Barcelona in November – what’s it like to visit off season
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Barcelona is one of the most visited cities in Europe. The combination of beautiful architecture, many of Antoni Gaudi’s masterpieces, Mediterranean sea, great weather and amazing cuisine attracts millions of tourist each year. So many, that if you visit in the summer, you need to be prepared for massive crowds everywhere. That’s why I decided to save it for an off season kind of trip and visited Barcelona in November.
Is Barcelona in November a good idea? Absolutely! The city might be overcrowded in the summer, but it’s very pleasant in November. There are significantly less people, but it’s still very much a lively city. Since it’s past high season, flights are cheaper and so are the accommodations. Weather in Barcelona in November is very pleasant and perfect for sightseeing.
No matter where you go in Barcelona, you are reminded that people there are not Spanish, but Catalan and damn proud of it. Barcelona as the capital of Catalonia, one of Spain’s autonomous communities, has its own language and culture. You’ll quickly notice that signs are both in Catalan and Spanish. Many proudly show their independence by displaying Catalan flags from their windows and balconies.
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Things to do in Barcelona in November
What to do in Barcelona in November, you might ask. Well, pretty much everything you’d do in the summer, but with less people around. The city is still busy and the weather is very pleasant and perfect for sightseeing. It was sunny and 60 F during most of my 4 day visit. It rained one morning, but that was short lived.
Visit Sagrada Familia
Sagrada Familia is one of the most visited churches in the world and Gaudi’s biggest project. He spent over 40 years working on it, until his tragic death in 1926. It’s only fitting, that it became his final resting place. Sagrada Familia has been in construction since 1882, and is not going to be completed for a few more years. The big finish is set for 2026, which will be the 100th anniversary of the architect’s death.
It’s safe to say, no Barcelona trip is complete without visiting Sagrada Familia. It absolutely does not matter what your religious beliefs are, because this magnificent church is one of the most impressive buildings and an architectural masterpiece. The entire exterior is so rich in detail, you cannot stop staring. While being inside, you immediately notice the gorgeous and colorful stained glass windows. They are especially impressive with the afternoon sunlight shining through.
As one of the top attractions in Barcelona, visiting Sagrada Familia requires some planning ahead. I recommend reserving your tickets, as soon as you have your travel dates set. Tickets become available two months ahead and you can book them on the official Sagrada Familia website. Your tickets come with a downloadable audio guide.
If you’d prefer a more personal guided tour, that also lets you skip the line, you might want to join the small group tour of Sagrada Familia.
Here you can find The Complete Guide to Visiting Sagrada Familia in Barcelona.
In addition to visiting the basilica, you can also choose going up to one of the towers: Nativity or Passion Tower. You take an elevator to the top, but walk down around 400 steps down a narrow staircase. A visit to Nativity tower that I chose, gives you a close up look at the details up on the Basilica, as well as a fantastic view of the city.
PRO TIP: When it rains, the towers are closed. You can go to the ticket’s office and you will get a refund of the €7 is costs additionally to visit the tower. If you have an option and time to come back later ( assuming the rain stopped ), you can get your ticket exchanged.
Being the Nr 1 tourist attraction in Barcelona, it’s best to book tickets online in advance. You will pick not only the day, but also the time slot. Tickets at the ticket office are only available when not sold out, as there are only a certain amount of people allowed. When I visited in late November, there were a few time slots available, but it’s easy to assume that’s not always the case in the summer. You can also opt for a guided tour that will let you skip the line.
Visit La Boqueria Market
As you walk down La Rambla, more or less in the middle of it, you find Mercat de la Boqueria, the most popular market in Barcelona. Under one roof you find variety of food stands and even a couple of restaurants. The market dates back to 1297, when it started as a place selling meat to city residents.
It’s evident the once authentic food market, became very touristy. The location right in the middle of the most popular pedestrian street La Rambla has probably something to do with it. And yes, it has a lot of people, who go there just to snap pictures of pretty fruit stands, meat parts on display and other delicacies. I did that too. But I also ate. My advice: do not eat before you go there. There are so many delicious foods there and so many unique things you might want to try. You can find everything: fruit, fish, meat, cheese, spices, pastries, traditional Catalan dishes. I mean, where else are you going to eat a ham cone?
