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Barcelona nightlife for seniors

Written by Ingrid

Renowned for its wild nightlife, Barcelona is a great city for going out at night. In this article, ShBarcelona takes you away from the hectic club scene for a pleasant and peaceful evening; dinner, a glass of wine with friends or simply some nighttime sightseeing.

La Pedrera (Casa Mila)

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Photo via Pixabay

Visiting La Pedrera by day is memorable, but visiting at night is something else. Here you will discover Gaudi’s famous terrace with its wild ornamentation and panoramic view of Barcelona, whilst being serenaded by live music. In summer, enjoy the Noches de verano when La Pedrera provides a magnificent setting for live jazz performances. At any time of year, you can choose the combined day and night tour, and appreciate the changing aspects of Gaudi’s masterpiece.

Address: Provenca 261-265, 08008 Barcelona

Related article: Why you should visit Casa Milà

La Gambeta

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Photo via Pixabay

Situated in the neighbourhood of El Born, La Gambeta is a restaurant specializing in fresh seafood. With its mirror-clad stone walls, the restaurant offers an intimate atmosphere where you can be tempted by tapas, risotto or perhaps a delicious paella. Visit the restaurant’s website in order to check out the menu.

Address: Carrer de la Fusina 3, 08003 Barcelona

Abrassame

Opened in 2012, Abrassame is a family restaurant which offers a reasonably-priced menu in the Sants-Montjuïc neighbourhood, on the roof of the Las Arenas shopping centre. The restaurant boasts a comfortable interior, with a heated veranda and a terrace where you can enjoy fresh Mediterranean cuisine with panoramic views over Barcelona and the Plaça Espanya. You can view the menu and cocktail list here.

Address: Las Arenas – Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes 373-385

Related article: Where to listen to classical music in Barcelona

Dry Martini

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Photo by Quim Perelló via Visualhunt

Open for more than 30 years, Dry Martini is an English-style cocktail bar situated in the Eixample district. Known first and foremost for its martinis, today the bar boasts a large list of quality cocktails which has earned it a place on the ‘top 50 bars in the world’ list. You will no doubt be charmed by its clean-cut, classic style, experienced team and atmosphere straight out of an old-time English film. Not to be missed!

Address: Carrer Aribau 162-166, 08036 Barcelona

Palau de la Musica Catalana

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Photo by oriolsalvador via Visualhunt

Palau de la Musica Catalana is a prestigious monument situated in the El Born neighbourhood in the heart of Barcelona’s Ciutat Vella. With its Modernista architecture, the Palau offers a diverse and varied program of concerts to charm its visitors, including flamenco, acoustic guitar, jazz, classical and much more! A must for music-lovers!

Address: C/ Palau de la Musica 4-6, 08003 Barcelona

The rooftop of the Hotel Casa Fuster

What could be better than a glass of wine on a terrace with a wonderful view of Barcelona? The city is crammed full of unique rooftops, each one crazier than the last. Rooftop clubs where you can hardly hear yourself speak have become something of a cliché. Nevertheless, it is possible to have a beautiful view of Barcelona in a peaceful setting. Hotel Casa Fuster offers its incredible rooftop for an evening of elegance and intimacy. And the best part? You don’t have to be a hotel guest to enjoy the bar and its 5-star luxury.

Address: Passeig de Gracia 132, 08008 Barcelona

And after the perfect evening out, make sure you have the perfect place to stay. ShBarcelona’s website offers a variety of accommodation to suit your needs.

Barcelona nightlife for seniors
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About the author

Ingrid

Having studied English Language and Literature at university, Ingrid went on to obtain an MA in Classics. She currently works as a freelance writer, covering a variety of subjects, especially language, literature, history and archaeology.

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