The best night clubs and Nightlife in Helsinki

Nightlife in Helsinki
Nightlife in Helsinki

Helsinki’s vibrant nightlife has something for everyone. From dance clubs and historic rock bars to LGBT clubs and discreet cafés, anyone can find a place in Helsinki to suit their tastes. These are some of the most popular bars, clubs and nightclubs in Helsinki for an unforgettable evening. Helsinki may seem a bit withdrawn at first. But it only takes one night in the city to prove that first impressions could not be more misleading. Helsinki nightlife somehow manages to be both great and incredibly rampant. While the bars border Kasarmikatu and Mannerheimintie, much of the city’s nightlife is centered in the west of the city, in Uudenmaankatu and its surroundings. Nearby, Eerikinkatu also has some of the most modern places in the city. Although it may not be as large as that of neighboring Stockholm or Copenhagen, western Helsinki also has a rapidly expanding gay scene. To the north of the city, the Kallio district houses several smaller bars and clubs in Helsinginkatu and Fleminginkatu, where an artistic and bohemian crowd dominates. Previously an area of ​​bad death, it becomes a little cooler and a little less rough with each passing year. On weekends, in particular, the city really begins, but most likely, no matter what night it is, the party is in full swing somewhere. For something a little less complete, Helsinki’s highly civilized coffee culture stretches languidly in Esplanadi Park.

 

The Top clubs Nightlife in Helsinki

Nightlife in Helsinki
Nightlife in Helsinki

1. Maxine: dance floor with an incredible view of Helsinki! Have a drink on Maxine’s heated terrace and enjoy a summer night in Helsinki. The club has a living room, a lounge and a Happy End karaoke room. Open: Friday – Sunday 10 pm – 4 am.

2. Milliklubi: the latest R&B and dance hits fill the dance floor. Bar specialties include blackjack tables and roulette for entertainment. Party every night from 10 p.m. at 4 a.m.! Open: every day from 10 p.m. at 4 a.m.

3. Skohan: Skohan, opened in 2017, is the latest addition to Helsinki nightlife. This large club for 1,000 partygoers has a heated terrace that is open all year. It is located in the heart of the city in front of the train station. Open: Wednesday to Saturday from 10 p.m. at 4 a.m.

4. Tavastia: the most legendary rock music club in Finland. Live concerts and popular disco on Saturdays. Open: Open on concert days from Sunday to Thursday from 8 pm to 1 am, Friday to Saturday from 8 pm to 4 am

5. Teatteri: Night Club Teatteri is one of the oldest restaurant nightclubs in Helsinki. On the ground floor there is a restaurant and a lounge-pub, upstairs a disco and a very popular VIP space. Club open: Thursday to Saturday from 10 p.m. at 4 a.m.

6. Apollo Live Club: Located in an old movie theater in the heart of the city, Apollo is a unique nightclub with live performances and karaoke in the basement on weekends. During the week nights, you can enjoy a variety of events, such as theatrical performances and comedies. Open: Friday – Saturday 10 pm – 4 am.

7. The Circus: open to the public mainly on weekends, this great nightclub offers club nights and live artists. For those who want to sing, The Circus features closed karaoke cubicles.

8. Club Capital: Enjoy EDM, hiphop and the latest hits at Club Capital, which has the biggest dance floor in Helsinki. You can reserve a table in advance if you prefer to sit and enjoy the vibes. Open: Friday – Saturday 10 pm – 4 am.

9. DTM: Dtm is the biggest gay nightclub in Scandinavia. They organize parties from club nights to drag shows. Frequented by local celebrities, straight couples and gays alike, this is one of the most popular places in the city for open-minded people. Open: Monday to Sunday from 9 pm to 4 am.

10. Kaarle XII: If you are looking for the place to be on a night from Monday to Friday, Thursdays in Kaarle XII are very popular year after year. The club has been on the list of the “5 best places for the party” of City magazine for almost 20 years. Open: Thursday to Saturday from 8 p.m. at 4 a.m.

11. Kaivohuone: Located in Kaivopuisto Park, this summer restaurant has seven bars inside and more than 400 outdoor seating. Built as a spa in the 1830s, this great old woman has recently been restored to her former glory. Open from May to August: Wednesday, Friday, Saturday

12: Manala / Botta: Manala Kellari is where the dance action is, with a mix of club nights and live performances of jazz, disco and more. Find your event program here. More than a nightclub, Manala also functions as a restaurant and pub. In the St. Urho pub you can find a great variety of beers. The Botta restaurant menu features Finnish classics and its kitchen has the longest business hours in the city. Open: Monday to Thursday from 10:30 a.m. at 2 p.m. Fri 10:30 am – 4 am; Sat 2 pm to 4 am; Sun 2 pm – 2 am.