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History Museum of Catalonia

40 locals recommend ·

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Sebas
Sebas
October 06, 2019
Bar on the rooftop with great views
Diana
Diana
July 14, 2019
food and drinks in the terrace with nice view
Andrea
Andrea
July 10, 2019
Not only is this a Catalonia history museum, but there is a secret rooftop terrace/bar/restaurant with couches, umbrellas etc. Enter the museum and head to the top floor. You will normally see someone outside the entrance door leaning on a podium. Great views which make the drinks a bit more…
Giselle
Giselle
June 27, 2019
In the terrace, that's totally free and open to the public you can find a nice spot to catch one of the nicest views of the port of barcelona. Please don't hesitate to ask me how to get there, but it's really easy, you get into the museum but go directly by the elevator to the top floor, the terrace…
Pal
Pal
July 04, 2018
Museo and the best is the Restaurant : 1881 La terraza de las Indianas Characteristics: With views to the Yacht Club, Paseo Colon and city, Cocktails, Cpas, dinners, Romantic, Open in winter Zone: Ciutat Vella Address: Plaça de Pau Vila 3 -08039 Barcelona - Telephone: 932 210 050 Opening hours:…

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Location
3 Plaça de Pau Vila
Barcelona, CT 08003
Phone+34 932 25 47 00
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Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Tuesday 10:00 AM