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Bar terraces in Madrid to welcome the summer

By | 14 June, 2017 | 0 comments

It’s so hot in Madrid! Like every year, we go from winter to spring in just a few days and the temperatures rise and rise. On top of it all, there’s no beach in sight! However, this shouldn’t be an obstacle to enjoy a refreshing summer thanks to the best bar terraces in Madrid. The best cocktails, a great atmosphere and spectacular views of the city is what awaits you if you carry on reading.

The Roof
The famous district of Las Letras is one of the most popular amongst tourists in Madrid. Many bars and restaurants, a cosmopolitan and friendly atmosphere and some of the most charming streets in the city is what visitors can find in this traditional area. However, one of its most cherished treasures is The Roof, a bar terrace located in Plaza de Santa Ana. Here, they serve delicious cocktails in a chilled-out atmosphere with the whole of Madrid at your feet.
Terraza Cibeles
You’ve probably seen the famous statue of Cibeles in many different ways: in the daytime, at night, surrounded by sports fans celebrating a trophy or completely alone in the month of August. In any case, have you ever seen it from above? This unique view is the one you can enjoy at Terraza Cibeles, located at Plaza de Cibeles, 1, on the rooftop of Madrid City Hall! In this dining paradise, open every day, you will be able enjoy a wonderful breeze every night in summer.

The Círculo de Bellas Artes rooftop

The most famous terrace in Madrid is quite probably the one at the Círculo de Bellas Artes. Located right on Calle Alcalá and under the watchful eye of the goddess Minerva you can find this oasis in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the city. The best part? It offers 360º panoramic views of Madrid, hard to find anywhere else.

Mirador del Thyssen
Those in search for a more exclusive atmosphere, Mirador del Thyssen, located in the homonymous museum, is an ideal option. However, you will have to be quick to book a table because this exclusive terrace only opens its doors for 90 days every year. It’s worth it, though, thanks to its exquisite service and gastronomic offer. To enjoy it, come to Paseo del Prado, 8, after 8.30 p.m. and for a complete and perfect afternoon-evening plan, why not visit the museum earlier?


Categories: Bares Madrid, Gastronomía Madrid

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