The Spanish city of Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia and also the most populated city of the region and one of the most populated cities of Europe. Barcelona was initially a Roman city which became the capital of Barcelona County in the Middle Ages. While the national football team is probably the most popular thing about Barcelona, it is also one of the biggest tourist attractions. It is also an important trade and economic centers and abundantly influences the education, commerce, entertainment, science, fashion, arts, and media, which make it one of the major global cities of the world.
Barcelona is a bright combination of its ancient history and modern developments. Some noteworthy places to visit in Barcelona are Sagrada Familia, La Rambla, Casa Mila, Parc Guell, Casa Batllo, Font Magica, Montjuic, and Museu Picasso. If you are a soccer fan, the Camp Nou stadium should definitely be on your itinerary. Visit the La Boqueria Market if you want to experience local cuisines. Travelers who want a panoramic view of the city can visit Tibidabo, the mountain which overlooks the entire city.
As Barcelona is a coastal city with a Mediterranean climate, the summers can be quite hot. The winter season is between December and February and is mostly rainy and cool. However, the temperatures generally remain above 0 degree Celsius. If you do not want the weather to affect your Barcelona visit, the period between April and June is the best to visit the city. September is great too but it is mostly rainy in the month.