Barcelona club nights: Barcelona Party Calendar • The Best Parties and Club Nights in 2023

Barcelona Party Calendar • The Best Parties and Club Nights in 2023

Where to mix it up, Monday to Sunday…

By Duncan Rhodes

Quick Menu

Best Weekly Parties:

– Mondays

– Tuesdays

– Wednesdays

– Thursdays

– Fridays

– Saturdays

– Sundays

Getting on the List

Electronic Music Parties

Other Events

Monday mash ups, summer booze cruises, VIP club nights, Sunday day festivals and electronic music nights… we take a look at the best weekly parties and events in the Catalan capital. There’s always something great going on in Barcelona, and this guide will make sure you don’t miss the boat… sometimes literally!

So you’ve read all about the best party districts and places to go out on our Barcelona nightlife article, and you’ve checked out our drink section for some top bar and club reviews… but there’s still one vital piece of the knowledge jigsaw missing. When to turn up!

As the Barcelona Life team are something of nightlife connoisseurs ourselves, we know that ‘when’ can be even more important than ‘where’, and that’s why we’ve compiled a short list of suggestions of hot parties to check out on each separate night of the week. We hope this party calendar helps you keep on top of all the drinking and dancing action in the city, and as always we welcome – and encourage – your comments below. Salud amigos!

Barcelona Weekly Party Calendar

Whatever the night of the week it is, there’s always something going on in this town, from club nights and pub crawls, to a booze cruise on the high seas courtesy of the legendary Barcelona boat party! Check below for some guaranteed great nights out…

Monday Night

Monday is a tricky night for fiesta lovers, as locals start their working week or get back to their studies. During summer there’s enough party-loving tourists in town to keep Port Olimpic’s bevy of clubs full to bursting, so you can always head down to the marina, while year-round there’s always something going on in Plaza Real. But to guarantee a great night out on Mondays, your best bet might be to sign up for one of Barcelona’s best bar crawls, where you can be sure of good times with like-minded people. Another option is to drop by Belushi’s Bar for their Erasmus Student Network night and beer pong tournament.

Join a wild pub crawl that ends in a top nightclub

Tuesday Night

For the same reasons as above, Tuesday is also a great time of the week to jump on the Barcelona pub crawl, as every day is basically the weekend for young, up-for-it backpackers and travellers (but not so much for local residents, who have to get up for work).

Otherwise, a great midweek night out we recently discovered is this Cocktail Masterclass with Tapas. For €46 you get four cocktails (which you learn how to make yourself!), with tapas, and we found it a great way to meet new people to continue drinking with once the class is over! It’s become very popular recently, thanks to its 5-star reviews on Get Your Guide, where you can also book the activity. Currently running at 5pm, 7pm and 9pm each night.

Shake it up at a hip cocktail class

BEST TUESDAY NIGHT OPTION: Cocktail Masterclass with Tapas

Wednesday Night

Wednesdays is a popular night to go out with both local and Erasmus students, and one cool party that regularly attracts a good crowd is AURA Silent Disco. Tickets cost just €12 (early bird) or €15 and include headset rental, so you can tune into house, hip-swinging 90s, reggaeton and party hits. Being a silent disco, you won’t have to shout to talk to anyone – just remove the headphones. The party normally takes place at Space Cowboy, a lively bar-restaurant in El Born, but sometimes moves to the rooftop of Hotel Ciutat. You can buy tickets via Xceed.

Meanwhile, one of Barcelona’s most hedonistic lifestyle brands organises an unpretentious rooftop wine tasting session, smartly dubbed Wine Not? Guests try out a total of 7 sensational local wines (Catalonia has 12 wine regions!) in good company, with epic views over the city rooftops. The evening typically ends with plenty of party spirit and sexy-silly dance moves. Runs every Weds to Sunday, and you can book via Stoke Travel.

Getting sloshed on a rooftop… welcome to Wednesdays in BCN!


Thursday Night

Thursdays are the start of the weekends in Barcelona and you should note a marked increase in the number of locals propping up bars around the city. Head to our “drinking” section for some great recommendations. For upmarket clubbing you could also try Sutton Club, which is usually packed with good-looking locals dressed to the nines.

During summer, Thursday is also the first day of the week that the Barcelona Booze Cruise launches onto the Mediterranean for a sunset sail….. with DJs, an Ibiza-style crowd and a dangerous amount of beer and sangria on board! Book your tickets early as they fly fast!

