10 years in the centar of the city, representing every bit of alternative culture from live concerts, jam sessions, poem readings, dj sets and many more. This place has always made me smile and I'll keep coming back. :)
Very new and very trendy, it's nicely located in the centre of the town. It boasts a superb menu that will have you shrieking "screw Britain" for the way you realize you don't have to be there to eat your pub favourites.
Dress Code: Open 09:00 - 23:00
Club InBar and club Roko are near Sava. Inbar is a small place, but usually with a huge crowd, mainly on weekends, music is intoxicating, they usually play english songs, Club Roko on the other hand often play Croatian songs, a big place though, and a larger crowd indeed.....
Another hidden gem for alternative people: GK Jabuka (jabuka=apple). A club that's been running for longer than anyone can remember. A small place that's always packed, laid back and fun. Luna Park is on Fridays and Night of Faith and Devotion on Saturdays. And as you could probably guess from the names of these nights- it's mostly 80's-90's music ranging from Blondie to Sisters of Mercy. There are various "tribute" nights as well.
One of the most visited destination for nightlife is defintely Jarun lake, especially during the summer. There are Pirana, Macao, Gallery and some more...all kinds of music are available there and during the weekends places are crowded.
Every club have also some programe during the week.
Acquarius is very famous discoteque which was place of so many famous DJs so...do you need anything else...
As for the type of people who are going there...well...most peopleare in their 20ese...from 21-29, but as I told you, it much depends on a club and the day...weekends are more crowded with 25 years old and lower...
As for Gallery...be aware that entering there might be a big problem becuase they almost exclusively speak about "reservations" so...it's very likely you won't get in...if you're a foreigner...you may try your luck...anyway...there arealso other clubs in case you won't get in ...
Dress Code: Generally you can wear whatever you want, but some of the clubs can make you problems if you wear sneakers, so if you want to be sure...try some other type of shoes
The most popular night club in Zagreb. Around the midnight, there is a big line of people who want to enter the club. Music is various and also the programs which are different each day-from r'n'b program, house to the "Business Class" program (after work party). Entrance is about 4-5 Euro (20-30 Croatian kuna). If you want to book a table, you need to have a reservation and order drink (which value must be over 600 kuna- about 83 Euro). At about 1 am, the club is totally full and that can be very frustrating because you can't move anymore.
This club is famous cause of Sebian folk music. Two years ago was a shooting so you never know what you can expect there. Prices are quite high. I don't like that kind of music, I don't like that club. I was once there and hope never again! Other famous folk clubs in Zagreb are Pasha and Ludnica (I don't like them also and the situation is the same like in Fontana-the same people, the same atmosphere). 4th of July 2007; new explosion happened in the club.
Dress Code: Ladies-short dresses, very tight tops, hills, everything shiny
Men-skirts, jeans, shoes
Famous club in Zagreb where you can enjoy in house music. It's a place where you can meet Croatian models, football players and other famous Croatian persons. Prices are higher than in other clubs. To enter the club you need to have an invitation or you could call the club to book your table. Club is great decorated and it is not too crowded (like the Piranha bar). I don't have any photos from the club but you can check picture gallery on their web site.
Dress Code: Dress to impress.
At the recommendation of a bar maid from a bar in the town we headed to a club called Papaya. The music was good, the dancefloor was full and the bar staff performed tricks that Tom Cruise in Cocktail would have been proud of.
Dress Code: No dress code. 20kuna entry on Saturday night
On the entrance is normal bar. Stairways lead to the "basement" of "Funk club" which is a place with DJ, people are dancing, sitting and drinking. Club is very small but sometimes can be good program and good music!
Dress Code: As you wish!
Jarun is full of pretty high-priced, fancy nightclubs where the upper class usually hangs out. Expect expensive drinks and atmosphere mostly in african style. For some reason, they all tend to copy each other
Dress Code: nothing special, just shoes are required, you could get in problems if you try with sneakers
In the last few years the lake Jarun has become a hot spot for nightlife in Zagreb. While there's more of the live music in the centre, there's a constantly growing number of night clubs, discos and bars at the lake, Piranha, Baobab and Aquarius being the most popular. They're open usually from 10 pm to 4 am, but people only start arriving after midnight. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays are the best days to go out, whereas it could be quite empty for the rest of the week.
Dress Code: You'll probably notice people like to dress up for such places, although I can't really see why. I don't think there is an official dress code, although you'd probably have to dress up a bit as well, at least some jeans and probably no trainers.
At summer, most of people in Zagreb go out at Jarun lake,around which there are many nightclubs,cocktail bars...It's always crowded wherever you go. Most of the people choose Baobab; it's one of the fanciest places to go. Music is mostly r'n'b and house, drink is pretty expensive, but the entrance is free. Nevertheless, it's a good place for dancing and fun.
Dress Code: Dress to be seen and to impress.
Croat techno club in an underground basement ,big lads with bimbo girlfriends and some shady characters but plenty of Karlovachko and the guaruntee of being the only foreigners in there.
Had a right laugh in here.
Dress Code: No
Its right on the Jelacic central city square, its quite spacy, has nice furniture where you can just lay down and relax, large chairs and couches, all kinda Thai style. Its a lounge, that says it all. Its got a variety of Cocktails and very nice coffee if you want to go there in the morning. On the little picture you can see where this place is located. Check out the skyscraper, walk to it and you will see Tantra!
Dress Code: No sneakers!