The Kaiko Club is a very neat and clean club to perfectly finish your day round Vienna. The club is connected to a second club nearby, so you can leave your coats in one, and pass on to the other. In the club you can get lots of delicious cocktails going from a simple Strawberry Daiquiri to far more complicated cocktails like a Bahama Mama. The bar can offer you an oriental waterpipe for about 10€. Since it's quite new, the prices are moderate but not too high to frighten, but not too low to let everyone in. Since the owners tend to keep their bar clean you can be sure not to be disturbed by any drunken bastard passing by.
Flex has a massive soundsystem - the best in town, maybe the best in continental Europe. And of course, a massive line-up as well: big names and local heroes, everybody plays this venue. You like dub, rock, punk, breakbeats, hiphop, pop, etc? This is your place in Vienna!
This club hosts big drum and bass nights as well as punk and rock concerts. The special thing about it is its remarkable history as it used to be a former slaughterhouse where free parties and festivals were held in the 70s. When the Viennese government tried to rebuild the site and turn it into offices, people occupied the sight for years and as a result it is now an official club with real ambience hosting some of Vienna’s best nights - even better than the famous Flex.
In the third district just a short walk from the U3 'Edberg' station
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