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Sala de concerts i discoteca. La Sala Apolo i La  de Apolo alberguen actuacions i clubs totes les nits.
One of the most famous venues. Indie and electronic music. Getting there: - 20 minutes walk. - BUS: D20 - Get off at Metro Paral·lel + (1 minute walk)
Classic big club. Younger and insane crowd on Nasty Mondays-rock. Weekends have great lineups of DJs. Only about 10-15 minute walk. go around 1:30-2:30am to avoid line. Clubs get going at 3.
Nou de la Rambla, 13. · METRO L3· GREEN LINE · Station --> Paral.lel ELECTRONIC / POP / ROCK · DIFERENT PARTIES AND DJ'S!
At Apolo you get exquisite electronica with DJ Fra and Kosmos as your gurus. Downstairs in La  it's Astin, where you'll hear the best house and disco with DJ Coco, Arnau Obiols and Morgan Hammer. Nitsa is Guardiola's Barça of Barcelona clubs, a place where some of the best DJs have got the dance…
One of the must emblematic dance halls in Barcelona. An ancient theater, it is characterized by an alternative touch where you will find from deep house to indie-rock, funk, soul and hip-hop.
The temple of clubbing in Barcelona. Mostly techno and minimal, but with concerts and other styles inbetween the week
“Razzmatazz is an iconic nightclub and concert venue that was established in 2000. Dubbed a ‘super club’ and with a capacity for 2,500 people, it has five unique rooms playing different styles of music.”
“Meier embraced the difficult task of creating a building that would ultimately display a variety of contemporary artworks that were unknown to him at the time of design. The choice to build the museum in the Plaça dels Ángels is consistent with Meier’s vision to situate the building amongst some of Barcelona’s oldest streets and buildings, in addition to revamping the public space of the Raval. After the completion of the $35 million construction, local media referred to the museum as “the pearl” amongst the old architecture and narrow streets just a few blocks from Gothic center of Barcelona.The building’s architectural style has strong references to Modernism. The large (120 by 35 meters) white building has much of its southern elevation glazed, providing the visitor with views across the plaza, and allowing for an abundance of natural light to illuminate the interior galleries. The museum has three main galleries, which can be subdivided, as well as five smaller galleries, one of which is in a tower. Collection The permanent collection of around 5,000 works(up from 1,100 works at the time of the museum's opening in 1995) dates from the mid-20th century onward. There are three periods of modern art represented: the first one covers the forties to the sixties; the second spans the sixties and seventies; the third period is contemporary. The collections focus on post-1945 Catalan and Spanish art, although some International artists are also represented”
“On the Montjuïc mountain, you can enjoy museums such as the Joan Miró Foundation, the Museum of Archeology of Catalonia or the National Museum of Art of Catalonia, historical places such as the Olympic Ring —emblem of the Olympic Games—, parks, gardens and even a castle”
“Nearby park with options to paddle a little boat or take kids to play in a dedicated space for them (Espai Ludic)”