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From noon till late hours of night, Milano Cocktail Bar welcomes patrons into its elegant atmosphere to enjoy a drink or feast on traditional tapas. Renowned for its cocktails, do not leave this place without trying a few of their interesting concoctions. Green Almond, Gentleman Apple, Picasso, Lady Sour and the Watermelon Martini are highly recommended. In the afternoons, patrons are given a trip back in time, as the restaurant recreates a 1940s ambiance. Nights at this place are brought alive by soothing melodies strummed by Jazz musicians.
Plaça Urquinaona is located at the Eixample district of Barcelona. The square has been named after José María de Urquinaona y Vidot, the bishop of Barcelona in 1878. This historic square is easily accessible via public transport and numerous accommodation facilities, restaurants and bars surround the plaza, making it an important address of the city.
Parròquia de Santa Anna is a parish affiliated to the Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem. Founded in 1141, this former convent illustrates the Romanesque school of architecture, while its later refurbishments display the Gothic style. Renowned for this very architectural blend, it is replete with splendid archways, bare bricks, Renaissance accents, chandeliers and a rustic chapel. It is a recognized National Heritage Monument and popular tourist attraction. It hosts regular mass, as well as special Holy Sacraments.
This was the first, among commercial theaters, but not alternative theaters, to open two auditoria with simultaneous performances. Its normal program includes comedies, performed by well-known comedians who have been coming for several years, or companies offering different kinds of shows such as recitals, cabaret, etc., with entertainment of a satirical kind always guaranteed. The theater is cozy and comfortable and right in the city center in one of its amazing emblematic avenues, the Ramblas.
Immerse in the Catalan spirit at the Rambla de Canaletes, the first walkway you'll encounter while strolling down Las Ramblas. The landmark takes its name from the iconic Font de Canaletes, a small fountain where Barça soccer fans gather to celebrate victories. According to legend, if you drink from this fountain, you're guaranteed a return to Barcelona one day. Visitors are also likely to come across performers playing rock or Andean music surrounded by crowds of entertained bystanders. At once charming and energetic, the Rambla de Canaletes is a cosmopolitan area that can't be missed.