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What should you avoid to make the most of the nightlife in Barcelona?

United Kingdom Clare, United Kingdom

26 days ago

Be very careful outside clubs on the beach at night. Watch your bags and your friends and stay together! Don't take more money than you need for your night out and ideally try not to keep it all in one place - split it up. Lastly, don't take anything important (passport and glasses for me - it was hell managing without those)
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