Zaragoza Nightlife, Spain
Zaragoza Nightlife – The Vibe of the City
Partying is what the Spaniards do best, they have Ibiza to prove it, but the magic island is far from painting the complete Spanish nightlife picture. The people in Zaragoza region are known for their openness and kindness, so for starters you won’t have any problems in getting around. Even if you are looking for somebody to go out with and have a good time they are very likely to join you and party all night long, it is what they love doing and are more than glad to share with their visitors. The city has approximately 60.000 students that keep the party going throughout the week, be it in the traditional tapas bars or at flamenco shows, at gay bars or in night clubs. The place where all the action happens and that is packed with young people round the clock is the Central Market, but if you’re looking for something classier you should try Bolivia – La Paz, which provides a fashionable and very pleasant atmosphere.
Zaragoza Nightlife – Eating Out
The first thing you should try when eating out in Zaragoza are the tapas bars, where you can have small delicious snacks that you chose from an impressive variety of specialties. You should be careful how you chose your tapas bars though, and be willing to pay an extra buck for extra quality – it will definitely be worth it! The best area to look for these places is within the narrow streets near the old town, where you’ll also find small coquette bars and plenty of terraces. You can have a quick meal at one of the many fast food joints or eat in any of the Chinese, Japanese, Italian or Mexican restaurants, but you should also have a go at one of the restaurants specializing in traditional Aragonese food.
Zaragoza Nightlife – Music and Dancing
Zaragoza can be compared with Barcelona Nightlife, having exceptional nights to offer for all preferences. When in Zaragoza you can’t miss attending a flamenco show, there isn’t anything like it, and the best place in town for the real deal is the New Auditorium, which also hosts classical concerts with regularity. For the best live jazz and blues performances you should go to El Cantor de Jazz, a highly refined place which hosts live shows every night. Another special attraction on the club scene is Jonathan’s House Pub, where you can have your cerveza (beer) surrounded by sharks, snakes and other creepy creatures. If you want to dance the night away you can try one of the modern and highly fashionable clubs like Bisonte or Concierto Sentido. These will be open throughout the week, but will only be packed on weekends, so take this into account when planning your night out. The best gay clubs are Boy’s Disco Bar and Cafeteria La Recalada.
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