End of the summer in Barcelona is the smell of roasted chestnuts, the first cool nights, constant attempts to not forget an umbrella, warm blanket and marine lineup dotted with surfers waiting for waves. Yet it is hard to believe that just two months left before the New Year, which already need to think about where and how to celebrate Christmas to give gifts. Bright sunshine warms not in autumn, all the walking in T-shirts, sunbathe on the beach, although it was exactly a week before Halloween and vegetable stalls scoff vengeance pumpkin.
Autumn evening so pleasant to wander around, wrapped in a scarf through the maze of the Old Town, admire the storefronts and slowly let go of the feeling of summer. If you walk around the Gothic Quarter, it is advisable to roll out into the street Petritxol and go to one of the oldest coffee shop for a cup of hot chocolate with churros. Although it is traditionally a treat for Madrid, Barcelona also have fans of crisp choux dough sticks, which are dipped in hot chocolate.
Two legendary places share the championship in cooking incredibly delicious hot chocolate and churros baking - Granja La Pallaresa Granja Dulcinea and. Both cafes have been opened in the forties and now four generations of a sweet tooth come here for your favorite "churros con chokolate". In addition, here is a great selection of pastries, cakes and other sweet delicacies. Handsome waiters in white shirts, Catalan grandparents, families with children and a magical feeling that time has stopped here. A cup of chocolate will cost € 2.5, and churros 1,50 €.
In addition to chocolate, this street is famous for its art galleries, for example, Sala Pares or Carre de Artistes. Be sure to go to admire the paintings of Catalan artists, galleries, collections are constantly updated, you can find great work and if you want to purchase personal collection.