Things To Do At Night In Valencia
Nightlife In Valencia
There are so many things to do at night in Valencia, the only problem you’ll have … is finding the time to enjoy them all.
Whatever kind of entertainment you’re looking for you’ll find it here.
Things To Do At Night In Valencia – Week-ends are the most lively time of the week for clubs but many of them also open during the week.
The original disco clubs of Valencia were wild. The Barracas club opened in 1965 in the town of Palmeres and the 70s and 80s were the most successful years of the ‘Ruta del Bacalao’. They still exist today… so, if you enjoy house or techno, take a taxi or bus (at the weekend) from Canovas or the Centro Commercial El Saler – (near the City of Arts & Sciences) to C/ Les Palmeres (Sueca). Check it out online at BarracaMusic
Things To Do At Night In Valencia ~ Clubs, Restaurants, Films & Theater
You can go clubbing, visit a bar or wine and dine in one of the many restaurants in Valencia.
Valencia is full of cultural events and there’s always something good to see at the theatre or cinema.
Things To Do At Night In Valencia During Summer
Where To go ? Things To Do At Night In Valencia
- Canovas Square is an upmarket area of Valencia on the other side of the Turia Gardens with Avenida Blasco Ibáñez and Aragón not far away in the University area of Valencia.
- Joan Llorenç is about a fifteen minute walk from Barrio del Carmen and mainly full of trendy locals and is a smaller version of Covent Garden in London.
- The street (Carrer de Joan Llorenç) consists of two rows of disco-bars full of life until 4am.
- The late night Havana Valencia is on the same street and open until 7am.
Don’t forget that during the hot summer months people vacate the hot clubs of the city for the cooler beach clubs of Valencia.
Things To Do At Night In Valencia in El Carmen
- This is one of the most lively area of the city and on Friday and Saturday evening the clubs, bars and restaurants are overflowing with people.
- The area is very bohemian with terraces and bars which attract a variety of people ranging from politicians and artists to students and tourists.
- Everyone enjoys the local wine and mouth-watering food which this region of Spain is famous for.
- An excellent place to start your night is with a few drinks at the popular la Bolsería.
Just go past Mercado Central (Central Market) and La Lonja until the end of the street, turn left into Calle Bolsería and the bar is at No 41. (This street runs into a lovely little square called Plaza Tossal).