With its iconic architecture, quirky aesthetic and laid-back, artistic atmosphere, the Catalan capital has long been a draw for the city breaks and European excursions of travellers the world over.
Unsurprisingly, Barcelona sees most of its visitors arriving and departing in the summer months. However, the hazy, golden evenings and balmy temperatures of the city in autumn have a special vibe that is well worth getting to know. With annual festivals, traditional, earthy flavours and crowds of tourists making way for chattering locals, there really is no better time of year to fall in love with Spain’s most vibrant city.
Ready to jump on the next plane to Barcelona?