Visiting La Boqueria is also one of the best things things to do in Barcelona on a rainy day.
Subway : Liceu ( green line L3 )
Explore Park Güell
The most famous park in Barcelona, Park Güell is actually a failed residential project. The plan was to build 60 houses in a gated community away from the noise of the city, but the project failed to attract investors. In the end only two buildings were built, and the entire project was abandoned. In 1926 the entire area became a public park.
Gaudi moved into one of the houses with his ailing father and niece. It was the perfect place for them, away from the bustle of the big city. It also gave him a chance to oversee the building process of the park, as well as Sagrada Familia, that he could see from the hill. The house he lived in, is now a museum. There is a charge of €5.50 to visit.
This is a unique park, just like you’d expect from Gaudi. The inspiration he drew from nature is very much present here. Columns resembling tree trunks, animal accents with the very famous Salamander fountain at the foot of the staircase in the Monumental Zone. It’s where the famous serpentine mosaic tile bench is, and ultimately the best spot to capture the fairy tale like surroundings.
Even though most of the park is free, you do have to pay to get into the Monumental Zone. It costs €10 to get in and the admission is timed to control the number of people visiting. However, once you get in, there is no limit how long you can stay. I bought my ticket on the spot and got a visit 30 minutes later, but I imagine it had a lot to do with the fact that I was in Barcelona in November. It probably wouldn’t happen in the summer, that’s why many people pre-book tickets to make sure they can get in.
If you like to plan ahead and don’t want to waste any of your time waiting in line, you can get your skip the line Park Güell tickets here.
GETTING TO PARK GUELL
Park Güell is located in the north part of Barcelona, and you need to use some sort of transport to get there. If using subway, there are two stops you can use: Lesseps and Vallcarca, both on the green L3 line. From both you need to walk for about 15-20 minutes to get to the entrance. There are a lot of steps involved, but they did install some escalators coming from Lesseps to help the climb.
Which subway stop to use will depend on where you want to enter the park. Lesseps is located on the side where the ticket office is, and the entrance to Monumental Zone. To later explore the park, it will be a walk uphill. From Vallcarca you will end up at the entrance on the hilly part of the park, so the rest will be heading down. That’s the one I used and would recommend it. You can start with going all the way to the top to the viewpoint where the crosses are, for incredible views of the city. At 10 am there was absolutely no one there. You see the whole city spreading in front of you, with Sagrada Familia below and Tibidabo up on another hill.
Visit Casa Batllo
Casa Batllo is one of the most recognizable of Gaudi’s buildings, and my personal favorite. The facade of the building is simply beautiful. Trencadis, using broken pieces of ceramics, was one of Gaudi’s signature styles. It can be seen in a lot of his work, one of them being the front of Casa Batllo. The once simple house, was transformed by Gaudi into a stunning and colorful building, that eventually became a UNESCO heritage site, along with 6 other properties ( Works of Gaudi ).
After exploring the interior by heading up the spiral staircase, you end up on the Casa Batllo roof, which of course is not just an ordinary rooftop. It’s shaped like a dragon’s back, has an open terrace, and even functional things like chimneys are extraordinary.
Tickets for Casa Batllo are on the expensive side, €35 booked online, €4 more at the door.
Subway : Passeig de Gracia ( yellow line L4, purple line L2, green line L3)
While you won’t be sunbathing on the beach in Barcelona in November, you shouldn’t skip visiting one of the most popular ones in the city: Barceloneta beach. Take a walk down the empty beach and feel the Mediterranean sea breeze. Most beaches in Spain get really crowded in the summer, so this will be very refreshing and quite a treat.
Subway: Barceloneta ( yellow line, L4 )
Parc de la Ciutadella
One of the biggest parks in the city, and also home to Barcelona Zoo. My favorite part about the park was without a doubt Cascada with the big fountain. Inspired by the Trevi fountain in Rome and created by Josep Fontsere with young Antoni Gaudi as an assistant .
