Trocadero (Mediteranska 4, Budva) – located within a former movie theater in Budva, this is one of the largest nightclubs not only in Montenegro, but anywhere in the former Yugoslavia. Because of its size, it holds various musical events featuring both local and international artists.
Torine (29 Alekse Šantića, Boreti) – located near Bečići Beach, this is a popular venue with the local college-age crowd, who used this nightspot to unwind after a day at the beach. The interior stands out because it is rustic and resembles a peasant cottage (complete with wooden stools & chairs (some covered with fur).
Top Hill (Toplinski Put B.B., 85312 Budva) – this open air venue is one of the most popular in Montenegro, attracting a variety of international House music DJs (such as Fedde Legrand, Roger Sanchez, Chuckie, and Kurd Maverick), as well as local pop singers. Top Hill is more a concert venue than a nightclub – reminiscent of “Manumission” nightclub in Ibiza (which can hold 10,000 people). Top Hill also won an accolade from an unlikely source: Monaco International Clubbing Show (MICS), which declared “Top Hill” the best night club in 2012.
Titograd (Njegoševa 41, Podgorica) – this is a bar that pokes fun at the country’s Communist era, when this city was named “Titograd” (after Marshall Tito, who once ruled over Yugoslavia). This explains some of the memorabilia at this bar: Zastava cars and bulldozers, old TG car license plates with red stars, and photos of Titograd during the 1950s. Along with the drinks, there is occasional live local entertainment.
Titograd (Njegoševa 41, Podgorica): este es un bar que se burla de la era comunista del país, cuando esta ciudad se llamaba “Titograd” (en honor a Marshall Tito, que una vez gobernó Yugoslavia). Esto explica algunos de los recuerdos en este bar: automóviles y excavadoras Zastava, placas de automóviles TG viejas con estrellas rojas y fotos de Titograd durante la década de 1950. Junto con las bebidas, hay ocasionales espectáculos locales en vivo.
Sparta Club (Mediteranska bb, Budva) – Sparta is one of Budva’s trendier nightspots (playing a mix of electronic dance music, R&B/Soul, Hip Hop and other types of music). It typically attracts a free-spending crowd of 20-something year olds aiming to bring the spirit of Ibiza and Mykonos to this part of Montenegro. This has become a “must see” place for younger tourists passing through Budva.
Soul II Soul (Njegoševa 34, Podgorica) – a wannabee beach bar (in a landlocked city) this has been a favored hangout spot with locals for years (especially those who want to lounge at its terrace). Much electronic and House music is played here (appealing naturally to the 20-something crowd). This venue regularly books local DJs during the weekends.
Montanaro Jazz Club (Hercegovacka85, Podgorica) – this is one of the capital’s local nightspots. This venue attracts jazz musicians from both Montenegro as well as nearby countries like Serbia. The club occasionally organizes local events that promote jazz music in the country.
Maximus (Trg od Oruzja, Kotor) — one of the most attractive clubs in Montenegro, Maximus is equipped with everything you could possibly need to turn a good night out into a great one. With capacity for over 4,000 people, this club regularly hosts big name DJing events and pop concerts. International House music DJs that has appeared there include David Guetta, Benny Benassi, David Morales, Milk & Sugar, Axwell, and Bob Sinclar. Maximus also hosts the “Refresh Electronic Music Summer Festival”.
Madness (Hercegovacka 50, Podgorica) – this venue is a pleasant surprise, for international party goers who happen to be visiting the capital of Montenegro. Open from Wednesday to Saturday, this club (which has a sophisticated interior design & artwork) makes an effort to book dance music DJs on a regular basis. It usually attracts the local college crowd.