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Best Nightlife spots in Barcelona

Barcelona is a very vibrant city. Whether you’d like to sip champagne at the opera, see a late night movie by the pool in the open air or dance all night on the beach, this city is a place that offers activities for everyone. The greatest shared passion (besides soccer) is music; Montserrat Caballé and José Carreras are Catalonians and an evening in the lush Gran Teatre del Liceu or the famous Palau the la Música Catalana is an unforgettable experience. Modern dance and theatre flourish and the trendy clubs and bars attract Europe’s biggest DJ’s and bands.

Everyone who visits Barcelona will soon notice that it’s a city that never sleeps: Barcelonians eat, drink and sleep late. While most of us are used to going out around 12 am, local people from Barcelona don’t go out until 2 am. The restaurants and cafes are crowded until closing time and locals move towards the clubs afterwards.

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Top clubs and bars in Barcelona, Spain

  • Razzmatazz! You just need to go there, no comments, no excuses. 5 rooms with different types of music, a DJ in the bathroom and tons of fascinating people - are you convinced now?
  • Looking for an after-party? Go to Row 14, a bit outside the city, you’ll find here Barcelona’s answer to Ibiza’s superclubs. A fre bus service runs to and from Placa Catalunya.
  • Harder to locate than other clubs, you might enjoy La terrazza for its commercial house music  and glamourous atmosphere.
  • Don’t want to pay a club entrance fee? Check out Mac Arena Mar Beach Club for its fun nights and underground house and techno DJs on Sundays.
  • Marula Cafe doesn’t sound like a club, but it is a laid back, stylish one with a stage for live performances and a DJ who’s playing more funk, soul, jazz, hip-hop and afrobeat.

  • Go to Sala Apolo for a good taste of live music in an informal atmosphere and a nightclub with pop, rock, folk and international music every day of the week.
  • Sidecar Factory Club rally a temple for indie rock lovers for the last 25 years but it’s still hip and trending, check out the schedule to make sure you get a good night!
  • Need some magic in your life? For all the rock lovers out there, Magic club is your place to go to for its two dancefloors, dark atmosphere and no strings attached dancing behaviour.
  • Jamboree is one of the city’s jazz landmarks, interesting both for its Monday’s jam session and its club atmosphere that will take you by surprise at night.
  • Feel like partying on the beach? CDLC stands for Carpe Diem Lounge Club is one of Barcelona’s fanciest clubs where you go to see and be seen. Might even meet some celebs late in the night!

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Best Places to go out in Barcelona, Spain

  • Las Ramblas attract both tourist as well as local people because of its vibrant and diverse nightlife. During the day you’ll experience the hustle and bustle of the city and when the sun goes down, the area attracts people from all over the world to meet the greatest clubs and bars in town.
  • If you’re interested in a more local experience, it’s recommended to visit the Gothic Quarter (Barri Gòtic) where young meets old in the Jamboree; a place where mainly Spanish groups play jazz, Latin or blues and tourists can definitely get their feet off the ground. Not to mention the indie rock cafes, luxurious lounge bars and the R&B clubs.
  • Barcelona has its fair share of beach clubs and if you enjoy dancing the night away in your bare feet, you should definitely pay them a visit. CDLC is one of Barcelona’s most exclusive and glamorous beach side clubs. Also check out Mondo Club, Shoko Club or Catwalk Club for a fun night out!