Nightlife in Montenegro – The Best Bars and Clubs

  • By Luštica Bay
  • 16 Mar, 2015
With the summer season fast approaching, the days elongating and temperatures escalating, Montenegrins are emerging from hibernation and are getting ready to kick the party season off – in a way only they know how.

Nightlife in Montenegro comes in all shapes and sizes. From open-air clubs and atmospheric bars with live music, to wild, all-night parties on the beach. There’s something for everyone here in Montenegro.

Here are our must-visit spots for those looking for a series of memorable nights.

Maximus, Old Town Kotor

This is the largest club on the Adriatic and is home to the Refresh Festival. A night out at Maximus is a must for party-goers seeking a slice of electro paradise.

The Old Winery, Kotor

To sample some of Montenegro’s finest wines in the historic and picturesque Kotor Old Town, head to the Old Winery. Also worth noting is that on alternate evenings, the venue hosts local bands.

Hard Rock Café, Podgorica

The latest addition to the Hard Rock Café franchise opened in Montenegro’s capital last month and it is already popular with locals. Here you’ll find a VIP lounge, Rock Shop and regular live music.

Bar Skaline, Podgorica

This open-air bar makes the most of Montenegro’s warm summer nights. The bar sits right on the River Moraca and has a beach-bar feel to it, despite its location in the city.

Almara Beach Club, Luštica Bay

Spend the day lounging in the Almara Beach Club resort’s cabanas and swim in the azure waters of the Adriatic that surround it. In the evening, listen to world-class DJs who frequent the Almara each summer season.

Top Hill, Budva

This popular haunt is only open in the summer months but is one of the best open-air clubs in the region with some of Europe’s top DJs gracing the decks.

Casper, Budva

During the hottest months of the year, this tiny bar transforms when its luscious garden opens and it begins to host live jazz performances. This must be added to anyone’s list visiting the region.

If you’re looking for where to stay in Montenegro, read our post  here  on the best hotels in the region.
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