Facts about barcelona, including ones you had no clue you needed to know (and most likely won't enhance your life in the slightest...sorry.)
Ok, sit back while I teach you with certainties about Barcelona...A cautioning however, these are not your ordinary one sentence realities. These folks are meaty, do run delicate with them....
Realities about Barcelona: Language
As I'm certain you know, Barcelona is the capital of the territory of Catalonia (which is additionally spelt Catalunya or Cataluña. The dialect of Catalonia is truth be told, not Spanish (or Castilian) but rather Catalan. Indeed, to the Catalonians, Spanish is a moment dialect. It is instructed to Catalan school youngsters a similar way that Gaelic is instructed to us Irish individuals, the base necessity of hours seven days being 3 hours. That is three hours of Spanish seven days. Allowed they put the Spanish to utilize more than we can put Gaelic to utilize, yet there it is; the spooky connection amongst's Ireland and Catalonia.In the event that you are here in Barcelona, or are wanting to come, to learn Spanish snap here to read the article "Spanish Schools Barcelona".
Actualities about Barcelona: Chupa Chups
Things being what they are, you didn't think you'd be finding out about candies on a page that should have realities about Barcelona? All things considered, it is applicable, so there.
Salvador Dali outlined the logo for Chupa Chups. Yes'm, unless I was the last to know to know this reality, you'll all additionally be astonished by this. How clever is that? For me it is extremely interesting. Maybe the nature of my comical inclination is declining. Additionally, Chupa Chups are a Barcelonian creation. Another reality I didn't know.
The name originates from the spanish verb chupar which intends to suck in English. You can purchase parcels of Chupa Chups in the state of a bundle of cigarettes and on the parcels it's composed in Spanish Chupar relaja which implies Sucking unwinds. I figure they're attempting to draw in the smoking croud. Truth be told, a Dutch football mentor, named Johann Cruyff once smoked 20 cigarettes per day until the point that he began substituting his cigarettes for Chupa Chups.
Actualities about Barcelona: Gaudi
Request that anybody name a man they connect with Barcelona and there's a decent shot they'll name Antoni Gaudi. This man is the maker of Sagrada Familia, the architect of Park Guell, and the decorator of Park de la Ciutadella. In this way, definitely, he's genuinely notable, as it happens. He was conceived in 1852, in either Reus or Riudoms (which is near Reus), it is debated as to where precisely he was conceived. Undisputable is the way in which he passed on; on July 8, 1926, Gaudi was murdered, keep running over by a cable car. Rumpled, he was taken for a penurious tramp and conveyed to a typical panhandler's healing facility. Afterward, he was perceived as himself and companions endeavored to take him to a superior healing center. He can't, clearly saying, "I have a place here among poor people". After two days he passed on and was significantly grieved by the Barcelonians.
Realities about Barcelona: Sundays in Parc de la Ciutadella
When the climate begins to get warm, around May, individuals ceremonially assemble in Parc de la Ciutadella on Sundays. Sustenance dealers, brew merchants, performers, artists, loiterers, doggies, puppy poo...everything and everybody comes and has some good times on Sundays. What's incredible is that something else, there isn't a ton to do on Sundays. All things considered, that is not valid, but rather you know, it's a decent day to have a wonder such as this to do. Additionally, you don't have to stress over anything when you're there.
You won't get exhausted, you won't get ravenous, you won't get sober...though on the off chance that you are an outrightly outside young lady, you will get hit on, over and over. Be that as it may, possibly you like that.
Certainties about Barcelona: La Rambla
La Rambla in the core of Barcelona, is the most renowned and prevalent road in the city. It will take you from Placa Catalunya to the Columbus statue, where the ocean begins. La Rambla can be paradise or damnation, for me it's never a center ground, constantly either, contingent upon the time, the warmth and the amount of a rush I'm in.
Be that as it may, La Rambla was very a stream which streamed simply outside the city dividers, thus the names mocking from the Arabic word, "Ramla" which implies sandy riverbed. In the end, the city had extended, and the waterway became scarce, departing the makings of what we know La Rambla to be today. In the nineteenth century, it was cleared over. As I much as I get disappointed by La Rambla, where it counts, I am enamored with it. In spite of the fact that I wouldn't depict myself as a "Ramblista", which is an genuine term for somebody who walks all over La Rambla, (diverting themselves by gazing at the pale visitors.)
Certainties about Barcelona: Food
It's not too difficult to run over some intriguing utilizations and mixes of sustenance in Catalunya. Normal in Catalan cooking are the "blemish i muntanya", which implies ocean and mountains, so we're talking fish joined with meat. Cuttlefish with meatballs is a case of this mix. Yes, in case you're definitely not expecting this kind of blend, it can be… fascinating. My companion's sweetheart (Hi, Claire!) requested meatballs for one feast, amid their trek to the Pyrenees.
Clearly, it was genuinely wonderful, however I envision he was put off marginally by the squid that was sitting, disguised, holding up, amidst the sauce. Another thing to either stay away from or seek after is pork feet with snails. Yummy! Yessssss.