The size and shape of this underground bar makes you feel like you are in a trendy subway tunnel- possibly not a good option for those who have problems with claustrophobia but everyone else should pile in!

Karma nightclub has a nice mix of locals and tourists and has been pumping for decades, as I´ve been told by some older local legends of this party city.

Sometimes you can find promoters around the plaça or La Rambla handing out free entry flyers, otherwise there will be an entrance fee (and as I learned, the doormen don´t accept bribes). The tunes have an Indie/Brit-pop/rock flavor to the likes of the Strokes, Vampire Weekend, The Kinks, Artic Monkeys and the white Stripes- all mixed in with a good dose of oldschool tunes.

The square-side bar and terrace are open from 6pm. On a Thursday you could find yourself the only punter in the whole place but Fridays and Saturdays are sure to have a healthy line up spilling out onto the plaza.

You might find Karma too small to spend an entire night , but it´s surely worth a look to meet some friendly locals or tourists alike for a couple of drinks (approximately €5 each).

Becky Robinson
Hola! My name is Becky. I´m yet another Australian expat who fell for the beautiful mistress we like to call Barcelona and stayed far, far longer than once intended. I throw myself into the cities events, bars, clubs, shops etc, with reckless abandon to bring you these reviews. It´s all for you! ...Or is it just an excuse to party and spend lots of money without feeling guilty?... Either way, read up on some of my favorite ways to see this exciting and eclectic city. Happy travels and welcome to BCN!