Nightclubs and bars in Barcelona

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  • Night Clubs: Villalola

    by euca Written Sep 12, 2011

    Villalola is a gentlemen's club where the girls will give the company you are looking for while you drink the best GinTonics in Barcelona, Great variety of Gins. Come to watch football games with the girls on your team, the football days enjoy the 2x1 offer in drinks. Have you ever had a Lap Dance? Private dances that will turn you on. In this Strip Club you will live the most striking stag with striptease, lesbian shows and a new, unique in Barcelona in offering Body Sushi, come to find out. Open every day of the year. Booking service to come to the club and escort service to hotels. Private parties and events. Limited seating. Free admission.

    Dress Code: Casual clothes

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  • Soul Club: Soul and Jazz in Barri Gotico Barcelona

    by veroniquecassar Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Such a great small bar! We stumbled upon it on friday night. For Eu5 each we had a pass and free drink. the music was fantastic, people were relaxed and chatty and it proved to be a very nice experience. My man and I had a blast dancing around to Jazz and Soul. I highly recommend this place. would def go here again!

    Dress Code: Casual

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    Live Music: Summercase 08

    by DPando Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    As other past years Summercase is almost ready !! this year the event is July the 18th and 19th. Lots of bands are on list at this time and is expected other to confirm before those days.. Its a great live music show with lots of performances at the same time during day and night in different scenarios...

    Check prices at http://www.summercase.com/indexen.html

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    Blue Sunday: go on sunday

    by jorgejuansanchez Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Drinks after hours.
    This club is very convenient if you have had dinner in one of the many restaurants in the area. Ask for the Baja Cocktail, or an especial drink only prepared in Blue Sunday.

    Dress Code: nice is better

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    Danzatoria: A pleasant dance floor with garden...

    by Tripack Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    UPDATE :
    SORRY CLOSED DOWN IN 2006

    Danzatoria is located up on the hill of Tibidabo. This former villa has been transformed into one of the best night clubs in Barcelona.

    Various floors with four different ambiences and musical styles that make it accessible for everybody that loves to dance.

    Great interior design and an impressive thousand-square-metre garden so you can chat and dance under the stars!

    Drinks could seem you a little bit pricey but entrance is free of charge!

    TIP: as the Club closed at 3AM, it could be tricky to get a taxi there, so leave before or prepare a Plan B.

    Dress Code:
    Be smart!

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    LA PALOMA: Flamenco anyone? ;)

    by Ibizahippie Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    I remember seeing a paste-on ads of this place on the street..& was interested to go as there was a flamenco show(I lurrrv Flamenco! =D). The first thing I notice as I entered is the large, old-fashioned hall. Do come early if you wanna get a comfortable seat to enjoy the show. * (I don't know tho if they have flamenco show every week..So you gotta check with them). After the great Flamenco performance, the hall was 're-arraged"..seats removed, and transformed to a dance hall. Begins with Salsa music, the music then changed to techno, hip-hop & reggae as the night goes on.

    One thing to take note, in this city, generally "party" doesn't really get started until about 2am. I remember leaving at 3am when the crowds was just starting to fill in..hee ;p
    Therefore, try not to make much plan for the next day if you plan to party the night before..as you'll obviously get shagged the next day :P

    So party all nite..and as the sun is coming up, the tradition is to have churros dipped in your thick hot chocolate before stumbling home to sleep. ;)

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    LA PALOMA: Disco NIte

    by listenandlearn Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Here we were looking for a certain disco at this area downtown and sort of got lost and it was a fortunate that we got lost and found this LA PALAMO where we had great time dancing till 5 in the morning. WHEW! it was fun! just dancing all night!

    Dress Code: Jeans and casual clothes,.

    Just ready to put on my dancing shoes.
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    LA PALOMA: techno music

    by emilybcn Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    La paloma is different from other nightclubs because it used to be a ballroom, now it's a techno night club with break dancers. The last time I went they even had an electronica singer and band, which was interesting, probably really incredible for those who love this music( not me). It's a cool experience, be careful at night though as it is not in the greatest area.

