The Spanish city of Barcelona has one of the best social scenes in the whole of Europe. Whether you’re interested in live music, dancing, or simply enjoying a drink in the company of good friends, Barcelona has something for everyone.
If you’re already in the process of planning your visit to this beautiful city, we offer our usual advice: shop around. A bit of research goes a long way, i.e, booking your accommodation online could save you quite a bit over a local agency. But I digress…
A Night Out in Barcelona
You’re looking for a place to have a good time, and I won’t disappoint you. So with that in mind, here is a quick look at some of the best nightlife in Barcelona.
I can give you a taste, but ultimately you’ll have to experience these places for yourselves. Hint: You’re going to have a blast, guaranteed.
La Terrrazza is one of the Barcelona’s most celebrated night clubs attracting a young, fashionable and international crowd of party-goers. This lively open-air venue hosts renowned guest DJs and stays open until 6am, making this a great option if you want to party the night away.
Harlem Jazz Club
The Harlem Jazz Club is one of the most popular jazz venues in the whole of Barcelona. This is the perfect place to relax with friends after a day out exploring the city. The club features nightly live music performances ranging from flamenco fusion to the blues and African-inspired beats.
Carpe Diem Lounge Club
This effortlessly chic venue attracts the young and beautiful including Barcelona’s world-class football players. The interior of this beach-front club is modern and sleek and the superb restaurant serves up delicious Spanish cuisine until 1am. The Carpe Diem Lounge Club is one of the city’s most exclusive venues making this a must-see if you have the cash to spare.
La Macarena is without a doubt one of the most illustrious and renowned night clubs in the city. In fact, this club is situated in the heart of Barcelona, just off Las Ramblas, and boasts a top-quality sound system, awesome international DJs, a vast range of music and a wide selection or alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
This uber-cool Barcelona bar was famously visited by the likes of Hemingway, Picasso and Dali and continues to attract an impressive crowd today. London Bar stays open until 5am and is celebrated both locally and internationally for its relaxing and friendly atmosphere.
There are so many great places to enjoy an unforgettable night out in this fantastic Spanish city. If you’re stuck for somewhere to go, it’s always a good idea to do some research online beforehand or even try asking the locals for some helpful advice.