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(English) 5 things to do in Barcelona in July

By | 21 June, 2019 | 0 comments

Barcelona is a city that’s full of surprise and charm all year round. But in July, besides the usual attractions available across the city and the pleasures of enjoying a warm summers day on any of the city’s nine beaches, you’ll also be able to discover the happiest side of Barcelona!


Barcelona in July: Sónar 2019

One of the highlights of July is undoubtedly the Sónar 2019 music festival. The organisers of this amazing music event have worked hard to put together one of the best line-ups in urban music so that those lucky enough to attend can enjoy a fantastic range of light, music and sound shows as they soak up performances by all the best artists around.

Barcelona in July: More music

But the city’s musical offering goes much further than Sónar alone. In fact, Barcelona has options for every musical taste. From traditional performances at Festival de Música als Parcs and Festival Grec, you can also enjoy some great classical music, as well as the city’s famous electronic beats.

Lovers of the most elegant music there is have several options to choose from, including the Magic Flute at Gran Teatre de Liceu from 18 to 28 July, or perhaps the Barcelona Municipal Band at Placa del Rei on 15 July. Those who prefer live DJs and more modern rhythms have an unmissable date for the diary on Wednesday 13 July at Opium Mar with Eric Prydz and Wednesdays at El Dirty de Razzmatazz. Rock and roll fans also have some great choices throughout the month at Sidecar Factory Club on 18 and 25 July with Summer Rocks, where you’ll find classic hits including Motorhead, AC/DC and the Rolling Stones.

Sardinadas Moritz

Wednesday nights are incredible fun in Barcelona thanks to Cerveza Moritz, where you’ll find Catalan rumba, great seafood and breath-taking views out to sea, all the ingredients you need for a great night at Caseta Migdia in Montjüic Park. Fun and great atmosphere guaranteed.

Nights at O’Barquiño

One of the more unusual options comes from the Galician bar, O’Barquiño. Found in El Raval, this traditionally-decorated bar puts on performances only the bravest and most daring will enjoy. Coplas, rumbas and cutting-edge comedy is performed nightly by artists who are sure to spice up your time in the city. A relaxed and carefree atmosphere is guaranteed on the hottest Friday and Saturday nights in July.

Street marsaqwkets

For those of you who prefer a leisurely stroll around the city whilst looking out for vintage goods and exclusive items at the very best prices, weekends in Barcelona are certainly for you. Throughout the month of July, Barcelona puts on a huge variety of great street markets, including the Flea Market on Calle Portal de Santa Madronaon 16 July, el Rastro de la Virgen on Calle de la Virgen on the very same day, as well as the Flea Market at Plaza Salvador Seguí on 17 July.

These are just a few ideas to get you in the mood for all Barcelona has to offer in July. Book your room at HCC Hotels and enjoy a unique summer in the beautiful city of Barcelona.

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