Vibrant by day and even more so after dark, Barcelona’s long been renowned for its thriving nightlife. Classy bars, rustic tapas joints and underground after parties provide for hours of authentic, Spanish amusement. Barcelona’s nightlife can best be summed as "randomly eclectic," as it’s a city in which the best-laid plan is not to have one at all. The most exciting nights are the ones where you find yourself stumbling from bar to bar in any given neighborhood and, in typical Spanish fashion, going with the flow. If you feel like spending the night bouncing around in the same neighborhood, Jamboree and Café Royal are rustic and classy (respectively) and centered in the always bustling Plaza Reial right off La Rambla. Craving top 40? Head to the Eixample and dance until the sun comes up at Hyde Club or if you’re in the mood to walk along the beach and chill at an outdoor patio while listening to House music, then CDLC or Opium Mar are ideal late night options.
And don't forget to check out Gracia neighborhood, a very local, Catalan part of town with trendy bars and clubs, this area is always bopping, every night of the week especially on Calle Verdi which is the main street in the Barrio.