Does Barcelona have a good nightlife?

Does Barcelona have a good nightlife?

Barcelona is a city known for its amazing nightlife. There is a huge variety in bars, pubs and clubs. During the summer, Barcelona´s nightlife becomes even more varied – with open air cinemas, live dj sets on rooftops, and paradise beach bars springing up all over the city.

Is Barcelona a party town?

It’s no secret that Barcelona is one of the biggest party towns in Europe, and is especially famous for its electronic music scene. Each year in the spring, the Sonár music festival attracts the biggest DJs from the world of techno, house and more, as well as attracting upwards of 100,000 eager party-goers.

Where should I stay in Barcelona for nightlife?

Where to stay in Barcelona for nightlife

  • Ciutat Vella (Raval, Barri Gòtic & Born Neighbourhoods): Stay in the Heart of Town.
  • Port Olympic – For Some International Flair by the Beach.
  • Eixample: A Bit of Everything & Gay Area.
  • Poblenou – Home of Razzmatazz.
  • North of Diagonal Avenue – For the Upper-Class Treatment.

Is Barcelona safe at night?

You can walk the streets alone at night out without feeling threatened and the Barcelona metro is completely safe from violent crime. You often see police patrolling on streets and in traffic both day and night.

Is everything closed in Barcelona on Sunday?

Most Barcelona shops are closed on Sundays except some Sundays in July and August and some special shopping Sundays around Christmas. On Sundays only souvenir shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and tourist attractions are open in Barcelona, except for July and August when some big shops and mall open on some Sundays.

Does Madrid or Barcelona have better nightlife?

Madrid has larger mega clubs, but also a lot of cool/hip places to have a drink while listening to ambient/electronica, etc… Barcelona’s clubs are a bit smaller, but still has a cool vibe. I would say the differences between the two are its people… Barcelona is a bit more international, Madrid more spanish.

Is it expensive in Barcelona?

While Barcelona can be expensive when compared to other Spanish cities, at an average cost of €90-120 per person per day you’ll likely still find it more affordable than many other Western European cities if travelling on a mid-range budget.

Is La Rambla safe?

In my opinion, the Ramblas is safe. At night (after 23:30) the south end of Las Ramblas (between the Grand Theatre Liceu and Colum) may be a little seedy but still relatively safe. However, if you’re not comfortable, you can avoid this area at night.