The art of enjoying the evenings: how to make the most of every last hour of the day in Barcelona.

Barcelona is a city that knows how to enjoy every moment of the day, but the evenings hold something special. At La Terraza del Pulitzer, they know this better than anyone else.

When in Barcelona you start hearing "Bona tarda," you know one of the most magical moments of the city is drawing closer: sunset. That awaited and special time of day when the sun begins to bid farewell and the city is bathed in a warm golden glow. Here in Barcelona, we know how to make the most of those golden hours, especially when the weather turns pleasant, and we're going to tell you how to do it. We're clear about it: there's nothing better than enjoying an evening in pure Barcelona style.


As the day starts to fade, the Gothic Quarter and El Born gain even more charm. Take advantage of the last hours of the day to wander through its narrow cobbled streets, and you'll see how the sun plays with the impressive Gothic architecture that surrounds you. Yes, it's the perfect time for those Instagram photos that will make you wonder, am I a professional photographer? In El Born, where the ancient city walls blend with modern bars and art galleries, you'll find many locals enjoying the day with a tapa and a cocktail in hand.


However, if you're what is now known as a "sunset hunter," head to the gardens of the National Art Museum of Catalonia. It's very easy to get to, located on the Montjuic mountain with direct access from Plaza España. Find a corner on one of its balconies and relax as the sky is painted with pastel colors and the sun dips below the horizon.


But if you want to take your experience to another level, literally, La Terraza of Hotel Pulitzer is the place you're looking for.

#BuenasTardesPulitzer: The perfect plan to end the day

On the sixth floor of Hotel Pulitzer hides one of the city's best-kept secrets: La Terraza del Pulitzer. Here, every evening turns into a party thanks to the #BuenasTardesPulitzer sessions. This event brings together the best DJs from the local emerging scene, making your feet move almost unconsciously. From sophisticated house beats to funky and electronic rhythms, each day brings a musical surprise that you can check on their lineup.

And, of course, the experts in evening outings don't live on music alone. The menu at La Terraza offers you a culinary journey around the world through the best street food dishes. The Korean Chicken Yakitoris, with scallions and sesame, will transport you directly to the streets of Seoul. The grilled Carnita Tacos, with avocado and pico de gallo, will make you feel like you're in a lively Mexican market. And the ripe plantain Tostones with homemade guacamole are a tropical delight that will make you want more and more.

We can't forget about the cocktails. The expert mixologists at La Terraza have crafted a menu of signature cocktails that also take you on a journey with every sip. From bold creations like the Chili Tango, which combines green mezcal, chili liqueur, lime, mango, and agave, to the classic mojito. Each cocktail is designed to perfectly complement the relaxed and vibrant atmosphere of the terrace.

And after La Terraza, what's next?

If after #BuenasTardesPulitzer you still crave more, Barcelona has options for every taste. You can head to the Gràcia neighborhood, known for its lively squares and alternative bars. Or if you prefer something more sophisticated, the Eixample has an endless array of cocktail bars and elegant clubs.

For live music lovers, Razzmatazz is the place to be. This legendary club offers a diverse lineup ranging from concerts by international bands to sessions by renowned DJs.