Barcelona is lucky enough to have around 2,524 hours of sunshine every year! But, like most hot climates, when the rain comes it REALLY pours.
We’ve compiled our 5 Simple Things To Do On A Rainy Day In Barcelona.
Barcelona is home to some of the most famous artists the world has seen, Antonio Gaudí and Joan Miró, to name a few. So there’s no better way to familiarise yourself with Barcelona’s architectural influence on a rainy day than to visit a museum. Check out, Picasso Museum, Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (MNAC) or Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA).
What better way to enjoy a rainy day in Barcelona than inside eating delicious food platters? The sound of the raindrops, while you swing on an indoor swing sipping on Born Rosé wine with a flower wall backdrop, is enough to make anyone relax!
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Another great thing to do when it’s raining in Barcelona is to hide away and get soaked... No, not in the rain, in a Spa of course! Barcelona is home to some of the best Spas in southern Europe. Ranging from Moroccan to Mayan, some of the best on offer include Aire Spa in Ciutat Vella, 43 The Spa @ Hotel Arts and Zen Zone Spa @ Gran Hotel La Florida! Those are not to be missed, and a must do if you find yourself running from the rainy days of Barcelona.
Now, this might not be the most obvious choice of thing on a miserable day in Barcelona. But, taking the hop-on hop-off bus tour can actually be one of the best ways to explore the city at your own pace. You’ll cut out all the queues as it’s not always the first choice when it’s raining, you can sit on the top deck (woo) because it has a cover! You’ll be taken around the city, no walking in the wet involved and learn about the entire history of the most important sights!
See A Concert!
Another dry thing to do in Barcelona is to see a movie, but nobody wants to go to the movies on holiday, so why not visit the Palau De La Musica Catalana, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, still holds some of the most cultural musical performances in the world! An absolute must for anyone visiting Barcelona is to at least visit it, but on a cozy rainy day there’s something special about being this artistic masterpiece exploring some of the best musical art Catalunya has to offer!
If you have any other amazing ideas please share them with us....