Discover The Madrid Nightlife. Find Best Places To Party, Madrid

Best nightlife & places to party In Madrid

Nightlife in Madrid:

Madrid never sleeps; Madrid never stops. Finding your kind of dope when it comes to nightlife in Madrid is never a problem, for the city offers a myriad of bar, nightclubs and small pubs to fit your mood. Whatever your taste be in music and ambience, nightclubs in Madrid serve bacchanals from all age and ethnic groups. So amidst the beautiful streets and gorgeous people of Madrid, here is something to complete your Holiday in Madrid. Visit the top 3 places to party in Madrid while you are in Espanol:

1. Lavapies

The south eastern edge of the historic center in Madrid houses what was earlier a Jewish Quarter of Lavapies. This neighborhood in Madrid transformed itself over a hundred years into the most vivacious mix of multicultural, cosmopolitan life in Spain. Running like a vein in the heart of Lavapies is Calle Argumosa, a wide and winding boulevard teemed with an eclectic collection of lively establishments. You will find countless locals sitting in shade on the sidewalks replete with tables, while at night, the area comes to life with debaucherous night owls. If you are all into dreadlocks, tattooing, body piercing and a hip, boho attire, then this district in Madrid will serve you well.

2. Chueca

It is hard to argue whether this beyond cosmopolitan neighborhood in Madrid is more fun in the daytime or after dark. Authentic bar scene, versatile music taste in pubs and contempo cocktail bars- Chueca is way too much fun and offers a great nightlife experience in Madrid! High on the gay scene, Barrio de Chueca is marked by Calle Barquillo and Calle de Fuencarral on its eastern and western borders. San Anton Market is always packed to capacity with disco lovers and low key lounge fans. Try a Cana y Tapa (Beer and Tapa) at a traditional bar at insanely cheap rates. The popular Gay Pride Festival paints this district red in June- relentless party scene for days, open air music performances, theatre plays, movies, literary events, exhibitions and an ever-ending parade.

3. Calle Princesa

Rock, Spanish Pop, Techno- you name it and you get it in Princesa. With a beginning marked by Sala Marco Aldany (a club that plays impeccable house music, Princesa is all for younger nighthawks and crazy booze-lovers. The place boasts a genuine student-community feel with thousands of students. Guzman el Bueno offers plenteous pubs, bars, taverns, fast food eateries and cafes. You can easily fetch a student-friendly deal as you bar-crawl in the famous Ricorda, La Sal, Cats and Mama no lo Sabe.

Madrid serves as the forefront of Flamenco revival, so whether you are up for some cool jazz or hot flamenco, Madrid would serve you right!