The legendary Barcelona boat party runs Thursday to Saturday during summer…

Friday Night

The weekend starts in earnest and every den in the Catalan capital will be heaving. Almost every bar in town will be open until 2 or 3am and serving drinks. After that it’s time to move your feet, and on Friday night every nightclub in the city will boast a packed dancefloor from 2am to sunrise.

It’s impossible to list them all here, but the likes of Razzmatazz, Pacha and La Terrazza will be bringing out the big guns when it comes to international DJ acts, whilst you might find live music at more sophisticated venues like Slow Barcelona, which also features DJs spinning more eclectic sounds.

The VIP Nightlife tour runs every Fri and Sat during summer

For a guaranteed great night out check out this Barcelona Life-endorsed VIP night tour, which runs every Friday and Saturday from April ’til October and finishes in the upmarket Opium Club on the beach at the Port Olimpic.


Saturday Night

Ditto Friday night. Everywhere around Plaza Real and the Port Olimpic will be heaving. Best to get to clubs a little before the locals to be in with a better chance of getting in, as the queues get nasty around 1am generally, depending on the venue. That’s another reason why we recommend the VIP Nightlife Tour, because it makes getting into Opium (arguably the best nightspot!) a breeze, and also includes several awesome venues for warming up, like Belushi’s Bar and Garage 442.

Cava and dance moves on the VIP Nightlife Tour

VIP Tables. If you don’t fancy signing up for the VIP Party Tour, but want to be sure of getting into your preferred club on a busy Saturday night, we can also help you reserve a VIP table at Opium, Pacha, CDLC, Shoko, Sutton or Bling Bling. Just send an email to [email protected] with your dates, group size and preferred venue and we’ll get back to you with a quote. Typically each VIP table fits 5 people and requires a minimum spend of €300.

Chilling out in the VIP zone…

Sunday Night

The music never stops in Barcelona, and whilst parties on Sundays can be clandestine affairs, there are certainly a few big events to check out. The aforementioned Pacha and Opium will both be open at night time, and always draw a large crowd of tourists and internationals. Electronic music lovers meanwhile will enjoy the vibe at open air weekly festival Brunch In The Park which takes place on Montjuic mountain during the day during summer, and in Poble Espanyol during winter.

The Catamaran BBQ Party runs every Sunday, spring through to autumn

Finally, there’s also a chilled BBQ boat party for those that want to finish the weekend with a some sausages and beers in the sun, and a dip in the Mediterranean. It’s also a great way to mingle and meet new people.

Getting On The Guestlist

A lot of the more popular club nights operate a strict door policy – if your name ain’t down you ain’t coming in! Read our article about guestlists and free entry to Barcelona nightclubs to ensure your big night out doesn’t come to a premature end.

As we mentioned, a good option on Friday and Saturday nights is to sign up for the Barcelona Party Nights tour, which includes free VIP entry to Opium and takes the hassle out of having a great night, as well as introducing you to some like-minded hedonists!

VIP Tables. Or for more independence you can make a VIP table reservation at Opium, Pacha, CDLC, Shoko, Sutton or Bling Bling. Each club has a slightly different policy, but typical costs are from €250 to €350 per table for five people, with drinks included.

Just email us on [email protected] with your dates, group size and preferred venue and we’ll get back to you with a quote.

Electronic Music: Party Promoters

Underground clubbers and/or electronic music lovers have plenty of options in Barcelona, and clubs like The Loft at Sala Razzmatazz (ie. the top floor of this five room club), Sala Apolo, Moog, and City Hall have beeps and blips aplenty. Some of the best parties however are thrown by passionate independent promoters keen to expose Barcelona to the most exciting trends in house, techno and electronica.

Other Great Events

Epic booze ups on a nightly basis are not the only things going on in the Catalan capital, so if you’re broadminded about your nocturnal entertainment you might want to keep an eye on our monthly event listings, whilst our list of top festivals and our guide to the city’s live music bars should also be of interest.

And if you fancy something a little more cultural how about checking out a flamenco concert? We’ve got the lowdown and can help you get affordable tickets.

Finally we list the 23 best things to do in Barcelona after dark right here.

About the Author

Duncan established Barcelona Life in 2009, whilst freelancing for the likes of Conde Nast, The Guardian, Easyjet Magazine, CNN Traveller and many more. From interviews with Ferran Adria to revealing the secrets of the city’s poetry brothels, he knows the city inside out… and shares all his best tips right here.

