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What to Do in Barcelona at the End of Summer?

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Written by Daniella

Although it is already early autumn, the weather in Barcelona can still be pleasant enough for some summer activities. There are still people on the beach, especially on the weekends, terraces have nothing to complain about, and many people go for outdoor activities now that it is a bit cooler during the day.

Autumn is a beautiful season and according to the meteorological services, we will experience more and more veroño’s, a mixture of verano and otoño (summer and autumn). That is why today, this article by ShBarcelona will give you a few ideas on what you can do to say goodbye to summer and say hello to veroño.

Related article: The Best Places To Enjoy Autumn In Barcelona

End your summer with sensational activities

Candlelight Santa Maria del Pi

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Experience a unique event by candlelight, during an exclusive concert performed by the Valencia Quartet. The ensemble will perform on a spectacular location, and they will play a selection of one of the most famous classical music in the world, along with other music pieces. You will hear Mozart and Bach, among many others.

This magical moment will bedazzle you! September 7 and October 19:00 at 21:30. Duration: 75 minutes.

Oktoberfest 2019

The eighth edition of Oktoberfest Barcelona takes place from October 3 to 13, 2019, at the square of the Univers de Fira de Barcelona.

This beer festival allows you to enjoy Bavarian traditions with special beers, such as Paulaner (made especially for the original Munich Oktoberfest) and typical German dishes, like sausages, pretzels, potato salad and pork knuckle. From October 3 to 13, 2019.

Dinner with the stars

Dinner with the Stars (or Cena con las Estrellas) is a special event at the Fabra Observatory, and you will be able to have a unique gastronomic experience, that combines scientific information with astronomical observations and a delicious dinner, served at one of Barcelona’s most exclusive viewpoints.

The evening begins with dinner, with the beautiful views of Barcelona as a backdrop. This is then followed by a science conference, a visit to the museum and – the ultimate highlight of the evening – you will observe distant constellations, stars and much of the solar system through a 1904 telescope (one of the largest and oldest in Europe that is still in operation).

Related article: Summer Activities in Barcelona

On the Garage

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This is a festival with second-hand clothes and other products. You can browse for vintage clothing, collectibles, oddities and hobby crafts.

There are more than 100 exhibitors. Admission is free, and opening hours are from 11:00 to 19:00.

Next editions will be on September 29 and October 6, 2019.

Free Friday Night 2019 at the Egyptian Museum

The Egyptian Museum in Barcelona will, for the second year now, host its ‘Free Friday Night’, an evening when the museum opens between the hours of 19:00 and 24:00. Visitors can see both the permanent collection – of more than 1,200 pieces – and the exhibition ‘Tutankhamon, a history of discovery’.

The museum also organizes various activities during the day, like workshops on hieroglyphics and mummification. Date: October 4, 2019.

Are there other great activities for a nice veroño?

About the author

Daniella

Daniella enjoys everything the city of Barcelona has to offer. She writes, translates and loves discovering Catalonia and its beautiful nature.

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