Barcelona at Night, Palau de la Generalitat
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Barcelona at Night, Palau de la Generalitat

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Barcelona at Night, Palau de la Generalitat

Barcelona at Night Palau de la Generalitat

I like wandering along the street of Barcelona at night. After sunset, the Ciutat Vella – the old city – gets a different charm which is both lively and intimate. I guess that most of the appeal of Barcelona at night is due to the old street lamps, shedding a warm light on the old buildings.

[pullquote]There’s more than the Ramblas in Barcelona at night. Discover the intimate charm of Plaça Sant Jaume after dark[/pullquote]

Crowded during the day, at night Plaça Sant Jaume – the large square which is Barcelona administrative heart – becomes much quieter. The beautiful Palau de la Generalitat, a historical palace whose origins date back to the Middle Age, overlooks the Plaça. Its superb Renaissance façade becomes even more striking under the warm lighting, and makes me feel, for a little while, as I was back in time to another century.

 

More reading: Narrow Streets in Barcelona Gothic Quarter

 

About Simon

Travel addict and passionate about photography, Simon Falvo started Wild About Travel back in 2009. Leveraging her strong PR background, she developed an extensive knowledge of Digital Communications and Social Media Marketing. Besides travel writing SImon holds workshops and trainings, she collaborated with tourism boards for digital marketing campaigns and participated as a speaker at several events.
3 Comments
  • Traveling Ted
    Posted at 00:15h, 13 January Reply

    Those are some pretty cool light posts and lights.

  • Simon
    Posted at 08:03h, 10 January Reply

    Barcelona at night is more intimate, at least in certain streets and squares. I’m sure you would like it a lot, Catherine.

  • Cathy Sweeney
    Posted at 06:50h, 10 January Reply

    I only visited Ciutat Vella during the day so there were many people. It was still wonderful to walk around there, but I’d love to at night and see it like you did.

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