Nightlife Barcelona: the city is synonymous with nightlife and entertainment for all ages. See the best that Barcelona offers its visitors: the best clubs, the districts of nightlife and the famous tours spirits of his bars!
Barcelona offers a wide variety of bars, discos and clubs offering all kinds of music, its atmosphere is alive and is different each night, especially at weekends, When the city is much more crowded!
The night in Barcelona starts late: people at dinner 23.00, then it is customary to meet up with friends for wandering from one room to another (“IR de copas”), until you reach some disco, ready to dance until late morning. The clubs of the city Flock very late: indeed, the evening starts around 2.00 and often ends the following morning.
The city is famous for being a party town, full of young people who like to have fun with discotheques for all tastes, by beach clubs on the beach in clubs at the highest level, some of which are almost unknown to tourists, who flock to popular clubs generally.
In the evenings the main (Saturday and Sunday) dominates the electronic music with various international djs who parade in the most prestigious clubs: These include Paul Kalkbrenner, Justice, Steve Aoki, Digitalism, 2ManyDjs, Luciano, Ricardo Villalobos, Tiga, Yall and Franz Ferdinand. In addition to, right here in Barcelona is held the Sonar, an important international festival of electronic music.
Barcelona also has alternatives for those not keen on electronic music: in the city there are several clubs with alternative music, ranging from pop-rock to indie. On Thursday, is an evening dedicated to alternative music and draws a large audience in the various pubs and clubs.
Most of the clubs in Barcelona they have free entrance before a certain time (generally the 1.00), or surcharge, with different figures depending on the night, or if your club is hosting an international dj or a particular event.
Along the Rambla and the Gothic quarter you encounter the PR that distribute flyers, which allow you to get into clubs, or to receive discounts and free drinks. Sometimes you can find them directly in front of the disco.
An alternative to avoid the queues is to go to the restaurants after dinner becomes disco, so you are already inside and you don't have to pay the entrance. Enter for free on the list you must arrive at the club very soon, When the place is empty. You also need to be stylish or trendy clothes, and didn't seem drunk, otherwise you risk being bounced. A word of advice: buying tickets online is a great way to avoid the queues and be sure to get into the disco (They also often have a drink included in the price).
An important reference point for the Barcelona nightlife are the many jazz clubs, which offer quality concerts all year round. The most important event is the annual Jazz Festival, during which you can attend concerts of improvised on the streets of the city. There are also numerous pubs and clubs offering live music, with rock and pop concerts, Besides soul music, Afro and garage: attractive options for those wanting to dance until late but I'm not passionate about electronic music.
The lucky ones can spend a night if you want to try your luck on the slot machines and roulettes, You can head to the Casino Barcelona, located in Port Olimpic, one of the most famous neighborhoods of Barcelona.
To inform you about the latest events in Barcelona, Please refer to the Guía del Ocio, available both on newsstands and online (enBarcelona.com).
The neighborhoods of Barcelona's nightlife
Barceloneta is an area dedicated to entertainment, overlooking the sea and popular with young people. The district, dotted with many restaurants and bars, It has a beautiful promenade, along which walk or sunbathe on its long beaches, among which Platja de Sant Sebastià and Platja de la Barceloneta, all very lively during the summer. Places to drink are represented by the numerous beach bars (kiosks) on the beach, Apart from the various bars located in the residential part of Barceloneta. On top of theHotel W (the big sail-shaped building overlooking the beach) you will find theEclipse Bar, from which you can admire a beautiful view.
The epicenter of the Catalan workers, the El Born develops around the pedestrian street called “Paseo del Born”, and is characterized by a spirit of anarchy and transgressive. The district, become a meeting place for artists and Bohemians, offers many bars and pizzerias where you can spend a romantic evening, But even trendy pubs, ideal for drinks late at night. Even if they seem dark and dark, the roads located behind the churches are safe and dotted with bars carini. Recommended the bar “Creps al Born” (Passeig del born 12, Barcelona) serving, In addition to cocktails, good music and crepes.
In principle independent town and annexed to the city of Barcelona in the 19th century, Gracia has become nowadays one of the most sophisticated of the Catalan capital. The place is frequented largely by students, but also by artists and musicians. At the heart of the nightlife district is Plaza del Sol, a square that hosts a variety of bars and where young people find themselves seated drinking beer.
Eixample is the modern district of Barcelona and is located outside the old town. His nightlife is very much alive, Thanks to the presence of some of the most prestigious clubs in Barcelona.
