It’s time to visit Barcelona - Spain's second largest city!
It’s time to visit a city full of what European cities are known for (outdoor markets, restaurants, shops, museums and churches). The rough edges of the city will make you love it more; it’s not an un-cultured tourist trap that is full of perfect paint jobs and picture postcard plazas. It’s nothing but real! Full of genuine beauty and dreadlocked hipsters, tattooed beatniks and other assorted counter-culture kids.
Full of life, Barcelona is ready for you so get on it! Vibrant with life it’s long had the reputation of being the avant-garde capital of Spain, its art museums are world-class, and its football team sublime, while its designer restaurants, bars, galleries and shops lead from the front
Barcelona claims to be Europe's gay capital, and with good reason. Barcelona is also a hotbed of indie and indie pop activity. The annual Primavera Sound festival, held in May, has grown from a small, mostly electronic affair (the inaugural bash in 2001 featured Carl Craig and Armand Van Helden) to a seaside celebration of all forms of guitar-based underground music (2005's fest took in everyone from New Order and Iggy Pop to the Arcade Fire and Tortoise)
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