Nightlife in Barcelona, Spain (II)

Nightlife in Barcelona, Spain (II)

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The diversity of nightlife in the Catalonian megalopolis offers a huge range of choices, with something to suit everyone. Numerous cafes, bars, restaurants, theatres, cinemas, clubs and other places with dancing, open their doors to the local residents and the city’s guests every day. Night revelers mainly populate the streets from Thursday to Saturday and gradually start seeking out clubs from around midnight. If you want to find out what’s going on during your stay you should ask the staff at your hotel for an insider tip or buy a copy of the city’s event guide Guia del Ocio (which comes out weekly) at a newsstand.

 

6. Nightlife in Barcelona, Spain: Bar Gimlet

Cocktail drinkers will certainly find what they are looking for in this bar as the bartenders constantly conjure up new imaginative drinks with plenty of creativity.

 

7. Nightlife in Barcelona, Spain: Hotel Omm Bar

This exquisite bar and lounge is located on the ground floor of Hotel Omm and creates a pleasant atmosphere with leather sofas, sculptures, and an open fireplace with discreet lightning. This is a wonderful place to recover from the hustle and bustle of the city.

 

8. Nightlife in Barcelona, Spain: Pastis

This very popular bar on the Ramblas has been around since the 1940s. Dark colors and countless memorabilia dominate the interior. Tasteful chansons emanate from the speakers. There is live music on Mondays and tango on Tuesdays. The bar is open daily from 7:30 pm until 2:30 am.

 

9. Nightlife in Barcelona, Spain: Bar Rubi

This bar is small but cool and is dominated by red color tones and romantic candlelight. It is open by midday and offers guests a low-priced 3-course menu daily. The people in the staff are friendly and speak several languages.

 

10. Nightlife in Barcelona, Spain: Bar Torres de Avila

It is possible to enjoy delightful views of the city, surrounded by trees, from the rooftop terrace. The focal point of the terrace is an illuminated dome with moon and star symbols. Small tables also contribute to the romantic atmosphe