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Late Night: Nightlife in Barcelona

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Where to Party till the Sun Comes Up in Barcelona

Sam Mednick

Barcelona Local Expert

Late nights in Barcelona may have a slightly different connotation than in other cities; as late night usually means partying well into the wee hours of the morning. Most of Barcelona’s clubs don’t get going until after 1am with some closing around 3am or 4am, but with a large majority remaining open until later. Whether you’re looking for late night chill out music, electronic, top 40, reggae, house or 90’s rock, there are plenty of lively venues all over town, many of which are open until 6am, 7am and often 8am. And if you’re still going strong once the sun comes up, then it’s time to check out Barcelona’s clandestine after-hours scene. Most of these bars are tucked away in the Gotico or Born neighborhoods, situated in back alleyways and hidden behind metal doors. They also usually require a password in order to get in so the best thing is to find a local who’s been there before and tag along with them. These bars remain open until the early to late afternoon, giving you just enough time to go home, take a nap and freshen up, before starting all over again. Be sure to check out the bars in Plaza Reial which are great to frequent before the clubs.  

Photo courtesy of Luz De Gas

If you’re looking for Barcelona’s upscale, posh and trendy crowd, then you’ll find them at Luz De Gas. This is one of Barcelona’s oldest and most well known clubs. Featuring in house dj’s and often live music events, it’s a great place to keep the partying going well into the morning. Luz De Gas is huge with a spacious first floor and a second floor where you can watch the madness going on below. It’s known as a ‘meat-market’ so if that’s what you’re looking to accomplish, this is the place to be. However even if you just want to dance the night away it’s ideal for that as well.

Recommended for Late Night because: A crazy, fun night out in one of the city’s largest and most happening nightclubs

Sam’s expert tip: Use the bathroom on the second floor, it’s less busy than the one near the entrance

Read more about Luz de Gas →

With two floors playing completely different music nightly, you can feel like you’re attending separate clubs at this trendy Barcelona venue. Rock out to heavy metal upstairs and then dance to minimal house on the main floor. BeCool often features well known DJ’s so be sure to check the website for upcoming artists and shows. This is a really fun club and mainly full of locals who live in the upper part of the city, so you’ll see a different side of Barcelona than if you only stick to the Old City and Gothic Quarter. The two floors provide for two very different clubbing experiences.

Recommended for Late Night because: One of Barcelona’s chicest and coolest clubs located in the posher part of the city

Sam’s expert tip: Look for flyers strewn throughout the city (handouts or in bars and cafes) and get free entrance to the club.

Read more about Sala BeCool →

A Barcelona staple, Macarena Club has been around for years and to locals and tourists alike it is a late night gem. But be sure to arrive early (by 1:30am) as the club is tiny and once it reaches capacity, the doors shut. If you’re looking for a mix of house and electronic beats this is the place to go. Centrally located in the Gothic Quarter, it’s easy to find and easier to stumble home from, especially if you’re staying downtown. Macarena has a loyal following so locals come nightly meaning it’s always busy and for a very good reason.

Recommended for Late Night because: A Barcelona classic, small, intimate, unassuming and always packed

Sam’s expert tip: Great place for a private party

Read more about Macarena →

Relatively new to the Barcelona Club scene, Marula is a vibrant space, ideal for hosting concerts, live music and parties. It specializes in funk, but features rock, pop, jazz and other genres as well. Centrally located in the Gothic Quarter, right off of Plaza Tripi and La Rambla, this is a great late night party especially on weekends. Situated on Escudellers street, this is one of the liveliest streets in the Old City, right beside ‘Plaza Tripi’ and a stone’s throw from other clubs like Macarena and El Paraigua behind Plaza Sant Jaume. It’s a lot of fun and extremely unpretentious.

Recommended for Late Night because: A cool, indie night club with great music especially funk, blues and jazz

Sam’s expert tip: There’s an excellent pasta place for late night food right next door to the club

Read more about Marula Cafe →

Ladies throw on the heels and guys switch up the board shorts for trousers, if you want to get past the bouncers at Opium Mar. Overlooking the beach and located next to the elegant Hotel Arts, Opium is one of the hottest nightclubs in town, acting as a restaurant, bar, lounge and club all in one. If you plan on hitting the town for the night, go for dinner at Opium and then stay and watch as the restaurant slowly transforms itself into party central just a little after 12am (while avoiding the lines outside.) You can also put your name on the list and cut the lines that way.

