Clubbing in Tallinn
Start off your evening in Tallinn with a really good glass of wine at Gloria, the largest wine cellar in the Nordic region – or why not try a delicious cocktail or two at one of the capital’s trendy bars?
If you’re a keen clubber – and Tallinn’s club scene is definitely worth the trip – things only start to get going around midnight. Not many people know that Tallinn is a cutting-edge club city, where the hottest house artists often choose to launch or close their tours. Keep an eye on the clubs’ websites to see what events, DJs, and artists are coming up. The biggest and hottest clubs are within easy walking distance of one another in the heart of the Old Town.
But if you only go to one place, then it has to be Klubi Teater. Step into a magical fairytale world and enjoy luxury cocktails, surprise performances, and world-class DJs. An unforgettable night awaits!
Five party hotspots in Tallinn
If you like your cocktails, then a visit to Butterfly Lounge, Estonia’s largest cocktail bar, is a must! The bar was opened by Estonia’s two best bartenders, and the luxury cocktails they have created have won over 50 awards around the world. They also serve good food until late at night and feature performances from a range of artists, dancers, and DJs.
A club like no other, thanks as much to its interior as to the wide variety of entertainment it offers, with artists, dance groups, DJs, and bands. The interior is a fabulous combination of historical glamor (with original features from 1926) and a modern club feel. Open Fri–Sat, midnight to 5am. Entrance: €8
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Housed in an old fire station dating from 1972 – now converted into a glamorous nightclub – is one of the hottest clubs in the country right now. Check out the website to see what events are on, because the theme nights here come thick and fast. Drinks cost €4–6. Open 11pm to 4am (5am on Saturdays). Minimum age: 21.
Don’t miss Club Hollywood, one of the city’s most popular nightclubs, located in an impressive building at the heart of the Old Town. A gigantic watering hole with room for up to 1,500 clubbers. Featuring not only the country’s top DJs, but international stars too. Open Wed–Sat, 11pm to 5am.
Low-budget trip this time around? Then make the most of the terrific-value drinks at the party paradise, Club Münth. You won’t find anywhere cheaper, and maybe nowhere more fun either. The bar’s top drinks only cost one euro all night. The word “münth” refers to the mint in the mojitos and is also the Estonian word for coin.
Published: December 8, 2015
Last edited: January 17, 2017