Madrid has a spectacular nightlife, you will find every evening something to do. Most clubs and bars are crowded around 21.00 and the party lasts until the early hours. Near the Plaza de Santa Barbara, Glorieta de Bilbao and Alonso Martinez are many bars, pubs, fast food restaurants and many shops that sell a delicious ice cream.
Arguelles and Moncloa neighborhood bars are frequented by very young students and tourists. For live music concerts, cafes, bars and restaurants with moderate prices go in the Plaza de Dos de Mayo. Streets Paseo de la Castellana, Paseo de Recoletos and Paseo del Prado abounds in elegant restaurants, chic cafes and nightclubs popular with locals. In the summer, the Paseo de la Castellana and Parque del Oeste party held at outdoor terraces.
Over the years, Madrid has earned its reputation as the world capital of flamenco. Passion and intensity, dazzling moves and happiness, these are just some of the feelings that feel flamenco dancers. El Rincón de Jerez is located in the Salamanca district and is one of the places that offers authentic atmosphere. Every evening, at 23.00, customers and waiters sing “Hello”, a traditional song. After the lights go out and are replaced by candles, the dancers are ready to offer a unique show.
Opened in 1956, the Morera Corral is one of the oldest flamenco bars in Madrid. The club has its own group of dancers, guitarists and singers offering an amazing show every night. Cuisine is mentioned in the prestigious Michelin Guide.
Madrid Arena is the most famous club in Madrid. Housed in a former cinema, Madrid Arena hosts famous DJs that make a great atmosphere. The most beautiful parties are in the summertime.
If you love to dance, then you should go to El Sol Madrid. Here is listening a great mix between funk, hip-hop and jazz. Although it seems a strange combination, once here you will dance all night.