BiographyAfter the death of General Franco in 1975, Barcelona began to enjoy a new life, and the Fiesta (party) has become an integral part of the Spanish way of life. The capital Madrid began a new wave of serious party in 1980 and 1985 and the Catalans really exploited the idea of organizing the party in the famous white island of Ibiza. Other cities in general, in the South such as Marbella and Benidorm followed suit, the construction of large apartment and hotels to accommodate hoards of foreigners looking for 2 weeks of sun, sea, sangria and holiday. Barcelona seems to have never really wanted to offer an inexpensive holiday of 2 weeks instead chose trust worth tourists. But all that changed after the Olympic Games in Barcelona in 1992 and it is safe to say that Barcelona is one of the most visited European cities visited by tourists looking for a serious party and strip clubs. The Barcelona street system is very similar to the street grid system in New York, that is, everything is built around the block system and the borders of each zone in Barcelona are very well defined. The same can be said for the clubs. Different areas offer different styles of music and concepts. Poble Nou bars and nightclubs, strip clubs that host rockers and heavy metal music are popular mood in this area. That Razzmatazz said, probably the biggest club in Barcelona and the most advanced thinking in the middle of all the blows to the head. The Olympic Port has 2 sections, divided by the famous hotel Arts. To the left of the hotel (to the sea) is a strip of bars and discos offering free shots hip hop, commercial dance and reggaeton for all passersby. It is not as expensive side sticky nightclubs and even a little problem there is always a possibility. However, at the right, you can find a more sophisticated clubbing experience with bars and strip clubs such as Shoko, CDLC and Opium Mar offering designer clubbing at its best. Las Ramblas is 100% geared to tourists with many more scattered Irish/English strip clubs a British Royal Plaza, Las Ramblas and Nou de la Rambla. Apollo, on Nou de la Rambla, is no exception with various clubs playing reggae of techno on all nights. The gay scene is alive in an area called Eixample (better known as Gayxample), with most of the bars and strip clubs that are located in the Council of hundred street.
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