Barcelona nightclubs are among the city's greatest features when it comes to things to do. You'll find a variety of experiences available after sunset in town that keep going well into the early hours of the morning.

    The local nightlife in Barcelona has much to offer if you're interested in the club scene, whether you favour music, drinks, ambience or a combination of all the most important factors. Check out the 10 best nightclubs in Barcelona.


    Pacha Barcelona

    Explore a club with varying musical styles

    Pacha Barcelona is a notable nightclub in town that generally has a different musical style every day allowing subsequent visits with new experiences. Local, national and international DJs often play here, so you can get a nice combination of talent providing the soundtrack to an unforgettable night.

    The decor within this club is known for its Ibiza style with rounded shapes and red and white tones. You can find it in one of the best spots in town as well, as it's located just north of Platja del Somorrostro and just south of Casino Barcelona.

    Location: Carrer de Ramon Trias Fargas, 2, 08005 Barcelona, Spain

    Open: Wednesday–Friday from 5 pm to 1 am, Saturday–Sunday from noon to 1 am (closed Monday–Tuesday)

    Phone: +34 647 83 57 51



    Visit a historic nightclub

    Moog is a prominent nightclub in town offering 2 floors of fun in a building that has been used as a venue for more than a century. You'll find it conveniently located right in the heart of downtown Barcelona, so it's close to several other prominent attractions.

    Inside this club, you'll find 2 floors of fun, yet they both offer differing experiences. On the top floor, you'll find yourself in the mirror room that offers more pop-oriented sets. Meanwhile, the bottom floor plays house music and underground techno.

    Location: Carrer de l'Arc del Teatre, 3, 08002 Barcelona, Spain

    Open: Daily from 9.30 pm to 3.30 am

    Phone: +34 933 19 17 89


    Sala Apolo

    Check out a venue all about the music

    Sala Apolo is a unique destination that has been used as a music venue for decades and hosts themed club nights throughout the week. For example, you'll find mostly indie rock playing on Monday and Tuesday nights, while genres can switch substantially on other nights, with Wednesday playing reggae.

    When you visit this nightclub, you'll want to get here before 1 am. That's typically the time they reach capacity and stop letting people in. You'll find this club around the corner from Teatre Victoria within walking distance from Parallel Station.

    Location: Carrer Nou de la Rambla, 113, 08004 Barcelona, Spain

    Phone: +34 934 41 40 01


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    Experience innovative sound

    INPUT is a high-end dance club that offers top-quality sound and showcases experimentation and innovation in music and dance. What that means for your visit is that you can enjoy all of the latest and greatest that club culture has to offer.

    When you visit this club, you'll find that the walls are designed to amplify the sound of the music in a way that immerses the crowd as much as possible while still retaining a chic industrial look. You'll find this club a short distance southwest of Font Màgica de Montjuïc.

    Location: Av. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 13, 08038 Barcelona, Spain


    Disco City Hall

    Immerse yourself in an underground atmosphere

    Disco City Hall is a popular destination for locals and travellers who are interested in techno and house music with a disco vibe. The DJs who play here are composed of mostly local talent who are especially adept at interacting with the crowd.

    If you're looking for a higher-end experience when you visit, consider booking one of the VIP tables with plenty of bottles available for you and your friends to enjoy. You can find this club just northwest of Plaça de Catalunya.

    Location: Rambla de Catalunya, 2, 4, 08007 Barcelona, Spain

    Phone: +34 660 76 98 65


    Sala Razzmatazz

    Visit a massive nightclub

    Sala Razzmatazz is one of the largest nightclubs in town offering thrilling experiences with a main hall that can hold up to 2,000. You'll find 5 halls in total at this nightclub that also sometimes doubles as a concert hall.

    When you visit this club, you'll find a wide variety of music genres being played, though the genres tend to be exclusive to one of the 5 halls. Some of your options include indie, electronic and pop. You'll find this nightclub in the Poblenou neighbourhood north of Bogatell Station.

    Location: C/ dels Almogàvers, 122, 08018 Barcelona, Spain

    Phone: +34 933 20 82 00


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    Visit a club centred around freedom of expression

    RED58 is an intimate club that strives to allow for freedom of expression and music designed to delight a wide audience of people. The artists who play here are quite varied, with a mix of international stars and new local talent showcasing their work.

    While several different artists play here quite often, they all offer a style of electronic music, so that's the genre you can expect. You'll find this club just to the northwest of Plaça de Catalunya in the Eixample area.

    Location: C. del Consell de Cent, 280, 08007 Barcelona, Spain


    Otto Zutz

    Enjoy an upscale uptown club

    Otto Zutz is a popular uptown club that offers hip-hop, R & B, funk and house music in contrast to other local clubs that focus on electronica. If you're a fan of these genres, this is one of the few places in town where you'll find them.

    This club spans 3 floors, yet it offers a more intimate experience than you might expect given that the entire venue has a capacity of 1,000 people. The DJs are all locals, too. You'll find this club uptown just a short walk southwest from the Fontana Metro Station.

    Location: Carrer de Lincoln, 15, 08006 Barcelona, Spain

    Phone: +34 932 38 07 22


    Sutton Club

    Experience a fashionable nightclub

    Sutton Club is a high-end fashionable nightclub known for its impressive decor and high-profile customers who dress with style when visiting. Among the clientele, you'll find sports players, politicians, fashion designers and much more. You could be a part of it all when you come here.

    For around 2 decades, this club has been among the most popular in the entire city, attracting an upscale clientele ranging from 25 to 40 years of age most of the time. See it for yourself just a short distance west from Casa Milà.

    Location: Carrer de Tuset, 13, 08006 Barcelona, Spain

    Phone: +34 667 43 27 59


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    Enjoy some alternative music

    Sidecar is a nightclub dedicated to showcasing alternative music of various kinds whether it's rock, indie, punk, experimental or anything else you can imagine. Both live concerts and DJ sessions are held here, often both on the same night, so visitors can enjoy themselves into the early morning.

    The kind of experience you'll have here depends on when you visit. Most of the concert performances start around 9 pm, while the DJs take over about 2 hours later. You can experience it all for yourself in the Gothic Quarter a short walk from the Liceu Metro Station.

    Location: Pl. Reial, 7, 08002 Barcelona, Spain

    Open: Thursday–Sunday from 5 pm to 12.30 am (closed Monday–Wednesday)

    Phone: +34 933 02 15 86


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