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Entertainment & Nightlife in Andorra

Live music, night-time skating, DJ’s, pubs, restaurants, karaoke, bowling alleys, cinemas, music bars, open-air bars, discos, etc. Nightlife is another attraction of Andorra, thanks to the range of activities offered, and because of the safety on the streets which is characteristic of the country. The capital and the other parishes offer leisure alternatives so that everyone can enjoy Andorra.

Andorra is one of the countries with the safest streets, which makes it a real pleasure to enjoy the nightlife. Pub restaurants are one of the Principality’s typical leisure ideas, and a good place start the fun. A legendary meeting place is the Café de la Plaza, open until three o’clock in the morning. Surf offers the best Argentinian meat and the night goes on upstairs in the resident company of DJ Jordi O.

One of the new venues for the season is the Buda Bar in Andorra la Vella. Enjoy select Mediterranean and Andorran cuisine in its lounge club restaurant; on the top floor there is a large dance floor where resident DJ Gustavo Sosa spins house and electro. In addition, Nano plays R&B, Dance, Latin and Spanish pop in the Cóctel de l’Avi in La Massana; Kiko Cabanillas does the same in Xoxolao; in Satélite (Escaldes-Engordany), you can hear 80s and pop music. And every week, an invited DJ makes Ambit, in Erts, one of the most fashionable club scenes in the Principality.

El Pas de la Casa also has a good atmosphere and around twenty nightspots. Avalanche, Gatsby, Mulligan or Western Ekerd are some of the pubs where you can start the night off on the right foot; and Bilbord, Mexicano, Pandero and Underground are some of the discos to visit as the night moves on. In Canillo are Aspen, the Capitan Pub, Iceberg, Cova del Drac or Picadilly. ln El Tarter you have Arthur’s and El Mosquit.

Those with a passion for Caribbean and Latin rhythms will find what they’re looking for place at La Bodegueta and La Bolsa, both in Andorra la Vella. If you want to get away from the crowds, there’s a very intimate environment at Califa; with the best dance, tech-house, Latin and Spanish pop at Mort qui t’ha mort. In QTR (Anyòs), the Colectivo Bere-Bere offers techno sessions at weekends. For fans of karaoke, there is Píkolo (Andorra la Vella) and Quasiquè (Escaldes–Engordany).

Bowling and skating are among the other options available in Andorra by night. The Ordino sports centre and the Serradells sports centre offer billiards, darts, bowling and video clips until midnight (Andorra la Vella). The Canillo ice rink organises dinners, ice skating and an ice disco.