    Dress Code: Dress code is casual for a discotheque

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    Night Clubs: Tequila

    by lashr1999 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    The club is located in a Shopping Center, the "Maremagnum of Barcelona" There is partying atmosphere with people from all around the world. The club plays some rock and english music. We had a good time after a few shots of Tequila:)

    Dress Code: Casual

    me at Tequila a Barcelona nite club

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    Along the Harbor: Party by the harbor.

    by seamandrew Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Along the Maremagnum Mall at Port Vell are a number of clubs that are open quite late. Tequila and Fiesta are two that I remember. We didn't go into any but we did walk by them and they looked like fun. We were tired of all our walking and the great meal at Mandongo Restaurant.

    Dress Code: Dress to have fun!

    The club scene.

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    Dancing: Danses a la Plaça el Rei

    by Peret Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    From end of September til Christmas, and Abril til Juin, the friday's nights you can go to dance traditional dances of the world. You can't dance? Well, you can go to hier them, or see the people dancing. But probably you won't resist to start dancing. There's teacher's who help you, amd if you start, you won't stop dancing in the night.
    This take place in the "Plaça del Rei" (King's square) that is not the same then Plaça Reial although both are in old town.

    Danses
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    Theater / Concerts: Palau de la Musica

    by SirRichard Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    This magnificient modernist building (1908) deserves a visit by itself, even if you don't like classic music concerts. There are guided tours (U can't visit on your own), so you will have to wait till the group is formed. The main hall of concerts is really amazing. No pics allowed inside.

    In 1997 it was declared a "World Heritage Site" by UNESCO.

    The facade
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    Dancing: Salsa

    by Peret Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Now in Barcelona have a big succes the salsa. Ten years ago was only (at least that i Know) one or two "salsotecas", but i don't know why, in the last times you can chose beetwen at least 10 locals when only you will hier salsa. It's truth that there's a lot of cubans, in Barcelona, cause Catalonia and Cuba are hystorically relate for several reasons. But the sytle that have a great school here, is the dance-line, like in Los Angeles.
    Well, me and my girl-friend like very much to dance salsa. If you wont to know the salsa of Barcelona, just say it us.
    En aquests moments, a Barcelona la salsa té força èxit. Fa uns anys només hi havien una o dos salsoteques, però ara hi han 10 llocs on gairebé només posen aquesta música. Catalunya ha tingut relació amb Cuba històricament. No obstant, l'estil que més escola té a Barcelona és el de Los Ángeles.
    A mi i a la meva dona ens agrada molt ballar salsa. Si voleu que us hi assessorem, només ens heu d'escriure.

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    PALAU DE LA MUSICA CATALANA: FOR THOSE WHO LOVE MUSIC....

    by eden_teuling Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    For those who love ART NOUVEAu this palace of music will be a gem.

    This building is so extremely abundant, rich, excessive that it overwhelmed me........I enjoyed it so much that I didn't know where to start watching it all.

    Luckily we were quite early so we could walk around and enjoy every detail.....but taking photographs was forbidden, which was such a pity.

    The postcard you see here is part ot the stage: the walls are decorated with e.g. these
    MUSES, de sacred NINE....partly in relief, partly painted.

    Enjoy the mosaic around those figures....

    Really it was very worthy waiting for 2 hrs. to get tickets........
    One of the HIGHLIGHTS for me.

    The architect was Ll Domenech i Montaner

    Eusebi Arnau sculpted the sacred NINE and Lluis Bru is the creator of the mosaic.

    Dress Code: formal and festive......

    ART NOUVEAU THE SACRED NINE BARCELONA.

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    HARD ROCK CAFé: MODERN MUSIC ????

    by eden_teuling Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    I have to admit that I did not enter this place.....too noisy for me!

    But I think there are many who will like this TIP and so here it is!

    There is a Restaurant and LIVE MUSIC

    Dress Code: I don't think you need to wear a smoking here ...so, go as you are....and enjoy.

    HARD ROCK CAF�� BARCELONA

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