Perhaps the most unique bar in all of Spain, El Bosc de les Fades is located adjacent to the Museu de Cera and promises ... More
El Bosc de les Fades
Perhaps the most unique bar in all of Spain, El Bosc de les Fades is located adjacent to the Museu de Cera and promises guests a whimsical experience. An other-worldly, fantasy theme dominates the place, complete with fabricated trees and vines, quaint bridges, dim lighting, and fairy installations. Pick a table in the woods and enjoy the array of wine and spirits on offer with a limited appetizer selection. This one-of-a-kind establishment is as much a watering hole as it is a landmark on several tourist itineraries.
The pub is across the wax museum in an alley street; inside its pretty dark and the atmosphere is pretty cool; we didn't order food, instead some beer, prices were pretty inexpensive, definitely a must see! The special effect where they turn all the lights off and create a thunder/lightning was great!
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