Barcelona at Night

What to Do in Barcelona at Night

November 23, 2016 10:00 am

When the sun starts to set, this city really comes to life, check out some of the top things to do in Barcelona at night!

If you’re looking for an evening of fun in Barcelona, we’re here to help! From cocktails and live shows to food, drink and more, check out some unmissable nocturnal festivities that should be on your Barcelona bucket list!

Palau De La Musica Catalana for a concert

Music lovers will be in for a treat! This place was opened back in 1908 and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Performances range from symphonic and chamber music to jazz and traditional Cançó . If there’s something on while you’re here that you like the sound of, get it booked as soon as you can as tickets sell out quickly.

Mirablau Cocktail Bar for cocktails

This isn’t just any old cocktail bar. Perched on Mount Tibidabo, you’re spoilt with an insane view out the huge windows of the Mediterranean, the Sagrada Familia and most of the city. With a traditional and unique cocktail list, it’s the perfect place for a romantic drink, or to kick back with friends after wandering all day. Whether you’re letting your hair down before a big night or having a casual catch-up, this spot is a real treat.

Barcelona at night La rambla

Stroll along Las Ramblas for food and drinks

This is unashamedly touristy, but who cares?! Take in the sounds, smells, tastes and sights as you stroll down this buzzing hub of activity. With a bustling atmosphere around the clock, it’s an unmissable hotspot that should be on every Barcelona bucket list.

Visit the Magic Fountain of Montjuïc

Not only will the kids love this, we’re sure you will too! It’s beautiful, and one of the more mesmerising things to do in Barcelona at night. Step back and watch the water fountain, light show and sounds mingle into a fantastical display. A top tip for this one, as it can be quite busy in the evenings, keep a close eye on your little ones as it can be difficult to see further than a few metres in the darkness, especially after looking at bright lights.

Jamón Experience to sample some culinary delights

Right opposite the iconic Boqueria Market, this is the perfect place for the foodies out there. With six different types of jamón to sample all washed down with a refreshing cava, wine or beer, this is the quintessential tasting experience to whet your Catalan appetite!

Not only is the city a sun-soaked enclave of fun during the day, but there are also so many things to do in Barcelona at night, so you’re in for a real treat! Did we miss out on something? Let us know your favourite things to do in Barcelona after the sun goes down in the comments.

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