Located next to the Ramblas, the neighborhood takes its name from the gothic monuments that characterize the historic, a real maze formed by numerous winding streets. The Gothic quarter has a number of bars and pubs, cheap prices, located mainly around square Jaume and Plaza Real. We recommend the bar Guru (Calle Josep Anselm Clave 19, Barcelona) and the lounge bar Margarita Blue (Calle Josep Anselm Clave 6, Barcelona).
To sleep nearby, check in at theOhla Hotel, from the rooftop terrace, equipped with swimming pools and deck chairs, You can enjoy a breathtaking view over the city.
La Rambla is a broad Avenue, more than a kilometre long situated in the Centre of the old town close to the Gothic Quarter, important reference point for the Barcelona nightlife. The Avenue is very popular and I live by day, but especially at night: Here the people strolling and enjoying the many bars and nightclubs dotted around the area, While tourists browse the stalls and street performers perform in colorful performances.
The Old Port
The Old Port, (Port Vell in Catalan) is the port area adjacent to Barceloneta. The area is still pervaded by the atmosphere of a time, body enhanced by narrow alleys and the scent of salt. The old fishing port has been upgraded and became, together in Barceloneta, one of the most active entertainment centers of the city. Nearby are the Maremagnum, a large shopping centre where there are shops, amusement arcades, a cinema, an aquarium and several discos with free access all night.
Clubs and discos in Barcelona
Pacha Barcelona (Ramón Trias Fargas 2, Barcelona)
Open from Sunday to Thursday 24.00 to 5.00, Friday and Saturday from 24.00 to 6.00.
The Pacha Barcelona follows in the footsteps of the famous nightclub in Ibiza. The club organizes evenings with good djs. There is also a terrace overlooking the beach side. It's discreet attire required, and the average age is around 20-30 years.
Hard Rock Cafe (Plaça de Catalunya 21, Barcelona)
Open daily from 11.30 to 2.00.
Located at the end of La Rambla and overlooking Plaza Catalunya, theHard Rock Cafe is one of the most popular clubs in Barcelona, both tourists and locals. The restaurant has two floors, with an adjoining outdoor terrace from where you can admire the people walking to Las Ramblas.
The restaurant combines the creative cuisine and international rock music memorabilia. The variety of dishes offered Catalan cuisine blends with classic American favorites, creating a winning combination and enjoyed by all. In the menu you can find fresh dishes prepared on the spot, salads, sandwich, sandwiches and burgers, In addition to the numerous and delectable desserts.
The Hard Rock Cafe Barcelona is always very busy, especially on weekends, and it is advisable to book in advance. After dinner the place turns into a club, with barmen who prepare cocktails with acrobatic moves, spectacular. Great place for a romantic evening or for a drink among friends.
Razzmatazz (Carrer de Pamplona 88, Barcelona)
Real institution of Barcelona nightlife, the Sala Razzmatazz is a concert hall and one of the most famous clubs of the city. Located in a huge industrial building, the club was opened in 2000 and saw succdersi on its stage several international pop, like Coldplay, Kanye West, the Blur, Kraftwerk, David Byrne, the Arctic Monkeys or Franz Ferdinand. The club has a good international level programming.
Within the Razzmatazz is divided into five different spaces that meander through a maze of dance floors and hallways, in which many different musical rhythms resonate. The five named areas of Razzclub, The Loft, Lolita, Pop Bar and Rex Room. The music ranges from pop, to rock, Dubstep and electronic music.
In Razzclub is proposed mainly indie-pop, new wave or electro rock, with this kind of music concerts.
At The Loft You can dance the rhythm of techno music, hard-techno, tech-house, electro and dubstep. Thanks to the ever busy schedule of evening with international djs and its beautiful lighting effects, The loft attracts many of fans of electronic music every weekend.
At Lolita held numerous concerts and dj sets with live music House, Electropop, Hip Hop, Dubstep, While the Pop Bar, with beautiful crystal walls, offers softer rhythms, as the 80 's music, But even tecnopop and electro-rock.
At Rexroom You can listen to music of various kinds, from House to electronic music, old school and acid. It's musical experiments that anticipate what will be tomorrow's music.
Opium (Passeig Marítim 34, Barcelona)
Open daily from 22.00 to 6.00.
TheOpium is one of the the most popular discos in Barcelona. Overlooking the sea, the club has a modern décor, great atmosphere and good music, proposed by international artists. It is also possible to have lunch or dinner on the terrace. Elegant attire, the shirt is practically mandatory.
Shoko Club (Passeig Marítim 36, Barcelona)
Open daily from 12.00 to 6.00.
The Shoko is another trendy club situated on the beach of Barcelona. The Club includes a bar area, a restaurant and dance floor and serves mostly House music, with local and international djs. Also at the Shoko, the atmosphere is elegant: a place with relaxed, where to see and be seen.
