Nightclub is the custom of visiting and gathering socially. That includes socializing, listening to music,
dancing and drinking alcohol. In most cases it is done to hear new music on larger systems than one would usually have in their domicile or for socializing and meeting new people.
Spain prides itself with one of the finest and most varied nightlife scenes in Europe – the movida (or La Marcha). From the world-famous clubs of Ibiza – the continent’s party capital – to Madrid’s sassy, never-ending nights, the kingdom welcomes revelers with a myriad of entertaining opportunities. It is known all over the world for its festive vibe and spirited locals, but when darkness falls the atmosphere becomes downright explosive. A typical Spanish night out usually starts with a tapas crawl around the local bars, and continues with bar-hopping and parties until the early hours of the morning.
In the country’s major cities, all streets, plazas, and bars are jam-packed with enthusiastic crowds, especially in the weekends or during the hot summer months when nobody’s willing to spend time inside. Options are incredibly varied in order to suit any mood, musical taste, age, and budget out there.