14 Best Clubs in Barcelona
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Being the capital, Barcelona’s choice of party venues can be a little overwhelming and hard to sift through. No worries! Check out our ultimate list of the top clubs in Barcelona to visit.
1. Pacha Barcelona
Starting off in true style, Pacha is renowned for it’s high end atmosphere and national/international DJ’s that are a big draw for groups from across the world. Inside you can enjoy comfy seating and eccentric drinks with a deep house vibe way into the early hours of the morning. But what makes the club venue special is the location! Right on the seafront, Pacha also offers an sea-facing terrace.
Ramón Trias Fargas, 2 | Website
2. La Terrrazza
A big reason why groups travel abroad is better weather, and La Terrrazza takes full advantage of the Spanish sun. The only open-air nightclub in the whole of Barcelona, this infamous location is well-experienced in entertaining party-goers. The décor is vibrant and impressive, the music is pumping and the drinks are always flowing, need we say more?
Av. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia | Website
For a more VIP and sophisticated feel, Shôko nightclub is the place for you guys. Awarded Top 100 Clubs in the World consecutively, the classy feel is what draws people in from the city. Another club with the privilege of being on the seafront, they always have showstopper events to create memorable nights. With it’s doors open until 6am, you can go straight for breakfast from Shôko!
Passeig Marítim de la Barceloneta, 36 | Website
4. Sala Razzmatazz
If you don’t want to be falling in and out of nightclubs all night, Sala Razzmatazz has got you covered. Possible one of the largest nightclubs in Spain, this whopping 5 room venue has a vibe and atmosphere for every type of group! Make sure to check out what stage acts or DJ’s are on which day to catch the best of the best.
Carrer dels Almogàvers, 122 | Website
5. Otto Zutz
If it’s got a strict dress code, you know you’re in for a fancy place – and Otto Zutz is just that! Banning all sneakers and sportswear, you can see that the interior of this mega-club is worth coming suited and booted for the occasion. Otto Zutz is open late and boasts three different rooms, music tastes and colours so you can have multiple experiences under one roof.
Carrer de Lincoln, 15 | Website
If you want to get away from the more touristy spots of Barcelona, you’ll find all the locals dancing the night away at INPUT nightclub. This venue offers rotating DJ’s, thriving sets and a huge dancefloor that’s packed every weekend of the year. If your groom to be is a true fan of unique electronic music, he’ll find a home away from home here.
Av. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 13 | Website
7. La Macarena
On the subject of electronic music, the scene for this style of music is massive in Barcelona! Another hotspot to enjoy a more underground vibe is the Macarena Club. A little more out of the way and smaller in size, it’s a great place for less commercial partying if that’s what you’re looking for. Top tip – arrive early (1-2am) to miss the big lines for this small but popular nightclub in Barcelona.
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Carrer Nou de Sant Francesc, 5 | Website
8. Opium Barcelona
Opium Barcelona is the nightclub embodiment of VIP edge. Perfect for occasions like a stag do or hen party, this impressive nightclub has 8 different VIP sections if you want to book a table and some drinks to kick off the night. The DJ’s are always current, experienced and the dancefloor is large – we’d say you could easily spend a whole night here!
Passeig Marítim de la Barceloneta, 34 | Website
9. City Hall
For epic events every night of the week, there’s no place quite like City Hall nightclub. Renowned for it’s popular Flamenco shows and 90’s nights, it’s the number 1 place to go on a weekday, and pretty great for weekends too! For a splash of culture and an evening of drinking all rolled into one, make sure you check out City Hall club while you’re celebrating the last night of freedom.
Rambla de Catalunya, 2-4 | Website
Open 365 days a year, Jamboree nightclub has a whole load of experience when it comes to hip-hop induced nights out. This nightclub offers the nightlife scene an eccentric line of different types of music, from rock to hip-hop and even dabbling in electronic, and provides a huge dancefloor to enjoy the music at your own pace. The price for tickets to Jamboree is as low as 5 euros a ticket, so this place is a no brainer to try while you’re in Barcelona!
Plaça Reial, 17 | Website
Moog nightclub has made a name for itself as one of the first nightclubs to be open on a Monday, making it popular with young crowds and students in the capital. This young crowd brings an electric energy to the dancefloor, which you’ll be surprised to find after the modest front of the building. The club is split into 2 rooms, building an intimate space where you’ll feel like a local as you dance until the small hours any night of the week.
Carrer de l'Arc del Teatre, 3 | Website
Underground in style and underground in location, it doesn’t get much more earthy and humble than the completely unique Ocaña nightclub. In between it’s stripped-back, cave like walls you’ll find cushy seating and incredible live music sets. There’s multiple bars and rooms creating a space that flows yet offers different vibes throughout. If you’re looking for something less commercial, Ocaña is the place for you.
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Plaça Reial, 13-15 | Website
13. Marula Café
We’d describe Marula Café in two words – upmarket and cosy. This venue is smaller than the rest, creating a space where you can mingle with locals, enjoy DJ’s and even live music sets. The drinks are a little more expensive, but if you’re after a more professional touch to your negroni it’s worth the extra euros. With two bars to quench your thirst and moody lighting to keep you relaxed, Marula Café opens it’s arms to all.
Carrer dels Escudellers, 49 | Website
Last but by no means least, we couldn’t have a list of the best clubs in Barcelona without mentioning Eclipse. This late night venue is known for one thing – the views! The club is located inside a skyscraper overlooking the sea and beaches of Barcelona through wrap around windows on the entire building. If that alone doesn’t make you want to party here, they also offer tasty food if you want to start in the restaurant, and cocktails with a kick to keep you tipsy on the dancefloor.
Hotel W, Plaça de la Rosa dels Vents, 1 | Website
Make it a stag do to remember by adding at least one of these amazing nightclubs into your stag weekend in Barcelona. It’s an experience not to miss.