Best Nightclubs in Barcelona

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April 19, 2023
Hermillis H.

The cosmopolitan city of Barcelona is known for its good food, great wine, and natural beauty. After a long day of sightseeing or relaxing on the beach, it's time to head to the dance floor.

Barcelona's nightlife is second to none, with a vibrant club scene that attracts international artists and world-class DJs from around the world.

Whether you love hip-hop, house music, or a mix of anything and everything, music lovers will find what they've been looking for at these top Barcelona clubs.


Razzmatazz, also called the Razz, is one of the most popular nightclubs in the city, with a capacity of over 2000 in the main room.

The club is split into five rooms, where different music genres are played, including indie pop, pop, electronic music, and house beats.

Famous artists that have played there include Coldplay, Orbital, Pulp, Kanye West, Justice, and Skrillex. Invite all your friends and enjoy an unforgettable night in a truly legendary club.


Opium Beach Club

Opium Beach Club

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Opium is one of the best-known beach clubs in the city, and with good reason. It regularly hosts international DJ sessions and attracts upscale clientele from all over Spain. By day, Opium is the best place to go for a Mediterranean meal.

At night, underground techno starts playing, and locals gather to drink, dance and celebrate life in Europe's friendliest city. The club is open seven days a week, with special club nights dedicated to R&B, hip-hop, and pop.

You can put your name on the VIP guest list by booking a Club Opium VIP Party Tour online. It comes with free drinks and skip-the-line access to four different venues.


Colors Club

The Colors Club on the Las Ramblas in the Gothic Quarter is a great spot for tourists out for a night of fun on the town.

The Colors Club is within walking distance of many popular hotels and tourist attractions, and it's a great place to end the night after exploring the bars and restaurants in La Rambla.

The nightclub caters to many different tastes and different genres, including Hip-Hop, dancehall, trap, reggaeton, and Latin music.

Sutton Club

Sutton Club

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The Sutton Club in Carrer de Tuset is the swankiest nightclub in Barcelona, with an upmarket feel, cocktail bar, and urban sounds.

On an average Saturday night, you'll find international DJs, celebrities, and businessmen enjoying live music and luxurious cocktails.

Legends like Bruno Mars, Chris Brown, Tyga, and Jason Derulo have all performed here. The dress code is a little more stylish than other clubs, so be prepared to suit up and party all night.


Sala Apolo

Sala Apolo Best Nightclubs in Barcelona

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Sala Apolo is a concert venue known for its theme parties, and mix of genres played in a mythical theatre. Located in the heart of Paral-lel Avenue, Apolo was once a dance hall, bingo club, skating club, and even an amusement park in its heydey.

Today, it's a sprawling, retro-inspired concert venue with two bars, weekly DJ parties, and live music. Over 11,000 groups and 5,5000 DJs have performed here, including Kings of Leon, David Guetta, the Killers, Mark Almond, Ellen Allien, La Pegatina, and more. Queues start going down the block from 2 am, so arrive early to avoid disappointment.



Jamboree is older than most of the people who attend the club, but that doesn't mean it's not still one of the trendiest jazz and dance spots in the city.

Thursday nights feature sessions with BCN or Die and Flavio Rodriguez. Weekends belong to DJ Yoda. The dress code is sneakers and caps. We'll see you there!


Marula Café

Marula Cafe

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It's hard to define this cosmopolitan club. On any given night, you may find garage, Afrobeat, jazz, funk, boogaloo, or soul playing alongside old-school disco music and hip-hop.

An elegant venue in the Gothic Quarter, the concert program is a must for vinyl lovers. On weekends, DJs go retro with Coltrane, Hayes, Bridge, and Mayfield.


Pacha Barcelona

Pacha Barcelona

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If you would like to experience a taste of Ibiza in Barcelona, this club in Port Olímpic is the place to go.

With a sleek white interior and a beautiful view over the iconic Barceloneta Beach, Pacha attracts some of the world's top DJs to the city, including Paco Osuna, Loco Dice, and Dom Dolla. Concepts like FLIRT, PEGAO, and MOULALAGA add their flair to the club's weekday menu, while Sight plays on Sunday.


We hope you like our rundown of the best nightclubs in Barcelona. We hope to see you on the dance floor soon!

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