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La Fira night club: quirky decor and supercharged nights in Barcelona


Article updated 23 March, 2020. 0 comments

If you like commercial music and a chilled atmosphere when you go out to let your hair down, then la Fira is right up your street!

la fira barcelona

metro: Diagonal (L3 ou L5)
Provença 171


Saturday and Sunday 11pm to 6am
Thursday 11pm to 5am

How much?

10 euro entry with a drink


for uncomplicated fun


means fairground in Catalan, and let’s just say the name is very apt for La Fira nightclub!

Bizarre decor worthy of an antique fairground

La Fira is not a club like any other as you can tell from your first look inside. In the corridor leading to the main room you will find a hall of mirrors providing some fun and less fun reflections.

These then give way to a collection of antique fairground object: masks, statues, posters…all give the impression of suddenly being dropped into a Tim Burton film!

la fira barcelona window display

The whole room is decorated like this, which gives it a completely unique charm.

But the decor is far from being the only attraction! Although it is very appealing, this club is for dancing all night…

La Fira is off the hook

Music: commercial and Latin

If you don’t like commercial music, head to Apolo or Razzmatazz. But if your thing is dancing to the most recent hits, you will have a memorable night at la Fira!

You will hear the latest from the U.S. as well as well-known Latin singers such as Marc Anthony, Fuego or even Don Omar. If you’re not familiar with these, don’t worry: we’re guessing you don’t need to know them to love dancing to them!

la fira barcelona room

The atmosphere: uncomplicated fun

Far from being a place where chic style and stiff Bling bling make appearances important, La Fira is a place to have fun! There is no VIP area and everyone is equal in fun, dancing and music. If you’re looking to let loose when you go dancing, la Fira is the place for you!

Big bonus at la Fira: shot bar

Another great thing about la Fira (there are plenty!) is the little shot bar set up near the dance floor, as well as the main bar. Shots cost around 3-4 euros.

It’s set up like a candy floss stand with a very dexterous barman, who is ready to light up the atmosphere! So it tends to be a hit with party lovers!

la fira shot bar

Useful information

  • If you’re taking a taxi to la Fira give the driver the full address: Otherwise you might end up at Barcelona’s exhibition palace, which is also called Fira but which is located in a completely different part of town.
  • Entry costs around 10 euros and includes a drink.
  • No need to be dressed to the nines here, you can comes as you are.
  • The atmosphere really gets going around 2am, like in all Barcelona clubs.

So are you ready for all the fun of the fair?

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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?