Gijón Nightlife

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    General: There s no need to put a title (we are in Spain!!)

    by Jansa Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    I won?t say anything about one nightclub in particular. I?ll just say some several things about the zones where you can go at night.
    First of all, you should know that the better days to go out at night are friday and, overmore, saturday.
    There are 4 important zones here in Gij?n:
    -"La Arena": there are some pubs. It?s in front of the beach, far away from the old town. People is younger (15-20 years).
    -"La Ruta": it?s the most important zone in the city. There are lots of pubs, and it?s near from the old town.
    -"Cimadevilla": the oldest nightclub zone in the city. The music is not the same as in the other zones, where you use to hear latin and dance music. Here you can hear old spanish and international pop/ rock music, and other alternatives sounds.
    -"Poniente": near from Cimadevilla and La Ruta you can find more nightclubs. People is older (>25 years).

    Just check the website I put in this page. It s a great, easy and very helpful page where you can see all the pubs here in Gijon (it has just one problem:it s written just in spanish, but you have a map and the names of the pub with the address, so it s not a real problem).

    Enjoy with "Gijon La Nuit"!!!!. See you in the pubs!!.

    Dress Code: Thereýs no need special dress or care about your clothes. You can get into any pub without any problem.
    In every zone you will find different people with different styles (everything depends on the music and what you prefer).

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    Starts Thursday, Friday and...

    by TinyTuck Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Starts Thursday, Friday and Saturday at about midnight. It´s concentrated around Plaza Mayor, the later it gets the closer people move on to the beach area. You can easily go out all night and then have breakfast in a café... There´s a great variety of different bars. Just follow the crowd.
    Oh, be prepared that you´ll hear mainly Spanish music. And in some bars you´ll see people dance Salsa and other Latin dances. Bars are very crowded in Spain, as you can see on the picture, 'the more people the better' as the Spanish say...

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    'BULEVAR'Claudio Alvaro...

    by Rumbero Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Claudio Alvaro González, 8
    Tel. 985 342 031

    Claudio Alvaro González
    Tel. 985 343 255

    Jardines del Náutico, s/n
    Tel. 985 355 699

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