Well, if you visit my Split page, you'll see that my nightlife was tumultuous at times in Croatia, but if you stay in areas where there are plenty of people (which won't be a problem from June through August) and you won't have a problem. In Dubrovnik, I spent a lot of time just exploring the streets and stopping at interesting looking pubs and bars.
After the City Gate just walk all the way Stradun to the Palace of Sponza, then turn right and walk to the Cathedral, you'll see an outdoor bar to the right and when you hear the good music you'll know you're in the right spot! Have a nice evening!
P.s. The building on the photo has still the remarks of the attacks against the City on its walls!
Dress Code: ...just put something on...
I think El Fuego is most popular and best nightclub in Dubrovnik.
The entrance fee to El Fuego is 20 kuna.They give you one drink free.
El Fuego has a nice dance floor.There were so many locals at Saturday.Night starts after 12 am till early mornings.Was very crowded at saturday night ,many people was waiting outside.The place was great that night .
I dont think it will be active in off seasons.
Although we went there on the weekend in the middle of july .It was almost empty on Sunday night.
Dress Code: Casual wear.anything you like it
Bourbon Street is an important street in DUbrovnik - especially if you are into drinking and pub crawling. You can ask anyone for it, they all know it, but this street sign, you will never see it. Why? because it doesn't exist - by this name at least. Ok, the actual name is Sagrestana Street, i think... but ask someone for it, and you'll be getting blank stares! The bars in the area are lively and fun! A great place for partying!
Dress Code: informal
Tkalciceva Ulica - is an area (or better a street) where everything seems to happen. It's a long pedestrian street covered with bars and pubs galore, and crowded by lots of young people having fun, drinking, eating... Basically it seemd like the place to go out... to see peopel and be seen - yet at the same time it did not seem like a posh place. I had a brilliant time there.
Dress Code: informal, luckily.
Great discotheque, with great music featuring all the hits and less-known songs from the 80's, includin Michael Jackson, Belinda Carlisle, Alice Cooper, Bee Gees, Roxette, Kylie Minogue, Falco etc.
On a big cinema screen, they are playing movies from the 80's, I liked it so much!!!
Entrance is usually 25 kn (1 euro - 7.5 kn)
Sorry, but I don't have picture :((
Opatija, a small town near Rijeka, is all covered with restaurants, bars, cafes, discoteques and casinos. For those of you dreaming of sitting on the quiet beach at the moonlight, there is 12 km-long sidewalk.
There are many places in Zagreb where you can go out and spend a great time with your friends!
Zagreb offers a big selection of clubs, caffes, live concerts etc..
People are relaxed and friendlly and you can easy get to know new and interesting young people.
Music is different so you have to choose from different clubs which suts you the most!
In the past years my favourite spots were disco clubs or just some caffes with live music and a good atmosphere.
Today I don go as offten as than to the clubs..I prefer to go out with my friends were is not souch croud and were we can create our own atmosphere! But sometimes we go out and just give ourselves the oportunity to be a little wild and we dance through the night..
Or sometimes I just stay at home and watch TV and still have a great relaxing moments!!
Dress Code: Evryone chooses his way of dressing...but I must say in Zagreb people expecially young people pay a big attenshone to their style so you can meet very beautifully dressed young girls and boys!
The main thing is that you have style and your own touch...
Knin used to have a thriving rock'n'roll scene.
The most popular bands were: Machine Gun, Dzep, The Pas Maters, Krcma kod Djure seljaka, Mindjusari, Simp, Todor Todor itd.
Try 'bacanje'. (type of dancing)
My Croatian nightlife experience is not very rich. I stayed in a town named Crikvenica, so my narrative will be about this place. The first night in Crikvenica we (me and my friends) spent wandering around the town trying to find something interesting. There were lots of restaurants, cafes, spots for playing billiard, bowling, mini-golf, and several nightclubs. Some of them were good enough, but when we droped in 'Omorika' club, we definitively decided to stay there. Actually, we became 'the heart and soul' of this place for a week. The club's owner - Crasy B(can't remember his name exactly) - was very glad to see us and welcomed us with beverages. That was a little thank from him: we made his club crowded for a short time at least. Crasy B was 56 years old German, who married Croatian woman and moved to Crikvenica about ten years ago. He built this club, and maintained it carefully, like a favourite toy, although the business wasn't profitable. He had a freak: he liked to sing in public. I wouldn't say it was nice to listen to, but he was a host, so visitors' complaints were fruitless. Wow! What a great time we had been having there dancing all nightlong, meeting interesting people of different nations, and simply enjoying the feeling of carelessness. Unforgetable...
Dress Code: Whatever you like.
Nightlife in Rovinj itself consist mainly of eating late then strolling at a leisurely pace around the harbour with an ice-cream. There are a couple of discos in the large hotels just outside town but as I didn't have transport it didn't seem worth the effort.
Just further proof of the Westernization of Croatia, all the cafes had American names like New York or Alabama. Goran was not so fond of this, but hey, if you eat at McDonald's, you can't complain they build them. I for one NEVER eat at McDonald's. I look for a local Croatian place now, I miss the food.
Dress Code: Try and look like you're from Jersey, YO!
that would have to be the clubs in the city of rab there are two one is Atlantice and the second is sanantonieos
they have bartenders on the bar taking your orders as soon as you get up to the bar table the people dance like crazy watch out or you will be snced by one of the hot ladies before you know it
Dress Code: just dress hip and ready to swet
Some would say "dead",and Sibenik in early June is certainly quiet enough...But if you're here off-peak and out-of-season it can be pleasant wandering around uncluttered streets..
Party here until dawn or when everyone has had enough,
crawl back to their beds to recover for the coming day and night!
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