Madrid Nightlife

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  • Nightlife
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  • Nightlife
    by littlebush

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  • 1. Clubs

    This is a great small intimate club in the centre of madrid. We found it by chance as the entrance doesn't show that well that it's a club inside. Intruso often has live music and the night we went...

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  • 2. Discos

    I don't remember the name of the Nightclub, but the night that I was about to go was a teen only, so I think 13-18. It looked very cool, and there was a large line of local Spaniard teenagers which...

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  • 3. Trendy areas

    I was recently in Madrid for a one night stop before heading home and it was nice to see the area around calle Barcelona was lively as ever. Lots of low cost bars, tables, light eats and lot of people...

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  • 4. Flamenco

    Great place to see a wonderful flamenco show in a very intimate atmosphere, it really is mind boggling, so much passion, power and artistry, just loved it. We dined there and the food was very good....

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  • 5. Live music & shows

    another of my times in Madrid that still goes strong after 40 years, right inside Retiro park and very near where I used to live. we used to come for dances, teen disco, now it has change over the...

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  • 6. Tapas

    There are hundreds of tapas, which vary by region, such as serrano ham, olives, "calamari" (fried squid rings), cheese, tortillas and "albondigas" (Spanish meatballs). In the northern regions,...

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  • 7. Irish pubs

    Please do not go to this bar. I have just had to deal with the rudest waiter ever. I commented that the English translation on the menu was terrible and responded by calling me a 'gillipollas' and...

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  • 8. Cafes

    Not a nightlife but an %evening tip. This classical cafe is a good place to have a coffee in company of people from the arts world. Is located in the building of the cultural association "Circulo de...

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  • 9. General

    Bulevart A small but decent bar which was serving 6 bottles of Heineken in a bucket for only €5 and so we indulged in a few buckets. Bulevart may not be the most luxurious of bars but the beer was...

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  • 10. Dining out

    We took advantage of the weather and the availabilty of outdoor seating, in Spain, as much as we could. What could be better? On our first night in Spain, in Madrid, we had dinner in the Plaza Mayor....

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  • 11. Opera and classic

    Situated in heart of Madrid, where Atocha street meets the Plaza de Jacinto Benavente - at beginning of what all the guide books proudly call the "Ruta de los literatos" (men of letters way), we find...

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  • 12. Terraces

    After a day of sightseeing, you might like to relax in the Plaza Mayor. You can sit at an outdoor cafe and have a drink or two. There are people of all ages there, and you'll probably see some buskers...

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  • 13. Theatre

    As I got picked up from the airport Ursula said: "It's good you're here, I have a surprise for you, for tomorrow. It's a show and they are from Israel" It was hard not to guess. Mayumana! It looked...

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  • 15. Bars: oh so many bars...

    The highlight of the trip. With the most bars per head of any city in the world there's a lot of choice. Although most are tiny compared to a UK pub. Beer and...

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  • 16. Cines/Películas: Cinemas/Movies

    Maybe you have had a hard day during your visit and you want to relax watching a good film. Here is the website that gives you all the information you may...

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  • 17. Teatro Muñoz Seca: Baila Española Flamenco Dance Performance

    I immensely enjoyed the Baila Española flamenco dance performance at the Teatro Muñoz Seca. It was an energetic dance performance that showcased both modern and...

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  • 18. Taberna Alhambra: Fun, Flirting and Food!

    Thanks to her trusty IPhone my friend was able to find Alhambra. The online guide said it was a fun local spot, just a few blocks from our hotel, where the...

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  • 19. Tio Pepe sign Sol: Illuminated Madrid

    As it was November, it soon was dark. Puerta de Sol was still buzzing as it had been earlier that afternoon when I first visited The line for lottery tickets...

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  • 20. Casino Gran Madrid

    Do you like gambling? Here is your place!Entrance requirementsIn order to access the Gaming Rooms, you must first identify yourself at our Reception Desk. If...

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  • 21. El Tío Vinagre: Cosy, Laidback Bar/Cafe

    El Tío Vinagre is tucked down a small side street in the multicultural Lavapies zone of the city. It is small but comfortable, and offers a range of infusions,...

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  • 22. Calle de las Huertas (Huertas Street)

    A lively street especially on the weekends.In the city centre, the street goes from Paseo del Prado to Plaza del Angel.Metro: Sol (lines 1, 2 and 3), Sevilla...

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  • 23. EL PENTA - VIA LACTEA: bars from the 80s

    There are some bars/pubs in the old part of the city that date back from the 80s when the cultural revolution started after Franco’s death, known as movida...

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  • 24. Cafe de Oriente: Pleasant spot to get out of the sun

    This over looks one of Madrid's prettiest squares, Plaza de Oriente which also over looks the Royal Palace. The Cafe de Oriente building was once part of a 17th...

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  • 25. Cafeeke: Brings memories back

    Cafeeke was introduced to me by Urzu. Ursula is a dearest friend with whom I spent wonderful 2 years of university courses and bar hopping in the Netherlands....

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