Top 5 Clubs In Barcelona

Of course, in order to do this, you are going to need to make sure that you are doing a little research ahead of time, before you leave for your trip, in order to put together a game plan for where you are going.


You might think that all of the great clubs will always be found in the stretch where they all seem to thrive together, such as on a main strip. The thing is though, the club BeCool is tucked away from the large night scene and because of this, it is generally only known by the locals. However, this does not mean that as a visitor you should not check it out. With a revolving dance floor along with the impressive line up of DJs is sure to make your night out a night to remember.

La Macarena

The La Macarena is an underground club with all of the best sounds of the night. Even though La Macarena is a smaller club compared to others, the atmosphere is what keeps bringing people back. There is a ton of techno and bass pumping all through the club to keep everyone in the crowd very happy.


Then there is the club called Moog. Some say that "small" would not be the right word to describe it but many of the locals, and even those visiting from all around the world, know why this tiny little club has such a big reputation. With swathes of wood and also spots of iron, there is a gracefulness about this club that simply captivates the crowd. The sunken dance floor and an upstairs mirrored room aims to please.

Row 14

The party starts at Row 14 bright and early at 6:30 am and it starts the party off right by blasting the sound system to its maximum ability. There is a separate bar, huge amounts of indoor space, a retractable roof and two terraces. Stop by Row 14 on a Sunday morning and you will be greeted with a large array of techno options such as Marco Carola and Richie Hawton.

City Hall

The club, City Hall, is situated right in the former town theater, all while maintaining and preserving the beauty of the original structure. The DJ overlooks the dance floor from what used to be that of the stalls. There are disco balls and even a chandelier. Some say that musically speaking, City Hall has lost some of its luster, but many more would disagree.

As you can see, there are plenty of great options out there when it comes to your choice of clubs in Barcelona. Make sure that you are setting aside a little bit of time to check a few of them out.