Barcelona Activities MAY
Looking for interesting things to do in Barcelona this month?.
The city is brimming with activities and experiences many of which are world famous and attract visitors from all corners of the globe, but there are always new and exciting things happening in Barcelona.
Just a few of the attractions are;
This weekend we have the Biergarten Beer Festival.
On the 10th to the 12th of May at Poble Espanyol in Sants – Montjuïc you will be transported to Bavaria with many different German style beers, German food and activities for young and old alike.
Staying on the beer theme. One of Catalunya’s premier breweries, Fabrica Moritz at Ronda Sant Antoni 39 in Eixample opens its door to visitors with guided tours and beer tasting from 8th to the 31st of May.
Over 18s and 20€ entry but with beer samples and a souvenir gift-box included. www.moritz.com.
The World Press Photo Exhibition is on at the CCCB. (Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona) in El Raval until May 26 2019.
This collection of the best press photos from the previous year is truly worth seeing. Enlightening, emotional and sometimes shocking, each picture solicits a reaction. www.cccb.org.
Barcelona the best activities in May
So, if you’re wondering what to do in Barcelona there are many things to choose from.
If you prefer the traditional attractions like La Sagrada Familia, La Pedrera, la Casa Batlló they’re worth the vist, but be prepared to queue.
Take some time to wander through the old neighbourhoods of El Raval, El Born, Barri Gotic, the Gothic quarter and of course Las Ramblas with the market of La Boqueria.
To cover more sights in less time there are many Barcelona sightseeing tours, bus tours, hop-on-hop-off tours, walking tours, bike tours, tapas tours etc, all of which will take you around he cith centre attractions.
But if you’re looking for something really different, try a tour with TOURSIMO Barcelona.
TOURISIMO will take you from their base only 50 meters from Park Güell up and out of the city to the incredible views and fresh air of the Collserola Natural Park which overlooks Barcelona.
Rather than be restricted to a bus or bike, you’ll drive a 100% electric car, a fun, two-seater on quiet country roads which wind up the hills and stop at various miradores or scenic lookouts for the best views and photo opportunities.
You will have the security of following a guide in another vehicle so there’s no chance of getting lost and who will lead you to places which other tours don’t get to.
For the best tours outside the centre, come and visit us at TOURISIMO Barcelona, we look forward to welcoming you. www.tourisimo.es