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Barcelona Night Card: 22 clubs for the price of one


Article updated 23 March, 2020. 0 comments

7 nights, 20 euros and 22 clubs to explore... can you handle the Barcelona Night Card experience? Fiestaaaaaaaa!

Barcelona Night Card

Attention all clubbers! The Barcelona Night Card gives you access to 22 of the city’s clubs for a single payment of 10 or 20 euros.

The Barcelona Night Card: what is it?

The principle behind the Barcelona Night Card is very simple: you simply buy a card which then gives you free access to 22 of the city’s nightlife venues.

Advantages of the Barcelona Night Card

  • Huge savings if you’re planning more than one night out (for example, entry to the Sutton alone costs 20 euros)
  • Queue jumping privileges: no more waiting!
  • The number of participating clubs
  • Two options: the 20 euro card gets you unlimited access to 22 clubs for 7 days, whilst the 10 euro option offers the same benefits but for a period of 2 days.


  • The card must be used over 2 or 7 consecutive days – so you’re not going to be able to use it on two different weekends.
  • You must be over 18 or 21, depending on the club you want to go to.
  • You’ll need to arrive at the club before 2am.
  • The Barcelona Night Card is personal and non-transferable.
  • Cards must be collected from one of Barcelona’s tourist information centres by presenting your confirmation email.
  • Note that the Barcelona Night Card is not valid in cases where the club in question is hosting a special event (New Year’s Eve, concerts, celebrity DJs etc.) – but this is relatively rare.

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Clubs accepting the Barcelona Night Card

The following is a non-exhaustive list of clubs accepting the Barcelona Night Card:

  • Shôko: hip-hop and R&B, lots of foreign tourist, by the sea.
  • Catwalk: a nice venue on the beach at the olympic Port with an international vibe.
  • Sutton: chic nightclub which attracts Barcelona’s gilded youth.
  • Small’s (formerly Boujis): a small, friendly but selective club, very popular with the locals.
  • Soho: club directed by the Costaeste (Pacha, Opium, Bling bling…), current music, new york style decor.
  • Carpa: outdoor club with an eletric atmosphere and a giant pool. Open from June to September.
  • Otto zutz: 3 different ambiances (hip hop and R&B, rock, electro) across 2 rooms, popular with bost tourists and locals.
  • Moog: the upstairs area is devoted to pop music, but the club is best known for its cutting edge techno and house music.
  • Arena: gigantic gay club with 5 different zones, known for its foam parties on Wednesdays in summer and its striptease competitions. Caliente!
  • Atlantic: a beautiful, hundred-year old residence set in its own grounds, with music from the 80s and 90s. Note that the club is sometimes reserved for private functions.
  • BeCool: a smaller club, veruy popular with the local indie electro community.
  • Bikini: quasi-mythical club opened in the 1950s and divided into several zones: salsa/latino, house/hip-hop and an exclusive cocktail bar.
  • Boulevard Culture Club: located on Las Ramblas, this club is almost exclusively frequented by tourists. Chart music, drinks more expensive than average.
  • Macarena: one of the big players on Barcelona’s electro scene, despite its diminutive size.
  • Les enfants: lots of fun (and lots of students!), eclectic playlist.
  • Piratas: wacky décor (including a life-sized pirate ship and staff in fancy dress).
  • City Hall: a handsome venue in a former theatre, with a lovely terrace and an international vibe.
  • Nick Havanna: chart music and a fairly young crowd (lots of under-23s).
  • The Room: chart music and hits from the ’80s and ’90s, with an exclusive feel focusing on the 30-to-55 age bracket.
  • El latino club: located in a theatre on Las Ramblas, El latino club is a welcoming and fairly intimate venue with an eclectic playlist.
  • Costa Breve: chart hits and the biggest tunes of the last few decades. Young, local and fairly exclusive crowd.
  • Teatre principal: housed in Barcelona’s oldest theatre, the venue wears several hats, including that of an electro night club attracting tourists and Erasmus students.

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Pauline loves books, food and new discoveries. For her articles, she loves finding original and authentic places which are a treat for both the eyes and the tastebuds. Her favourite thing to do in Barcelona? Getting lost in the Old Town and soaking up its unique atmosphere... whilst enjoying the appetising smells emerging from restaurant kitchens! Is there anything better than that?