Things not to do in Barcelona
Laying on the beach and drinking sangria aside, I think my favorite activity in Barcelona is deciphering the graphic signs that dot the city. Some state the obvious: don’t break public property. Others bring up the not-so-obvious: how many people are releasing caged birds in the park? The rest make you wonder what the heck was going on in Barcelona: do you really need to remind people not to pee in the street? In Barcelona, I guess so.
In Barcelona, we have indoor plumbing. Use it.
Wild birds only. We don’t want your sissy domestic ones.
If you break your foot kicking a bench, don’t come crying to us.
I get the “no fishing” thing. But I’m not sure where exactly you’re supposed to walk, surrounded by ocean and tall fences.
Apparently you are allowed (and maybe even encouraged?) to sweep the beaches, but soap in the showers is forbidden.
Don’t walk in the bike lines. Or risk the consequences.