New concept at our Rooftop!

619 Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes 08007 Barcelona Spain
Opening hours.
12:30PM - 12:30 AM

Our rooftop bar Azimuth reopens with a new and innovative concept!

Explore our two varieties of around the world street food, the classic side and the green side, each showcasing local ingredients, fresh flavours and the spirit of the respective culture. Enjoy our vegetarian line of international street food, including vegan options, where the green side takes center stage in the composition without taking away the true flavour of every dish. 

Discover the essence of each country in a snack. 

About New concept at our Rooftop!

Discover the green side with our marinated vegetable kebab with kimchi emulsion, a vegetable protein frankfurt with crispy onion and relish or a mushroom and calçots croquette. Or enjoy the most classical side with our Pad Thai with prawns and tamarindo sauce, marinated pork tacos with pineapple, coriander and onion, and many more dishes that will make you enjoy the culinary richness of each continent.

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You can find all kinds of events in Barcelona all year long.

La Mercè is the patron saint of Barcelona, it is an annual festival and popular celebration held in public places all over the city, it has a huge program of events and traditional activities such as human castles, street parades or concerts.

You can enjoy this traditional festival between September 22nd and 25th.

During this month, visitors can enjoy the different Christmas markets that the city offers, the most relevant are Santa Llúcia Market and Sagrada Familia Market. 

People can visit the Barcelona traditional Christmas nativity scene, which is held in Marès Museum.

If you visit Barcelona during this month, it is a must to go for a walk around its streets to see the Christmas lights and decoration. You will find ice skating rinks, one of them located in the iconic Modernist enclosure of Sant Pau, where a Christmas light spectacle takes place.

What to do in Barcelona

Barcelona has a lot of activities to offer during the whole year. If you plan to visit on the first month of the year, here are some things that you might not want to miss: 

In February we celebrate Carnival in Barcelona. This year, it starts on February 8th, the so-called "Dijous Gras" with the "Arribo" (arrival), when the Carnival King presents himself to the crowd and, with the help of his 7 ambassadors, spreads his carnival spirit to the population. This act is followed by the parade of the Carnival King, the most important event of this festivities. From February 8th to 14th, Barcelona will be full of cavalcades, parades, parties and fun.

On February 11th, on Sant Jaume square, you will find the most typical Catalan tradition: castellers. Castells are human towers between six and ten people high, it is originally from Catalonia and was declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by the UNESCO. If you are in Bacelona on February 11th, it is worth a visit to immerse yourself in the local culture.