Party Earth Review Bright colors are the order of the day at Rita Blue, starting with the cheerful blue, green, red, and yellow cloths that cover the tables on its popular terrace on Plaça Sant Agusti, and continuing with the brilliant vermillion and turquoise on the interior walls. Split into two main spaces, the front area features a bar ... more
Plaça Sant Agusti
Party Earth Review Tucked away in a quiet courtyard in the gardens of El Antic Hospital Santa Creu, El Jardí is undoubtedly one of Barcelona’s best “undiscovered” treasures. In terms of décor, this al fresco terrace and tapas bar lets its idyllic environment speak for itself. Gothic stone walls loom on every side of the terrace and the trees ... more
Carrer de l'Hospital, 56
Bar / Mexican Restaurant
Party Earth Review Fans of the popular Rosa del Raval restaurant in El Raval enjoy a similar mecca of Mexican kitsch at Rosa Negra, which has the same focus on budget cocktails and big burritos as its sister establishment. Inside, guests encounter an explosion of all things Mejicano, from the décor on down to the food, so if it's bursting ... more
Via Laietana, 46
Reviewed by Rita M.
"In the heart of Raval lies Barcy's hidden cuteness. Step into world of mouthwatering coffees while shopping for second hand treasures or unique gifts ..." more
Rambla del Raval
08001 Barcelona, Spain
Party Earth Review Fans of the TV series Lost are in for a treat at Bharma. The owner has gone to great lengths to pay tribute to his favorite show, starting with the airplane tail embedded in one wall and continuing with the vault-like doors of a secret bunker set into some polystyrene rocks and a stone temple that leads to the bathroom ... more
Carrer Pere IV, 93
Party Earth Review Anyone who suffers under the sweltering Spanish sun may find the perfect remedy at Icebarcelona on Barceloneta beach. Overheated patrons are guided into a vault-like room, which is kept at a temperature of minus 12˚C year round, where they are then handed silver arctic-style jackets and gloves. Once thoroughly protected ... more
Carrer de Ramon Trias Fargas, 2
Party Earth Review Simply put, Mojito Club is dedicated to sexy, seductive salsa and offers a fast-paced, fun-filled evening of dancing. Two long transparent bars radiate soft white light, as illuminated portraits of salsa dancers gaze down upon the patrons lining up for mojitos. The cool Latin and Cuban vibe and exotic cocktails are mere ... more
Carrer de Rosellón, 217
Reviewed by Sam S.
"My Take: Not to be confused with the buzzing Plaça Reial, Plaça del Rei, or King’s Square, is a quiet and pensive plaza tucked away in Barri Gótic and ..." more
Plaça del Rei
Reviewed by Sam S.
"My Take: Barcelona’s city center is bustling with tourists, especially during the summer months. It can be a bit of a nightmare navigating the more p ..." more
Party Earth Review In 1957, a neighborhood grocery store was transformed into one of El Born’s first bars – so it’s little wonder that the local citizens have a soft spot for Pitin Bar, a cozy hole-in-the-wall joint on the square. Historic as the place may be, the décor has definitely moved on from half a century ago and now features disco ... more
Passeig del Born, 34
Party Earth Review Disco balls, booming speakers, and pulsing lights hanging from the sixty-foot ceiling of this former factory let partygoers know that Razzmatazz means business. Friday and Saturday nights are always abuzz with a great mix of international and Spanish clubbers looking to dance the night away to diverse styles of music, including ... more
Pamplona 88 - 1er piso
The sheer volume of activities in Barcelona, not to mention the insane variety of options, makes it easy to understand why tourists come and never want to leave. It also sheds light on how difficult it can be to plan a day once you and your friends get to Barcelona. The important thing to keep in mind is that when it comes to activities that are good for groups in Barcelona, you really can't go wrong: this city is amazing at providing a multitude of pastimes.
Some of the best group activities in Barcelona include getting lost winding through the streets of Barri Gótic during the day or pounding drinks in its many bars at night. Barceloneta and Port Olimpico offer golden sand and blue waves during the warmer months, while their world-famous clubs like Opium Mar keep clubbers occupied all year long.
If history, culture, and architecture are of interest, then head to Parc Güell, Montjuic, Passeig de Gracia, or La Sagrada Familia to experience some of Barcelona’s most famous sites.
With gorgeous beaches, amazing attractions, an incredible nightlife, and tons of flea markets, thrift shops, and stellar cuisine, there is no reason that Barcelona shouldn’t be at the top of the list for a group trip.