Recommended for Late Night because: Barcelona’s craziest late night dance club along the beach – go to see or be seen

Sam’s expert tip: Saturday nights often have drinks specials

Read more about Opium Mar →

Photo courtesy of Barcelona Clubs

This hot dance club located in an old theater stays rocking until six in the morning! In the main room, you will find a crowd that loves to groove to techno. If that’s not your style, you can try the Picnic Bar where they play Pop or the Def Room where they play Hip-Hop. On the weekends, you are likely to find a dance-a-thon here. This is a great club as it’s large enough to enjoy a variety of music in the various rooms that make up the club yet still intimate so that you feel as if you’re enjoying music with good friends.

Recommended for Late Night because: An out of the way club with a great venue for live music and indie bands in particular

Sam’s expert tip: Apolo II is right next to Apolo I and often has excellent concerts

Read more about Club Apolo/Nitsa →

Indie rock with the occasional live music gig, Sidecar is sheer late night fun. You can’t get more central than Plaza Reial and this hip, unpretentious two-storey space (restaurant and bar upstairs, club downstairs) is a great way to dance until the sun comes up. Sidecar is great for those looking to have a good time in an unassuming atmosphere in the center of the Gothic Quarter. Their bands are excellent with a great live music selection as well as the occasional DJ night playing a mix of funk, blues, top hits and 70s and 80s. If you get bored walk two seconds to Karma or Marula Cafe.

Recommended for Late Night because: A cool and established Barcelona club in the heart of the Old City in Plaza Reial

Sam’s expert tip: Show up before 2am if you want to avoid a line.

Read more about sidecar →

It’s worth the line up if you’re in the mood for top 40 hits. Located in the slightly more elegant, Eixample neighborhood, Hyde is a small, unassuming nightclub with a young university crowd. If you’re looking for a great night on the town, this is always a sure bet. Located in the Eixample neighborhood you’re close to other very chic and trendy bars and clubs and not far from Passeig de Gracia and Rambla Catalunya. This is a small, very packed and extremely fun dance club. There isn’t much seating room so be ready to dance all night and have a good time.

Recommended for Late Night because: A fun 80s and 90s night club with university students and young expats having a good time

Sam’s expert tip: Order their Vodka Ginger and Lime specialty drink

Read more about Hyde →

Photo courtesy of CDLC Barcelona

See and Be Seen at Carpe Diem Lounge Club (CDLC). Posh, chic and trendy if you’re up for an expensive and elegant night out this is the place to be. This bar, restaurant and lounge has an exclusive VIP area, often frequented by football players but available to anyone as long as you buy a bottle of alcohol (usually 130 Euros minimum.) The inside of CDLC is tacky chic and if you enjoy the hukkah there are plenty of tables where you can choose which flavoured tobacco you prefer. This is a fun night full of good laughs, cheesy music and a very late evening.

Recommended for Late Night because: The party doesn’t stop until 6am. This is an exclusive club where VIP’s run rampant

Sam’s expert tip: Put your name on the Facebook list if you want to avoid long lines

Read more about CDLC →

This club, bar, restaurant, cocktail lounge and above all one of Barcelona’s greatest party venues is just a stone’s throw from the beach and hosts some of Barcelona’s most beautiful people nightly. Once the sun goes down the restaurant transforms into a lively club featuring well known resident DJ’s and very often themed parties. The space is large and the atmosphere is intense and full of excitement, especially if you’re looking to party until the sun comes up. It’s right next to CDLC and Opium Mar so if you’re sick of the scene at Shoko you can step outside and be in another venue in a matter of minutes.

Recommended for Late Night because: A Barcelona, beach-side club staple especially if you want to throw on the heels

Sam’s expert tip: Put your name on the list via Facebook or their website, in order to skip the lines, especially on weekends.

Read more about Shoko →

Meet Sam Mednick

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  • 1 Opium Mar
  • 2 Sutton (Sutton)
  • 3 Jamboree
  • 4 Eclipse (Eclipse)
  • 5 Mojito Club
  • 6 Choco)
  • 8 Razzmatazz
  • 9 Bling Bling (Bling Bling)

Barcelona is interesting not only during the daytime, but also at night. The Spaniards eat late and go to bed late, their nightclubs start to fill up only after 1 am and are open until the morning. They invite you to dance to the incendiary tracks of famous DJs, learn Latin American or national dances. At night, the city opens its doors to numerous entertainment venues, here is a selection of the best clubs in Barcelona.

