Late nights in Barcelona may have a slightly different connotation than in other cities; as late night usually means partying well into the wee hours of the morning. Most of Barcelona's clubs don't get going until after 1am with some closing around 3am or 4am, but with a large majority remaining open until later. Whether you're looking for late night chill out music, electronic, top 40, reggae, house or 90's rock, there are plenty of lively venues all over town, many of which are open until 6am, 7am and often 8am. And if you’re still going strong once the sun comes up, then it's time to check out Barcelona's clandestine after-hours scene. Most of these bars are tucked away in the Gotico or Born neighborhoods, situated in back alleyways and hidden behind metal doors. They also usually require a password in order to get in so the best thing is to find a local who’s been there before and tag along with them. These bars remain open until the early to late afternoon, giving you just enough time to go home, take a nap and freshen up, before starting all over again. Be sure to check out the bars in Plaza Reial which are great to frequent before the clubs.