Top 10 Bachelor Party Ideas In Barcelona, Spain - Updated 2024

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Barcelona in Catalunya, Spain is an exciting city to visit at any time. This vibrant seaside city has many great, must-see attractions, particularly the creations of architect Antoni Gaudi. Gaudi designed the incredible Sagrada Familia temple, which is still under construction to this day. He also designed the amazing Parque Guell and some incredible residential buildings, particularly Casa Mila and Casa Battlo. The city has many great restaurants, museums, art galleries, and historic buildings to visit, but it is also a great party town. There are plenty of excellent restaurants and bars, and a buzzing nightlife scene. This makes the city the ideal destination if you’re hosting a bachelor party. Choose from some of the top bachelor party ideas in Barcelona, Spain listed below.

1. Explore Barcelona on a traditional wine and tapas tour (from USD 104.0)

Barcelona is a city renowned for its restaurants and tapas bars. What better place to take your about-to-be-married pal than on a tapas and wine tour in the city? This is especially great in the historic Gothic Quarter and El Born areas of the city. Find out about the foodie scene of Barcelona while sampling Catalan and Spanish traditional tapas (or small plates) including such delights as Iberian ham, along with some of the best Spanish wines. Enjoy an afternoon in the city or take an evening tapas and wine tour to experience a fabulous flamenco show, listening to the iconic guitar music and watching the colorful and artistic dance display.

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Barcelona El Born and Gothic Quarter Tapas and Wine Experience

Duration: 3 hours

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2. Experience a fabulous flamenco show at Tablao Cordobes (from USD 50.0)

Tablao Cordobes is the famous flamenco theater of Barcelona and features the best flamenco show in the city. Here you and your friends can watch the artistic performance on a 19th-century stage in the beautifully renovated theater. Watch world-class flamenco performers dancing, singing, and playing the iconic Spanish guitar. While enjoying the show, partake of a traditional Spanish buffet meal and a drink. This is one experience that must not be missed on a visit to fascinating Barcelona.

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Flamenco Night at Tablao Cordobes, Barcelona

Duration: 1 hour

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3. Take your friend on an enjoyable sailing cruise (from USD 54.0)

While the city of Barcelona is great to explore, it is also a harbor city and one favorite pastime of locals is to go sailing. Head out on the Mediterranean Sea with your friend on a luxury yacht from OneOcean Port Vell. As you sail, learn about the landmarks you can see on the horizon from the crew, while enjoying tapas and drinks. Weather permitting, you could even enjoy a dip in the Med along the way!

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Barcelona Sailing Cruise with Light Snacks and Open Bar

Duration: 2 hours

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4. Bowl over with fun at Bowling Pedralbes

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One enjoyable pastime in Barcelona is to go bowling. Take your bachelor pal and friends to Bowling Pedralbes in the heart of the city. Enjoy 14 bowling lanes at Barcelona’s best bowling alley, then play table football, slot machines, or pool together. Also take your friends for a delicious meal at the bowling alley’s restaurant, which serves a range of burgers, sandwiches, combination plates, snacks, and salads. From Monday to Friday, a set menu is served here.

Bowling Pedralbes

Address: Av. Dr. Marañón, 11, bajos, 08028 Barcelona, Spain

Website: Bowling Pedralbes

Opening hours: Sun - Thu: 10am - 12am; Fri - Sat: 10am - 2am

Price: From 3 USD

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5. Sing your hearts out at Touch Music Karaoke

Nothing is more fun than taking your friends to a karaoke club, getting up on stage, and singing your heart out. Touch Music Karaoke has more than 20 years’ experience in the art of karaoke and offers more than 70,000 songs to choose from, along with spectacular lighting effects. You and your bachelor pal will feel like a real music star. For convenience, Touch Music Karaoke has four venues in the city, one in Carrer de Joan Miro, one in Carrer de Rocafort, one in Carrer de Muntaner and one in Carrer de Aribea.

Touch Music Karaoke

Address: Carrer de Joan Miró, 8, 08005 Barcelona, Spain

Website: Touch Music Karaoke

Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 10pm - 5am; Sat - Sun: 7pm - 5am

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6. Have a wild party at The George Payne Irish Pub

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Let’s face it, the Irish know how to party and The George Payne Irish Bar is one of the best party bars in the city of Barcelona. The bar offers a great range of spirits, beer, wine, and cocktails with a delicious food menu to choose from, great music, darts, and live sports on the big-screen TVs in the bar. The George Payne Irish Bar dubs their services, “For nights you won’t remember, in a bar you won’t forget!” Hopefully, you and your friends will remember the evening!

