Madrid and Barcelona follow starkly different paths out of lockdown
As bars and restaurants plan for further easing of coronavirus rules, an argument is raging over terraces and public space
As Madrid and Barcelona prepare for the next phase of lockdown loosening, they have radically different visions for how best to return to that crucial part of Spanish life, sitting on a terraza, cup, glass or snack in hand.
The two-month shutdown has given restaurateurs plenty of time to weigh up their options. But hopes that the reopening of outside tables will even begin to make up for the lost income appear wildly premature.