Get the new year off to a boisterous start at our favourite night spots in Budapest.
Established inside the versatile building of the Museum of Electrical Engineering, MADAM seduces party-goers with velvet curtains, pulsating beats, sensual neon lights, a first-class sound system, and an exquisite cocktail menu, ensuring that you leave with the sweet, lipstick-stained memory of an unforgettable night. Specializing in R’n’B and hip hop music, the Kazinczy Street dance venue is open only on the weekends between 10 PM and 5 AM.
1075 Budapest, Kazinczy utca 21.
Located inside the Fröccsterasz entertainment complex, close to Deák Ferenc Square, Terminal is one of the coolest music clubs in the city, renowned for its diverse line-up of performers, music styles, and liquors, including wine cocktails, long drinks, and more than a dozen gins. Spectacular light effects, thematic parties, and a well put-together menu featuring snacks, burgers, and pizzas help make Terminal an indispensable venue in the Budapest nightlife scene. Open from 5 PM.
1051 Budapest, Erzsébet tér 11.
They say that time flies when you’re having fun. That explains why it seems as if it was just yesterday when Instant first opened its doors – when in reality, Akácfa utca’s world-renowned ruin bar complex has been operating for close to 15 years now! Downtown’s magical party labyrinth awaits you with 7 separate dancefloors, 18 bars, countless music styles, a unique atmosphere, and the promise of a memorable night-out every day of the week from 6 in the afternoon until 6 in the morning.
1073 Budapest, Akácfa utca 49-51.
Overlooking the Széchenyi Chain Bridge and the Buda Castle, Bacardi Original Bar, or BoB, lives up to its first-rate surroundings with professional mixologists, an extensive selection of top-shelf drinks, beautiful interiors, and the greatest R’n’B, hip hop, latin, and rap anthems in the city. Styling itself as a street bar, BoB combines the expectations of the young and the gray-headed with a Cuban ambience, reimagining what a party place should feel like every night from Wednesday to Saturday.
1051 Budapest, Széchenyi tér 7-8.