Best salsa dance clubs in Barcelona

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If you’re visiting Barcelona, you shouldn’t stick to the beach and day activities. The nightlife in Barcelona is very animated, specially in summer time! You can’t miss some night plans that will make your stay more enjoyable, and if you like dancing, music and shows, you may also like salsa music, so here are some recommendations from ApartEasy staff of the best clubs to dance salsa in Barcelona:

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Antilla Salsa Barcelona

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What can you see/do there?
Antilla Salsa Barcelona is the most famous salsa club in Barcelona, with the performances of a lot of music bands and orchestras which mix latin and fusion music: you can dance and watch the band playing live music at the same time. It’s got an amazing atmosphere divided in two different spaces (Sala 1 and Sala 2) which offer free dance lessons, workshops, performances and Caribbean cocktails.

Location: Carrer d’Aragó 142, 08015-Barcelona

How to get there: Metro- Line 1 (Urgell) or Line 5 (Hospital Clinic)

Price:
Wednesday: from 9 pm to 2 am. Free entrance w/ 1 drink
Thursday: from 11 pm to 5 am. Free entrance w/ 1 drink
Friday and Saturday: from 11 pm to 6 am. Entrance 10€ (includes one free drink)
Sunday: from 7 pm to 1 am. Free entrance w/ 1 drink

Contact information: 93 451 45 64 (mornings)/ info@antillasalsa.com. All info their website.

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Mojito dance club

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What can you see/do there?
Mojito Club is the reference of Salsa, Bachata and Latin music in Barcelona. If you’re looking for this kind of music, your best option is to go there on Thursdays and Sundays, since Fridays and Saturdays they play more international latin music. Furthermore, on Sundays there’s a Cuban orchestra playing live music.

Location: Carrer Roselló, 217, 08008 Barcelona

How to get there: Metro- Lines 3 or 5 (Diagonal), FGC (Provença)

Price:
Wednesday (only summer): free entrance w/ 1 drink
Thursday and Sunday: free entrance w/ 1 drink
Friday and Saturday: from 23h, 12€ (includes one free drink)

Contact information: 654 201 006 (bookings and info)/ infomojito@gmail.com. All info at their website.

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Habana Club

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What can you see/do there?
Habana Club is a Cuban restaurant and dance club located next to the beach, where you can have dinner until 1:30 and then it turns into a discotheque with latin music and dance lessons. It opens from Thursday to Sunday, and it also opens on Wednesdays during summer.

Location: Passeig Joan Borbó 74, 08039 Barcelona

How to get there: Metro Line 4 (Barceloneta), Bus 17/39/64/45/57/59/157/N8

Price: free entrance having dinner at the restaurant (around 30€/dinner)

Contact information: 932 250 263- 686 182 373- 677 356 499/ habanabarcelona@habanabarcelona.com. All info at their website.

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Agua de Luna

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What can you see/do there?
Agua de Luna is a dance club with Latin atmosphere located in Barcelona, and a good choice to go to on Wednesdays if you want to see salsa dancers, and learn how to dance too. On weekends they play international Latin music and it becomes more like a discotheque with young people in their twenties.

Location: Carrer Viladomat 211, 08029 Barcelona

How to get there: Metro Line 5 (Hospital Clinic)

Price:
Mondays closed
Tuesdays to Thursdays: from 22 to 4am. Entrance+ 1 drink starting at 5€
Fridays and Saturdays: from 23 to 5am. Entrance+ 1 drink starting at 5€
Sundays: from 20 to 4am. Entrance+ 1 drink starting at 5€

Contact information: 934 100 440/ aguadeluna@aguadeluna.com. All info at their website.

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Check out the Salsa dance clubs map in Barcelona

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2 thoughts on “Best salsa dance clubs in Barcelona

  1. Bailar salsa

    BarcelonaSalsa.net nace para ser la mayor comunidad salsera de Barcelona. Si te gusta bailar salsa, si estás pensando en aprender a bailar o simplemente te gusta el ritmo de sus canciones… has llegado al sitio correcto!

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  2. SalseroBCN

    Hello!

    For people coming to Barcelona, the places that I recomend are:
    Thursday: for Cuban salsa Antilla and for Line salsa Dio.
    Friday: for Cuban salsa Antilla and for Line salsa Esencia.
    Saturday: for Cuban salsa Antilla or Bailongu and for Line salsa Dio.
    Sunday: for Cuban salsa Antilla and for Line salsa Esencia.

    Antilla is more friendly and is always crowded. In Esencia and Dio the level of dance average/high.

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