Opium Mar

During the day, this restaurant, located right on the seafront, serves various traditional dishes, and at night it turns into a prestigious club. Unforgettable parties take place in its modern interior. Opium Mar has the largest terrace on the beach among other coastal establishments, you can dance on it until the early hours.

Proximity to the sea, hits from world famous DJs who often come to this club and refreshing drinks make any night unforgettable. But getting to such a disco is not so easy, the institution has serious face control, security makes high demands on visitors to the institution: it will not be possible to enter in sneakers, a tracksuit or a T-shirt, drunk or aggressive guests are also not allowed.

Club address: st. Passeig Marítim de la Barceloneta, 34. You can get to it by metro – line L4 – Vila Olímpica.


It is located in the Eixample district – a trendy place where a glamorous party gathers. Often within its walls you can meet students from other countries who come to Barcelona to study under the Erasmus program. The modern interior and music make it possible to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the day and show off on the dance floor, which is a bit small for such an influx of guests.

There is always a long line of smartly dressed people in front of this nightclub in Barcelona, ​​as everyone without exception must go through security, only celebrities are allowed out of the queue. They often visit this club. Sutton Club was visited by Ronaldo, Nicolas Cage and other world stars.

Creamy comfortable sofas are installed inside the club, for those who like to retire there is a VIP area with subdued lighting.

Club address: st. Tuset 13. You can get to it by metro, using the L3 and L5 lines, Diagonal station.


One of the oldest nightclubs in Barcelona, ​​it opened in 1960 and became popular from the very first days, now the number of visitors is only increasing. Jazz lovers tend to visit it, many stars of this direction of music performed here, even Ella Fitzgerald was there. This club is already equal to the cultural heritage of the capital, because several generations of world musicians have grown up within its walls.

Live performances in this institution are held three times a week, they fall on the weekend. They always start at the same time – 23:00. One drink is included in the entrance fee.

It is noteworthy that the Jamboree is reserved for jazz, while the second one can dance to Latin music.

Address of the club: Plaça Reial, 17. You can get there by metro – line L3, station “Liceu”.


The club is located right in the W Hotel on the 26th floor. Its exclusive concept was developed by the well-known Ignite Group.

The top floor of the hotel offers a breathtaking view even at night. On the dance floor, compositions by famous DJs sound, and in the bar you can try original cocktails, among them: martini with passion fruit or with watermelon.

The Fashion Club is only open until 3 am.

Club address: st. Plaça Rosa dels Vents, 1. You can get there by metro – line L4 – Barceloneta.

Mojito Club

Club with Latin American music, which often plays salsa, and professional dancers dance to it, their performances take place almost every evening. It also offers the services of dancers-animators who can quickly teach you how to control your body in time. The club has a large dance floor and a cozy atmosphere.

Club address: st. Rosellon, 217. You can get there by metro Diagonal.


The famous club of Catalonia, visiting which you can plunge into the atmosphere of Ibiza. Its DJs perform here every Saturday. The audience of this institution mainly consists of students.

Address: st. Passeig Marítim de la Barceloneta, 38. You can get there by metro – line L4 – Ciutadella / Vila Olímpica.

Shoko (Shoko)

Located right on the beach, with a restaurant open during the day, this is not just a club, but a special place frequented by trendsetters. The establishment has a large terrace where you can comfortably get acquainted with Mediterranean and Oriental cuisine. You can drink everything with exotic cocktails.

There is an amazing place for dates – a bamboo hall, or you can order a VIP lounge.

Fashion parties are often held in the establishment, due to which the club is one of the most fashionable. Shoko hosts special parties, which are attended by local and foreign DJs.

Club address: st. Passeig Marítim Barceloneta, 36. You can get there by metro line L4 Ciutadella / Vila Olímpica.


The biggest club in Barcelona, ​​each of its five halls has its own music, indie rock and techno are played there on weekends. Often, concerts with live performances of famous stars are held within its walls. The halls are connected by numerous corridors, due to which the institution looks like a labyrinth.

Address: st. Almogàvers, 122. You can get to it by metro Bogatell (line L4) or Marina (L1).

