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I'm planning a 5-7 day trip to Spain, if my hotel and 1 meal is taken care of. How much spending money would be required to enjoy the night life and parties (in AED)?Depends on your choices of nightlife and party and depends on the city.But assuming you are going to large touristic cities the prices will be the same. It depends a lot too on your gender and your schedule of going out.Adding to Victor Hernandez’s post just focusing on the prices of the drinks and giving you places in Madrid.SPAIN BROADLYIn any popular club at a beach town which will get full, you will probably pay 20 euros just to get in, regardless of gender. I paid 40 euros once on the beach in a fancy club and it hurt. You will have probably 1 or 2 drinks with that entrance. But then the drinks inside may cost you over 15 euros each.There are more affordable options though.You can go to bars as a start, even on a beach town in the height of Spain's summer, the entrance will almost certainly be free. And inside you will pay from 6-12 euros for a drink, so half the price of a club. Obviously no entrance means no free drinks, but the trick here is that in a bar you are less time than in a club, so they don't give you 2 drinks because they expect you to leave before the 3rd; while in a club they make you pay twice the price from the 3rd drink onwards because they know you will stay the whole night.The cheapest option is going against that, start in a random bar to chat and relax and then find a bar that resembles a club and stay there the whole night dancing paying drinks half the price of a club. For example in Madrid the Chapandaz (which is actually ancient, my parents went there), will cost you the price of a bar and with free entrance but it is pretty much like a club. The bad part of that is of course that people know this, so the queue is gigantic and it gets full every night, simply because it is really the cheapest way to go out the full night. So braodly speaking:Club: 15–20 euros entrance + 2 drinks free + 12-20 euros each extra drinkBar: free entrance + each drink 6-12 eurosThe fancier the place the higher the price, the closer to the coast on the summer the higher the price.Now, if you are a girl, you have a way to avoid this. If you are in a club that won’t get full (rare in the summer but possible) and you are a girl, you can show up around midnight to 1 am (or before, but Spaniards will be having dinner), and you will get free entrance to the club too.If you are a boy but you go with girls, you don't look drunk and are well dressed, with lots of luck and the girls begging you may pass free too on some very rare occasions. But I wouldn't count on that, it only happened to me twice.Sometimes the queues are long so the way to get in free as a girl before the time limit, or to get in without waiting as a boy, is to find a public relations guy to put you on his list. You will skip queues that way. If you are a boy, you’ll be paying anyway but at least you skip the queue.MADRIDI am from Madrid so I can talk to you about more specific options in Madrid.In Madrid there are bars and small clubs all over the city really. But putting them into groups.If you are in Madrid, in Moncloa and Argüelles you will get a lot of places like Chapandaz (which is in Moncloa in fact), but usually smaller; in Argüelles they are heavy metal bars for the most part, so those are more to go with your friends, while Moncloa they are more for dancing and flirting. In those it is free entrance and maybe 7 euros the drink. In Chapandaz they may be 9 euros 1 litre and you can ask for bowls of 3, 4 or 5 litres to share, those are more expensive… up to 40 euros a full bowl of 5 litres. I never bought one myself but I did meet people in the bar who ended up sharing theirs with me, and personally I think it was too much. Moncloa is full of foreigners too, mostly other Europeans but foreigners in general.In Orense they are all small clubs with younger people too (16-25), and in Chamberí too but with more variety of ages (up to 30 and rarely less than 19). In these clubs you will pay maybe 12 euros the entrance and then 8 euros the drink so not expensive. Plus the good part of Orense is that they usually have people all week-round. If you are going out a Tuesday, the area of Orense/Nuevos Ministerios might be the best choice for a club.In the district of Malasaña they are bars to eat tapas and many don't have music, it's best to talk, eat and meet people. It is next to Chueca which is the entire borough with gay bars and small gay clubs, you will know you are there because there are rainbow flags all over the district, even the metro station is marked with a rainbow flag. Chueca is fun too, even if you're straight, you don't meed to be gay to go out there. Obviously you do need to see LGBT relations as normal though and be open minded, because you will get that all around you. These are very cheap you pay 2-4 euros a drink (beer, summer wine) and they serve you full dishes with tapas to eat for free.There is also the boroughs of Habsburg Madrid, Sol and Letras, but the clubs are smaller and the drinks less quality. And those are mostly for underage teenagers or tourists to be honest. They are not that cheap on top of that, they will make you pay the entrance actually, even in most bars. Around 10 euros, the drinks inside I don't know because I never pay the entrance in the first place. And then you have Lavapiés to the south which is pretty similar to Malasaña but more disconnected.And finally there are big clubs which are are more expensive.Kapital in the district of Atocha is the largest with some 6 floors (including the roof). It was a theatre actually before it became a club. On each floor there is one type of music, plus the roof and a sofas floor. Basically the roof is to breath some air, the sofas are to make out, and the other 5 floors have mostly Latin music on the 2nd floor and a DJ on the ground floor. I don't like it much though, it is too big, and I have very random personal experiences there. Most people do, because it is the kind of place you go when you are just 18 and the experences tend to be weird. It is cheaper on Thursdays actually.You have Colonial in Príncipe Pío. I think it is a little too fancy but acceptable.Joy Eslava is in Habsburg Madrid. This one is ridiculous people go with bow tie and suit, I haven't been there, but I see people waiting to get in and I don't know if they are going to a wedding or a club. It is just fancy for the sake of fanciness.Blackhaus. It is in Aravaca, in the welathiest area of Madrid, so this one is evidently fancy too. I like this one more, because it is big, opened, the people are nicer than in other fancy places, and the drinks are good. But it is expensive and some people go very dressed up too, although not nearly as much as the other one.Pachá. This one has gotten a bad fame for being the club of the conservative class. This club has actually clubs all over Spain, including an iconic one in Ibiza. The club itself is pretty good, expensive, the people typically conservative but the place is large and opened.There are other clubs in the borough of Salamanca, typically where rich and famous people go, but I've never gone there to party. I personally take only so much of that. And there are clubs in the towns contiguous to Madrid such as Fabrik in Fuenlabrada which is massive, but it is more disconnected from the city and it's in the industrial area of Madrid, so the opposite of that.