The Inner City - What happens there, stays there - Vienna
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One of the most known Night Clubs on the ring is the Babenberger Passage, a place where you can dance to commercial music during the weekend or the hip-hop greatest hits on Wednesdays! Be careful though - the dress code is strictly elegant, especially for men!
Another club with a similar name, but a different customer range is the Albertina Passage, right next to the Albertina Museum, right next to the Opera. This bar/night club gets full during the weekends, when DJs come from different parts of Europe. Also here a big emphasis is put on the dress code: chic and elegant.
The Scotch Club, located right next to the ring and Stephansdom is an upscale club where the majority of guests is in their 20ies.
Fledermaus is the perfect place for who didn't manage to go out on Friday or Saturday and is still missing a part of the weekend! On Sundays, in fact, the Fledermaus DJs play rock-hits from the past!
Loos Bar is a small-and-upscale bar on the Kärtnerstrasse. Given its relatively small size and amazing reputation as one of the best cocktail bars in town, Loos Bar is often full - it's better to call in advance and make a reservation
Along the ring and between the many green areas of Vienna, Volksgarten defines itself as one of the most famous clubs for young people to go to. Most of the clientele is in their 20ies and enjoys dancing all night until (sometimes) the first lights in the morning. If you are interested in a specific type of music, you should check the program on their website: many different types of music play throughout the week. Definitely worth visiting if you want to party for a night in Vienna!
Tel Aviv Beach is the perfect place to go if you want to listen to some background electro or minimal music, while still being able to talk to your friends. This 'beach' on the Donau Channel is, usually, the place where you go before going to a club.
Every Latin American music lover, has to go to Floridita, where salsa, merengue, bachata and cha-cha are danced all night by a very international clientele!
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