Barcelona is famous for its sun, beaches, famous monuments, but especially for its nightlife. Spaniards know how to party, and here we almost never sleep. This is a short guide on how to party, all on a low budget!
Before starting to drink it is always better to have a full stomach. Come and discover the free dinners at some of the music venues - you will have the opportunity to meet new people while enjoying sushi, pizzas or tapas. You will also have free drinks or cava or wine!
After eating well, it's time to go for several drinks at one of the many bars in the city. For example, you can go to The Cyrano. Located in the Zona Alta area, the Cyrano is a bar with an original concept: you are the one who prepare your drinks, and you will let yourself create the desired cocktail. This is the perfect place for empty purses and those who want to start the evening quickly.
If you are searching for something more authentic, Marsella bar will be perfect for you. Located in the Raval area and is one of the oldest bars in the city, having opened its doors to the public in 1820! Alongside it's historical heritage, It's also one of the best absinthe bars in town. If you are searching for something funny, you need to go to Espit chupitos. It is THE shooters' bar of the city. With more than 600 shooters with different flavors available, you will need at least one year to test them all. Good atmosphere guaranteed and impressive shows delivered by the bartenders. All-in-all, you will not get bored here.
Now it's time to get down to business. If you are heading to Barcelona without testing one of its iconic clubs would be a crime to its locals! Read on if you wish to find out more ...
If you are a fan of pop hits, commercial music and all things modern then Clubs of Olympic Port will appeal to you! Pacha, Opium and Catwalk are definitely hotspots in Barcelona, what makes it hard is choosing what one to go to! Maybe all three in one night? Anything is possible, after all…These venues offer breathtaking views of the sea, which is highly popular with tourists. Throughout the year you can see international DJs such as Bob Sinclair, Tiësto, Marshmello, or Lost Frequencies as well as many national DJs. It is also here that you can find the best VIP tables in the city.
If you wish to escape the tourists, and explore the local area, then head to Zona Alta and you will not be dissapointed. While you are at it, take a wander to Bling Bling Sutton or Mojito Club. Between the last hits of the moment and Latin sounds, you will be immersed in the Spanish culture. The clubs are bigger and have two or three rooms, perfect for groups of friends with different tastes. For those who prefer more offbeat ambiances, Razzmatazz and Sala Apolo will delight lovers of pure techno. Wondering what the dress code is? No need to dress up in your heels and full length dresses, come in a comfortable, simple outfit and party the night away.
One last tip: if you want to go clubbing for free , remember to register on ISAAC list or Youbarcelona, without any problems and without last minute.
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