Great Magic Fountain, a family feature not to be missed.
Young and old alike flock to see this spectacular sight, it's array of coloured lights the fountains which swells and dances to various music.
starts at 7pm till 9pm in april.
A beautiful sight not to be missed.
Dress Code: Wrap up warm as the chill sets in at dusk.
the go and connect card provides many discounts in barcelona. there are about30 clubs that propose a discount for this card, the list of them is available on www.goandconnect.com/en/Card/Discounts
There is all the info on the website...
It's only 12 euros for 6 months and 15 for 1 year ;-)
I had a really fantastic night in a club situated at the Olympic Village. It is one of the best partys I have ever experienced. Unfortunatly I have forgotten the name of the Disco. Just go late at night to the Olympic Village, and see what's up.
By day an innocent tourist attraction, by night a rampaging party palace. The setting is a tourist village, made up of full scale replicas of the most famous buildings from all over Spain. The effect is a surreal background to a variety of Clubs and bars open from late to even later. Pascha is here and is one of the largest, but not I would say best. Spanish people don't go dancing till gone 1am, so prepare for the long ride, but when they come it goes off, and this is the place to be.
Dress Code: Come as you are.
apparently during the day, a kind of little plaza/castle where they can have a fast look in different cultures and architectures of Spain.
but when i was there at night, it was to see a highly ranked international DJ spin. my admission paid for the entrance in Poble Espanyol and the main nightclub where he was performing. ($15) there were other swanky bars playing different kinds of music located in here as well. It seemed to be one of the bigger places for the 20-sumpthins to go to. I had an OUTSTANDING time here! but since this was more like an event, i am unsure what this plac is like on "normal" weekends.
i am assuming it caters to the electronic/house music scene.
(if anyone can provide me what this place is like on a normal weekend night - that would be appriciated)
Dress Code: no tennis shoes.
Nightlife in Barcelona is amazing. The city offers lots of options for all kinds of people.
PUEBLO ESPANOL: There is around 3 clubs inside of this 'castle'. This place I'd recommend for alternative people.
Dress Code: Whatever u want, as crazy and different the better.
My nightlife experience is very poor unfortunately.
If I were more lucky and had more time in Barcelona, I would visit one of these places, which I heard alot about - Area Concor or Discotheque.
My Nr. 1. It is a great show of colours and music, everybody is happy... Great atmosphere. Don't miss them!!!
Dress Code: as u want