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The most popular night clubs in               BarcelonaOne thing you will soon learn about Barcelona is it‟s a city thatdo...
Most of the clubs do not have a set price. It varies according tonight, and who is playing, many are free before a certain...
Magic Club is one of Barcelona‟s most famous and well-loved indieclubs. Expect sweaty dance floors and 80s hits. Magic is ...
Magic Club has a capacity of about 1000 people across two large andsweaty dance floors. The DJs are locals and these crowd...
Elephant is one of Barcelona‟s chicest nightclubs is the Elephantwhich is located in the Les Corts neighborhood. Elephant ...
There is also an exclusive VIP area which is decorated with plush sofasand many mirrors and mood lighting and a „blue‟ sal...
Sala Razzmataz is the choice performance venue for the various overseasartists who visit Barcelona. The club charges an en...
Sutton. This New York style „dancetaria‟ has been reigning onBarcelona‟s nightclub scene for over six years and it is stil...
The Sutton club is located at posh Calle Tusset in the Gothic quarterand is open from Thursday to Saturday from midnight u...
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One thing you will soon learn about Barcelona is it’s a city that doesn’t sleep. The Spanish eat late, drink late and go out very late. At the weekend don’t be surprised if night clubs are pretty much empty until at least 01:00 – 02:00 in the morning, and they go on until about 06:00. Thank goodness for the siesta!
Barcelona’s nightlife is very much in keeping with the city itself, trendy, varied and sometimes spectacular. Even if you aren’t really a clubber at heart it is worth going out to at least one night club just to see what’s on offer, and remember there are more and more “lounge” clubs springing up if you like to take your drinks whilst reclining!
Most of the clubs do not have a set price. It varies according to night, and who is playing, many are free before a certain time (usually 01:00) plus if you walk around you are likely to be given a flyer that gets you in free all night. You can pick up flyers in shops, bars and some cafes have a rack of flyers. These usually either entitle you to a free drink, 2 for 1 drink, or free entrance. In the case of some clubs the flyer people actually stand very near the club itself but you can find them all over the city including down the Ramblas and in the Barri Gotic area.
Magic Club is one of Barcelona’s most famous and well-loved indie clubs. Expect sweaty dance floors and 80s hits. Magic is the place to head if you have had your fill of Barcelona’s obsession with minimal techno. This is the city’s indie club of choice. Each weekend sees fun-seekers and scallywags queuing down the street for a night of 80′s pop, soft rock and disco classics.
Magic Club has a capacity of about 1000 people across two large and sweaty dance floors. The DJs are locals and these crowds are not here for celebrity DJs. You can expect to hear everything from Madonna to Morrissey to Guns n Roses on a night out in Magic.
Elephant is one of Barcelona’s chicest nightclubs is the Elephant which is located in the Les Corts neighborhood. Elephant is ‘the place to see and be seen in Barcelona’. The club is housed in a two–storey baroque villa which has different ‘salas’. The lush verdant garden is adorned with colonial style décor and is a mellow chill out zone which has its own outdoor bar. The garden is decorated with large bronze elephants and lush bamboo groves and is the perfect spot to people watch as Elephant is frequented by many ‘beautiful’ people who come to Elephant for its ‘scene’.
There is also an exclusive VIP area which is decorated with plush sofas and many mirrors and mood lighting and a ‘blue’ sala which has a painted blue wall that is decorated with the popular Arabic symbol of the ‘Hand of Fatima‘.
Elephant is open from Wednesdays to Sundays and is located at 1, Paseo de los Tilos, Tel: +34 93 334 0258.
Razzmataz. Despite its cheesy name this is one of the most popular clubs in Barcelona as it offers its patrons five different styles of music in i

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  1. 1. http://barcelona.thetylergroup.org/2012/08/11 /the-most-popular-night-clubs-in-barcelona/
  2. 2. The most popular night clubs in BarcelonaOne thing you will soon learn about Barcelona is it‟s a city thatdoesn‟t sleep. The Spanish eat late, drink late and go out very late. Atthe weekend don‟t be surprised if night clubs are pretty much emptyuntil at least 01:00 – 02:00 in the morning, and they go on until about06:00. Thank goodness for the siesta!Barcelona‟s nightlife is very much in keeping with the cityitself, trendy, varied and sometimes spectacular. Even if you aren‟treally a clubber at heart it is worth going out to at least one nightclub just to see what‟s on offer, and remember there are more andmore “lounge” clubs springing up if you like to take your drinkswhilst reclining!
