In the summer, Meccano is open air and it is crazy, with beautiful male and female dancers.
There are several rooms which offer different types of music from house, dance and r&B
Dress Code: no sneakers and dress cool like the Italians!!
Located in the western edge of the city along the Arno is Florence's largest and most renowned disco. Meccano has both outdoor and indoor dance areas playing pretty much top 40 and Euro Pop hits. Go with a large group of friends. Mostly a younger crowd, though old folks like me feel comfortable as well.
I like that you're able to pay for your drinks with a token, then turn in your token at the end of the night to pay before when you leave. It's was nice that you don't have to whip out your cash every time you want to pay for a drink.
Dress Code: No shorts and t-shirts, otherwise casual.
An indoor/outdoor club in the west of the city. I didn't really enjoy the music but probably different now. Bit like a cattle market, sleazy men who see women as objects. Had paid dancers which I liked. Club itself very nice, trees etc outside and nice bars.
Besides being rich in art and history, Florence offers numerous opportunities for entertainment, with many clubs and discotheques where one can dance to any type of music, or listen to groups playing live late into the night.