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Relaxing in Barcelona

If there was ever a city that seemed to have the idea of easy travel in mind, it would have to be Barcelona. Sure, it’s filled with countless things of cultural and historical importance, a vibrant nightlife and can even be a little bit on the sketchy side at times, but the mood of the city is always one of laid back good times that never seem to end. Barcelona has something in mind for every traveller and for those really looking to relax, check out the accommodation offered through Oh-Barcelona, as it will maximize your enjoyment of this Spanish gem.

Sunrise is also great...

Sunrise is also great…

Everyone likes to relax a little bit differently, but regardless of your desires, Barcelona has you covered. While the weather is generally favourable most times of the year, a visit during the warmer months of May until September will ensure you get the most out of your holiday with that fabulous Mediterranean sun that keeps the temperature favourable even after setting.

Take a look at some of these suggestions for enjoying Barcelona – they’re the perfect addition to any sightseeing vacation where you just want to relax and unwind to begin or complete your ideal European holiday.


Take it Easy on the Beach

Situated on the brilliant Mediterranean waters, Barcelona is a great place to lay back and just listen to the sounds of the sea. With a number of beaches to choose from, you won’t have a hard time finding the right one to catch some rays and gaze at all the lovely (and interesting) sights that pass your way.



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Wander Las Ramblas

The main market square and tourist hub can be a bit crazy at times but if you enjoy the pulse of the crowd and the bustle of urban life, this is a great place to stroll through and take in all that it has to offer. Set a leisurely pace and just enjoy Las Ramblas as it comes to you.


Visit the Aquarium

Some people don’t agree with the whole caged animals thing, believing they should be free in their natural habitat and while they do have a point, venues like this are great at providing awareness of the other creatures that inhabit this planet. There’s something incredibly peaceful about watching sea creatures swim and the Aquarium Barcelona is a great place to do this.


Sunset at Palau Nacional

Formerly a great palace turned into a great art museum, you would be forgiven if you didn’t even set foot inside of it and instead used the setting for arguably one of the most relaxing activities known to man – watching the sunset. From this vantage point you get a brilliant view of the city as the colours fade from the day’s last light, reflecting on all that you have done as you feel the communal spirit of the others around you. It doesn’t hurt either when someone’s playing a guitar in the background, making this a truly memorable way to end the day in Barcelona.