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Best Nightlife spots in Spain

The nightlife in any city in Spain is vibrant, colourful and fun. Taking into account that Spaniards start dinning out about 9 or 10 PM, one can easily spend time at the dinner table until 1:00 AM. Either in a restaurant or bar, there’s plenty of entertainment for all tastes!

Spaniards can usually drink beers in any moment, you could say it’s part of the lifestyle. For example, in Sevilla you’ll notice a lot of locals enjoying a cold Cruzcampo beer, famous for its special flavour. Spanish people love go out but they don’t usually plan their night out, it just happens! Pubs open quite late, it’s not uncommon to open up at 11 PM and close down at about 4 AM. But if you’re a fan of clubbing, you’re in for some fun, the party starts around midnight and closes at 6 AM.

Want to finish the morning after partying in style? You’re in for a treat if you do it the local way: what could be better than a cup of delicious hot chocolate with churros (hot fritters)?

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Great Places to go out Spain

  • The former theatre Apolo Club, located in the Ramblas of Barcelona, is one of the popular venues to watch international indies band or dance madly on electro music.
  • Razzmatazz is a super club in Barcelona containing five spaces for different style of music: indie rock, techno, electro, pop and life music.
  • A former porn-cinema has been transformed in a concert venue in Sevilla! This place has the obvious name Sala X and it located in the bohemian quarter Alameda de Hercules.
  • Obbio Club is a small disco pub with a quirky atmosphere and popular DJs. The fun is guaranteed!
  • Vía Lactea is a legendary club in the Malasaña quarter in Madrid. This pub is a relic of the 80’s, an interesting reminder the countercultural spirit of the time.
  • The pub Corazón is located between Chueca and Malasaña and is decorated with an interesting design mix between the traditional architecture of an Irish pub and kitsch influences giving it a very avant-garde final look.
  • The club Joy Eslava was opened in Madrid the day after the attempted coup d’etat in Spain in 1981, can you imagine how popular this disco was? Give it a shot, but expect quite a line to get in.
  • For all the jazz lovers out there, you definitely should go to Naima Cafe Jazz in Seville, a small cozy jazz bar close to Alameda de Hercules. It will get you hooked in no time!
  • Are you a sherry lover? Give the wine bar La Venencia in Madrid a try, they have delicious sherry and mouthwatering snacks.

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  • The best part of Barcelona is definitely the coastline! You can easily spend the night on the beach, in and out of clubs and bars and it’s also very likely you’ll have amazing weather too. Put your fancy attitude on though as these party places are more exclusive than the ones in the city. One place you should definitely not miss out on is Razzmatazz, Barcelona’s most famous club that has 5 different dancing spaces within it. 
  • Madrid and Barcelona are the main cities where you can have fun easily, doesn’t matter if you prefer dancing with national DJs or just listen to a live concert in a cool pub. In Madrid there are many districts to go out in, each district has its style and atmosphere. For example, Malasaña is one of the liveliest areas with an alternative vibe where the hip young people spend their time.
  • But if you prefer going to big discos, they are waiting for you in Gran Vía Boulevard. Are you looking for a multicultural neighbourhood? You’ll love Lavapies, it has a lot of bars with a bohemian vibe and a very diverse mix of people. Also Madrid is a LGTB friendly city, pay the Chueca district a visit and you’ll get a good feeling of how open minded Spanish people are.