Nightlife in European Tourism Centers: Barcelona
Barcelona has over 1.6 million inhabitants and is the second largest city of Spain. The Catalan capital is considered by many as one of the best nightlife cities of Europe. The wild and exciting night life is dominated by the young, hip and international people.
People drink often caña (“beer” in Catalan) or moijto until late. Taste the authentic Spanish atmosphere in a bar or cafe, or go out of your ball in one of the many trendy clubs. Barcelona has it all!
Until the late
It is a Barcelonees to use the steps in the house at first drink. This is only around an hour or 11 a little pressure in the bars and cafes. Here, the most drink a beer or a cocktail and then later towards one of the many clubs to go. Around 2 o’clock, it starts to be really nice. Another advantage is that the clubs, this often, open until 6 o’clock in the morning.
There are some places in the city where the nightlife is concentrated. On the coast you have the Port Vell and Port Olimpic areas. Here is the mall Mare Magnum, which houses many clubs and bars. Besides these districts, the city Barceloneta beach where in summer a lot to do. There are many beach bars, called chiringuitos. These are trendy clubs, where a young audience in slippers and shorts go out of their minds. Finally there are the many plazas of the city, particularly in the Barri Gotic and Eixample districts. The squares are sociable Plaça Reial, Plaça del Pi, and Placa del Sol.
Bars and cafes
L’Ascensor in the Gothic Quarter is a small trendy bar where a young and enthusiastic audience comes off. The bar is known for its many serve delicious cocktails, a real winner is the classic “caipirinha”. Metro Stop: Jaume I
Dry Martini is located in L’Eixample and the week attracts an older audience. The cocktail bar has a very unique atmosphere by the trendy-dressed bartenders, the beautiful wooden bar and hip music. Metro stop: Hospital Clínic Diagonal or
A stranger in our midst, in terms of location, the bar Mirablau. It is near the top of Mount Tibidabo and thus has a magnificent view over the city. Truly a must-see for any tourist! Metro stop: Arc de Triomphe
At the beach of Barceloneta is CDLC, a beach with a very relaxed atmosphere. This is the place to lounge on the beach and this is then done by many trendy locals, but tourists are more than welcome. Metro stop: Ciutadella Villa Olímpica, then walk towards the beach.
Razzmatazz is the hippest and most beautiful club in Barcelona. The huge warehouse is actually a collection of 5 nightclubs, each with a unique style, both in decor and in terms of audience. Both local and international bands, top DJs will be performing in this unique complex. You buy 1 ticket for the entire complex and you are guaranteed a top night. Metro stop: Marina or Bogate