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Best rooftop bars in Barcelona

Are you looking for the best rooftops bars in Barcelona? Let us help you to discover the perfect spot. Scroll down and find the best rooftop bars in this amazing Mediterranean city.

Best rooftop bars in Barcelona by neighborhoods

Gothic quarter Barcelona

Located right in the heart of the old city, the Gothic quarter is one of the most popular neighbourhoods in Barcelona. Extremely visited because of all the emblematic and historical buildings around and its proximity to the beach. Its narrow streets, full of local shops and inviting bars, will make you fall in love. Moreover, you will find some of the best rooftops in Barcelona. Some of them with pool, others with panoramic views over this incredible and sunny city.

Sky Bar at Grand Hotel Central: Doyou want to avoid disappointment? Don’t miss this amazing rooftop with a seemingly endless pool and impressive views of almost the whole city. However, be cautious with the limited public access to the terrace, you can obviously make a reservation.

Rooftop Colón at Colón Hotel:  A bird’s eye view of the Barcelona Cathedral in the Gothic Quarter, this rooftop has some of the most stunning views of the city. Due to its extraordinary location, this spot offers you Montjuic on the one hand and the port of Barcelona in the other hand.

The Wittmore Hotel: If you are looking for a special spot near impossible to find, this oasis of elegance lends the experience of a speakeasy feel. Located in the middle of the gothic quarter, it is pretty close from many touristic attractions and the Port of Barcelona. 

The Roof, The Barcelona Edition: This rooftop offers an unbeatable panoramic view of the city and offers food and drink to both guests and the local community. You also can order tasty dishes to share while enjoying the experience in such luxury terrace.

Rooftop bars Barcelona Las Ramblas

Being the most iconic Street in Barcelona, Las Ramblas divides the Old Town in two parts: The Gothic Quarter and the Raval. Concretely, it starts at Plaça Catalunya with the Rambla Canaletes and links with the boulevard to the Maremagnum shopping centre on the Port Vell. In other words, it joins the city centre ad the sea together.

Ohla Chillout Terrace at Ohla Barcelona: As its name implies, Ohla Chillout Terrace is the perfect spot to grab a drink and chill out under the sun with an incredible view of the city. It is absolute escape from the chaos of the city with its laid-back, relaxed vibes and pool. If you are looking for a luxurious rooftop in summer, this is an excellent place to enjoy the sunny day.

La Isabela at HOTEL 1898: This rooftop is a marvellous airy escape from the Barcelona’s busiest street. It is an incredible spot to enjoy the pool for cooling off, the super-comfy sofas, the house-made cocktails and the sensational views. La Isabela is a highly stylish and luxury terrace, where good vibes are guaranteed.

The pulitzer Barcelona: An evening of music in an amazing spot?  Located in the Barcelona’s busiest square, the Terraza del Pulitzer is exactly what you are looking for. Its urban garden is the perfect place to kick back and relax on a temperature-friendly night. An evening of music in the same league as any of Barcelona’s fashionable nightlife spots. Enjoy the music, the careful selection of cocktails prepared by its bartenders and its well-know DJs from various clubs and collectives.

Rooftop bars near Sagrada Familia

The Sagrada Familia is often at the top of any list you’ll find about things to do in Barcelona, and for good reason. This incredible masterpiece designed by Gaudi is the most visited building in Barcelona.

Ayre Hotel Rosellón: This hotel has a terrace with exclusive 360º views of the city. Situated directly in front of the Sagrada Família, the terrace offers visitors a perfect spot to sit and relax, alone or accompanied, while you admire the Sagrada Familia basilica, the most visited monument in Spain. 

Barcelona Gaudi rooftop

El Cel de Gaudí Rooftop Bar: It is the perfect spot to relax with a cocktail while contemplating the genius of Gaudí. The chill-out terrace spans the hotel’s top floor, offering unrivaled views across the fanciful chimneys of La Pedrera (Casa Milà), as well as chic outdoor seating and a sparkling plunge pool.

Casa Milà Roof Terrace: For an unforgettable evening in Barcelona, visit the top of La Pedrera. Also known as Casa Milà, this is one of the city’s most alluring and emblematic buildings, providing a fascinating insight into the architect’s brilliant, organic-inspired work.

To sum up, Barcelona offers many different activities. You can enjoy a delicious paella in some incredible restaurants or visit the most famous cultural park in Spain.