Places To Go When It’s Raining In Spain.

15 Nov

When you travel to some north-europe cities, you expect to see them raining. Like London–in London, rain is a familiar friend (or enemy).

That doesn’t happen in Spain. In Spain, it’s not supposed to be raining! So…what should you do when the rain comes in your way?

Option 1. Go to “El Prado“, Madrid.

El Prado is the 9th most visited museum in the world. It is in Madrid and it’s so big, you can actually spend the whole day inside the museum. Closed on Mondays and free every day from 6pm till 8pm. Otherwise it’s 12EUR. Check for more (maybe on the way) on the Museum’s site.

Option 2. Go to Maremagnum, Barcelona.

And take a hot coffee while the rain pours into the sea.

Or maybe go to the Sagrada Familia’s Starbucks and watch the tourists get wet while you are warm and fuzzy drinking coffee.

Enjoy the rain!

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