Even though the closest subway station is Jaume, I highly recommend taking the L 1 line to Arc de Triomf stop. It’s a really nice walk starting at the triumphal arch down Passeig de Lluis Companys, that eventually brings you to the gate to the park.
Subway : Jaume I ( yellow line, L4 ) or Arc de Triumf ( red line, L1 )
One of the biggest squares in the city with one of the best views of Barcelona not far from it. Head down the big avenue ( Avinguda de la Reina Maria Cristina ), past the two Venetian towers towards Palau National ( National Museum ). The view from right in front of the museum is spectacular.
Sitting right below the National museum is The Magic Fountain of Montjuic. Famous for its spectacular shows on selected nights in the summer, it attracts crowds of people who gather to witness it. The shows still happen in November, but they are reduced to just 3 nights a week ( Thursday, Saturday and Sunday ).
Subway: Pl Espanya ( red line L1 and green line L3)
How to get from Barcelona Airport to the city center
The easiest way to get from El Prat Airport to the city center is to take the Aerobus. It takes about 35 minutes and the bus makes just a few stops in the city: Pl Universität, Plaça d’Espanya and Plaça de Catalunya. You can catch the bus on the ground level of the airport. Once you collect your luggage, head down the escalator and you will see a couple of buses lined up ( along with a line of people ).
One way ticket costs €7,90 or you can get a round trip for €13.20. You can pre-book your Aerobus tickets online or buy them on the spot ( either cash or credit card ). Tickets are valid for up to one year from the purchase date.
To catch the bus back to the airport, head back to the closest Aerobus stop. The two stops, that are most likely going to be the most convenient are Plaça de Catalunya and Plaça d’Espanya.
IMPORTANT: Aerobus has 2 buses heading to El Prat Airport: Bus T1 and T2, with the numbers indicating the Terminal. It’s important to check which terminal your flight is leaving from, as they are 4 km away. There is a shuttle connecting both Terminals if you mess up, but if you short on time, you most likely don’t need the extra hassle.
How to get around Barcelona
Unlike Granada or Sevilla, Barcelona is a big city. Yes, you will be able to walk plenty, but no matter where you stay, some attractions will be further away. You will most likely need to use Uber or public transportation. As it happens, Barcelona’s Metro is very well built and really easy to use. If you have limited time in Barcelona, and want to see as much as possible, getting around by Metro is my number 1 advice. It’s easy to use, cheap and reliable.
If you are in Barcelona for a few days, the best deal is to get the T-Casual subway card. The card was introduced in 2020 and replaces the T10 card. Just like the old card, T-Casual is valid for 10 journeys up to 75 minutes. However, unlike T10, you cannot share T-Casual card with other people.
T-Casual card costs €11.35 and is valid for 10 rides from 1-6 zones ( up to 75 minutes per journey ). A single ride ticket costs €2.40, so you get it for half the price with the card. 10 rides might seem like a lot, but I used mine up during my 4 days in Barcelona.
Weather in Barcelona in November
Barcelona in November is very pleasant weather wise. While it’s no longer beach weather, the temperatures are nice and actually perfect for sight seeing. During my 4 days in the city it was sunny and 60 F most of the time. It rained briefly one morning, but it cleared up by noon. It does get chilly once the sun goes down, so dressing in layers is key. Speaking of sundown, it starts getting dark early, around 6 pm. So keep that in mind, especially if you are used to the long, bright days in Europe during the summer.
Safety and pickpocketers
A lot is being said about the pickpocketing problem in Barcelona. I read about it in almost every other article or trip report prior to my visit. So now that I’ve spent 4 days in the city… Not to down play a problem, that I’m sure exists, but I wouldn’t get paranoid. I’m sure it happens, just like it happens in any big city, especially in very crowded places.
And that’s the key. That’s asking for it. It doesn’t make it right, but that’s asking for it. If you are a guy and don’t do that, and if you are a woman, who doesn’t walk around with an open purse swinging around walking down busy places like La Rambla or around La Boqueria Market, you will be fine. Keep your belongings close to you, and pay attention to your surroundings. Same in Barcelona as anywhere else.
