the Sagrada Família. Barcelonans are crazy about football (soccer to Americans.) The city is home to one of the worlds’ largest and richest football clubs, FC Barcelona.