Valencia is one of the best late night fun destinations in Spain. Located by the Mediterranean Sea where temperatures are quite high even during the off-season, Valencia is the perfect city to go out, dance the night away and enjoy long conversations with beer or sip cocktails with great music playing in the background. Actually, nightlife in Valencia is so busy that the most popular clubs sell pre-booked tickets. Making plans in advance helps avoid underwhelmingly long ques. One more important thing to know, the real clubbing starts a few hours after midnight, so don’t bother going there too early. If you prefer to choose a place for your night out in advance, we introduce you to a short list of the best places in town. Of course, as in any other large city, clubs, bars, and restaurants are spread all over the city centre, so you’ll definitely find a place on the spot.
Integrated into the iconic architectural complex, The City of Arts and Sciences, Mya is one of the best clubs in Valencia. Not only it takes the breath away with wonderful panoramic views but also surprises with outstanding parties and events. The club is a contemporary space with terrace and VIP areas where all kind of celebrations take place. Here you’ll have a chance to meet both locals and foreigners so the shindig is likely to be a great cultural experience as well. The best events take place on weekends and on the high-season, so without a pre-booked ticket, you might feel exhausted of waiting in the line.
Every multicultural and tolerant city usually has the one-of-the-kind gay bar Valencia is no exception. Located in the heart of the city in Carrer de Pepita, Deseo 54 is a two-floor space where LGBT and LGBT-friendly community gathers to dance by the latest house music tracks. International artists and DJs play at the gay parties in Deseo 54, so if it’s your kind of bar to be, take your significant other or friends and enjoy the night!
The beer lovers visiting Valencia should put Olhöps at the top of the list. Located in Carrer de Sueca, the bar is known for the great quality and selection of craft beers as well as surprisingly good local drinks. The atmosphere is nice and comfy, so it’s a perfect place to gather with friends or meet the new company. Also, if you follow their events’ calendar, you can even participate in brewing events which they organize occasionally.
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Do you think that it’s impossible to be in two places at the same time? Well, don’t be so sure since Hawaika combines the local Spanish vibes with exotic Hawaiian interior which makes you feel like in two different parts of the world. Often named as the best cocktail bar in the city, Hawaika offers a great variety of tropical drinks for a reasonable price. Locals say that gin and tonic are the one to taste here. Also, the selection of non-alcoholic cocktails, fresh juices and smoothies are wide, so even your kids have something to choose. Finally, Hawaika serves surprisingly delicious crepes – what a combo!
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Night adventures are exciting but partying all night long eats up all the energy. The best way to restore it is to grab a slice of pizza at La Finestra Pizza or a kebab with French fries at Kebab Usman. The latter is open every day from 12.30 p.m. to 03:00 a.m., so you’ll have plenty of time to refill the empty stomach after intense dancing at the local clubs. If you’d like to enjoy Italian food at La Finestra Pizza, make sure you come a bit earlier since the place closes at 01.15 a.m.
The buzzing old-town district of El Carme is the ultimate juxtaposition of old and new. Grand palaces, 14th-Century buildings, and medieval Torres rub shoulders with boutique stores, hip cafes and modern bars. Walking through the shaded streets of this bohemian neighborhood gives the perfect restate to Valencia’s hot summer afternoons, where you can enjoy a delicious paella, a refreshing cocktail and a stop of shopping. Once the sun sets, Calle de Caballeros is where the action is. This street runs right through El Carmen, and it’s where almost every night out in Valencia ends up. For a more modern cultural experience in Valencia, El Carmen is the place to be.