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Macumba

Have you had enough of flamenco music? Then Macumba is the perfect alternative! In this mega-club, you can hear hard beats in different rooms, and you'll encounter anything but traditional dancing. Macumba is praised for its good light and sound inst...

Club Low

Few tourists know about this discotheque, but Madrilenos enjoy the music in plenty. It's a rather alternative kind of club with two rooms, one large and one small, where two different types of music are played. Drinks are pretty expensive and the act...

Fashion house Loewe was founded in 1846 in Madrid. It started as a leather workshop but soon it grew

Casa Patas is a real flamenco bar in the Lavaspiés district. This area is known for its creative and different types of locals and the small amount of tourists visiting the place. Night life here really does justice to its name and does not begin unt...

Bar Cock

Nightclubbing in Madrid starts off late, so were will you find a place to initiate the evening until then? You can try the enjoyable bar Cock. Here you'll have the best shot of finding the most delicious cocktails in town. The name Cock is derived fr...

Ananda

Ananda is Madrid's best open air discotheque. It lies near Atocha station and is especially enjoyable during the summer. There's a big VIP area dotted with comfortable sofas to lounge on. Dance to your heart's content to the sound of house and the ul...

Velada

At 6 AM, most clubs close their doors. Real die-hards can continue in the after club Velada. Even at 10 AM, the dance floor is still crowded with people, still swinging on the music of famous Spanish DJs. Velada is quite a small club, but certainly n...

Madrid is de hoofdstad van Spanje

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