Issue 42 -2012

Monthly newspaper and online publication targeting 18 to 35 year olds. The ultimate guide to the hottest parties, going out and having fun. Music, fashion, film, travel, festivals, technology, comedy, and parties! London, Barcelona, Miami and Ibiza.

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Issue 42 / 2012 TRAVEL 29 7 OME TO BARCA! ON A BUDGET DRINKING Yakuta Bar A unique design, interesting art and cosmopolitan Barri Gotic & Las Ramblas Central location and atmosphere of Medieval clientele, it's the ideal location for a romantic night out. It gets popular, so get there before 10pm. Great place to watch sports events and free Wi-Fi. Spain, it's the perfect place to start. There are lots of clubs, pubs and bars in this gothic area, and funky places in the area with Rita Blue and "Bosque de los Fades" being the most popular. Maremagnum Barcelona's biggest mall, half shops, half clubs. During the day, it's a nice stroll with families and by night, it comes alive. Bars, pubs and clubs take over with music ranging from techno to salsa. EATING Dos Palillos Traditional Spanish tapas gets inspired by the deli- cate savours of Asia! Imagine Asian savours mixed with Spanish traditional and elegant tapas. The creativity, elegance and class of the food ensure it's not one to be missed! Average Meal Price: £16 Moments Tthe stunning beautiful Mandarin Oriental Hotel. The chef is re-visiting Catalan recipes and even inventing the first anti-aging menu of Barcelona. It may be a bit pricey but you won't be disappointed! Average Meal Price: £63-£95 Fonda Gaig A calm atmosphere with mellow lighting, great for traditional Catalan food. Dishes include slender cannelloni with a decadent multimeat filling, ma- carrones Del cardenal, silky pasta tubes cloaked in a divine sauce of cream and onion sofrito under gratinéed Parmesan. Average Meal Price: £27.50 - £36 SLEEPING The Hipstel Brand new hotel with Barcelona's authentic ar- chitecture. It's located near the main districts and walking distance to all the main attractions. Free Wi-Fi and the great atmosphere. Average price per night: £16 Rambla & Catalunya Located on one of Barcelona's most elegant streets. It is surrounded by modern architecture. With it positioned in the heart of the city, access to shopping centres, restaurants and bars is right down the road. Average price per night: £12 Ole Barcelona Relaxed environment and two minute walk from the metro. There are plenty of restaurants, cafes and other options to dine out at. There are rooms with balconies that over look the city. Free Wi-Fi. This is the perfect hostel for those who are looking for a nice, calm getaway. Average price per night: £12 PARTYING Moog Tiny club with a big reputation. It's a respected club, both locally and internationally. This is a club for those that love house and techno and there is a small room upstairs, where pop is played, for those less tech people. Razzmatazz This warehouse is one of Barcelona's most foremost clubs. It's huge, electric and is always in popular demand. Offers indie and rock on the ground floor, while for club-heads; the Loft room is the crown jewel. Superb atmosphere for house and techno nights. Mac Arena Mar Beach Club Barcelona's top summer club, and it's free. The centre is a large chiringuito with beds, gastro- chic menu to feed pit-stop dancers. Sunday night seems to be the main night. Underground house and techno DJs. If you're looking for a beach party, you can't miss this one!

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