Ciutat Vella Nightlife, Barcelona

Ciutat Vella Nightlife, Barcelona

It is safe to say that Barcelona is one of those cities that never sleeps. Whatever kind of nightlife entertainment you may think of – a classy music joint or a swanky club to have a drink in and more – you will find it all in Barcelona. This walking tour takes you to some of the best discos and bars in the Ciutat Vella district.
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Ciutat Vella Nightlife Map

Guide Name: Ciutat Vella Nightlife
Guide Location: Spain » Barcelona (See other walking tours in Barcelona)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 7
Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.6 km
Author: Xena
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Benidorm

1) Benidorm

The Benidorm is named after a coastal town well known around these areas. This bar is characterized by comfort, the dim lights, good music, and everybody's favorite corner bar next to the entrance stairway. Their prices are the same as in the various locations of the Calle Joaquin Costa, but the atmosphere of the bar is what attracts the crowd to...   view more
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Jamboree

2) Jamboree

Jamboree, meaning “tribal reunion” in Zulu, is a Barcelona landmark on the jazz scene. Throughout its long history, this basement club has attracted some of the biggest names to perform on its stage, including the likes of Ornette Coleman, Chet Baker, Lou Bennet, Dexter Gordon, and more. A cultural highlight of the city, Jamboree practically defines the nightlife scene in the Plaça Reial area. Nightly live entertainment includes jazz, Latin, and blues bands by mainly Spanish performers. On...   view more
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Sidecar Factory Club

3) Sidecar Factory Club

A modest sized club with a dark and intimate setting, the Sidecar Factory Club is located in the center of the city. Open nightly to a diverse crowd consisting of both tourists and locals, the Sidecar features a variety of musical genres to entice its guests throughout the week. Reaching a capacity of 300 persons, this small club can get pretty packed on certain nights, the weekends in particular. Comprising a single open space, modest dance floor and, and a small stage, on a few nights...   view more
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Café Marula

4) Café Marula

Located in the center of the historic Gòtic district in Barcelona, despite the implication of its name, Café Marula is a chic nightclub decorated inside with a minimalist theme, blending wood, steel, and glass elements in to an elegant design. Holding a capacity of up to 400 guests, Café Marula treats its guests to a wonderful and diverse blend of music from R and B, funk and soul, to jazz, hip hop, or Afrobeat, keeping a particular focus on danceable tunes. Café Marula hosts both local...   view more
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Moog

5) Moog

A very small club with an excellent reputation both locally and worldwide, Moog is one of the best venues in Barcelona for house and techno music from a number of schools. Consisting of two floors, each with its own dance floor and full bar, the downstairs bar includes an elegant wood and iron design while the smaller upstairs space is decorated in mirrors. The downstairs entertainment is geared towards the deeper house and techno sounds, while upstairs guests can enjoy a mix of indie pop, 80s...   view more
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Bar Pastis

6) Bar Pastis

Bar Pastís is one of the most famous and most visited bars of Barcelona. The French music and the bohemian vibe will make you feel as you are in a Parisian cafe in the '50. Here you can taste the delicious Pastis liquor, an authentic French drink. The bar also organizes live music performances or tango and flamenco dances. Hours of operation: Monday-Thursday, Sunday 7:30pm-2:30am, Friday and Saturday...   view more
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Sala Apolo

7) Sala Apolo

Sala Apolo consists of two distinct venues: Apolo 1 is the larger space an old cinema theme to its design, including high ceilings, a big stage, and plenty of red velvet curtains. The smaller Apolo 2 has a more contemporary theme to its décor, with less lighting and a moodier vibe to it. Each room features distinct musical styles each night, to offer some variety to its guests. Genres are often meant to blend well together to encourage guests to explore both aspects of the nightclub’s nightly...   view more

Walking Tours in Barcelona, Spain

Create Your Own Walk in Barcelona

Create Your Own Walk in Barcelona

Creating your own self-guided walk in Barcelona is easy and fun. Choose the city attractions that you want to see and a walk route map will be created just for you. You can even set your hotel as the start point of the walk.
Picasso Walking Tour

Picasso Walking Tour

Pablo Picasso - the great Spanish painter, draftsman, and sculptor - developed his style in Barcelona where he spent many years of his life. This tour will take you to the bohemian sites of the city associated with the famous artist. Here you can visit Picasso Museum, the art gallery where his works were displayed for the first time to the public, and other similarly important places.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.6 km
Antoni Gaudí's Barcelona Walking Tour

Antoni Gaudí's Barcelona Walking Tour

Gaudí is admired around the world as one of the most distinctive architects of the 20th century. The unique technique and use of natural forms make his creations stand out from the pack. La Sagrada Família, Park Güell, Casa Batlló and other masterpieces will definitely take your breath away with their beauty, forms, colors, and overall design. Take this tour and enjoy the sight of Barcelona's architectural marvels created by Gaudí.

Tour Duration: 4 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 8.8 km
La Ribera Walking Tour

La Ribera Walking Tour

La Ribera is a culturally rich, historic area of old town Barcelona. Centuries ago, it was a very well to do neighborhood and was inhabited by aristocrats, merchants, wealthy sailors, and Jewish money-lenders. Today, it is regarded as the Soho of Barcelona and offers trendy shops and cafes, a popular hangout place for tourists and locals alike. Follow this guide and explore the unique sights of La Ribera.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.2 km
Barri Gotic Walking Tour

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The Gothic Quarter of Barcelona seems like a cut above the rest. It boasts a number of famous buildings, cathedrals and monuments. The area has many peaceful squares where you can relax and enjoy the surroundings. Take this tour to travel back in time and discover all the secrets of Barcelona's Gothic Quarter.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.1 km
Montjuic Walking Tour

Montjuic Walking Tour

Montjuïc is a hill in Barcelona which offers a variety of great attractions of historic, cultural, and architectural value. Here, you can watch a magic show by Font Màgica de Montjuïc, visit the place where matadors faced the bulls in the past, explore the Castell de Montjuic with its spectacular views, and much more. Discover the best spots of Montjuïc with this tour today!

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.0 km
Barri Gotic Specialty Shops

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It would be a pity to leave Barcelona without having explored its specialty shops and bringing home something truly original. The specialty shops are most popular with tourists. Take this two-hour tour to explore the Barri Gòtic (the Gothic quarter) best specialty shops!

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.0 km

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