Be on the guest list for nightclubs

 If you want to go to big dance clubs in Barcelona, it’s easiest to get in if you’re on their list. This can usually be done online on Facebook. You will thank us after one attempt of waiting hours trying to gain entrance into any of the many popular clubs.

Watch your belonging! 

Seems pretty obvious, but not everyone is in the club for a food time. Many people are in there for the soul purpose of stealing whatever they can grab. Be careful, try to take out as little as possible and don't ever put your stuff down or in a unsafe place.



Club Opium is my favorite club in Barcelona and one of the best I’ve been to in the world.

Located directly on the beach, you will always find people in this club until the sun rises.  This club is HUGE: Inside, there are a many rooms with separate bars and a huge dance floor.  Outside, there is a swanky patio right on the beach, with big comfortable couches.  Consistently there are awesome house DJ’s playing some tunes and everyone in the club is dancing. Make sure that you follow the dress code, because it is strictly enforced- no gym shoes, no hats, no shorts, etc. 

Drinks are so damn expensive, so make sure to drink as much as you can before going.  Also, cover charge can be quite expensive too (anywhere from €10-€30 depending on the night).

Passeig Marítim de la Barceloneta, 34, 08005 Barcelona, Spain

Metro line is: Ciutadella Villa Olimpica (Yellow Line, L4).  Opium is less than 10 minutes walk from the metro station.  Exit metro and turn left down Calle Ramon Trias Fargos, and walk towards the beach.  You will then cross a large road called Ronda del Litoral.  Continue over the road and walk towards the beach.  You will see Opium on your right hand side.

Check their WEBSITE and FACEBOOK page for DJ lineups and special events. 


Razzmatazz is literally FIVE clubs in ONE!  Each floor has a different theme, each with it’s own DJ, dance floor and numerous bars.  You will find all different kinds of electronic music, from modern to 80s disco to electro-pop.  I would argue that if you only have one night in Barcelona, spend it at Razzmatazz. Drunk or not you will probably constantly get lost and stumble into different rooms- and it will awesome!  This club seems to be the go-to for Barcelona’s young hipsters who are ready to party all night long.  You will absolutely have an incredible night that you will never forget (hopefully) at Razzmatazz.

Expensive drinks and €10-20 cover charge.

Calle Pamplona, 8808018 Barcelona, España

Metro stop is Marina (Red Line, L1).  The club is about a 7 minute walk from the metro.  Right when you exit the metro, walk down Calle del Almogavers.  Walk down for a little until you reach Calle Pampalona and turn right.  You will see Razzmatazz in front of you on the left.


Club Sutton is one of the most exclusive clubs in Barcelona.  Inside is extra swanky, where you will find a nice array of couches, a nice-sized dance floor and a few long bars.  Dress code is strictly enforced, as Sutton has the reputation of an elite club.  The line will begin to get long around 2 AM, where you will see playboy looking girls begging the bouncers to be let in.  Don’t come here if you are on a tight budget, because things are quite expensive at this place.  That being said, this club is a lot of fun once you are inside and I recommend checking it out if you are in the area!

Expensive, so pregame hard! No drink is under €10

Calle Tuset 13, 08006, Barcelona, Spain

Metro stop is Gracia.  Sutton is a short walk from there.  Exit the metro and start walking south down Via Aususta (towards the beach).  Turn right on Carrer Goya.  3 blocks down, turn left on Carrer Tuset and you will see Club Sutton on the right hand side.


Catwalk is another amazing club in Barcelona that is located right on the beach nearby Opium.  The capacity is around 1,000 people which covers two different floors.  On the downstairs floor, you will find a huge dance floor with a bar, and upstairs is a chill-out zone where you can have a casual drink and chill with friends.  Many well-known DJ’s play at Catwalk, and the music is mostly house/techno.  You’ll see lots of young and glamorous foreigners and locals dancing the night away at Catwalk.   This club is a MUST if you want to see some of the most beautiful Spanish people and experience the heart of Barcelona nightlife!

Just like Opium, cover is usually between €10 and €20 and drinks are at least €10 each.

Calle Ramon Trias Fargas, 2 – 4 (at the bottom of Hotel Arts), Port Olimpico08003 Barcelona, España

Metro line is: Ciutadella Villa Olimpica (Yellow Line, L4).  The club is less than 10 minutes walk from the metro station.  Exit metro and turn left down Calle Ramon Trias Fargos, and walk towards the beach.  You will then cross a large road called Ronda del Litoral.  Continue over the road and you will see Catwalk before the beach on the left side.


Club Moog is a fun dance club that is known for their electronic music.  Live DJ’s will play all types of EDM like house, drum ‘n bass, trance and classic techno.  The club is open 365 days a year, and there is always something new and different every night.  Moog has emerged as one of the most successful electronic music clubs in Barcelona, so it attracts many fans from all over Europe.  The atmosphere is lively with locals and foreigners dancing until the sun rises.  Moog is definitely worth checking out if you like EDM and want to party until sunrise!

Expensive, comparable to other clubs in Barcelona

Carrer de l’Arc del Teatre, 3, 08002 Barcelona, Spain

Located just off La Rambla, a few blocks away from the ocean