Torre d'Alta Mar
This cable car strung across the harbour to Montjuïc provides a eagle-eye view of the city. The cabins float between the Torre de Sant...
Club Natació Atlètic-Barcelona
This athletic club has one indoor and two outdoor pools. Of the latter, one is heated for lap swimming in winter. Admission includes use...
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Set inside the World Trade Center, this is a dapper restaurant-club with DJ sounds and a snappily dressed crowd. The food is fusion...
Suquet de l’Almirall
At this family business run by one of the acolytes of Ferran Adrià’s El Bulli restaurant, the order of the day is top-class seafood. A...
Lonely Planet review
Head 75m skyward to the top of the Torre de Sant Sebastià and take a ringside seat for magnificent city and waterfront views while dining on first-rate seafood. Menu hits include creamy rice with grilled prawns; scallops with artichoke, asparagus and ham; and roasted monkfish. Prices are steep (a multicourse lunch runs €48) and would seem poor value apart from the fine vistas.