Top Nightclubs in Europe
If you want to witness some of the finest DJs mix their tunes at breakneck speed, find love or just dance, here are our top nightclub recommendations in Europe.
1. Pacha, Ibiza, Spain
Member of the Pacha brand, Pacha Ibiza is one of the island’s oldest clubbing institutions. Comprising five different rooms, Pacha has welcomed famous DJs through its doors such as Pete Tong and David Guetta. In DJ Magazine's top 100 nightclubs of 2012, Pacha Ibiza was rated in the top three.
2. BCM Planet Dance, Mallorca, Spain
Located on the island of Mallorca, BCM has a capacity exceeding 7000 people. Equipped with the brand new 6,500W Funktion One Sound System, the club has welcomed DJs and artists such as Swedish House Mafia, Mistajam, Wretch 32 and Tinie Tempah.
3. Fabric, London, United Kingdom
Fabric was voted no.1 in DJ Magazine’s top 100 clubs in the world poll in both 2007 and 2008. Since its inception in 1999, Fabric has continuously wowed revellers both old and young. Arguably the best nightclub in London.
4. Cavo Paradiso Nightclub, Mykonos, Greece
This nightclub is known for having an extremely intense summer schedule involving DJs such as Eric Prydz and Steve Angello. What began as a lifelong ambition to set up a recreational venue, taking advantage of the idyllic environment, has resulted in 19 years of continuous success.
5. Berghain, Berlin, Germany
Set inside an old concrete power plant, Berghain is notorious for its strict door policy and intimidating bouncers. Previous revellers to Berghain agree that its music policy sets it apart from most other clubs throughout the world.
6. Razzmattazz, Barcelona, Spain
Located just on the edge of Barcelona, Razzmattazz is unique in being Barcelona’s only super club. The club consists of five smaller clubs, each operating their own music policy. From indie pop to techno, virtually every taste is catered for.