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El Bosc de les Fades

36 reviews of El Bosc de les Fades

Rafael J. Felix Andreu

A place from another world

This is a very original café near the wax museum. It’s decorated with fairy castles and trees that have faces and seem like they’re going to start talking to you at any moment.

The café is very good but the price, as happens with any concept cafe, can be somewhat pricey. There’s no table service, and it’s more of a place to see than to actually have a drink. That being said, it’s still a cool little theme bar that I’d suggest visiting.

Fany

A secret nook in Barcelona

Barcelona, my city. It is not the reason why I think it is one of the most beautiful places in Spain. It really IS. It has culture, entertainment, the beach, etc. Plus it has El Bosque de las Hadas. A very special hidden café. It is like being in a magical tale. I wouldn't be surprised to bump into a unicorn all of a sudden...

The decoration is very elaborate and detailed: a small bed, a huge tree inside the café, low wooden tables and chairs. When I went a storm was simulated inside the place from time to time, leaving us astounded.

The only drawback is that it is so famous it

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Aranchi

A place out of a tale

After crossing la Rambla, avoiding acrobats, dancers, mimes, artists, and an endless row of characters, next to the Wax Museum (Museo de Cera) you will find the Kingdom of las Hadas, a magical place where a strange sensation invades you when coming in, you don't really get what it is but you've entered a magical world.

The place is decorated as if it was the woods. Fairies and goblins watch you from the corners without you noticing, oak tables (most of the time taken so sitting down is usually complicated) like tree trunks. It is worth going even if it is just to have a look, a drink there

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Maria Peiró

Expensive, but worth popping in.

If you visit Barcelona and walk on the Ramblas (you have to go there!), I think it is necessary to see the Bosc de les Fades (Catalan name), even just popping in, next to the Wax Museum (Museo de Cera). And if you decide to stay and have a drink, even better, as it has a special atmosphere. The prices are a little high, and I don't think it is worth staying for expensive drinks but a Coke is affordable. The decoration is stunning and the atmosphere with natural sounds as well.

Iñaki

A place to get to know

El Bosq de les Fades is a place you cannot miss if you visit Barcelona. It is situated at the end of the Ramblas, when you go in direction of the harbor. It does not directly face las Ramblas, you have to go into a small street going toward the Wax Museum (Museo de Cera). The decoration is perfect and every given time the night falls and a storm begins with rays of light and thunders. The prices are quite high, it is a place to discover, have a coffee and go on to the next thing.

juana de arcos ortiz

It's magical

It is a place worth visiting if you go to Barcelona, something envelops you when you enter, I don't know if it is because of the goblin, fairy atmosphere... but I can assure you that despite the fact that Barcelona had a great impact on me, every time I remember the trip I have the memory of "El Bosque de las Hadas".

It's magicalI recommend it, especially to everyone who, like me, thinks there is a an energy coming from all bad moments you lived, and makes you think everything can get better. In those woods you will notice.

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