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Budapest nightclubs & dance clubs

B Seven: fashionable Budapest disco club on Nagymező utca 46-48. Dance club with pop, R&B and other charts music on the menu and relatively young crowd. B 7 is typically a place to see and be seen; the girls are dressed to kill and it can be a feast to observe the eye candy on the dance floor.
Dokk Club: Dokk Club is located at Hajógyári sziget, the largest Budapest island in the Danube. This energetic dance club is supposed to feature the hottest local ladies and sexiest Go-Go dancers in town. Besides the visual assets Dokk Club also offers line-ups of interesting resident and foreign guest DJ’s.
Corvinteto: Budapest dance club with a genuine underground look and feel, despite its location on the rooftop of one of the city’s highest buildings, the Corvin Department Store, a depressive, soviet-style building at the Blaha Lujza metro station (Blaha Lujza tér 1-2). In late spring and summer when the spacious rooftop is open – depending on the weather circumstances - you can enjoy a tremendous panoramic view over Budapest before you indulge yourself in the wild party scene, just one floor lower.
A38 Ship: cool concert venue and restaurant on the Buda side of the Danube, near the Petofi Bridge (XI. Pázmány Péter sétány).  A38 Ship is housed in a former Ukrainian stone-carrier ship, built in 1938. On its upper decks you will find fashionable bars and a fancy restaurant offering a marvellous view of the Danube. The acoustics and sound system in A38 Ship is supposed to be the best in the country, attracting the best national and international acts, no matter it is about jazz, rock, hip hop, world music or electronic dance.
Romkert: popular open air disco club, located at the foot of the Gellért Hill in Buda (on the side of the Erzsébet Bridge). The musical menu in Romkert is very diverse with a mix of house, RnB and even rock.  Although Ronkert is definitely not the cheapest club in town it manages to attract a vast amount of Budapest students and tourists looking for a night of unpretentious fun.