European Clubbing Hotspots

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	Sol, Madrid

Sol, Madrid

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Mar 22, 2013 —  Most clubbers don’t realize it, but the modern club scene traces back to wartime Europe when anti-Vichy zazous and anti-Nazi “swing kids” unified underground rebels in France and Germany through dance. These days, Europe continues to celebrate freedom with some of the wildest, most bustling clubbing hotspots in the world.

In London’s clubbing neighborhood of Mayfair, uninhibited royals mingle with models beneath LED chandeliers as headlining EDM icons like Calvin Harris keep the crowd dancing until daybreak. Across the Channel in Paris, the Champs-Élysées brings out the city’s socialites for exclusive boutique clubs and luxurious lounges. And for night owls who want to check out the dance floors at a long list of favorites, Rome’s clubbing district in Testaccio features some of the best spots in the city conveniently located along one street.

From celebrity-owned lounges to legendary dens of debauchery, Europe continues to set the nightlife standard. So get ready to celebrate freedom until dawn by going all out at these top-shelf clubbing hotspots in Europe.

  • Testaccio

    Rome

    Testaccio, Rome.
  • Champs-Élysées - 8eme

    Paris

    Champs-Élysées - 8eme, Paris.
  • Sol (El Centro)

    Madrid

    Sol (El Centro), Madrid.
  • Mayfair / Knightsbridge

    London

    Mayfair / Knightsbridge, London.
  • Las Ramblas

    Barcelona

    Las Ramblas, Barcelona.
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