New Year’s Eve in Barcelona typically is a favourable time for locals to enjoy dinner at home or at organized networking parties in different neighbourhoods of the city. Once the clock hits midnight, it is time to eat 12 grapes, one at each time the bell rings. The hours after that continue with a long night celebrating New Year on the streets or at festivals. Time to dance away those delicious meals and grapes! Wondering where in Barcelona to go? Find your event here:
Head to one of the largest indoor clubs of Barcelona and mingle in with the young crowd. Razzmatazz is an annual New Year's favourite for many who like electronic music and don't mind the crowdyness of this event. Razzmatazz is divided over several floors and spaces, and there is an outdoor space for those who don't mind some mild winter freshness outside. Line up and more info will be published here.
Montjuïc Magic Fountain
Looking for an outdoor venue that is kid-friendly? Head to the Montjuic Magic Fountain nearby Plaza de España. This massive fountain right on Montjuic mountain will showcase what it does best: entertain! Expect plenty of moving lights, colours and moving waters. Tip: head here on any other day and move some more stairs up beyond the fountain (no worries, there are escalators). You will find yourself in a beautiful setting with views all over the city. Hence, the perfect chance for a lovely city walk.
Why not enjoy a season full of Christmas and winter activities in this marvelous city? Book your stay here and enjoy the city as if your were a true local!
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