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Dancing Venues in Zurich, Switzerland

Sunday, October 31st, 2010

Zurich, Switzerland has an incredible amount of nightclubs for a night out dancing. Thanks to the city’s relaxed licensing laws, clubs stay open until the early hours of the morning. If you’re into Latin rythms, many clubs in Zurich have regular salsa and Latin nights. Dress up when going out dancing in Zurich, especially when visiting the top-end clubs, and expect to pay top prices for drinks.

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Kaufleuten (Pelikanstrasse 18, Kreis 1) is one of Zurich’s most famous clubs: trendy and upscale and popular with celebrities and celeb-spotters. You’ll need to dress up to come here. As well as live music, Kaufleuten offers regular salsa and Latin nights, and the Mezzanotte nights are dance nights for over 30’s.

Q Zurich (Förrlibuckstrasse 151) has several dance floors and regular club nights from house to hip hop nights, with international and local dj’s.

Adagio (Gotthardstrasse 5, Kreis 2) plays hits from the 1970’s to the 90’s and often has special events including ladies’ nights and singles’ events.

Oxa Dance Hall (Andreastrasse 70, Oerlikon, Kreis 1) attracts a young crowd with dj’s playing house, trance, techno and electro.

Besame Mucho (Pfingstweidstrasse 6, Kreis 5) is for reggae, raga, dancehall and hiphop, and also Latin rythms.

Saint Germain (Bahnhofstrasse 66, Kreis 1) has live music and is a place to go dancing but dress up, this is a top-end nightclub.

If you like salsa, try the Saturday salsa nights in Bohemia (Klosbachstrasse 2, Kreis 7). Check out also the and websites for salsa classes, events and club nights.

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Satu was born in Finland, but moved to London in 1996 and lived there for 10 years working as a journalist. She has spent the last couple of years mostly in India, practicing yoga and travelling.

3 responses to “Dancing Venues in Zurich, Switzerland”

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  1. Anna Baroni says via Facebook:
    October 31st, 2010 at 19:46


  2. Mariana says:
    October 31st, 2010 at 20:03

    Wow, great tips! I love dancing! If I go to Zurich next time I’ll look for those places! Thanks.

  3. Mariana Ribeiro says via Facebook:
    November 1st, 2010 at 02:37

    I’m in!

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