Sunny Barcelona may seem like the ideal warm weather destination, but downpours do hit the Catalonian capital on occasion. There’s no need to get caught short though; make the most of even wet weather with these rainy-day attractions.
- Take shelter at Sagrada Familia or Montserrat Monastery; get out of the rain faster with skip-the-line admission tickets.
- See the city from a sightseeing bus—hop-on-hop-off options let you jump off and explore on foot when the rain clears.
- Watch a flamenco performance at a traditional tablao; local institutions such as Tablao Cordobes and Tablao de Carmen offer dinner and drinks packages.
- Get out of the rain during a behind-the-scenes Camp Nou stadium and museum tour.
- Soak up the city’s art scene without getting soaked at Gaudi’s Casa Batlló or La Pedrera.
- Visit top Barcelona museums such as Museu Picasso, Fundació Joan Miró, and the National Art Museum of Catalonia with a museum pass.
- Hone your culinary skills during a cooking class or explore the covered La Boqueria Market.