Nice is not only a sought-after destination for the rich and beautiful. In the capital on the Côte d'Azur, guests can also benefit from an extensive and unforgettable nightlife. At any time of the year, there are various venues that are worth a visit - but where is what music played?

The nightlife in Nice has something to offer for every taste

Nice is known for its culture, friendly people and many culinary delights. However, those who want to get to know Nice from its best side not only during the day, use a party and pub crawl in nice to enjoy the life of the night. Here, vacationers and guests can choose exactly to which style of music they would like to dance the night away.

High Club

At 45 Prom. des Anglais, the High Club is open on weekends from just before 12. If the gates open, guests can finally conquer the dance floors here to the sounds of EDM and hip hop. However, the club is very much in demand and therefore always well attended. Especially the reggaeton night, which attracts visitors every Friday, has it mighty.

Bulldog Pompei

The Bulldog Pompei is located at 16 Rue de l'Abbaye and lets various musical sounds resound from Tuesdays to Saturdays. In addition to live music, guests can expect the best rock and jazz music. Dance until dawn, socialize and sing - you only live once, after all.

Opera Club

From Monday to Saturday, the Opera Club is open at 2 Rue de la Préfecture. The club is not very big, but it is well-known in the city. Every weekend famous DJs from all over Europe perform here. In addition to hits that are currently conquering the charts, guests can also occasionally look forward to special sessions from the 80s or 90s.

Le Glam

The LGBTQ+ community in particular enjoys weekend parties at Le Glam, located at 6 Rue Eugène Emanuel. Not only is music played here, but live performances are also regularly scheduled. For even more variety, there are also occasional karaoke nights, fashion sessions and drag queens that add a certain charm to the club.

Club Le Six

Open Tuesdays through Saturdays, the legendary Le Six is located at 6 Rue Raoul Bosio. Not only delicious cocktails await in the gay-friendly premises, but also plenty of partying. Here, renowned DJs spin and fill the dance floors with sounds in the 80s and 90s range, as well as playing current disco music.

La Havane

For a trip to Cuba, La Havane at 32 Rue de France is well known. Here guests can dance to the sounds of salsa and occasionally enjoy live Cuban music. The atmosphere is atmospheric, the music lively and characterized by Latin American rhythms - an exceptional experience, but one that tends to attract more mature guests. Tip: A reservation is always good to gain admission at Le Havane.