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The month of November is when the fewest amount of tourists visit Barcelona. This is mainly due to the fact that the temperatures start to fall considerably, although you will still find that they are considerably higher than in most other European countries. It’s also true that most people who want to visit Barcelona either do so two or three months earlier to benefit from the better weather, or prefer to wait another month so that their visit coincides with the Christmas period.
Temporary exhibitions in Barcelona during the month of November
Fiestas, festivals and events that take place in November in Barcelona
(All Saints Day in Barcelona)
Known in Catalan as Diada de Tots Sants, this festivity is celebrated on 1st November, making it the only public holiday in the month of November (with the exception of Sundays of course) in Barcelona. From the Christian tradition, it has its origins in the ‘Día de los Difuntos’ or ‘All Souls Day’ (2nd November), when it is said that the souls of the departed visit those who are still alive.
Therefore, on 1st November it’s the living who visit their departed friends and relatives in cemeteries, taking floral tributes and saying prayers for their loved ones. If you are interested in visiting some of the monumental graves or pantheons that have architectural significance in Montjuïc Cemetery or in Poblenou Cemetery, we recommend avoiding doing so on All Saints Day.
More information about All Saints Day
There aren’t any events taking place.
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La Castanyada in Barcelona
La Castanyada is one of the oldest traditions in Catalunya. It takes place on All Saints Day and on this day families get together to eat products that are in season, such as chestnuts (hence the name of the festival, as the word ‘castanya’ means ‘chestnut’), sweet potatoes, the delicious Panellets, which are the traditional desserts eaten on the festival and preserved fruits.
More information about La Castanyada
There aren’t any public events.
Barcelona’s Voll Damm International Jazz Festival
From the end of October right through to the end of November this well-known jazz festival takes place in many stages and venues throughout the city.
More information about Barcelona Voll Damm International Jazz Festival
From the end of October to March.
Various stages in Barcelona and the surrounding areas.
€ €10 / €45.
Saló del Manga (Barcelona’s Manga Festival)
Depending on the year, the Saló del Manga starts during the last weekend of October or the first of November. Since it first began in 1995, both the number of visitors to the Manga convention and its international profile have grown massively, which makes Barcelona’s Salón del Manga one of the most important festivals dedicated to Manga and Japanese culture in the world.
More information about Barcelona’s Manga Festival
To be confirmed.
Fira de Barcelona – Montjuïc.
€ €5 / €7 (you can get a pass for the whole festival for €20).
World Press Photo Barcelona
Every year in April and May Barcelona’s Centre for Contemporary Culture (CCCB) puts on World Press Photo, which is considered the most important and recognised annual press photography competition.
More information about World Press Photo
To be confirmed.
€ €4 / €6 (free of charge on Sundays from 15:00 to 20:00).
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In spite of the fact that in November there’s still a fair way to go before Christmas, there are already many signs of the forthcoming festivities in Barcelona. One of the biggest examples is the switching on of the Christmas lights, which usually takes place during the penultimate or last week of November, and also the setting up of one of the city’s ice rinks, that which is located in the Plaça de Catalunya.
More information about Pre-Christmas
From the last week of November.
Various pre-Christmas events in different places throughout the city.
Hotels and other accommodation in November in Barcelona
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Entrance to clubs
Weather and temperature in November in Barcelona
The climate in Barcelona throughout November isn’t nearly as chilly as that in central or Northern Europe. However, it’s quite a lot colder than in the preceding month of October, and although it rarely reaches 0º it’s quite possible that it will get fairly close at some point, especially during the last few days of the month. As far as the rain is concerned, November is the 5th most rainy month of the year, but its actual rainfall statistics aren’t that high.
Climate statistics for November
Average maximum temperature: 17ºC.
Average minimum temperature: 7.2ºC.
Average overall temperature: 11.3ºC.
Average rainfall: 59mm.
Sunrise: 07:23 (1st November) – 07:57 (30th November).
