Nightlife in Barcelona
Barcelona gets it second wind after dark. The neighborhood bars and pubs are extremely popular and the clubs and nightspots vibrate to the beat of a modern generation.
Club Apolo/Nitsa is located in an old theater and it stays open until six in the morning. There are different rooms for different music tastes, which range from hip-hop to techno.
El Xampanyet is located near the Picasso Museum and is a great spot for champagne and anchovies and other tapas treats.
Partyular is located in a mansion on the top of a hill in Tibidabo. That’s where the trendiest crowd hangs out. The bar, as well as the terrace is set up for chatting, but you’ll need a taxi to get there.
Benidorm is a small friendly bar that’s inexpensive. Its modern décor is unique and the DJs play an eclectic mix of music.
Barcelona also has a very active gay scene. Visit Casanova, Atame or the Bear Factory if you want to dance or see live shows.