Museu i Centre d’Estudis de l’Esport Dr Melcior Colet
Puig i Cadafalch’s Casa Company (1911) looks like an odd Tyrolean country house and is marvellously out of place. A collection of...
Electro is the leitmotif in this middle-sized dance place dominated by a single giant mirror ball at the stage end, where earlier in the...
Dalí used to regularly waltz into this high-society eatery after it opened in 1967. The vaguely art deco setting (note the oval...
Carrer de Loreto 50 · interesting places nearby
Rituels d’Orient information
True to name, Rituels d'Orient offers a setting that resembles a Moroccan fantasy with its dark woods, window grills, candle lighting and ancient-looking stone walls. It's a fine setting for luxuriating in hammams and indulging in massages, body scrubs and other treatments.