We love Sundays because they are the days when we wake up late and almost all rested but, if you are visiting Barcelona, do you know what to do on a Sunday in Barcelona?
Sunday is a typical day in Barcelona to do activities such as go to Tibidabo amusement park, go to the zoo or at best time, go to the beach . But beyond that there are more typical things to do
One of the typical traditions Sunday in Barcelona, which fortunately is now recovering, is going to make the vermouth. And yes, do not talk about tapas in Barcelona (which we also love !!) , but the Catalan vermouth is a tradition in Barcelona.
Sunday is the perfect place to take a vermouth with the appropriate tapa (anchovies, olives, jamón…) day. If you find yourselves in the center of Barcelona, Sant Antoni neighborhood is a very good place to take a Catalan vermouth.Enjoy it!
After the vermouth, Sunday is usually a day of heavy food since we have all the time in the world to digest From delicious paellas a typical calçotades they will delight gourmets. Barcelona is full of places to eat well!
If you opt for a cultural plan, remember that there are many museums in Barcelona that are free on Sundays ( most are only the first Sunday of the month, but others are every Sunday). The same goes for places like the Botanical Garden of the city .
If, however, you prefer walk, Sunday can be a great day to know the bohemian neighborhood of El Born. Get lost in the quaintness of its streets, its churches ( especially Santa Maria del Mar ) and, of course , tapas bars
And if you want to go shopping also on sundays, don’t worry! there are solutions for everything! First, at the end of the famous Rambla in Barcelona, we Maremagnum shopping center in Port Vell, open 365 days a year to enjoy the shopping.
If, however, want to enjoy a more upscale shopping and major brands, the Roca Village, the luxury shopping center on the outskirts of Barcelona. It is also open on Sundays from a year ago.
Also Ànec Blau Shopping Centre in Castelldefels, allows you to shop any day of the week.
Another good way to spend Sunday near Barcelona is close enough trips to typical places like Sitges, Sant Sadurní or Sant Miquel del Fai.