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Georgia’s Bassiani on the first place among world’s clubs
24 July, 2017
Georgia’s leading and one of the most distinguished underground clubs Bassiani has been given the first place among world’s top clubs by Hostelworld.com. It is noteworthy that Tbilisi’s major club has even surpassed world-renowned Berghain in berlin. In total the list includes 20 clubs of different countries and Tbilisi’s Bassiani occupies the leading position among them. Here is what the article says:

When it comes to partying while travelling, it’s not usually a good idea to just wing it. Anybody
who’s ever stood in an overpriced sweat box pumping out Rick Astley will know what we mean. To help you avoid the tourist traps, we asked electronic music gods Resident Advisor to put together a guide to the best nightclubs in the world.

From the beaches of Brazil to a boat in the heart of Paris, this is the ultimate bucket list for anybody serious about partying. But remember: no words can do these clubs justice, they have to be experienced to be fully understood. So if you needed a good excuse to book your next trip, this is it!

When it comes to partying while travelling, it’s not usually a good idea to just wing it. Anybody who’s ever stood in an overpriced sweat box pumping out Rick Astley will know what we mean. To help you avoid the tourist traps, we asked electronic music gods Resident Advisor to put together a guide to the best nightclubs in the world.

From the beaches of Brazil to a boat in the heart of Paris, this is the ultimate bucket list for anybody serious about partying. But remember: no words can do these clubs justice, they have to be experienced to be fully understood. So if you needed a good excuse to book your next trip, this is it!

1. Bassiani, Tbilisi
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Bassiani, the biggest techno club in Tbilisi, is a maze of poured concrete in the basement of Dinamo Arena, Georgia’s national football stadium. On Saturday mornings, once the sun is up, you can watch smoke drift across the pitch, rising upwards from the party downstairs, where as many as 1,200 people shuffle around an empty swimming pool.

Address: Tsereteli Street 2, Tbilisi, Georgia

2. Berghain/Panorama Bar, Berlin
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Sitting in a dusty lot on the border of Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain, Berghain is widely considered to be one of the world’s best nightclubs (and hardest to get into!). It has three dance floors: Berghain, a dark main room where most DJs play techno; Panorama Bar, an upstairs space dedicated to house music; and the all new ambient floor, Säule, on the ground floor, which opened this spring.

Address: 70 Am Wriezener Bahnhof, 10243 Berlin

3. Concrete, Paris
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No one group is singularly responsible for Paris’ clubbing renaissance that has occurred over the past couple of years, but a lot of the credit can go to Concrete, a boat docked on the Seine that throws some of the best parties you’ll find anywhere in the world. In March this year the club was granted a 24 hour license.

Address: 69 Port De La Rapée, 75012 Paris

4. DC10, Ibiza

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It’s no surprise that one of the best nightclubs in the world is located on the party mecca of Ibiza. DC10 is already etched firmly into the history books of dance music culture on the White Isle. This small farmhouse at the end of an airport runway in Ibiza has become one of the best known clubbing destinations on the planet, principally due to the hedonistic and no-holds-barred after-hours sessions of Monday daytime party Circo Loco.

Address: PM-802, Sant Josep de sa Talaia, Ibiza

5. De School, Amsterdam
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De School (you guessed it, it used to be a technical school) is more than a nightclub: it also has a concert venue, a restaurant, a café, an exhibition space AND a gym. Plus, it has a 24-hour licence and is open seven days a week. The nightclub has a capacity of 700 and is located down in the school’s former bicycle storage area.

Address: Doctor Jan van Breemenstraat 1, 1056 AB Amsterdam

Check out full list here

Related stories:

Techno Tourism: Tbilisi among Top 10 Rave Capitals You Need to Visit

Tbilisi, Georgia: No Longer Europe’s Best-Kept-Secret Destination – The Wall Street Journal

“Tbilisi’s underground music scene is “like Berlin in the 90s” – The Guardian

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