Sutton Club (Calle Tuset 13, Barcelona)
Open Wednesday and Thursday from 24.00 to 5.30, Friday and Saturday from 24.00 to 6.00.
The Sutton is a great disco very fashionable, located in the Eixample area and frequented mainly by locals and a few tourists. The average age is around 25-35 years. Again it should be elegant clothes. L ’ admission costs about 15 Euro although, No VIP card is difficult to get.
La Terrrazza (Av. de Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia 13, Barcelona)
Open from Thursday to Saturday from 24.00 to 6.45.
The Terrace is an outdoor club located on the mountain of Montjuïc, over Barcelona. The club can accommodate up to 1000 people and serves mostly House music, with a style reminiscent of the nightclubs of Ibiza and with parties that last all night. The , Furnished terrace they performed numerous famous djs, including James Priestley, Ricardo Villalobos and Larry Heard. The average age is around 20-30 years and the place is only open during the summer.
Sala Apolo (Nou de la Rambla 113, Barcelona)
Open Monday through Thursday from 20.00 to 5.00, Friday and Saturday from 18.00 to 6.00, Sunday from 18.00 to 5.00.
Sala Apolo is another important club of nightlife of Barcelona. It is housed in a former theatre and divided into two separate premises: the Apolo 1 It's bigger and preserves the atmosphere of the old theatre, with high ceilings, interiors covered with red velvet and a large stage. L ’ Apolo 2 is smaller but more modern, and has a great sound system. The music selection is varied: generally there are concerts until midnight, then the djs that rise in console offer music ranging from hip hop to dubstep, up to techno and burlesque. The club is frequented mostly by guys in fashion during the week. Over the weekend the audience becomes slightly older, with a mix of tourists and locals.
City Hall (Rambla Catalunya 2-4, Barcelona)
Open Wednesday-Sunday 00.30 to 6.00.
Located near Plaça de Catalunya, the City Hall is a club built inside of an old theater, which was the original structure and where the djs perform on what was once the audience. Outside there is a terrace elegant, with bar, tables and chairs. The club offers a selection of electronic music and techno. The club is and therefore easily accessible by. There are also numerous hotels for all budgets. Average age among the 20 and the 30 years.
Moog (Arc del Teatre 3, Barcelona)
Open daily from 24.00 to 5.00.
The Moog is an electronic music club located next to the Ramblas and open 365 day year. The Moog is a disco baby, composed of two dance floors, located on the two floors. The downstairs is dedicated to techno music in all its genres, from minimal to Detroit. Upstairs you will find instead eighties electro pop and dance music. On Thursday nights the club hosts international DJs. The average age is around 20-28 years and the audience is made up of a mix of fans of techno, revelers and tourists. The entrance ticket costs around 10 euros.
Row 14 (Autovia Castelldefels – C31, Km 186,1, 08840 Viladecans, Barcelona)
Out of town, close to Barcelona Airport, the Row 14 is an outdoor disco and indoors, with a convertible roof and outdoor areas to relax. The club can accommodate up to 1000 people and the music is mostly techno proposal, House and drum and bass, with excellent international djs in console. Reach the Row 14 It is not easy: you have to take the shuttle buses that depart from Plaça Catalunya (find out more on their website). The place is famous for its after-hours parties.
Sala BeCool (Plaza Joan Llongueras 5, Barcelona)
Open from Friday to Sunday from 24.00 to 6.00.
The Be Cool is a medium-sized nightclub, with a main hall and a smaller room at the back. The club is famous in the whole of Barcelona for its music quality, between House, techno, deep house and disco. Sometimes hosts famous djs. The place is located in the northern part of Barcelona, and is frequented by a public more interested in music that kept clothing.
Otto Zutz (Lincoln 15, Barcelona)
Open from Wednesday to Saturday from 23.45 to 6.00.
TheOtto Zutz is a large nightclub on three levels, located in an old factory. The music is focused on hip hop shades, R&B, funky and House. This is one of the few clubs in Barcelona where you can find this kind of music, and is popular with fans of the genre. The atmosphere is sophisticated and suited to flirt, but mostly for dancing. The cost is around 15-17 euros and the average age is about 18-25 years. Recommended on Wednesday night.
Jamboree Club (Plaça Reial 17, Barcelona)
Open from Wednesday to Saturday from 24.00 to 5.45.
