Barcelona Nightlife


A Night Out In Barcelona Is What Nightlife Should Be All About…

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Barcelona is fast becoming the most popular city destination for millions of people around the globe. And it’s no wonder why, this metropolis buzzes with life 24/7, giving everyone, locals and visitors alike, a kaleidescope of nightlife and partying options. The city offers a wealth of hedonistic and classy possibilities to suit all tastes. From sipping sangrias down on the Rambla to bopping the night away on the crowded dancefloors of the Vila Olimpica venues til 6 in the morning, to chilling out in the VIP amongst models, world famous footballers and the odd US celebrity at top the clubs, a real


experience to remember can be had when you know when and where to go. There are many influences in the

Barcelona nightlife

and local club scene, and as many styles of music as there are nationalities in this cosmopolitan city. There is literally a bar on every corner, and the more centrally located places in Raval, the barrio gotico and the Born district offer live music on selected nights, that can be anything from visiting DJs to local talent and acoustic artists. Typically the bars start to get full around 11pm, yes, things start late in BCN! You’ll be able to get tapas until around 1 or even 2am if you get hungry or just need something to enjoy munching on whilst you sample the local beers, wines and spirits. Shots bars are becoming increasingly more common in the city center, and you can find shots from around 2 euros; some locales offer elaborate shot-drinking experiences, and professional cocktail barmen to match. There are plenty of irish pubs for a good beer and international bars for European ales, as well as bodegas where you can try out the local wines with a pincho (snack) or two. The cava option is always a pull, it’s the local version of champagne, and goes down very fast – You’ll find it available everywhere you go, even on the rambla at 7am! Barcelona starts out late and goes on until the morning…  can you keep up? A great way to see some bars in the city and end up at a club with an up-for-it crowd is join the Barcelona pub crawl which runs most nights of the year. They offer a generous package for the price and make sure you get into the club with the tour too. –>>Click here to find out about the pub/bar crawl<<– If you plan to stay in the city for long,  you’ll just have to get used to the lifestyle that encapsulates the fiesta and siesta philosophy… The clubs open at midnight, never any earlier, and fill up around 3am when the bars turn the revellers onto the streets. You can expect to pay anything from 10 to 20 euros for entry into the nightclubs, but if you’re smart, you’ll make sure you get on the guest list… —>> GET ON THE GUEST LIST HERE<<—


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