The George Payne Irish Pub

Address: Plaça d'Urquinaona, 5, 08010 Barcelona, Spain

Website: The George Payne Irish Pub

Opening hours: Sun - Mon: 1pm - 2:30am; Tue - Wed: 1pm - 2am; Thu: 1pm - 2:30am; Fri - Sat: 1pm - 3am

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7. Enjoy sailing on a party catamaran (from USD 55.0)

Head to Port Olimpic and get out on the water to enjoy sailing along the spectacular coastline of Barcelona on this three-hour catamaran sailing cruise. Soak up the sun on deck while enjoying cocktails or jump into the Med for a refreshing swim. You and your friends can then tuck into a delicious onboard barbecue including Spanish sausages, hamburgers, pasta salad, and a dessert, washed down by beer and sangria while listening to the DJ playing music on the boat’s state-of-the-art speakers.

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Barcelona Catamaran Party Tour For Young People

Duration: 3 hours

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8. Release your inner Viking at Barcelona Axe Throwing

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Posted by Barcelona Axe Throwing on Tuesday, 28 January 2020

As a sport, axe-throwing is a great way to get out the tensions of a stressful working life. However, the sport can also be loads of fun and a unique and unusual way to treat your bachelor pal. This is also perfect for relieving per-marital jitters! There are several hatchets to choose from including the iconic Gipuzcoan ax or the Canadian Tomahawk. First, you will receive a short briefing on the art of axe-throwing, then you can try out your hand at the sport. Compete with your friends and have a hilarious time as you all unleash the Viking inside you, as Urban Axe Throwing says!

Barcelona Axe Throwing

Address: Carrer de Trafalgar, 8, 08010 Barcelona, Spain

Website: Barcelona Axe Throwing

Opening hours: Mon - Wed: 5pm - 9pm; Thu - Fri: 5pm - 10pm; Sat: 12pm - 10pm; Sun: 12pm - 9pm

Price: 21 USD

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9. Party hearty at Razzmatazz night club

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Posted by Razzmatazz on Monday, 24 February 2020

Party with your friends to indie, pop-rock and electro-rock at Razzmatazz night club. Considered to be the best nightclub and concert hall in Barcelona, the evening is led by DJ Amable and Gato and other well-known supporting DJs, including Maadraassoo or Legoteque. Live music performances are also held here, including artists like Foals, Arctic Monkeys, Chk Chk Chk, Soulwax, Bloc Party, and more. Dance the night away on the floor, as if there is no tomorrow!


Address: Carrer dels Almogàvers, 122, 08018 Barcelona, Spain

Website: Razzmatazz

Opening hours: Thu - Fri: 12:30am - 5am; Sat - Sun: 1am - 6am (closed from Mon - Wed)

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10. Visit the fascinating Monastery of Montserrat (from USD 99.0)

Set in the Montserrat Mountains close to Barcelona, the Monastery of Montserrat offers a unique experience. Not only is the monastery and its holy grotto fascinating to visit but also the views are some of the best in the Catalunya region. Have a refreshing stroll amid the mountain air, enjoying the views over Barcelona and the sea, and if you are lucky, hear the famous Montserrat Choir boys giving a recital there. After the visit, head to a local farmhouse to enjoy a delicious, three-course lunch with your friends.

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Montserrat Monastery Visit and Lunch at Farmhouse

Duration: 8 hours

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Throw your friend the perfect bachelor party in Barcelona!

Your best pal is about to tie the knot and get married. Before their bachelor days end, give them the best experiencepossible, whether cruising the Mediterranean Sea, touring tapas bars, experiencing a Flamenco display, partying at an Irish pub or Barcelona’s best night club, hitting the bowling lanes, or throwing an ax like a viking. These options and more are among some of the top bachelor party ideas in Barcelona, Spain.

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Anne Sewell was born in England, but has spent most of her life in Africa - Malawi, Zimbabwe and South Africa - and now resides on the beautiful Costa del Sol in southern Spain. She loves writing...Read more

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