Barcelona, in between Sagrada Familia and the beer festival
Ok, so we know when you travel you are always looking for a combination of fun and entertainment but also some culture and sightseeing. If you chose Barcelona for your next vacation, you won’t have a problem finding everything. How does it sound purchasing a group tour for la Sagrada Familia and attending the Barcelona Beer Festival later for a great wrap up of the day?
If you are an art lover, a Modernism fanatic and an Antonio Gaudi follower you definitely need to book any of these Sagrada Familia tours
Are you a solo traveler? are you in your honeymoon? or maybe you brought the whole family and kids to Barcelona? No matter who you are enjoying the city with, there’s plenty of options to visit the main sightseeings of Barcelona.
Let’s explore La Sagrada Familia
Don’t worry about the beer, we haven’t forgotten about it but first, let’s enjoy La Sagrada Familia how it deserves.
Admire the sculptures and figures of the facades, the different elements nature based, the stained colored windows and the trencadís technique used to built the basilica.
The temple should be finally finished by 2026, along with the commemoration of the 100th years of Gaudí´s death but we´ll see if that occurs as planned.
Kids can also have fun, just book a tour with a guide that has experience working with children and they’ll have an unforgettable visit.
When La Sagrada Familia will be finished it´ll be one of the tallest temples in the world and it’s for sure the most visited touristic place of Spain, with around 3 million visitors every year.
One or more beers to digest
Once you leave the site amazed, you´ll probably need a beer or two to digest all that majesty. No worries, we got the right place for you. How about visiting the Barcelona Beer Festival? It’s the biggest meeting point in southern Europe for craft beer amateurs and professionals.
So, if you are in Barcelona the weekend of March 13th to 15th head to La Farga de l’Hospitalet were the 9th edition of this tasty festival will be waiting for you.
More than 600 different types of beers from all over the world at your disposal from 11am to 11pm.
And since we know beer wouldn’t be the same without tapas, find 6 gastronomic stands where to enjoy delicious plates and 35 other different activities and workshops running the whole weekend for beer lovers. You can find show-cooking, meetings with brewery masters, sensory experiments, and even a escape room.
Between siping and biting, the beer festival is a place to understand homebrewing, to touch raw materials and to learn about procedures.
For the whole family
If you are traveling with the kids, no worries, they are welcome. At the festival they’ll find a place where the little ones can enjoy and play, all supervised by a group of educators.
With that scenario, there’s no time for boredness for sure, only fun evenings and good memories of Barcelona, the best city to combine culture and entertainment.
If the day after the festival you are not too hangover, take a look at all the great things you can do in the city and take advantage of the best tours with the best professionals and licensed guides that will help you make your experience even more remarkable if possible.