Sunset: 17:47 (1st November) – 17:23 (30th November).
Advantages and drawbacks
At first glance many people perhaps think that visiting Barcelona at such a quiet time of year for tourists could only be full of drawbacks, but we can assure you that coming in November has as many advantages as planning your trip during any other month of the year.
Cheapest prices: as it’s off-peak season, flight prices and accommodation rates are cheaper, so you’re likely to get a bargain and save yourselves some money.
Far fewer tourists: which means there will be fewer queues at the most touristic sights.
The chance to try a good hot chocolate: although this is something you’ll be able to do throughout the year, with the arrival of the colder weather in November you’ll appreciate a good hot chocolate even more. You can go to various places for your hot chocolate, but we recommend that you head to one of the best ‘granjas’ or chocolate cafés in the city: Dulcinea, La Pallaressa, Viader, Xocolata Pirineus or Chocolates Brescó.
Trying the typical seasonal produce: you will be able to try the typical produce that is available in the autumn, such as Panellets (traditional small desserts eaten on 1st November for La Castanyada), chestnuts, sweet potato and preserved fruit.
Colder temperatures: It’s the month in which the temperatures get quite a lot colder. In spite of this, the tourists who come from Central or Northern Europe or from other colder countries won’t even consider Barcelona’s temperatures to be cold.
Not being able to enjoy the sea: Walking along the city’s beaches and not being able to swim in the sea, or at least not without freezing!
Early sunset: In November it’s already dark by 18:00, as the days get shorter from mid-June and the clock change at the end of October means that it starts to get dark considerably earlier.
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What to do in Barcelona in November?
November is the beginning of one of the most beautiful seasons of the year, the Christmas season. In November in Barcelona, the calendar of events is filled with a variety of events that bring the holiday feeling closer: concerts, fairs, markets and the traditional lighting of Christmas lights. A great reason to escape from the gray days and enjoy your holidays in a Mediterranean city!
In general, November is probably the cheapest month to visit Barcelona. There are fewer tourists in the city, which automatically means lower prices for hotels and hostels, and in addition, you can enjoy the sights without crowds and lines, visit the most interesting restaurants and cafes in a comfortable environment and without prior reservation, and just spend time like the locals do . And although it is not the season of street parties and music festivals, the usual nightlife of the city is still in full swing, and during the day there is always something to do for children and adults.
“November is the cheapest month to visit Barcelona. You will also be able to enjoy the sights without crowds and queues, visit the most interesting restaurants and cafes in a comfortable environment and without prior reservation»
Weather in Barcelona in November 12 to 17°C. Nestled between the mountains and the sea, Barcelona can be cloudy and foggy in the mornings. The sun is pretty weak. It is not uncommon for temperatures in Barcelona to drop to 2 or 3°C at night in November. Rainy days about six. The water temperature in Barcelona in November is around 16-18 degrees, and if you are desperate enough, you can try diving in the Mediterranean Sea, but, in general, the swimming season is already over.
How to dress in Barcelona in November
If you dress warmly, you can have a great time on beautiful sunny days. It is fresh in the morning, and because of the wind, you will probably want to wrap yourself in a warm scarf and sit longer in a cozy cafe, enjoying local sweets. It is comfortable during the day, you can often walk in a sweater and an open jacket. Rain, especially in the middle of the month, is short and heavy, so it is better to hide somewhere under a canopy or visit an interesting place.
Be sure to check the weather forecast for Barcelona in November when you arrive before you fly, because in early November the weather in Barcelona can be very different from the end of the month, and advice on what to wear in Barcelona in November is not always universal. We recommend taking a warm autumn jacket and boots that are comfortable for walking a lot. A scarf, gloves and a sweater are almost mandatory.
“The weather in Barcelona in November remains pleasant but cool, with an average of 12 to 17°C. The water temperature is about 16-18 degrees”
Events and celebrations in Barcelona in November
Like any time of the year, there are more than enough events to keep you entertained day and night in the Catalan capital. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite things to do in Barcelona in November to help you plan your trip.
