Neri Hotel Terrace

Barcelona, Spain


Rona Suari

Although Sant-Felipe Neri Square got its broad fame thanks to Woody Allen's Vicky Cristina Barelona and Tom Tykwer's Perfume: the Story of a Murderer, for local people it commemorates tragic events of 1938, when a fascist bomb aimed at the government headquarters at Sant-Jaume Square fell short and exploded at Sant-Felipe Neri Square, claiming lives of 42 people, including 20 children. Besides, the baroque church situated on the square was the destination point for Gaudi, when accidentally he was run over by a tram. Nevertheless, this square is one of the most beautiful squares in Barcelona. You should definitely enjoy sitting in melancholic silence on the only terrace belonging to a hotel housed in the 18th-century palace.


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