Cafe Dublin, located in the heart of San Miguel in Zaragoza, promises an authentic Irish pub experience for Spaniards and other Irish tourists searching for a familiar spot. The pub is known for its hamburgers and its special mojitos and is usually open till the wee hours of the morning. Dublin cafe's ambience is inspired by the traditional Irish Victorian style and also recreates the look of the Temple Bar of London. The cafe is not for a quiet dinner as it usually keeps a football game on and often hosts live music. Locals can also enrol for the Lindy Hop dance classes held in the pub on Mondays at 8.30p.
Considered to be among the oldest clubs in Spain, Florida 135 opened its doors in 1942 and has been growing strong ever since. You cannot miss this huge venue with its striking, graffiti art facade. Clubbers from all around the region take a trip to reach this techno favorite. Hosting reputed DJs from Spain as well as internationally, the party starts way after midnight and lasts till early morning. EDM rules the stage with various aspects of this genre being played by different DJs. Some of the artists who have performed here are Sven Väth, Kenny Larkin and Francesco Farfa.