Will you be on a Sunday in Barcelona?
Shops and food markets aren’t open, churches can’t be visited during services, and most museums close after 2pm. So what’s the alternatives? Prepare your visits ahead of time, so you aren’t left without a Sunday plan.
Here are a my Top-5 ideas for things to do on Sunday in Barcelona:
Tour the Gaudi sites. All of them are open every day!
Stroll around the Ciutadella park. Locals meet up there in the weekends, and the atmosphere is really relaxed and fun. If you have kids, the Zoo is there too.
Go to the Picasso Museum. It’s open all day long, and it’s free in the afternoons after 3pm, and every first Sunday of the month (although then the lines are quite long).
Walk along the waterfront and have a paella by the marina for lunch. What do you think locals do on sunny Sundays?
What about you? Tell us what’s your favorite thing to do on a Sunday when you are traveling! Leave a comment below.
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