Situated in the small Plaça Reial, the Jamboree (in Zulu means “Tribal reunion”) is one of the most famous jazz clubs in Barcelona, very famous for its concerts and for bringing it into the city some of the most famous jazz musicians, including Bill Coleman, Kenny Drew, Chet Baker, Lou Bennet, Stephan Grappelli, Kenny Clarke, Ornette Coleman or Dexter Gordon. The club is a point of reference for the nightlife in Plaza real: every night there are jazz concerts, Latin American music or Blues, While on Monday there is the popular jazz jam session WTF, frequented by many young. Upstairs, It is located on Los Tarantos, which enacts flamenco. The latest two posts join forces to become club. You can find discounts on La Rambla.
Bling Bling (Carrer de Tuset 8, Barcelona)
Open from Thursday to Saturday from 23.45 to 5.30.
The Bling Bling is a disco with a select audience (obligatory shirt), located in the Eixample area. The club offers, In addition to commercial music, even Latin American songs and house music in the second room. Good evening campus Thursday called “Obsession Night”: you must try.
La Fira Club (Carrer de Provença 171, Barcelona)
Open daily from 13.00 to 23.00.
Commercial music and Latin. Inside is a giant tent and some cubes ber dance.
Plataforma (Nou de la Rambla 145, Barcelona)
Open from Thursday to Saturday from 22.00 to 6.00, Sunday from 19.00 to 2.00.
Small disco with commercial music and Spanish. On Thursdays there is music drum&Bass. The place frequented mainly by locals aged between 18 and the 25 years. The entry costs 10 euros.
Costa Breve (Aribau 230, Barcelona)
Open from Thursday to Saturday from 23.45 to 6.00.
Elegant and fashionable Club that offers commercial music and Spanish. The place is frequented by Catalans.
Magic Club (Paseo Picasso 40, Barcelona)
Open from Thursday to Saturday from 23.00 to 6.00.
The Magic is a disco in style “Indie”, with music ranging from dance to rock, until the 80 's pop music, played by local djs. Inside there are two large dance floors. Great place if you love techno music, an obsession in Barcelona.
Bikini (L’Illia, Av. Diagonal, 547, Barcelona)
Open from Thursday to Saturday from 24.00 to 5.00.
The Bikini is a club with live music from the best of Barcelona. When the groups have finished playing, the space transforms into a nightclub where you can dance until the morning. The music is predominantly House, black and Latin (salsa, Samba & bachata). The Interior is spacious and divided into two rooms, which sometimes are turned into a single large room, Thanks to the use of mobile partition walls. The average age ranges from 25 to 35 years and is elegant attire required.
Mojito Club (rossello 217, Barcelona)
Open from Thursday to Saturday from 23.30 to 5.30, Sunday from 21.00 to 4.30.
Small club with live music and Latin American music. The entry costs 10-15 euro and dress code is treated.
Palacio de la Salsa Antiguo San Pues (Gran Via de les corts catalanes 770, Barcelona)
Open from Friday to Sunday from 23.45 to 6.00.
South American Club, with few tourists. Latin American music, mainly bachata and salsa.
Macarena Club (Carrer Nou de Sant Francesc 5, Barcelona)
Open daily from 23.45 to 6.00.
The Macarena is a small but crowded disco, situated in the Centre of Barcelona, a short walk from La Rambla. Here you will find minimal music, House and techno, played by the best international djs.
Marula Café (Carrer dels Escudellers 49, Barcelona)
Open from Wednesday to Sunday from 23.00 to 6.00.
The Marula Café is a disco with funk music, soul and Latin. Located in the heart of Barcelona, the place is the massive presence of tourists and sees an audience of older. There's a central dance floor with two bars. Good music selection gives the club an upbeat and friendly.
Sidecar (Plaça Reial 7, Barcelona)
Open Monday to Saturday from 19.00 to 6.00, Sunday from 23.00 to 6.00.
The Sidecar is a small disco, located just off La Rambla and open daily. Inside you can find a dance floor, a bar and an area with stage. The music is varied and depends on the evening: in the early evening there are live rock concerts and, after midnight, djs playing many different genres, from the latest hits of dance music to rock and roll. The small basement attracts a young audience formed by locals and tourists, many of them come from the hostels located around Plaza Reial.
Harlem Jazz Club (Comtessa de Sobradiel 8, Barcelona)
Open from Tuesday to Thursday from 20.00 to 3.00, Friday and Saturday from 20.00 to 5.00, Sunday from 20.00 to 3.00.
Located in the heart of the old town, theHarlem Jazz Club is one of the the most famous jazz clubs in Barcelona and offers jazz music, Funk and soul every night, before with live concerts and later, later in the evening, with international djs music for dancing until dawn. The Club consists of a room with a bar and a dance floor at the back. TheHarlem Jazz Club is a warm and inviting place with Dim lighting, cheap cocktails, but above all a warm. The club is frequented by a mature audience and demanding.