Celebration of All Saints Day
November begins with a holiday in Spain – El Día de Todos los Santos, or All Saints Day. It is a national public holiday to honor and remember the dead. But this is not a grim event; it is also the day people traditionally eat small round almond cakes called “panlets”. Look out for them on sale at bakeries across town.
What to do in Barcelona in November? One tradition of All Saints’ Day is to eat hot roasted chestnuts (“castañas” in Catalan) wrapped in newspapers. They are being sold by street vendors throughout the city and continue to be a brisk business throughout the winter. They also often sell fried sweet potatoes at the same stalls, a combination worth trying.
Visit La Sagrada Familia while you can!
Approximately 3 million people visit Gaudí’s masterpieces each year and they are often crowded, especially during the summer months. November is actually one of the best times to visit, as it’s one of the quietest months in the city for tourism, and you’ll be comfortable as you admire the whitewashed interior and climb the towers.
Taste and cook paella
You can’t leave Barcelona without tasting a Spanish specialty…but why not go ahead and learn how to make your own mix of rice and seafood (vegetarian options are also available)? During this fun entertainment, an experienced chef will share the secrets of great paella. In addition to participating in this culinary masterpiece, you will also learn how to make sangria. Great alternative to dinner at a restaurant!
Admire the beauty of nature in the Parc de la Ciutadella
Not all Barcelona trees change color in autumn, but many of them grow in the Ciutadella Park. November is a great month to take a walk in the park to enjoy the fall foliage. Grab your picnic supplies, rent a boat, or just take a walk and take in the sights. If you are visiting this place with children, pay attention to the zoo, which is located inside the park.
Eat tapas and watch flamenco
The hugely popular “tapas and flamenco” event is perfect for lovers of Spanish culture who want to experience two of the country’s most typical traditions, both of which also have strong roots in Catalonia. First, you can watch a passionate 40-minute flamenco concert in the central tablao, and then try authentic dishes served throughout Spain. The event takes place every night.
Book a wine tasting with a sommelier
Spanish wines are very affordable and highly underrated. At this fun-filled workshop in the city centre, you will taste five local Catalan wines with an experienced sommelier who will first introduce you to a few smell and taste features to practice your palate. The wines are paired with fine cheeses and by the end of the session you will leave with a firm appreciation for local vintages and a better understanding of wine in general. A tasting can also be arranged at your hotel or apartment.
Make new friends at the bar
Catalonia’s nightlife capital is just as lively at night as it is during the day, and a local bar crawl of some of the city’s best nightlife is a great way to experience the nightlife. Starting with a bar with beer and live music in the Gothic Quarter, wander through the streets of the old town to some more authentic bars, and then end the evening with a late dinner. Alternatively, you can do all this in company with our guides to see places where locals go and which are usually hidden from tourists.
Visit the Camp Nou
Try to visit the football matches and games in Barcelona in November to see the mighty FC Barcelona in action! But you can also sign up for the Camp Nou Tour, which takes you around the legendary 99,000-seat stadium, see the pitch, the dressing rooms and of course the FC Barcelona Museum – with one whole room dedicated to Messi!
Feel the beginning of the Christmas season
At the end of November, the first signs of the Christmas season begin to appear in Barcelona, such as festive markets and festive light displays. The exact dates change from year to year, but you will definitely start noticing some Christmas events taking place around the city. There are some frankly quirky traditions in Catalonia this time of year, so it’s worth checking out and buying some caganer figurines at one of the markets.
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Barcelona in November: reviews of tourists
According to many guests of the city, it is definitely worth buying tickets to Barcelona in November. Look at the photos and videos of Barcelona in November and you will see that this is a really beautiful city, both at the beginning of the month, when the golden autumn comes, and at the end, when the city is decorated with Christmas lights.
We at FUNBCN are ready to organize the best holidays in our favorite city for you: we will tell you what events in Barcelona in November are worth visiting on the dates of your stay, we will help you buy tickets, organize a transfer, organize a flash mob greeting and much more. Contact us for any questions related to holidays and holidays in Barcelona, and your vacation will be amazing!
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