Best Nightclubs in Europe

Europe has so many exhilarating nightclubs to choose from its hard to know where to start. Never the less, the International Nightlife Association, has a list of Europe, if not the World finest clubs.

Among the Clubs that made the cut within the list of top 100 nightclubs of the International Nightlife Association include:

7. Cavo Paradiso – Mykonos, Greece

Located on a 150 foot cliff above Paradise Beach on the Island of Mykonos, this half open-air venue features not only world-famous DJ’s who play the best music on the planet, but famous acts such as The Chainsmokers and Nina Kravitz, but you can dance the night away from 11:30 p.m. until 7 in the morning, Cavo Paradiso has been one of the crown jewels of the club scene in Europe since its opening in 1993.

6. Opium Barcelona – Barcelona, Spain

Another of the World finest clubs, is Opium Barcelona, in Barcelona. Opium Barcelona, which also has a full-service restaurant, follows the Cavo Paradiso model, and mixes live entertainers with DJ’s, for special events like Latin Night. People can dance and drink 11:45 p.m. to 5 a.m. (6 a.m. on weekends) and don’t be surprised if you rub shoulders with many of Barcelona’s celebrity artists and filmmakers. A high-end club, they specialize in VIP service.

5. Studio 338 – London, England

Studio 338, is a full onslaught of music and dancing mania. Often 2,000 or more people per night, flock to this nightclub with the full smoke and laser experience. It’s not for everyone, as security is tight, but those who want to dance with thousands can certainly find Studio 338 to be an exhilarating experience. As for drinks, the bartending staff can make up just about any cocktail in the world.

4. Panama – Amsterdam, Holland

One reviewer described Panama as “the ultimate clubbing experience,” while several others gave it a thumbs up for the best club in all Europe.

Holding slightly over a thousand people, nightclubbers describe the place as intimate.
Occasionally they host feature acts, such as Boy George, but mostly its techno DJ’s.
Consequently, the experience may fluctuate between the various DJ’s who host. Like all clubs, you can’t please everyone, but most customers find Panama a great club to try.

3. level 27 – Warsaw, Poland

level 27 is a partially indoor, mostly outdoor nightclub atop one of Warsaw’s highest office buildings, the Atlas Tower. Open primarily on Friday and Saturday Nights from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m., this club can be appreciated as much for the views as the dancing and great drinks.

One reviewer summarized their experience at level 27 by stating, “Very impressively view over the city, best barkeepers, good music and of course a perfect service!” Others stated that although the decor was impressive, the clientele was very friendly.

2. XOYO – London, England

Another London nightclub on INA’s top 100 list, this dance venue is very popular with
Londoner’s and a reviewer said it all: “Such a good night at XOYO, music was good, drinks were good, the staff was friendly, and the atmosphere was spot on.”

1. Watergate – Berlin, Germany

This nightclub has a mixed reputation as they do screen at the door to ensure the patrons are music lovers of techno. That said, this club has one of the best sound systems in Europe, and those who go dancing have an amazing time.

INA’s Top 100 List

We could go on and on, but if you want to enjoy great nightclubs throughout Europe, why not check out INA’s list of Top 100 nightclubs at Top 100 Clubs .