LNOF Guide to Barcelona
This colourful Catalan city is the ideal venue for a fun filled, action packed stag weekend. Barcelona boasts the perfect balance between traditional Spanish charm, and modern cultural city – and this multicultural metropolis is certain to have something new and exciting to offer to everyone.
Barcelona’s world renowned nightlife is infectious. This city boasts some of the liveliest clubs in the whole of Spain – Opium, Ocaña, Razzmatazz and Apollo to name but a few. The varied nightlife is spread across the entire city – from the exciting labyrinth of the Gothic Quarter, full of quirky, sophisticated bars and late night clubs, to the vibrant Port Olympic, overflowing with some of the city’s biggest and best nightclubs.
Football is a big part of the culture in Barcelona, so look no further than a stop off at the third largest football stadium in the World, Nou Camp. With a colossal 100,000 capacity, you’ll be blown away by the sheer scale of this ground – it’ll certainly put your local hometown ground to shame. You and the lads can visit the home of Barcelona legends Messi, Neymar and Suárez, and see where they regularly flaunt their skills.
The main tourist hub, La Rambla, is without doubt a must see. This centrally located and constantly bustling 1.2 kilometre stretch from the magnificent Plaça Catalunya to the classy Port Vell, is overflowing with street acts, local food stalls, musicians, bars, street artists, restaurants, dancers, acrobats, museums, souvenir shops, and so much more. You’ve got to see it to believe it.