Boulevard Club (La Rambla 27, Barcelona)
Open daily from 23.45 to 6.00.
The Boulevard (BLVD) is one of the nightclubs located in the center of Barcelona, right next to La Rambla. The club can get up to 1000 people and is very popular with locals and among many young tourists who come to Barcelona to immerse himself in his nightlife. The BLVD offers music of various kinds, from House and techno to the dubstep and pop music.
Carpe Diem Lounge Club CDLC (Passeig maritim de la barceloneta 32, Barcelona)
Open daily from 12.00 to 5.00.
Situated on the beach of Barceloneta, the Club CDLC is a restaurant after dinner turns into a nightclub that hosts world famous djs. The club has a restaurant area overlooking the sea and a lounge area with comfortable chairs and sofas. The music ranges from RnB, to House up to electronic music and techno.
The CDLC is one of the most exclusive clubs in Barcelona It attracts an international audience, young and hip, especially football players, rich tourists and yacht owners. The kitchen is very respectable: The dishes prepared by our chef Alfonso Aranda blend the best of Oriental cuisine with Mediterranean tradition. Great place to live in the elegant and exclusive nightlife of Barcelona.
Catwalk (Ramon Trias Fargas 2, Barcelona)
Open from Thursday to Saturday from 23.00 to 6.00.
One of the biggest clubs located around the beach of Barceloneta, the Catwalk is a disco that spans two floors. Downstairs there is a large dance floor and a bar with seating, While upstairs there is a chill-out area where you can relax and chat. The club offers mainly House music and various genres like funky, handbag and vocal. The Catwalk is one of the the most famous nightclubs in Barcelona and often hosts international djs, including Eric Morillo, Roger Sanchez and The Unabombers. The audience is international and fashionable: the Catwalk Club It is also the place for flirting and meeting new people, immersed in sound and in an atmosphere reminiscent of Ibiza.
Input – High Fidelity Dance Club – ex The One (Poble Espanyol, Montjuic Park / Marqués de Comillas 13-25, Barcelona)
Open Friday from 24.00 to 17.00, Saturdays from 24.00 to 6.00.
TheInput (former club The One) is a large nightclub located at Poble Espanyol, which offers mostly techno music, minimal, House or electro. People come here to dance till dawn.
Luz de Gas (Carrer de Muntaner 246, Barcelona)
Open Tuesday through Saturday from 23.45 to 6.00.
Alternative rock music club and concerts of experimental bands.
Lover Club (Avda Doctor Marañon 17, Barcelona)
Open Friday and Saturday from 23.45 to 6.00.
Disco located in Carrer de Numancia, attended by Catalans and tourists. Recommended Friday night.
Oak Barcelona (Carrer del Rosselló 208, Barcelona)
Open from Thursday to Saturday from 23.45 to 6.00.
Disco where you can dance to the music of Latin America, like salsa, merengue and pachanga. Great place if you want to avoid the crowded tourist nightclubs on the beach. Frequented mainly by locals.
Dome Club (Ramblas 33, Barcelona)
Open from Sunday to Thursday 24.00 to 5.00, Friday and Saturday from 24.00 to 6.00.
Disco located near de La Rambla. Many tourists.
Les Enfants Club (Carrer de Guàrdia 3, Barcelona)
Open Thursdays from 19.00 to 5.00, Friday and Saturday from 19.00 to 6.00.
Open from 1965, Les Enfants Club is one of the oldest clubs in the scene of Barcelona nightlife. The club is centrally located, near La Rambla. Inside there are two dance floors: in the first there is Soul music anni ' 60, Funk and disco anni ' 70, While in the main hall we dance to the rhythm of indie music, pop rock and classic until late morning. L ’ atmosphere is fun, Welcoming and unpretentious.
KER Club (Ramón Trias Fargas, 2, Barcelona)
Open Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 24.00 to 6.00.
Club composed of two environments: a main room with dance floor, and a cocktail bar. On the dancefloor to dance to the beat of techno and House music, While the cocktail bar offers softer tones and more funky, with local djs. The KER is dedicated to lovers of electronic music and aims to recreate the warm and friendly atmosphere that has defined the culture of the club in the years ' 70 and ' 80.
The beach clubs in Barcelona
Mac Arena Mar (Playa Port Fórum, Carrer de la Pau, s/n, 08290 Sant Adrià de Besòs, Barcelona)
Open Tuesday to Sunday from 12.00 to 3.00.
