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Chicago traffic is notoriously difficult, so avoid the fight by taking public transit to Chicago O’Hare International (ORD). Both the "L" train and Metra North line service this airport. Flight duration is typically just over nine hours, so settle in and relax. After disembarking at Barcelona El Prat De Llobregat (BCN), hop on either the A1 or A2 bus to get to your final destination.
Step back in time with a trip to Barri Gotic. This oldest portion of the city allows visitors to revel in classic Spanish architecture. While in the area, make a spiritual stop at La Seu; Barcelona's largest cathedral that rests in the center of the neighborhood. For a modern stop, explore the Picasso Museum. This museum houses numerous works by famed artist, and Spain native, Pablo Picasso. For beautiful views, stop by the Montjuic Castle, a hilltop castle that dates back to the mid-17th century.
If you want close proximity to a drool-worthy selection of fresh seafood; stay in Barceloneta. For a break from the more touristy areas of Barcelona, choose a hotel in Poble Sec.
While the temperature does drop some from November to March, the weather is generally always quite mild in Barcelona. If you prefer the cool, visit during the winter months. If you plan to spend much of your time on the beach, visit in summer.