One thing that characterizes Barcelona is the fact that you never have time to get bored ! You’ll always have something to do, something to see or somewhere to relax and where to charge your batteries to start a new week. Either you live here or another city, Sundays in Barcelona are meant to surprise you!
We are going to give you some ideas to get all out of the city without your pocket being suffered. Every week Barcelona has thousands of activities to do or places to visit for free. So let’s get to work, what are you doing this Sunday?
BRUNCH ELECTRONIK at CCCB
Forget for a moment that tomorrow is Monday and stop by Brunch Electronik Barcelona at the CCCB! It is an alternative to sleep on a couch and allows you to get stronger and finish the week enjoying it.
How you can enjoy it? The program is in a way that is suitable for everyone. There you’ll find from children’s activities to workshops, flea markets, vinyl fairs, documentaries and short films. But the best certainly are performances of either international or national DJs.
This Sunday, March 16, its first edition will be held. Previously it was held at the Ciutadella Park, which was called Piknic Electronik. The entrance is 10 € and it costs you more if you want to have brunch.
More information at: http://brunchelectronik.com/es/
One of the most popular traditions of Barcelona in recent years has been the second-hand markets. In them you will find all sorts of items, from clothing to young designers offer.
The most famous markets in Barcelona are Flea Market and Lost & Found. Usually, they dont coincide both on the same Sunday, so we are lucky to go to both.
The Flea Market is held on the second Sunday of each month and its venue varies depending on the number of its shops, but it usually located in central areas. More Information at: http://www.fleamarketbcn.com/
The Lost & Found turns to a common market when the weather is nice. It is located at Estación de Francia (France Station). It is an ideal place if you want to buy vintage or retro clothing, or young designers´ fashion. More info at: http://lostfoundmarket.com/