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After you’ve visited a few bars and pubs along the main street, You’re probably going to want to put on those dancing shoes and head to the nearest club. On your way, keep an eye out for some of the PR girls and Boys handing out flyers for discounted or even free entry into some of Barcelona’s biggest clubs. Opium Mar is central and on the seafront. The music is dance mainly but often mixed with other genres. And I’ve heard a lot of local DJ’s hang out here. They have a huge open air terrace which you can enjoy some excellent food on and keep an eye out for their special themed nights! Club Catwalk is in further out of town in probably one of the most famous places around. It has two spacious floors. If you head upstairs, you can dance to some of the finest hip hop and r&b, and if that’s not your scene, go downstairs for the finest funky house/dance music around. Also check out Roxy Blue, a new cosmopolitan club right next to Passeig de Gracia. They have great night on during the week (as you’ve probably heard, the weekend starts on a Thursday) with a great atmosphere and a great cocktails list. Drinks are a bit pricey here compared to some of the other places I’ve mentioned but this place is well worth a visit!