Dancing and nightclubs, Lisbon
i recommend Lisbon, Portugal if you're planning to have a party. i enjoy 4 days your in the city and introducing the night life party at night. i love the place and the scenery. I love taking photos of the event every night. I enjoy and relax every sec i stayed in Lisbon. Awesome :D
In the heart of Lisbon you can find this medieval themed tavern.
Once you enter the door, there is no "outside world" anymore! The music takes you back to Ireland, the clothes are all from some medieval movie and everything in there is well decoretared.
Ask for your beer on a horn! You'll feel like a king celebrating your victories!
The place can be packed sometimes, but it's really worth the visit!
Lisbon don't have that much pubs as usually other capital cities do.
Still, this one is great and you feel really good in there.
It's quite small, but has 3 floors. There is a good variety of choice when it comes to beers. If you want to try some whine this pub also has some choices, and of course, cocktails.
You also have a food menu, with some different types of hamburguers, sandwiches, mushroows, cheese.
All in all, I really like to go there at the end of a hard day of work and relax to the sound of some 90's!
This was my favourite disco for many years exactly cause its very versatile and its frequented by all kind of people. The kind of music that passes here is house music. Its all decored in 70's stylle also with a nice esplanade infront of the River. At tuesdays they have the ladies night (women only pay 5 euros or nothing) and drink all night for free and there is masculine and\or mist strip, at fridays and saturdays they usually put dancers around the disco. During the rest week there are many kind of parties.
at 4ª and 5ª opens: 23:30h Closes: 05\06:00h
at 3ª, 6ª and Saturdays opens:23:30 Closes: 7:00\8:00
They can ask u from 1000-10000 Esc (once again if they dont like u)
average age 25 – 30
Dress Code: Selective
Kubo is a wonderful place to go. Open only in summer (closes at the end of Setember) in the area of Santos (between downtown and Belém district) it is an open esplanade over the river with confortable white beds, nice decoration and good music. It normally opens in the end of the afternoon and closes at 4AM. They also serve light meals. Don't forget to bring something warm because at night it can be a bit colder.
Dress Code: They select people that enter after 23h. Normally tourists don't have a problem entering.
very swish style bar upstairs, come 1.30am the club section below opens up, would check the lux website to see who is playing as i was lucky enough to see boys noize, tremendous night, great club.
reasonably priced both entry and drinks wise.
Dress Code: didn't seem to be too strict a dress code the night i was there, perhaps in light of the dj who was on who attracts a young student type crowd in the main.
I like this bar\disco a lot because it has good atmosphere, and a very nice view to the River.
The deco its from 60\70 years. It has very good DJs often and the music goes from House, Easy-Listenning, Breakbeast, Soul, Funk to Dance Music.
Opens: 18:00h Closes: 06:00h
Works from: 3ª to Sunday
They can ask u till 2000 €.. (if they really dont want u in they might ask u that price), but in average the price goes from 10 to 25€ per person here.
The price in Portuguese discos depends on the dailly mood of the door worker, on the way you look and of course in your gender.
Average age: 22-32
Dress Code: People have to be good looking overall, u can have ur own stylle that would be most apprciated in this disco, but dont try to go there with white tennis for example. (tennis aint welcome in most of discos)
This superclub was once ranked as the best club in Europe for house music, and featured in DJ magazine's list of the top 10 European clubs. Today it is notorious for its Ecstasy-entranced clientele and known as the venue in the city that attracts the most varied crowd (yuppies, call girls, gays, straights, and models all mingle together). The music is deep house and the décor has a bizarre oriental theme
Partly owned by Hollywood actor John Malkovich, this is Lisbon's hippest club and one of Europe's most fashionable, having attracted visiting stars like Cameron Diaz and Prince. It couldn't be a more stylish, with a spacious interior decorated with funky and retro furniture. Top DJs spin cutting-edge music downstairs in a frenzied dance floor, while the top floor has a more relaxed vibe with an alternative soundtrack. A balcony running around the building overlooks the river, while a breezy rooftop terrace is a great place to watch the sun rise early in the morning. This is THE place to spend the night in Lisbon.