The Mac Arena Mar is a beach club in Ibiza style, situated on the sea front, offering electro-House music. The place is famous for the events of Sunday. In addition to, There is free admission all night. During the day, the Mac Arena It's also a great place to eat by the sea, with a tasty menu and a great wine list.
El Boo (Platja Nova Mar Bella, Espigó de Bac de Roda 1, Barcelona)
Open daily from 10.00 to 1.30.
El Boo Beach Club It is situated between the two most fashionable beaches of Barcelona, Mar Bella and Nova Mar Bella, from which you can enjoy a wonderful view on the Mediterranean! Here you can find innovative cuisine, succulent delicious cocktails to SIP during the afternoon on the terraces along the pier. The cocktail bar upstairs serves Teppanyaki grilled with mojitos expertly prepared. Sophisticated place geared to pre-clubbing.
Bars and pubs in Barcelona
Oveja Negra (carrer de Zamora 78, Barcelona)
Open Monday to Friday from 9.00 to 3.00, Saturday and Sunday from 17.00 to 3.00.
Huge pub located a short distance from the Razzmatazz where can you buy cheap sangria and beer! Inside there are large tables, a billiard room and a concert hall. The pub is packed with people every night, and is frequented by locals and tourists alike. Here you can dance and meet other people without difficulty! Be careful because there are two Oveja Negra, one located at Carrer Sitges 5, small and nothing that, While the second, located near the Razzmatazz at carrer de Zamora 78, is the best!
La Confiteria (Carrer de Sant Pau 128, Barcelona)
Open Monday through Thursday from 19.00 to 2.30, Friday from 18.00 to 3.30, Saturdays from 17.00 to 3.30, Sunday from 12.00 to 2.45.
Former confectionery modernist style and frequented mainly by artists and intellectuals.
La Bolsa (C/Tuset 17, Barcelona)
Open Monday to Friday from 7.30 to 3.00, Saturdays from 19.00 to 3.00, Sunday from 18.00 to 2.30.
La Bolsa is an original pub, whose peculiarities are the prices of drinks that, as in the stock market, increase and decrease depending on demand. The best time to buy is when the CRASH! The place is still cheap and is frequented mainly by Catalans.
El Bosc de Les Fades (Passatge de la Banca 5, Barcelona)
Open Monday to Friday from 10.00 to 1.00, Saturday and Sunday from 11.00 to 1.30.
Quiet pub with great atmosphere: inside you feel like you are truly in a forest.
Espit Chupitos (Carrer d’Aribau 77, Barcelona)
Open daily from 22.30 to 2.30.
Pubs offering shots of alcohol in 1,80 euro and a liter of cocktails only 10 euros. You can find theEspit Chupitos at two different locations, a near Plaza Colon, at the far end of La Rambla, While the other is located in Calle Aribau 77. Although the place is small, It is still very popular and is perfect to enjoy a pre-fun night.
Icebarcelona (Paseo Maritimo de la Barceloneta 38 A, Barcelona)
Open from Thursday to Saturday from 12.00 to 3.00.
Situated on the seafront between the clubs Shôko and Sotavento, theBarcelona attractions is, as the name suggests, a bar with interiors covered with ice and the constant temperature of -5 degrees! To enter you have to pay 15 euro and have included a jacket, a pair of gloves and a drink. This place is for you if you want to proovare the experience of drinking your cocktail while sitting on chairs made of ice.
Miramelindo Bar (Passeig del Born 15, Barcelona)
Open daily from 20.00 to 2.00.
The Miramelindo is one of the busiest and largest among the bars located on Passeig del Born, and is characterized by large wooden beams supporting the ceiling. The place is very busy on weekends, When hordes of locals descend to party and enjoy the homemade cocktails at low price. With only 4 Euro you can enjoy cocktails and cognac or a screwdriver based “Quarry” (Spanish champagne).
Bar Pastís (c/Santa Monica 4, Barcelona)
Open Tuesday to Sunday from 19.30 to 3.00.
Located in the Raval area, in what was once the Chinese quarter, the Bar Pastis is one of the historic bars of Barcelona. The place is very small and hosts live concerts ranging from Brazilian music, that argentina and French.
Le Pop Cocktail Bar (Ramblas 111, Barcelona)
Open daily from 17.30 to 1.00.
Located at the crossroads of Raval and the Gothic quarter, The Pop Cocktails Bar offers drinks and cocktails and refined details, as the Bellini Catalan (made with local Gin sea and sparkling wine Cava) ’ ’ n bitter tonic and gin with triple Orange, along with classic revisited as the Margerita smoked or the Mojiterranean. Once you have ordered your drink you can relax on one of the leather chairs and watch the world go by on the Rambla, legendary artery of the city. The soundtrack ranges from French pop, to jazz and is designed to provide moments of relaxation.
