Apart from amazing (and often trippy) music, this place has a lot to offer. Crazy paintings, weird installations and even poetry sessions—everything cultural finds a spot here. The erstwhile shoe factory can accommodate over 10,000 people and is a favourite with DJs and music artistes the world over.
Considered one of Berlin’s most exclusive nightclubs, Berghain is extremely difficult to enter. However, once you make it past the 3-hour-long queue, you can party with around 1,500 people, dancing to techno music that blares from gigantic speakers.
Situated in Santorini, this club plays host to artists that dabble in dance music. With a capacity of only 120, it is one of the more intimate spots on this list. However, this is not to say that it isn’t popular, as Casablanca Soul is usually packed to full capacity.
Situated in a castle that is part of an artificial village in Barcelona, at La Terrrazza, you stand a chance to party on the roof of a castle under the twinkling stars and, oddly enough, strobe lights. This club attracts a swishy set of guests, so it is not the place to visit for a casual drink or two.
Amsterdam has a rich culture of music, having produced artists such as Armin Van Buuren and Tiësto in recent times. Considering that EDM is extremely popular in Amsterdam, Air is the best nightclub to visit as their excellent sound systems help you experience the music in the best way possible!
Written By : Shirley Mistry