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Experience the magic of the night: Barcelona night tours

By | 16 June, 2020 | 0 comments

Two completely different cities in one. Barcelona may have one side by day, but an equally thrilling one by night. That’s why it’s so important to discover both on your next trip to our glorious city. The atmosphere and spectacular lighting – both in hidden corners and vast monuments alike – are just one incentive to avoid hitting the hay so early… Night tours of Barcelona aren’t just about cocktails in trendy bars and listening to good music anymore.

Barcelona de noche

Now you can enjoy tours of the city’s biggest and best monuments and tourist attractions, like Casa Milá and Casa Batlló, or even nightly light and sound shows at the Magical Fountain of Montjüic. All this and more so you can make the most of the opportunities and thrills only a city like Barcelona can offer after sunset.

The best nightlife ideas: Barcelona night tours

Some attractions are great under the hot Spanish sun, but others take on a whole new edge once night has fallen. More and more night tours of Barcelona are springing up everywhere you look, taking advantage of all the magic of the night and the unique ambience it creates. Two of Gaudí’s masterpieces throw open their doors to the most cultured night owls.

Casa Milá, also known as ‘La Pedrera’ or ‘the stone quarry’, offers guided tours by night. All the excitement of this architectural gem complemented by an audiovisual tour on the roof terrace where lights, colours and sounds playfully mingle using the chimneys as improvised backdrops. What’s more, Casa Batlló also makes use of its enormous potential as a nocturnal destination to complete your night tour of the city with live concerts on the rooftop during the summer months.

One of the most special nighttime attractions in Barcelona has to be the Magical Fountain of Montjüic. Its light and sound show captivates everyone lucky enough to be there. A place where the night in Barcelona comes alive, spellbinding and captivating. Every weekend, hundreds of people surround the fountain to enjoy one of the most impressive choreographed water performances in the world.

Apart from these popular nightly attractions in Barcelona, there are plenty of others that may be less well-known, but equally thrilling. One of them is Iglesia de Santa María del Pi in the heart of the Gothic Quarter. For two hours after sunset, you can enjoy a backstage tour of this magnificent church, parts of which are off limits during normal opening hours. A visit with an unmistakable shroud of mystery, where visitors are swept back to the Middle Ages…

Some of the best viewpoints in Barcelona are also well worth visiting during the night hours. Some, such as the Carmel Bunkers, are better for sunset itself, but others, such as the Fabra Observatory, are perfect for when the only thing lighting up the sky are the stars. Here, a variety of nightly activities are on offer to help you explore the heavens, including wonderful dinners in the summer months, as well as uninterrupted panoramic views of the city that truly shines in its own special way after the sun goes down.

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