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A Night Out in Barcelona, Spain

Annie Schlechter 15 Quick Summer Getaways

Photo: Annie Schlechter

Spain's reigning city of style peaks in the summer, when long siestas give way to dining at midnight, dancing until dawn, then sleeping until lunchtime. Once you land, there's no need to shift the body clock. Those in the know head to the hip El Born district, where centuries-old buildings house all-night bars and edgy shops.

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Destinations: Barcelona

Themes: Food + Drink

Hotels (1)

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    Grand Hotel Central

    In Las Ramblas, these 147 rooms have dark wood floors and spacious bathrooms; head to the rooftop infinity pool for spectacular views of Barri Gòti

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    El Xampanyet

    Since 1929, this El Born district bar has been serving tapas such as patatas bravas, fresh anchovies in vinegar, and butifarra, a Catalan sausage. 

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    Santa Caterina Market

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