Barcelona by night is completely different to what it is during the day. The city offers atmospheric areas catering to any taste. If you want to dine out, the port area is home to a large number of bars and restaurants. But the Mare Magnum walkway is possibly the most attractive area. The actual Mare Magnum building is surrounded by a walkway used as a breakwater, and stretches out into the sea, making the perfect place to sit and eat dinner. Any of the restaurants here have a terrace and, weather permitting, you can dine surrounded by boats and the Mediterranean Sea. For a later night plan, almost all the central areas have a great atmosphere, but the best are the Gothic Quarter, the Raval and La Rambla, as they combine the cosmopolitan and the old neighbourhood atmospheres. You can walk to any of these areas from the port. At night, these stone streets are lively and filled with people outside bars and pubs. Both Real Plaza and Seu Plaza have a thoroughly enjoyable nocturnal atmosphere, and it is not uncommon to see tourists and locals drinking their first drink of the night outside the Cathedral.
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