Best Nightclubs and nightlife ideas for Barcelona, Spain
Best Barcelona nightlife and night clubs
Known for its crazy nightlife, Barcelona is home to plenty of clubs. So if you’re looking for a wild night of drinking and dancing, here’s a guide to the best clubs in Barcelona.
Lotus Theater (Bailen 22) - Once a notorious strip club, the Lotus Theater reopened in July 2008 as a slick nightclub. The club hosts a variety of events- live bands, DJs, theater- but you can always count plenty of dancing and glimpses of the theater’s risqué past in the sexy dancers that hold court above the bar and on tabletops.
City Hall (Rambla de Catalunya, 2-4) - A centrally located club, City Hall is always full of peopledancing and has two floors, four bars, and a terrace.
Sala Apolo (Nou de la Rambla, 113) - An awesome music venue, Apolo hosts concerts and DJs ofall varieties. With cinema spaces, the club also screens movies. Check their website to see what’s playing at Apolo.
Mojito Club (Rosellón 217) - This is a lively Latin club that welcomes both advanced and novice salsa dancers. The Mojito Club is the perfect place to try out your salsa skills or admire the impressive salsa-aficionadas from the bar. If you’re worried about your dancing, the club also offers dancing lessons during the day.
La Terrazza (Avenida Marques de Comillas) - La Terrazza, a popular dance club in the Poble Español on Montjüic, means “balcony” in Spanish. Aptly named, as the major dance floors and bars are located outside. Club enthusiasts come to La Terrazza for drinks and dancing and stay to watch the sun rise over the city.
Razzmatazz (Almogavers, 122) - A giant of a club, Razzmatazz boasts a 5-in-1 experience with 5 different club spaces (Razz Club, The Loft, Lolita, Pop Bar, and Rex Room) that all offer different music genres in one location. An excellent venue, the club hosts some of best concerts in Barcelona.
Opium Mar (Paseo Marítimo, 34) - Located right on the beach, Opium Mar is a sleek lounge that offers regular club nights. Opium has an upscale ambiance and a large terrace that opens onto the Barceloneta beach.
La Paloma (Tigre, 27) - Over a hundred years ago, La Paloma was a famous ballroom. Today, La Paloma is still a famous, although updated, dancehall. True to its roots, La Paloma plays traditional dance music in the evenings. At night, the club transforms and a younger crowd dances to house, techno, hip hop, and all the club favorites.
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