It’s a much frequented place in the nights of Bilbao. There isn’t a night without a good atmosphere and a great DJ playing the best contemporary music.
Aside from being a place where young people go to when they want to party, there are also many kinds of concerts, from Basque music to reggae, from morning to dawn.
The place transforms many times in one day: from breakfast, with coffee and pinchos, to the noon menus and the coffees and beers served in the evening. Meanwhile, others prepare the place for the night.
In the past, the entrance used to be free at night, but now they charge about 10 euros. There is also the possibility to go inside the concert for free if it has already begun.
The Olympic Stadium was always one of my favorite places when I visited Barcelona. It wasn't only the pure aesthetics of the stadium, which is located on Montjuic, surrounded by parks, gardens, museums, and one of the best views of the city you can find. It was the significance of the 1992 Olympics, which revitalized Barcelona to be the city we know today.
Of course, Barcelona has always been a center of culture in Europe, but it was the Olympic Games that brought sweeping changes to the city. Old factories were torn down and replaced with the Olympic Village, and man-made beaches were constructed that are still in place today.
It was largely the Olympic Games that molded Barcelona into the touristic capital of the world with which we are now familiar. It is truly an inspiring place, not only in it's beauty, but in it's cultural and historical relevance.
The Círculo de Arte (Circle of Art) in Toledo is an oasis in the middle of dozens of downtown restaurants aimed at tourists or old aged locals. It is a reference within multipurpose cultural spaces. It is possible to have a delicious coffee after a meal, contemplate an interesting photo exhibit, drink a natural juice, participate in a performance, etc.
But it actually stands out for its nocturnal activity. While the rest of the bars close quite early and play predictable music, the Círculo de Arte is open all night, although you have to pay an entrance to go in.
There is a varied style of music, videos, lights… This place is a good option after sunset. If you are lucky you might even be able to see a concert.
Actually I wanted to see Amon Amarth, but had to sit down at the stairs beforehand being exhausted and was thrown out by the security because of that and not being granted access again. So I missed the whole concert and was being left outside without a jumper or jacket for more than an hour. I came all the way to Madrid just to see Amon Amarth and nobody helped me! It seemed to be perfectly normal for everyone to treat me like this. I simply do not understand this! It was freezing outside, I had payed for the event, I did nothing and was obviously randomly punished by some bored security guys. No less than 5 men were busy for a whole hour denying me access to a concert I've payed good money for!
After more than 25 years of activity, Galileo Galilei is one of the most famous places of the city. There, you can enjoy music or live shows every day.
It’s considered the quintessential musical temple of Madrid’s nightlife. It has more than 1100 square meters, distributed in two floors, where you can enjoy the shows either standing up or sitting down.
It boasts one of the best sound systems found today, which gives you an idea of the quality of the experience that you will enjoy.
You can stay after the concert or show to drink something with the best music and atmosphere.
The Zaragoza Auditorium dates back to 1994. Concerts, social events, fairs and other types of meetings are all performed there. There are about 20 rooms among which Multipurpose Room and the Sala Mozart, considered for years as having the best acoustics in Europe. The multiple concerts of classical music, flamenco and other acoustic breathe life and movement into this important building in the city.
Strolling along the central Paseo de las Canteras, next to the city's best beach and crowned by the Auditorio Alfredo Kraus in the backdrop, you get to see an unforgettable sunset with the best panoramic views of the city. This includes the isthmus of Isleta on the right, the north coast to the left and the best view of Spain's highest mountain in front of you on the neighbouring Tenerife island. El Teide is an unforgettable experience.