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Nightclubs generally fill up quite late in Spain, but this depends mainly on their clientele. In the clubs in the Olympic port, which are rather frequented by tourists, the atmosphere is already very lively around midnight. On the contrary, the clubs in the zona alta, popular with young Barcelona residents, do not fill up until 2am...

Generally speaking, the boxes open every day in the tourist areas (Olympic port, Plaça Reial). In the rest of the city, they generally operate from Thursday to Saturday.

Budget & TipsBudget & Tips

Most trendy nightclubs have a guest list allowing you free entry at a certain time, or discounts on tickets for big parties. Check the website of the club you are interested in to get on their list. Alternatively, check out and for lists of the main clubs in the city

The Gran Teatre del Liceu offers a 50% discount to people under 26 years of age, by showing up 2 hours before the show starts. Those over 65 receive a 30% discount

To find discounted tickets in the rest of the theatres, visit the Tiquet Ramblas area of the Palau de la Virreina about 3 hours before the show starts. Depending on the programme and availability, you will receive a 50% discount on the price of tickets. Information at

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If you would like to attend a concert at the Palau de la Música Catalana or an opera at the Gran Teatre del Liceu, remember to book a little in advance when it comes to big international names. As for the rest, you shouldn't have any worries.

Night transportNight transport

Barcelona's metro is open Monday to Thursday and Sunday from 5am to 12am, Friday and the eve of public holidays from 5am to 2am, and Saturday 24 hours a day. The night buses (Nitbus) run between 11pm and 5am. Most of them leave from Plaça Catalunya.

Age restrictionsAge restrictions

As in France, access to nightclubs is forbidden to minors.

What's very localWhat's very local

Tablaos occupy an important place in the city's entertainment offer. These halls dedicated to flamenco, although touristic, generally offer quality shows.

In nightclubs, the dresscode is generally much more relaxed than in Paris. Moreover, few clubs pay for the services of a physiognomist. Be more vigilant in clubs frequented by tourists, where access criteria may be stricter. Finally, take advantage of the clubs located on the beach: a typically Mediterranean luxury!


It is forbidden to smoke in clubs in Spain.