in the past was a monastery for the benedictine monks.today it is a place that you can enjoy live music,excellent dj`s,special lighting effects,excellent buffets for snacks,desserts and drinks.totally secured with two floors,with the second overlloking the ground floor through large windows covered half by thick see through glass.you can dance,listen to music,eat light,drink,enjoy walking around,meet people,breath fresh air(yes the climatic or aircondition works unlike other places) and be provided at the end with taxi immediatelly.a night to remember!
Dress Code: the dress code is elegant.they informed us upfront that there is no casual dress.everyone must look like a prince or princess!!!!the service is for prince and princess also!!
This is the most new yorker kinda of club in Lisbon! It's also quite fashion with people usually under 30 wearing mostly city fashion. You can get in without wearing a suit or shiny shoes... it's the place most people go to after spening some hours at Bairro Alto.
The sounds is usually house, but deeper in the night, an underground floor opens for some harder music!
The club is large, with a roof where you can get some fresh air and look at the river! The doorman is a bit random.. sometimes he allows you to get in, sometimes he doesn't. But I think large groups are more easily denied... or a group of 3-4 guys.
I already get in alone once.
Dress Code: Standard city fashion or your fashionable jeans.
This is one of the best clubs in Lisbon. It's a large and very beautiful place with 2 dance floors, one of them is small but the other is huge with very tall statues on both walls. It has been a cult for decades for ravers and people who like to have fun "by any means". There are two kinds of people inside, the ones who really know how to party and the ones who want trouble. You really just have to be careful when you exit this club at closing time. Most people that go there to have fun are very open minded and you shouldn't go there if you don't like being in a heavy party ambience.
This club closes at 7 during the week and at 8 on weekends. You can pay almost anything to get in but if you go there early (1 o'clock) you might not even pay anything.
Dress Code: Smart casual nightlife dressing.
Lisbon's trendiest club is Lux. One of the owners is American actor John Malkovich, so it is rather famous and a little hard to get into. It has been ranked Europe's top club, so consider yourself lucky if you can get in. My advice is to try to get in before 2:30AM when the place is still empty. Yes, the crowds only show up past 3:30 or 4AM (when everything in Bairro Alto closes) and it stays open until past 8AM.
If for some reason they don't like your looks, they won't tell you you can't get in, but will ask you for an insane amount of money. I once saw them tell a group of guys it's 180 euros to get in! But don't worry, it's only 12! When you pay those 12 euros you can then get 12 euros worth of drinks at the bars. There are 2 dance floors (the one downtairs gets a crazier crowd), and a chill-out/loungy terrace with great views of Lisbon, the river, the flood-lit dome of the National Pantheon... Have a drink and relax as the sun rises over the ocean-like Tagus River.
The decor is stylish retro cool with funky design furniture and the music is mostly electronica/house.
I went there several times and sometimes it was spectacular, other times just OK. It depends on the DJ or event that night. But overall, I'd strongly recommend it.
Dress Code: They let in plain looking people, but those are the ones who know the doormen! As a first time visitor, you increase your chances of getting in if you appear stylish/trendy.
This nightclub is one of my favourites in Lisbon it's located in a cavernous, industrial-looking building near the Tagus and it's larger than any of its nearby competitors. The sophisticated sound system floods the enormous dance floor with late-breaking music. Most of the crowd is male and under 35. The ambience is awesome and the decoration outstanding. It's open Monday through Saturday from 11pm till 6am.
Dress Code: In this club you need to be well dressed to enter.
It's not easy to get in. The doorman looks at the people and then he decides... The place has a nice decoration at least.
The music is mainly dance music with some latin mixture.
Open til 6 am
Dress Code: Be friend of the doorman!!