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La Fira

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Address: C/Provenca 171, 08036 Barcelona, Spain

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fun night club

Mix of music, very dancey music so not too heavy. Reasonably priced drinks and for your entrance fee you get a drink voucher. As with many places in Barcelona the club doesn't get... read more

Reviewed 14 November 2016
Manchester, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 20 March 2017 via mobile

I went to La Fira the Saturday just with my copule! We arrived at 11:30pm and was quite empty. However 30 minutes after it was completely full. The cover is about 14€ per person and it includes 2 beers/ large drink ( vodka, whiskey, gin, etc ) I took Jaegermeister with Red Bull. The music is perfect to dance and... More 

Thank Diego R
Manchester, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 14 November 2016

Mix of music, very dancey music so not too heavy. Reasonably priced drinks and for your entrance fee you get a drink voucher. As with many places in Barcelona the club doesn't get busy till midnight- 1 am, (so don't go there any earlier) and will be open till 5-6 am. The bartenders are also great dancers and will also... More 

Thank Lillahartmann
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Reviewed 26 June 2016 via mobile

Fun nightclub with a twist. Worth a visit but be aware that it's very popular so may have to set off early to get in. For visitors from abroad note that Barcelona night life starts later and ends later so don't be surprised if it's quiet at 11pm and you find yourself out till 6am. Bar is well stocked and... More 

Thank Sarah D
Zurich, Switzerland
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Reviewed 2 February 2016 via mobile

Something different to all the clubs at the beach. You definitely have to try this one but dont go there to early as you know the spanish start partying around 2am. its gonna be very crowded. great place!

Thank Ramon C
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Reviewed 13 December 2014

I have been here several times and have had a great time inside. The bar is reasonably priced and on Saturdays, the bartenders lead the salsa dance (lots of fun). But, if your skin color is not white be wary of the bouncers - I have gotten in with a group of white people but never by myself. Also be... More 

Thank Anirudha V
Barcelona, Spain
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Reviewed 22 April 2013

Shameful behavior of the security guys at the entry, they forget they work in a place where people go to have fun and spend money (to pay their salary).

1 Thank Milo B
Le Castellet, France
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Reviewed 11 February 2013

Excellent place to go out after having 'visited' a few bars. This circus/ mad bar makes it a great and fun place to just enjoy some spanish 'n'importe quoi'. Don't forget the shots at the bar, just saying I'd suggest to arrive late

1 Thank Laure F
Tamworth, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 31 May 2011

Turned up at about 2:30/3am to be fashionably late and the party was just getting going!!! The club is tight; to me it seemed in a somewhat residential neighbourhood but it is cool. Drinks are on the dear-ish side, but nothing too outrageous. The decor inside is of a victorian style fairground; all antique fairground equipment like swings and stuff;... More 

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