The Top 5 Nightclubs in Eastern Europe


By Busabout
13 Aug 2019

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Clubbing in Europe is much more than a weekend hobby - in some countries it borders on a religion.

The energy you find after dark captures the unique feel of a city and there’s no better way to get to know the locals.

The club scene in Eastern Europe is thriving right now and the range of epic venues available is only getting better. Check out these clubs where the drinks are flowing, the DJs are pumping, and people are dancing all night long.

Instant, Budapest

If you love partying until daybreak in quirky and unique places, a visit to Budapest should be on your bucket list. Instant is the biggest ruin bar in Budapest, with two different courtyards and eight bars. To make things even better, it’s open til 6am, seven nights a week! Instant has a combination of live music earlier in the night, followed by raving until the early hours.

Prozak 2.0, Krakow

Hidden in a medieval basement in the city centre of Krakow, Poland, you’ll find Prozak 2.0, which attracts some of the world’s biggest names in house and techno. According to the owners, Prozak 2.0 is one of the city’s oldest underground nightclubs. The music is blasting until the sun comes up, giving you time to pack in plenty of beers, shots and cocktails.

There’s loads of rooms to explore and find your favourite sound and wherever you find yourself throughout the night, you’ll be immersed in the best music around.

Karlovy Lazne, Prague

Prague is home to one of the most diverse nightlife scenes in the world. If you want to dance and party in one of the biggest nightclubs in all of Europe, then a visit to Karlovy Lazne is a must! This is a five-story nightclub, in a converted 15th Century building.

Every level of the club has a different feel, with different music and themes. There'll really be something for everyone here!

Subclub, Bratislava

If neon lights, laser shows and thumping house music tick all your boxes, Subclub is perhaps the best of what Bratislava has to offer.

Subclub is tucked away underneath the Bratislava Castle in what was once a military storage bunker. Now, it’s a place where partygoers from all corners of the globe get together to let loose until 5am. It’s only open on Fridays and Saturdays but trust me, there are worse places to have a Sunday hangover than Bratislava,and a night out at Subclub is always worth it.

Level 27, Warsaw

When you’re making your way across Eastern Europe to experience some of the best nightlife on the planet, you need to stop at Warsaw, Poland’s capital. Colourful cocktails, world-renowned DJs and three stages keep Level 27 Club alive until the wee hours of the morning, but it’s selling point is its rooftop terrace bar, which offers sweeping city views.

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