Summer nights in Barcelona are full of life. The city has numerous proposals for those who prefer to enjoy some free time without crowds. If you are one of those who are on fire when the sun goes down, do not miss the best nightlife activities that from MH Apartments we’ve selected for you.
Nighttime activities in La Pedrera
If you love the art of Gaudí, one of the greatest artistic exponents of the city, you’ll love the nocturnal experiences of La Pedrera!
On the one hand ‘Gaudi’s Pedrera: The Origins’ includes a night itinerary for the different areas of this modernist building: the courtyards of Paseo de Gracia and Provença, the Espai Gaudí… until up to the rooftop, where an audiovisual show of videomapping projects will show you the life and work of the artist. All of this comes accompanied by a glass of cava and privileged views. You can also buy this experience with a dinner at the Café de La Pedrera.
On the other hand, if you prefer to enjoy good music, take a look at the schedule of the ‘Summer Nights at La Pedrera’. You also have to access to the Espai Gaudí, and you’ll find some jazz concerts of local and international musicians in the rooftop. The best soundtrack to contemplate the architecture of Gaudí at night.
‘Magic Nights’ at Casa Batlló
Another place to discover the art of Gaudí is at Casa Batlló, where you will also find evening activities in the ‘Magic Nights’ program. A unique opportunity to live a full tour of the building until the climax at the Terrat del Drac: live music, two drinks and an amazing night atmosphere.
Dining under the stars in the Fabra Observatory
The Fabra Observatory is at the top of the Tibidabo mountain, and it is the fourth oldest active astronomical observatory in the world. You can have guided tours day and night, but each summer it offers an exclusive activity: dining under the stars. This experience takes place outdoors at one of the viewpoints of the observatory. The menu is designed by Miquel Guimerà, chef of Gourmet Paradís. At the end of dinner you can also visit the museum, a hall of the early twentieth century and the great dome. In addition, you will be able to observe various astronomical elements through a telescope dating from 1904. Clearly such a romantic plan!
Medieval show at the Palau Requesens
A fight of knights with swords, juggling and fire, Arab dancers and a good dinner. An experience worthy of the Middle Age in a perfect place for it as the Palau Requesens. The evening starts with a glass of cava and a guided tour for this 14th century castle. The night continues with a medieval-style dinner (also with vegetarian option) enlivened by music of that age. At the end, you’ll enjoy with a show that it will recreate a perfect night of the Isabel de Requesens’ life.
If the hot temperature of Barcelona don’t let you sleep, you’ll find the solution in an ice bar! Icebarcelona is located on the beach of the Vila Olímpica, between Shôko and Pacha clubs. You will enjoy this fun proposal that includes a drink and warm clothing with a temperature of 5 degrees below zero. A very original activity that is also suitable for children! When you cannot hold the cold, you can go up to the terrace available to retrieve your own temperature and admire the sea views.
However, if you are more classic and want your holiday to Europe is full of luxurious details provided, then the best option for you is to book a room in Prague or a room in Barcelona that will become your haven of peace.
Cover photo: La Pedrera-Casa Milà