Boadas Cocktails (Carrer dels Tallers 1, Barcelona)
Open Monday through Thursday from 12.00 to 2.00, Fridays and Saturdays from 12.00 to 3.00.
Despite its prime location at the top of the legendary La Rambla, It's actually surprisingly easy to walk past the Boadas without noticing its distinctive red doors, which at least saved him from being packed with tourists in shorts and sandals. Actually, This modest cocktail lounge is open from 1933, which makes it the oldest cocktail bar in Spain. The bar was founded by the eponymous Miguel Boadas, who first learned the art of cocktails at the bar The Floridita of Havana (Cuba at that time was known as Ibiza to present day). And like in the years ' 30, even today the bartenders of Boadas shake and mix classic drinks from behind the counter, dressed in Tuxedo and bow ties.
Belushi’s Bar (Calle Bergara 3, Barcelona)
Open daily from 11.00 to 2.00.
In a city full of intimate bar, Welcoming and charismatic (where “intimate” and “cozy” are euphemisms for cramped and hot and charisma is defined by bar staff rude and dirty toilets and without locks) It's nice to see a bar like the Belushi that completely breaks the schemes. Consisting of huge space just off Plaza Catalunya, the Belushi is a modern and airy bar, London-style more than a typical Catalan pub. By day the place is frequented by young people while taking a break from shopping to enjoy fresh drinks on comfy couches tobacco color, or take a coffee on the terrace. In the evening there is live music and live sports. The nearby Youth Hostel gathers a large clientele that comes to Belushi to SIP the pitchers of sangria at less than 10 euro and take advantage of special offers on beers. This is also a great place to party in the midst of an international crowd.
Flaherty’s Irish Bar (Plaza Joaquim Xirau, Barcelona)
Open daily from 9.00 to 3.00.
The Flaherty’s Irish Bar is an Irish pub, opened in 2001 and has since become an international meeting point for expats and tourists fond of Guinness and good company. A wide range of beers (13 on tap, In addition to other varieties in bottles) is completed by a menu of delicious home cooked meals, grilled chicken with creamy sauce to Irish whiskey, their famous Irish breakfast and the Sunday roast. As you would expect from any self-respecting Irish pub, There is plenty of sporting events broadcast live, including football, ice hockey and rugby. Very popular is also their hilarious weekly tournament Beer Pong, held every Thursday from 22.00, or the Ladies Night (every Friday) where the girls pay for drinks only 3,50 Euro all day until closing! The Flaherty continuously hosts parties and live music events and promotions on drinks.
Cat Bar (c/ Boria 17, Barcelona)
Open Monday to Wednesday 18.30 to 23.30, from Thursday to Saturday from 12.30 to 23.30.
The main theme of Cat Bar are, as the name suggests, cats: A watch with the face of a huge cat is hanging on a wall, While cheap plastic felines from China shake their legs in front of you, and all around are placed various photos and memorabilia depicting always cats that embellish the rest of the bar. The Cat Bar is also the only vegan restaurant in Barcelona, and the menu includes delicious tortillas and vegan quiche (secret recipe!), burgers and sausages, homemade cakes, bread and juice bars, all served until closing. It is also possible to order four different types of craft beer.
Marmalade (Carrer de la Riera Alta 4-6, Barcelona)
Open Monday through Thursday from 18.30 to 2.00, from Friday to Sunday from 10.00 to 3.00.
One of the most sophisticated cocktail bars in Raval, the Marmalade failed to create an elegant yet unpretentious that attracts a diverse audience. Elegant furniture, with red brick walls and floors and murals, perfectly complements the delicious original cocktails menu. Meanwhile a beautiful matte black billiard table offers an opportunity to socialize.
Slow Cocktails & Boîte (Carrer de París 186, Barcelona)
Open Monday to Wednesday 19.00 to 5.00, from Thursday to Saturday from 19.00 to 6.00.
Original cocktails, low lights, great service and decor d ’ age makes the Slow Barcelona the perfect place to relax with a tasty drink and taste a bit of Spanish delicacies. Upstairs there is a small club where you can dance to the beat of pop music, indie, electro and r & b. There is also a room can be rented for private events.
Shenanigans Pub (Carrer Marqués de Barberá 11, Barcelona)
Open daily from 18.00 to 2.00.
