Barcelona boasts various marinas. In addition, its cruise ship port offers seven passenger terminals. Here in the picture we can see the container port, which is one of the busiest of the Mediterranean Sea.
Catalonia celebrates its national day, the Diada, on September 11. In Barcelona, people march through the downtown streets waving the Senyera, the Catalan flag, or the Estelada, the one-star flag of the independence supporters.
Tell me what you see in this picture and I will tell you if you need more vacations or not! And if you have just started your holidays, do not despair if it rains a bit. Barcelona is even more beautiful after the rain.
In Barcelona, beauty is everywhere, whether on the Ramblas or in the most remote places of the capital city. And in the heart of its people.
Barcelona is a multicultural, and welcoming city, full of joie de vivre. Nothing and no one can spoil its charm, its colors, and the warmth of its friendly people.
It is quite hot in Barcelona in August. Unlike other capital cities like Paris where they are having a rotten summer, here the sun always shines at that time of year. To the point of playing light tricks like in this picture.
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