  3. 3. Most of the clubs do not have a set price. It varies according tonight, and who is playing, many are free before a certain time(usually 01:00) plus if you walk around you are likely to be given aflyer that gets you in free all night. You can pick up flyers inshops, bars and some cafes have a rack of flyers. These usuallyeither entitle you to a free drink, 2 for 1 drink, or free entrance. Inthe case of some clubs the flyer people actually stand very near theclub itself but you can find them all over the city including down theRamblas and in the Barri Gotic area.
  4. 4. Magic Club is one of Barcelona‟s most famous and well-loved indieclubs. Expect sweaty dance floors and 80s hits. Magic is the place tohead if you have had your fill of Barcelona‟s obsession with minimaltechno. This is the city‟s indie club of choice. Each weekend sees fun-seekers and scallywags queuing down the street for a night of 80′spop, soft rock and disco classics.
  5. 5. Magic Club has a capacity of about 1000 people across two large andsweaty dance floors. The DJs are locals and these crowds are nothere for celebrity DJs. You can expect to hear everything fromMadonna to Morrissey to Guns n Roses on a night out in Magic.
  6. 6. Elephant is one of Barcelona‟s chicest nightclubs is the Elephantwhich is located in the Les Corts neighborhood. Elephant is „the placeto see and be seen in Barcelona‟. The club is housed in a two–storeybaroque villa which has different „salas‟. The lush verdant garden isadorned with colonial style décor and is a mellow chill out zonewhich has its own outdoor bar. The garden is decorated with largebronze elephants and lush bamboo groves and is the perfect spot topeople watch as Elephant is frequented by many „beautiful‟ peoplewho come to Elephant for its „scene‟.
  7. 7. There is also an exclusive VIP area which is decorated with plush sofasand many mirrors and mood lighting and a „blue‟ sala which has a paintedblue wall that is decorated with the popular Arabic symbol of the „Hand ofFatima„.Elephant is open from Wednesdays to Sundays and is located at 1, Paseode los Tilos, Tel: +34 93 334 0258.Razzmataz. Despite its cheesy name this is one of the most popularclubs in Barcelona as it offers its patrons five different styles of music inits five different sections – The Razz Bar, The Loft, The Lolita, The RexRoom and The Pop Bar. All these sections actually function as independentclubs and your entrance fee allows you to roam freely between the roomsin order to experience the different thumping sounds according to yourpreference.
  8. 8. Sala Razzmataz is the choice performance venue for the various overseasartists who visit Barcelona. The club charges an entrance fee of 12 eurosand is located at 122, Carrer dels Almogàvers. Tel: + 34 932 720 910Mirabe. This is another splendid two storey club which has an outdoorgarden terrace and affords spectacular views from its location atopMt.Tibidabo. This classy club is open every day from 7pm onwards.However it may be difficult to get a taxi back to your hotel in the weehours of the morning after a night of partying at Mirabe.Mirabe is located at the end of Avenida Tibidabo. Tel: +34 934 340 035
  9. 9. Sutton. This New York style „dancetaria‟ has been reigning onBarcelona‟s nightclub scene for over six years and it is still goingstrong in spite of newer clubs having opened their doors. The SuttonClub has designated VIP areas for its premium guests and the clubhas been visited by international „glitterati‟ in the form of Hollywoodactor Nicholas Cage and Brazilian soccer stars like Ronaldo andRonaldinho.
  10. 10. The Sutton club is located at posh Calle Tusset in the Gothic quarterand is open from Thursday to Saturday from midnight until 5am. Tel:+34 93 414 4217Pacha. Can‟t make it to the Balearic island of Ibiza? Never fear asthe most famous nightclub in the world has an equally raucousoutpost in Barcelona. Located near the Zona Universitaria, thisnightspot is frequented by hordes of college students who areperennially looking for a spot to let their hair down.
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