Bling Bling (Bling Bling)

The club is located directly opposite the Sutton club, in the so-called “fiest zone”. This establishment is notable for its interior decoration, which was created by two design studios: Estrella Salietti and Futur2.

From the classically decorated hall of the institution you can go to the main hall with a dance floor and two VIP-zones. The walls and ceiling of the club are decorated with gilded microcrystals. This club has a glamorous crowd.

Address: st. Tuset 8-10. You can get there by metro Diagonal (lines L3 and L5).

Night clubs in the capital are diverse, trendy and popular. Even those who do not like nightlife come to the listed clubs to see how they can have fun and enjoy a variety of music.

Barcelona nightlife: the most popular clubs. I Need Spain

The uniqueness of nightlife in Barcelona is that no matter what musical style you prefer and what budget you would count on, there will always be an offer for you.

Sala Apolo

This is one of the most fashionable nightclubs in Barcelona, ​​or rather, two. Apolo 1 and Apolo 2 are located in buildings not far from each other, but they usually have completely different lineups. The interiors also differ from each other: Apolo 1 has a large stage and a lot of red velvet around, Apolo 2 looks like a standard nightclub with tables on the sides of the dance floor and a large luminous bar. The musical policy of the institution is considered one of the most progressive in the city, and the program is the most diverse, here you can hear Jay Jay Johanson, and Swans, and reggae, and hard techno. In addition, the club is one of the first in terms of attendance, despite the fact that the entrance costs from 10 to 18 euros, depending on the party.

  • Address: Carrer Nou de le Rambla, 113 and 111.
  • Work schedule: Monday – Sunday, days off are announced on the website in advance.
  • Website:

Jazz concert at Sala Apolo

Sala Apolo in Barcelona


The famous night club in Barcelona is located on the beach in close proximity to the sea. Pacha Group is not only a bright three-story nightclub right on the Barceloneta promenade, but also a restaurant with a terrace by the sea. At the entrance to a tall building, there is always the longest queue for face control, and flyers for a discount can only be obtained if you are beautiful girls who struck the promoters with a magical look. And although the parties officially continue until 5.00, often the audience does not let the DJ go for another hour until he repeats one of the hit songs. Entry price 10-12 euros.

  • Address: Passeig Maritim, 38.
  • Working hours: Monday – Sunday, from 0.00 to 5.00, from 12.00 to 23.45.
  • Website: www.

Entrance to the Pacha club

Inside the Pacha club in Barcelona

City Hall

The club on the most famous street of the city is a tourist place, so salsa lessons and events with competitions and team games are often held here before parties. After 01.00 a DJ takes over the console and the huge dance floor is filled with techno fans. The audience in City Hall, unlike other clubs, is mixed, you can meet people over 45 and young party-goers, but they all have one thing in common – love for rhythm, so there is often no free space on the dance floor. Private parties in the club are quite expensive – from 18 euros, and on ordinary days you can even go to a famous DJ according to the list for free until 02.00 or later for 10 euros.

  • Address: Rambla de Catalunya, 2-4.
  • Working hours: Tuesday – Sunday, from 0.00 to 06.00.
  • Website: www.


Another place for tourists, where every traveler must go if he has a free evening. The concept of the club is a synthesis of live and electronic music. You can come here for a flamenco evening or a jazz concert and then stay to dance to the compositions of your favorite DJ. In different halls, events of different concept and musical style take place, among which you can find a retro party in the style of 1980s, and hip-hop battle. You can move between floors all evening and enjoy the diversity of the atmosphere. The entrance ticket costs 10 euros, but if you look especially fashionable and stylish, a promoter will come up to you in line at the club and give you a password for free entry. When the inside is not very crowded, the promoters put the entrance seals to the customers they like right on the Rambla.

