Anger in Madrid but calm in Barcelona at extended lockdown
Contrast is stark between reactions in Spain’s two biggest cities to being excluded from relaxation of coronavirus measures
For the past five days, millions of people in Spain have once again been able to indulge in moments of luxury that would have been mundane routines just two months ago.
Across half the country, they have been able to meet up with friends and family, and to sit outside bars and sip a café con leche or a cold, refreshing caña (beer). But not so in Madrid or Barcelona.