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Granada Nightlife, Spain

Granada Nightlife can be experienced in different ways. People can go to cafes with more relaxed ambiences. Tourists who prefer an energetic nightlife can head to the bars and clubs in town. Make way for the spectacular nightlife happening in Granada and compare it with those found in Malaga Nightlife.

Granada Nightlife – Cafes

Cafes in Granada open early and most of them close at dawn. This a good option for people who want to have a laid-back kind of nightlife.

Adarve. It is best to visit this cafe during winter. People can simply have intimate talks while being heated by the very cozy fireplace. Customers can also play board games and card games. Adarve is open everyday from 3:30pm until 4am.

Haren de Arquimedes. This café radiates a Bohemian ambience. It does not only serve fine coffee but also a wide array of imported beers. During Thursdays and weekends, Haren de Arquimedes presents live performances. The music played are jazz, cabaret and flamenco. The place is open everyday from 3:30pm until 2am.

Soho. This café is famous to students as well as sports enthusiasts. Patrons can play darts, cards, snooker and board games. They can also watch different kinds of sports on TV such as basketball, soccer and American football. It opens at 3:30pm and closes at 3am daily.

Granada Nightlife – Bars and Clubs

This is the perfect Granada Nightlife for people who are bursting with energy. Bars and clubs in the city open late but they do not close until the break of day.

Sala Cha. This place offers two things to the public. One option is to head to the bar, grab some drinks, and talk to other people. Another option is to go to the dance floor and groove to the music ‘til you drop. The music played is mostly Latin and funk and sometimes, the place presents live concerts. Sala Cha is open during Wednesdays to Saturdays from 10pm to 4am. During Sundays, it is open at 6am to 10am and 10pm to 4pm.

Barrio Latino. This is one of the hottest clubs in Granada. It serves traditional Latin American cocktails, and rums and fruit juices. The music played is usually salsa, and other Latin beats. The place is packed with different kinds of people varying in ages and races. It is open during Thursdays to Saturdays from 11pm until 4am.

Distrito 10. This place has two levels. The first floor is devoted for dancing. The music ranges from salsa to techno. The upper floor is a bar wherein patrons can relax if they get tired of dancing. It is open everyday from midnight until 7am. Girls get in for free while guys pay an entrance every Fridays and Saturdays.

Tourists will certainly enjoy Granada Nightlife. Whether they prefer a quiet or a loud place, they can find a perfect nightspot in the city. While in Spain, try to take a peek and experience Murcia Nightlife as well.

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