Formerly known as “The Quiet Man”, This venerable institution has served Irish pints of stout for twenty years and has recently changed management, with the name “Shenanigans”. While the original charism of the pub hasn't changed (thirsty travellers are still welcomed in traditional cabins with floor-to-ceiling partition pub), in its new incarnation the Shenanigans is definitely younger and livelier. The bar offers more than 20 different beers, including the cheapest Guinness in Barcelona (4 euros a pint) and even big craft such as choices Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Brew Dog and Barcinos. Other great deals: Gin and tonic to 4 euros, 5 buckets of beer at the price of 10 euro and the popular high beer Tower 1 Metro (€ 18) to challenge friends in drinking alcoholic beverages. On top of this, at Sheanigans there are five large TV screens to watch live sports, as well as billiards and Foosball tables to socialize.
La Cigale (Carrer Tordera 50, Barcelona)
Open Tuesday to Sunday from 18.00 to 2.00.
La Cigale is a very popular bar, on two floors. The first resembles a coffee Parisien thanks to its round tables, the atmosphere lively and curious decorations, including vintage cars toy and religious icons. The upper floor is more spacious and is filled with a deliciously chaotic mix of shelves, antique portraits, kitschy objects, furniture and sewing machines. The pub serves burgers the size of a soccer ball, Fresh fruit daiquiris, bottled craft beers, In addition to concerts, exhibitions and events.
The Loch Inn (Passeig Sant Joan 74, Barcelona)
Open from Sunday, Monday and Thursday from 18.00 to 1.30, Friday from 18.00 to 3.00, Saturday from 13.00 to 3.00.
The Loch Inn It's a great English pub in Barcelona that offers tasty food, best drinks and live sporting events, without hordes of drunken tourists and overly inflated prices.
Maumau Underground (Calle de Fontrodona, 35, Barcelona)
Open from Thursday to Saturday from 21.00 to 2.45.
Located five minutes from Paral-lel, the Maumau Underground is a local popular with fashionable people, artists well dressed, students and young professionals who find themselves on the weekend, sipping gin and tonics or vintage cocktails, as Moscow Mules or Sailor Jerrys. The bar is furnished with low white sofas, pop art, bamboo sticks and a ceiling of canvas. The background music is oriented on the funk and rare grooves. For movie fans, through Thursday night are organized screenings of short films.
Hipster Bar Crawl
If you want to experience an authentic evening in Barcelona, Hipster Bar Crawl suits your needs. Start your night at a coffeehouse lowkey and charismatic in the lively Raval district where, with your drinking buddies, You can try a mojito perfectly mixed, a glass of Cava or a craft beer. Then your local guide will take you on a tour of the best neighborhood bars, from the legendary Modernist hangout where Hemingway once drank Absinthe, to live music venues and other trendy bars, to end up dancing at a club for the rest of the night. The evening costs 25 euros and includes a free cocktail and some delicious tapas. On this tour you will travel in a small group of most other 15 people with a guide at your disposal and a flexible itinerary, that hardly a tourist has the opportunity to visit. If you are looking for a real slice of Barcelona nightlife, There is nothing more authentic than this.
Barcelona Pub Crawl (Carrer del Paradís 4, Barcelona)
Every day from 21.00 to 6.00.
The Barcelona Pub Crawl takes you on a tour of some of the best bars and pubs of the city, starting from 22.30, with free drinks in each. The tour finishes as usual in one of best clubs in Barcelona, Depending on the night and the events scheduled. In addition to, challenges of beer pong and body shots of vodka. The tour costs 20 euros (15 euro if you book on line) and it includes not only your experienced guide, but as many as four free drinks and admission to the disco.
The Pub Crawl is performed daily during the summer and 3 times a week during the winter. The meeting point is located at the George Payne Irish Bar (Placa d’Urquinaona 5, Barcelona) It starts at 22.30.
Barcelona Bar Crawl (George Payne Plaça d’Urquinaona 5, Barcelona)
Every day from 22.00.
Other Pub Crawl in Barcelona. An alternative to the other two tours offered.
The Barcelona NightCard
The Barcelona NightCard allows you to free entrance to 24 clubs in Barcelona. The card is valid for 7 days, Costa 20 euro and includes a map with all the clubs: Rena (3 various disc), Boulevard, The Carp, Danzatoria, Atlantic, Becool, Bikini, City Hall, The Room, El Latino, Moog, Nick Havanna, Otto Zutz, Piratas, Shoko, Teatre Principal, Macarena, Soho, Sutton, Les Enfants, Costa Breve, Smalls. You can buy it Online or at theOffice of tourism. The Barcelona NightCard allows free entrance discos until 2.00 and does not include drinks.
The cheap version of the card shall be valid for 2 days and costs 10 euros.