Set among historical sites is a great neighborhood of restaurants, bars and nightclubs. I have to admit, I didn't quite catch the name of my favorite place, but Radio City and Cafe Negrito were part of one of my favorite nights in Valencia.
Dress Code: I saw people wearing pretty much a little bit of everything.
The elegance and passion of the flamenco are unrivaled in my experience. Seeing someone who knows the dance is an unbelievable experience. They say more with one movement, than I can with 100 words.
Dress Code: There didn't seem to be one, but the locals were quite dressed up.
One of the best place you can go in Valencia to have a beer (thank God, they speak English). Awesome Mike will serve you the best microbrewed beer of the country (the brew 3 different beers). Great spot to meet new people too.
Dress Code: No special dress code required
The singles bar in Valencia is a place that is open practically during the whole day. You can have your breakfast here, however it transforms radically after the night hours. it is a sophisticated locale with great decor and style. The crowd is fantastic and the music is the best you can enjoy.
this is place as I hav ementioned before is open throughout the day. If you choose to come in here for lunch, they have a good menu at a great price and with deals like pay one have 2, from sunday to thursday for just 22 euros. Take into account that the drinks ar enot included in this price. Drinks are pretty reasonably priced at around 8 euros. So it could be a good choice for a great evening or whatever time you prefer to go there.
The City of Valencia has all manner of free shows almost every night during the summer. This one featured the "Young Valenciennes" where young adults sang mostly standards. Pick up a brochure at one of the tourist information kiosks.
Cafe Bolseria is one of the most trendy and traditional bars to visit for drinks when you are partying in Valencia. Situated in the popular Barrio del Carmen in an area where there are a lot of other bars and very good atmosphere.
This place seems to be always full of people. Entry is free. Your dress and conduct code and allow you into or keep you out of this place as here are guards at the door who check everybody at the door for the safety and enjoyment of those who are having a great time inside the locale.
Contemporary decoration, great music and a good variety of drinks served. Prices for a drink could be around 8 – 10 Euros depending on what you request for.
The music they play here is R&B and pop often mixed into variety of hybrids catering to the tastes of the mixture of wo come over here to have a good time. te crowd is usually of around 30 years of age.
Timings of this place are normally from 19.30 to 03.30 everyday.
Dress Code: dont wear white tennis shoes
If youre out and about in Valencia, try Bar Beer, in calle salamanca. A real Spanish bar, with a big tv for spanish footy, and a football table.i love it. really friendly, really cheap, and busy.
Great pints, cheap bottles of heineken, and fantastic jugs of 'agua de valencia' for €5!
well worth a visit for a few drinks.
this aint a fancy knobjockey bar, its a real spanish local for young spaniards and footy fans.
Dress Code: none. although you may be looked at a bit strange if you turn up in a whistle.
When you want to watch a rugby match, its always best to find an establishment full of like minded souls, out to have a good time, and a few jars.
In Valencia, St Pats is a fair place to do so. There are loads of tv's, so you should have no probs finding a spot where you can see the game, and they'll often put on different sports at the same time, to keep everyone happy. Ive been in here a good few times, and its nearly always busy, with good staff and decent pints. The guinness is good enough.
Nice to be able to mingle with lots of nationalities and sit with fans of your opposition!
they dont do food, but they will order you a pizza from a local restaurant which will be deivered to your table! a good idea, since it will keep the punters in.
prices are as per all Irish bars - expensive, but expected.
be prepared for spanish staff to finish their conversation with their friends before they serve you, its the norm.
All in all, St Pats gets the thumbs up if you want a weekend watching sport.
Dress Code: Its an irish bar, just bring your drinking head.
We were drawn to this bar by the women 'touts' stood outside dressed in costume.
Once they spotted our group of 8, they tried to entice us into this bar.
We told them that our friend had just turned 40, so we were then elevated to VIP status and were promised a free drink at the bar downstairs-
Heather the Birthday Girl was given a free drink, but when we tried to order 8 beers, we were told that they'd run out of beer!! Hmmmmm, we decided to leave, and ended up going a few doors down to Fox Congo (see my tip)
Dress Code: Not sure if there was a 'dress code' if there was we passed it!
After wandering around for a while, we came across this bar, and promptly found a table for the 8 of us outside. It was less than 2 hours to midnight, when Heather would turn 40!
The staff were very friendly and patient with us, as we tried to sort out our drinks order.
After a couple of rounds of beer and wine and Sangria it was nearly midnight, so we ordered a couple of bottles of Cava, and the waitress and waiter rustled up some glasses so we could toast Heather, they joined in singing "Happy Birthday" to her, and one waitress put a silver coin into the cork for Good Luck!
Although it was a bit chilly, we stayed outside, though there was seating inside the small bar, and an adjoining bar had a patio heater.
A nice location in a square overlooked by the illuminated Torres de Serranos. I should imagine that it is quite lively here in Summer.
A Great atmosphere, and Great staff!
Dress Code: Come as You are
Sitting outside in late Feb, it was a bit chilly- glad of my coat. Adjacent bar had patio heaters, but we managed ok! We're tough northeners ;-0 !!