Budapest has a vibrant nightlife with many clubs and discos all over the city. There are a few hotspots for party and nightlife activities such as the “Party Island” or of course the city center. You also can find a lot of spots with bars and cafes where you can spend the night and go out to dance and drink such as Liszt Ferenc Square, Király street or Raday street to only name a few.
Over the years that I live in Budapest I visited many clubs and bars that I have afterwards written my experience about so that you have an idea what these place are about and what to expect when going there. Of course this is just my opinion and you might have a different idea of how to party but in all reviews I have written, no matter if I liked the club or not, also about the place, the people and the atmosphere so that you can decide to go there or not.
See this as your guide to the best clubs in Budapest and a great nightlife experience. Find the best clubs in town and also check out places to avoid. You can find here all styles of music from normal club music to hip hop, jazz or other clubs. Check it out. If you cannot decide in which club in Budapest to go just let me know, I am happy to help.
Which is the best Club in Budapest?
I get this question fairly often via email or on my Facebook page from people around the world asking me where they should go out to have a great party. There is no correct answer as it all depends on your style of music and way of partying through the night. Therefore I have collected my top 10 clubs in Budapest that I have visited in order to give you an idea where to go to and as a page to start your research at. Of course I can also give you personal recommendations I you let me know what you like.
There are very trendy clubs which started more like an underground or insider club such as at the moment UriMuri or Hello Baby. Also you can find all time classics that are around since years such as Holdudvar or Minyon.
How long are clubs open in Budapest?
This very much depends on the club and the concession they have. Most clubs though are open on weekends until 4 or 5 in the morning. However there are many places where you can go afterwards such as the famous Bar Piaf on Nagymező Street which just than really starts the party. Regular bars without option to dance are usually closing at 1 or 2 as this is the time when people move to the clubs to dance and party on.
As in most cities over the world Friday and Saturday are the best days to party however there is some nightlife any day of the week somewhere.