London: Nightlife

Some people go on vacation just to relax, some people explore new cities, others just want to have fun and are interested in the nightlife of the city they are visiting. According to's ranking of the most active cities in nightlife, London ranked first, Berlin ranked second, Newcastle ranked third, Dublin ranked fourth, and Amsterdam ranked fifth.

With one of the most vibrant and diverse club scenes in the world, London's nightlife is extraordinary. Clubs such as Fabric, Ministry of Sound and Cargo are the largest and most well-known gathering places. Although Londoners are polite and serious during the day, they know how to have fun at night. Regardless of your preferences, London has many options.

The West End is home to numerous bars, clubs and restaurants, while Soho is one of the trendiest drinks. The Notting Hill and Portobello Road areas attract many of today's visitors, especially those who are willing to play with the locals. The Camden, Clapham and Brixton areas highlight some of the great bars and bars that have their own unique flavors.

Here are the top ten clubs in London, you should definitely go:

1. cloth

2. cable

3. goods

4. Dalston Superstore

5. Corsica Studio

6. Plastic man

7. Sound department

8. attic

9. fall

10. Paramount Bar

is probably the most popular club in London, not only the preferred destination for locals, but also club members from all over the world who are looking for fun. Some people have a global reputation for music (from Drum & Bass and Dubstep to House, Techno and Progressive's electronic music) and their outstanding DJ.

The admission fees for these clubs may seem a bit expensive for some people, but the atmosphere here may not be comparable to your previous club experience. Admission fees start at 3 pounds and the clubs can be up to 20 pounds. Of course, you must have at least 18 years to enter the club. Please note that after you decide which club to go to, you should check if the bus in the area is running at night. This saves money for the taxi back, which is not cheap in London.

Those who are looking for a quieter place where they can drink and talk, should go to one of the many English bars scattered throughout the city, they can taste a variety of fine beer, cider Or whiskey.

On the other hand, if you like a great performance, you can go to the Lyceum Theatre or the Queen's Theatre to enjoy the musical. There are many avant-garde theatres outside the West End, and young professionals and amateur actors can play a variety of theatres, from classical theatre to musicals. Other non-commercial theatres include the famous National Theatre, the Royal Shakespeare Company (RCS), Shakespeare's Globe Theatre and Old Vic.

Culture lovers can enjoy the night at Covent Garden, watch the Royal Opera House or the Royal Ballet, and enjoy classical music lovers to the Albert Hall.