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Enjoying a night out in Barcelona

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As the capital of the Catalonia region of Spain, Barcelona is famed for its tourism trade, with plenty of entertainment and cultural activities on offer. Being the second largest city in country, the area is the 6th most populated place on earth, being home to over 4.5m civilians. Barcelona is renowned for its fantastic nightlife scene, with the heart of the city’s entertainment being down the Las Ramblas, a road packed with clubs, restaurants and bars. If you are explore the surrounding areas for a drink, then head towards Diagonal Avenue and try out the Old Fashioned Gin & Tonic bar. Being regarded as one of the best bars within the city, the venue has a great gin based cocktail menu, as well as a wide range of Iberian meat dishes for visitors to try out. The Old Fashioned also has great live music and DJ nights, with tunes ranging from the swinging 60’s to the pop chart music of today.

The Old Fashion bar is a great place for a civilised drink, but if you are looking for a lively club to dance the night away in Barcelona is your oyster. The Razzmatazz is one of the more popular venues in the Ciutat Comtal, although it is slightly out of the city centre. The club has music to cater for all your interests as the venue has 5 different rooms all playing a variety of genres from all the generations of music. For fans of more electronic music from decades gone by, the Moog is the club for you. Located more in the city centre, the venue is open every night of the week, attracting crowds of both locals and tourists.

Although Barcelona is famed for its nightlife and entertainment, one industry which the city does not get praised for is the gambling trade. When going on holiday, many tourists like to try something out they wouldn’t necessarily do when at home, and what better place to try your first gaming experience than the Casino Barcelona. The venue offers two different types of poker, No Limit Texas Hold’em and Pot Limit Omaha, and holds weekly poker tournaments that anybody can get involved in. Professional poker tours are now flocking to Barcelona to experience the card tables, so why not watch the the pros in action.

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