Plaša Reial (In Spanish Plaza Real, meaning "Royal Plaza") is a square in the Barri G˛tic of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It lies next to La Rambla and constitutes a well-known touristic attraction, especially at night. On the plaza are a large number of restaurants and some of the city's most famous nightclubs including Sidecar, Jamboree or Karma. It is also known for its many outdoor venues and is a popular meeting place during the summer and the annual La MercŔ festival in September, when open air concerts take place, and during other celebrations such as New Year's Eve, often being very crowded.
The Plaša Reial was designed by Francesc Daniel Molina i Casamajˇ in the 19th century. The square is twinned with Plaza Garibaldi, in Mexico City. The lanterns there were designed by the Catalan architect Antoni GaudÝ. It ought not be confused with Plaša del Rei, also in the Barri G˛tic. The square is the site of the Hotel Roma Reial and club.