2 Best Bars in La Rambla, Barcelona


Barcelona’s oldest cocktail bar opened its doors in 1933 and retains the look and feel of an old-fashioned private club, despite the fact that it was recently bought by the owners of the city's hip Sips. Sadly, the old-school barmen are gone, but you can still enjoy a classic cocktail mixed the way tradition dictates.


This legendary nightspot has hosted some of the world’s most influential jazz musicians since its opening in 1960. Decades later, the club continues to offer two nightly shows and remains a notable haven for new generations of jazz and blues aficionados. After the last performance, the spot transforms into a late-night dance club playing soul, hip-hop, and R&B.