If you live in Barcelona, you will undoubtedly be familiar with its vibrant nightlife. From cocktail bars to beach clubs! There is so much to do and so many places to go that you will always find something to do at night.

Live music events can be found in many of Barcelona’s Nightlife Music Halls each week. With places like Razzmatazz and the Palau Sant Jordi, all you have to do is check out their website. There you can see which artist is playing and preorder the tickets. Being a lively city, there are always plenty of artists to choose from.


There’s a variety of places to go to in all the districts of Barcelona. Las Ramblas is one of Barcelona’s busiest streets. But it’s also the place to find discount cards, drink promotions and free entry leaflets. If you take the metro to Plaça Catalunya, you can access the street and walk all the way down. Be sure to keep your belongings safe as it is known for the occasional pick-pocket.

First, try Le Pop Cocktail Bar for a few drinks and a more sophisticated night or head down to Plaza Reial and check out Jamboree and the other clubs the square has to offer. Then, wander off into el Born and try out a few of its many individual bars. Finally, a bar crawl is the best way to enjoy the nightlife Barcelona has to offer, meet new people and have a good time. In the same fashion, you should check out Creps al born, enjoy one of their internationally known cocktails and try a selection of amazing crepes on offer.



Opium is located along the Mediterranean coast, near Barceloneta Beach. It is also near Pacha and Carpe Diem. With a very select restaurant, cocktail bar and lounge it is a popular cosmopolitan place of leisure. Moreover, they host international DJs and artists while providing a unique interior design space.

Sala Apolo

Sala Apolo is situated on Carrer Nou de la Rambla, 113. Similarly, they hold music events from top DJs and even have their own merchandise store. This is the place to go if you’re looking to have a good time close to the city Centre. With big crowds, there’s always a great atmosphere and you’re guaranteed to have a good time. It’s a place you have to visit at least once.


CDLC Carpe Diem

It is located along the Passeig Maritim de la Barceloneta and opens from 12.00pm to 5.00am every Monday to Sunday. Encompassing a mix of cultures and food styles including Mediterranean and Asian with Arabic and Moroccan touches, this is one of the most exclusive environments. It has been awarded one of the finest clubs in the world and combines the best music with chic people premium champagne. With its Moroccan interior, this is a place to both party and relax.


Catwalk is open from Thursday to Saturday and can be found on Calle Ramon Trias Fargas, at the bottom of the Hotel Arts by the Port Olimpico. Additionally, the best way to get to this night club is via metro which is Ciutadella Villa Olimpica (yellow L4). Catwalk attracts the most glamorous of young people in Barcelona and can hold up to 1000 people. With the dance floor on the ground floor, the chill-out zone upstairs and Ibiza sounds, Catwalk is fully recommended for a visit.



JAMBOREE dance club 

Jamboree is a night club based in the Centre of Barcelona in Placa Reial. Actually, it is open from Monday to Sunday from 12pm until 5 or 6 am, depending on the night. It hosts live music, r&b, hip-hop, dance hall and rock indie. In fact, this club is open 365 days a year. It attracts people from 20 to 35 years-old and has a maximum entry price of 10 euros. Hosting the best DJ’s in the City, this club is the best choice for all lovers of hip-hop, funk and soul.

Sala Razzmatazz

Razzmatazz is unarguably one of the best night clubs in Barcelona. If you go to their website, you can click and view the upcoming concerts to see which artists are playing and on which date. Usually, tickets cost between 15€ to 35€.  Furthermore, you can  get special discount codes and get on the guest list by downloading the flier online. Sala Razzmatazz hosts top bands and artists including James Bay, Halsey and The Vaccines. Uniquely, it has 5 different rooms and you can go in and out of them as you wish.




If you are a student, then you can enjoy the parties organized by the universities or by their student body. In particular, La Telecogresca (during May) and Festa Major de la Autónoma (the last Friday in October) are the two main parties to remember. Besides, if you keep an eye on the many announcements made by other organizations that are trying to raise money for student trips, you are going to notice that many other smaller parties happen along the year.