Clubs

Best Clubs in Milan

Introduction

Milan is widely known for its lively nightlife with dance scenes in trendy clubs. So, anyone looking for a party spot will be spoilt for choice here. While the predominant music genres are Latin, dance and rock music, the city has clubs that play all music tastes. Check out below what the best clubs offer;

4. Best clubs in Milan

1. Gattopardo

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Welcome to the club where great music is cherished. Sited in an old church that was abandoned in the 1970s this club resurrected in the year 2001 to become an embodiment of how Italian imagination plays out. The club features magical walls, marble columns and a beautiful dome that effectively gives it the appearance of an incredible music temple. If you would like to sample its offering, make sure you arrive there early to ensure to gain access to the club; it is so locals, especially Cattolica students, throng it.

2. Alcatraz

Situated in an old warehouse, Alcatraz is currently one of the most popular and largest clubs in Milan. It features a beautiful sound system with great acoustics. On weekdays, the venue hosts music events like live performances from celebrated artists like Twenty One Pilots, Justine Bieber and Adele. During weekends, Alcatraz transforms into a favourite discotheque where students, locals and tourists dance through the night. The club even has three rooms each of which has a DJ who plays different music genre ensuring you get your preferred music.

3. Just Cavalli

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Opened in 2009, the Restaurant has over the years gone through many transformations resulting in a trendy spot that keeps design and fashion at its forefront. The restaurant looks stunning from the inside; the glass walls and chamfered mirrors deliver a stylish and eye-catching theme. Animal prints combined with plush seating arrangements, polished, black-lacquered finishes and crisp tablecloths complete a what is otherwise a picturesque interior appearance. During summer, the venue expands thanks to 2500 m of terraces and lush-green garden that gives life to the city’s most exclusive aperitifs.

4. Santa Tecla

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This club, situated just a few meters from Duomo, is located on one end of the busy Via Santa Tecla. Famous in the 1950s for jazz this quiet venue is nestled in a traditional-style apartment and features allergy-free rooms, a restaurant and easy access to, Albricci Da Cannobio stop, Palazzo Reale and Castello Sforzesco. A railway station is also a short distance away. Rooms additionally have all the modern amenities; free Wi-Fi, dedicated climate control, Television, laptop-compatible safe and dressing sections for a cosy stay in Milan.

Conclusion

Milan is known internationally for its dynamism and endless music choices. Understandably, therefore, the variety of clubs is wide. Venues range from clubs where you can dance away the night
till dawn to quiet Milanese Apertivo where you can spend quality time after a busy day of sightseeing. Some clubs have walls that tell tales of times past allowing you to learn valuable lessons from hitherto fashion. So, if you are a fan of bustling nightlife choose, from the above list, a spot with your favourite genre of music and listen to some of the famous international DJs bring out their best.