  • Address: Plaça Reial, 17.
  • Working hours: Monday – Sunday, from 12. 00 to 05.00.
  • Website:

Jamboree Barcelona

Pipa Club (Secret place)

A very fashionable place in Barcelona, ​​a kind of club “for its own”, where only locals and those who have lived in the city for a long time prefer to go. The inconspicuous door to the ordinary-looking entrance to Plaça Reial is not so easy to find. At the entrance there are no flashy signs and promoters inviting inside, on the contrary, the face control in the club is very strict, and not everyone will be allowed to get inside. It all depends on the specifics of the party. For the evening of stand-up and tango class, you will be provided with a ticket purchase, for exchange events where expats gather for communication – a Facebook list in which you need to check in, and for concerts of alternative groups and DJs – only a fashionable look or friends with a club card. The interior of the club, located in the space of a large apartment, is very homely. For those who know Moscow, the atmosphere is reminiscent of the once iconic Solyanka: several spacious living rooms, one of which has a stage for performances, the other a small bar with all kinds of cocktails that exist in the world. Sometimes Pipa Club functions just like a bar, there are no special events, but even these days face control does not become less strict.

  • Address: Plaça Reial, 3.
  • Working hours: Monday – Sunday, from 21.00 to 03.00.
  • Website:

Pipa Club Interior

Pipa Club Barcelona

Dry Martini

Rue Aribau in Eixample is probably one of the most famous nightclubs not only in Barcelona, ​​but also in Spain. Part of the empire of the legendary king of cocktails and guru of all bartenders, Javier de las Muelas, Dry Martini is more of a bar than a nightclub, the focus here is on high-end martini-based cocktails, the very sight of which evokes comparisons to Michelin guide-level haute cuisine. But it so happened historically that this is one of the best places to meet, and people come here not only to taste the masterpieces of the maestro and his students, but also to chat with a group of friends and dance to tunes reminiscent of impeccable cocktail parties in James Bond films. It is here that you can meet the city’s most elegant crowd, and this is one of the rare places with a dress code where you should dress like a reception for representatives of British high society.

  • Address: Carrer d’Aribau, 162-166.
  • Working hours: Monday – Thursday, from 13.00 to 02.30; Friday, from 13.00 to 03.00; Saturday – Sunday, from 18.30 to 02.30.
  • Website:

Dry Martini in Barcelona

Bar in the club Dry Martini

Eclipse (W Hotel rooftop party)

Those interested in the best nightlife in Barcelona should definitely check out the parties on the 26th floor of the legendary W Hotel. The futuristic Eclipse Bar functions as a drinking establishment but often hosts events with DJs and exclusive cocktails from local mixologists. Here you will find not only one of the best views of the sea coast and comfortable sofas for those who are not in the mood to dance, but also exclusive offers for the beautiful half of humanity. The first 20 girls who come to the party reserve a table and present shots from the institution. To get into the guest list or find out about a party with free admission, you need to subscribe to the bar page; Getting into the guest list guarantees one free drink if you enter before 01.00. But do not forget about the dress code: in Eclipse it is customary to dress in elegant & chic style – without flip flops, sandals and shorts.

  • Address: Placa de la Rosa dels Vents, 1.
  • Work schedule: Monday – Wednesday, from 18.00 to 02.00; Thursday, from 18.00 to 03.00; Friday – Sunday, from 18.00 to 04.00.
  • Website: www.

At the Eclipse club in Barcelona

View from the Eclipse club


The club in the immediate vicinity of the beach has three zones: a terrace, a main hall and a skyroom. Rooftop events begin here as soon as warm windless days come. Costume parties, themed parties, freak shows and anything that makes you feel like you’re in the middle of Spain’s funniest city are loved in this wildly off-the-beaten-path place.

  • Address: Carrer de Ramon Trias Fargas, 2-4.
  • Work schedule: Monday – Wednesday, from 23.00 to 05.00; Thursday, from 23.30 to 05.00; Friday – Saturday, from 18.00 to 06.00; Sunday, from 18.00 to 05.00.
  • Website:

Catwalk Club Party

Catwalk Club Barcelona


One of the best uptown nightclubs known primarily for its celebrity patrons. Here it is quite easy to meet the inhabitants of the Sarrià region, among whom there are many pop stars, sportsmen, fashion designers, politicians and businessmen. Prices in Sutton are also quite high, but by registering in the guest list on the site, you can get the right to free admission until 02.00.

  • Address: Carrer de Tuset, 13.
  • Working hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, from 0.00 to 05.30; Friday – Saturday, from 0.00 to 06.00; Tuesday, Sunday – day off.
  • Website:

David Guetta at the Sutton Club

To make sure you never miss a moment of Barcelona’s vibrant nightlife and visit the best places, plan your trip ahead of time. You can do this together with the “INEEDSpain” service center, which is always ready to assist in organizing tours and trips, in finding the best deals on interests and purchasing tickets for events.