Barcelona by night

In my opinion no hotel in Barcelona offers any thing so spectacular than the beautiful view from the balconies of our hotel. Ancient buildings, busy crowds  and vibrant city scenes make the view of the most popular square of Barcelona, Plaça Catalunya, a unique and real painting.

View of Plaça Catalunya

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I took amazing pictures while the sun was going down: the main ground is filled by the shapes of sails and the background seems to be on fire thanks to the hot colours of the burning sun.

Sunset from Palau de Mar

Then I walked to the modern bridge (Rambla de Mar), reaching Mare Magnum (have a look to the specific article:

From here I looked towards Montjuic and the reflection of the street lights mirrored in the sea.

It was a real romantic moment and the clouds made the athmosphere more involving!

I would reccomend to visit these places around sunsets. I am sure that I will remember this experience in Barcelona forever.

Sunset from MareMagnum


Valeria Puca – Hotel Ginebra