Barcelona offers not only much for the culturally interested, also the the night-reveller come fully to their costs.
Start the party life leisurely. After lunch shopping along the main shopping streets, then at about 21:00 to dinner in one of the many restaurants, then in a bar, after this from 1:00 in a club or disco.
In Spain, normally they eat very late, but some restaurants set on the tourist and the kitchen opens earlier. The bars are often close at 3 am before 1 am you do not need to go into a disco if you are not want to be just alone on the dance floor. You can then dance until the early morning hours, then in a café for breakfast.
The Barcelona NightCard is the ultimate city card for visitors to clubs and discos. With it, you can get free admission to 20 clubs and discos. It's ideal for night owls - as you can visit several nightspots in one evening, without having to pay entrance fees.
Barcelona's theatre scene has flourished greatly in recent years. Major world-famous plays and musicals are preformed here. Moreover, a theatre scene with popular plays, a wide variety of performances for the general public and alternative theatres have become established over the years. The theatre scene these days is very impressive; with audiovisual shows and performances by regional and international artists and ensembles.
There are a lot of cinemas in Barcelona: modern with total technical sophistication, and small cinemas beyond the current "blockbusters". Current films are usually shown in the Spanish dubbed version. Countless cinemas have become specialized in showing only original versions.
In addition to the cinemas, you can visit several film festivals in Barcelona with a variety of topics.
Here you can get tickets to events, home games of FC Barcelona and many sightseeing tours.
Barcelona offers at any time of day a varied programme to the visitor.