Best Barcelona Restaurants,Barcelona City Guide

  1. By Kevin
  2. On Sep 18, 2017
  3. Europe
  4. Travel Tips

Barcelona is one of the most romantic cities in the world,and on the 23 April it’s the day of San Jordi and also a day for lovers.Gifts are exchanged by loved ones and street corners overflow with flowers and books for this special day.Find the best Barcelona restaurants by our Barcelona city guide and enjoy your vacation there.

Barcelona City Guide

Carpe Diem Lounge Club


Passeig Maritim,32

08003 Barcelona

The Carpe Diem Lounge Club occupies a privileged spot on the sea front on the Paseo Marítimo de la Barceloneta.Carpe Diem was totally refurbished in 2009 with sophisticated Arab-inspired Bali influences and giant Buddhas that endow the room with a certain spirituality while making it highly original setting.

The restaurant offers a fusion menu that successfully combines Spanish dishes based on first-class Mediterranean ingredients with oriental-inspired and complex flavours.

El Cangrejo Lojo

Moll de Gregal,29-30–Puerto Olimpico


The Cangrejo Loco is located next to the sea in Barcelona with spectacular views of the sea and the Olympic port.

Barcelona City Guide

Torre d’Alta Mar

Passeig Joan de Borbo 88


Torre d’Alta Mar restaurant is on top of the 75 meter high Torre de Sant Sebastián

cable-car tower and a predominantly sea-food menu is cooked in traditional Catalan style.

La Fitora

Moll de Gregal,18–19,Port Olímpic


In the heart of the Olympic port is La Fitora,offering the best seafood available at reasonable prices.

La Miranda del Museu

Plaza Pau Vila–3–4th floor Attic–Barcelona 8039

La Miranda del Museo is a favorite of the Barcelona restaurants perched in the

Catalan History Museum building.You can sit on the terrace and enjoy the amazing views of Montjuic and Tibidabo.