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    Yeah, the nightlife in...

    by YsndHalf Written Sep 2, 2002

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    Yeah, the nightlife in Barcelona is really good! You have there the most rich offer, wherever you are:
    - Maremàgnum, if you are near the sea port. Discotheques, bars and some Irish pub.
    - Barri Gòtic (gothic quartier), beside Les Rambles (you can ask for Plaça Real). There you can find typical inns (I recommend you La Ovella Negra or La Musiqueta).
    - Get Back, for Sarrià zone (near Balmes street crossing Diagonal avenue... sorry I don't remember exactly the place). A very good discotheque.
    - Near the Hospital Clínic zone there are a lot of bars and discotheques.
    - At the north-west, near the Barcelona F.C. football ground, you can find some 'chic' discotheques like Carpe Diem, Torre Melina or Jimmys.

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    Barcelona is full of different...

    by Zoe_bcn Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Barcelona is full of different kinds of clubs and bars. Choose the kind of music that you want and you will find it! Reggae, House, Techno, Rap, Salsa, Jazz... all is possible in Barcelona!
    The differents areas where i use to go are: Gothic Quarter, Eixample (known also as Gaixample, because there are a lot of bars, cafés, pubs and discos for gay and lesbian people) This is also a nice area to go at night, where you will find funny people. Sure!!, also Gracia and Born...
    Some places that I consider the best:
    CAFE ROYALE (Funky music)
    MY FAVOURITE!!!!! THE BEST!!!!!! (Jenniferchin... u know what im talking about!! ;-)
    3, Nou de Zurbano street

    JAMBOREE (Rap, Hip-hop, R&B)
    Pl. Reial

    SALSITAS (House music)
    Nou de la Rambla street

    DISCOTEQUE (Techno and House Music)
    Pueblo Español
    Montjuïc

    LA TERRAZZA (House)
    Pueblo Español
    Montjuïc

    OTTO ZUTZ (House, Rap)
    Lincoln street

    FONFONE (Escudellers street).House



    Dress Code: As you want but in some clubs like Discoteque the doorman will look you from up to down, so it will be better to dress fashion clothes....

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    Dance under the Latino...

    by Cyndel Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Dance under the Latino rhythms, with a tequila sunrise or a chupistos under the hand!
    Ah the nights in Barcelona!!!!!!!!!!
    Reappointed so that I would not nearly have need to speak of it to you.

    In fact Barcelona is born again the night, the bars light music, people leave, drink, live!

    There are bars so and other to make the feast that I cannot give you any addresses. Go therefore to the sound that attracts!

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    Republica : Dancing club ,...

    by Raffael Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Republica : Dancing club , mixt ambient, fun!! (next to Estacion de Francia)
    Dancing bars: Risco and Fuse (mixt ambient) good!! (Area of Eixample)
    For latin music: at Maremagnum (but very touristic)!
    Gay places: Medusa,Dietrich (Bars in Eixample) and Salvation (Club in Urquinaona square).
    Then you can find many small bars around the city, and major you can walk or take a taxi, though dont think is nesesary!
    They are above, its a live City, especially during starts at March till November), lots of sun, beaches, open poeple..cosmopolitan city..want more???

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  • MOOG,placa rial, paseig de...

    by keleni Written Aug 25, 2002

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    MOOG,placa rial, paseig de gracia, las ramblas, jumboree plays soul music i hated it, every sunday though right next to jumboree, you can go to the TARANTOS and watch traditional, spanish dancers and singers, its worth it

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    There are plenty of clubs in...

    by Steve-H Written Aug 25, 2002

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    There are plenty of clubs in Barcelona,as Steff gleefully pointed out, and most bars and restaurants are open late so expect to go home when the birds are singing (unlike London where everything shuts early and you have to go home when the drunks are singing)

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  • CLUBBING!All over the city...

    by jonny_b Written Aug 25, 2002

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    CLUBBING!
    All over the city are a whole range of club - and also pubs and are a reasonable price too. Check them out! Drinks are cheap too with oftern pubs/bars selling two for the price of one, or shots for less than £1.50! Yet do not drink booze on the streets as it's illegal!

    Dress Code: Quite smart (i.e. not too 'touristy')
    For girls, then they can get in waring almost anything! But for lads, then a smart shirt/top and black shoes are needed. (and NO jeans!)

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  • There's lots of bars, cafes,...

    by SusanneBeck Written Aug 25, 2002

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    There's lots of bars, cafes, clubs and discos throughout Barcelona especially in area south of Av. Diagonal between C.Pau Claris and C.Aribau. The variety is amazing and there's definitely somewhere to suit every taste. There's a more upscale selection of places to go above the Av.Diagonal, on C.Santaló and nearby at the Plaça Francesc Macià. The streets of C.Aribau and C.Muntaner are also very lively at night. In the area of Av. del Tibidabao, there are several musical and dance places which have a more relaxed atmosphere and are very popular in the summer.

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    Plaza Reial, El Born, Plaza...

    by Zezel Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Plaza Reial, El Born, Plaza Francesc Macia, Gracia, and of course the Villa Olimpica!!! All full of bares and dancing clubs.

    Dress Code: No jeans please! You'll see that Spaniards as Italians are very much into fashion. Some places, would not let you in if you are dressing well (at least some dressing shoes), for the ladys, wherever you like!

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    There are so many bars and...

    by Nene26 Written Aug 25, 2002

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    There are so many bars and pubs that you won´t be able to visit them all. If you prefer dancing you can go to any Disco in Maremagnum.

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