Torre d’Alta Mar Barcelona Michelin star restaurant guide

Hope you are going to like our short review of Torre d’Alta Mar!

“TORRE D’ALTA MAR. A 360º panoramic view of the harbor, the beach, the city, the mountains and the entire coast line of Barcelona. 75 meters high, over the Port Vell-Barceloneta cable car station, in Torre de San Sebastián, which was built for the Universal Exhibition of Barcelona in 1929, to connect the port to the Montjuïc mountain, where the event took place. Opened in 2002 by brothers Carlos and Oscar Manresa, who were born in La Barceloneta. They have an impressive culinary roots and are pillars of Barcelona’s gastronomy along with great vision for the future and business know-how.

Signature cuisine in a spacious and elegant dining room where the main decoration is the iron beams and rivets from the beginning of the last century. Excellent wines and cocktails. Tables with tablecloths and swivel chairs. An elegant and fun musical selection. Cosmopolitan atmosphere. Important Business dinners. Romantic nights. Family celebrations. Friends meetings. Private glazed elevator. Valet parking. Open all year round. Two sitting daily. Recommended in the Michelin Guide for its attentive service, exquisite food and exceptional location. Chefs Albert Dolcet and Joan Martínez. TORRE D’ALTA MAR is the gastronomic viewpoint of Barcelona.”

 

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Travel Diary – Things to do in Madrid in 3 days

As I came to see my friend Viki to Madrid I instantly became impressed by city architecture, warm summer wind and charming people. Giving you few of my fav places in Madrid!

1. San Miguel Market

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Smell of fruits, spices and wine is the great combination for start of your Madrid experience. From Spanish jamon y queso to champagne and macaroons, you’ll spend all your money on this delights.

2. Teatro Calderon

After we finished grocery shopping we opened a bottle of wine and start getting ready for the city tour. We started our city square looking upon famous theatre building that’s which is the only building in Madrid that owns a pair of hot legs. Looking upon sexy pair of legs I asked Viki what else was the case with Madrid is it fully filled with sexiness or this is a tease. Madrid is sexy as hell, she replied. And damn, was that true..

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3. Gran Via

My favourite street in Madrid! I just love it so much. Huge white buildings, tons of fashion stores, restaurants and bars. This street is everything.

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4. El Imparcial

The night was young and so were we, as we were getting to what became first on the list of our favourite places in Madrid – El Imparcial restaurant. Vibe of an old aristocratic apartment that is run by the most bohemian staff with amazing tattooed personalities. Packed with flowers in each corner making smell of gardenia infused through whole place. The food, drinks, environment and hospitality 10/10

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Hala #Madrid Nice to get to know you love. #FrancoApproved

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5. Jardines del Retiro

The biggest park of Madrid. It was owned by Spanish monarchy until 19th century when it became public park.  Jardines del Retiro is the most amazing park in Spain. Don’t forget to take a boat ride on the lake and btw. take a bottle of wine, it gets more fun.

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6. Jardines de Sabatini and Royal Palace of Madrid

Needles to say… Honey, I’m home.

Honey, I'm home 🤴🏽 #Madrid #RoyalPalace

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7. Cassette Club

Best techno club in Madrid. Get ready to be surrounded by chains and chokers. Get your S&M spirit out and about.

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