X Hostel Bucharest
Nice social hostel very well located to access the nightlife. They have an on-site pub with Ping pong, Foosball and a giant Jenga. Large selection local and imported spirits, wine and beer. 2 nice outdoor terraces where guests hangout sharing a nice beer.
Average dorm price: 6.64 €
What are the Party Hostels in Bucharest like?
- Best Party Hostels in Bucharest: Little Bucharest Old Town Hostel; Antique Hostel Bucharest; X Hostel Bucharest
- Party hostels style: fun and social hostels
- Craziness level: fairly crazy
- Parties on-site: On-site bar and parties
- Pub Crawls: yes
Nightlife in Bucharest
Party scene in Bucharest is becoming more popular among young generations and travellers from all over the world. What makes this city stands out among the other European capitals is a free entrance and happy hours for girls in most clubs. Best parties are happening on weekends when local dance clubs and bars are hosting famous names of the music industry. If you can’t explore the city’s nightlife during this part of the week, don’t worry, there are plenty of places opened every single other day.
Basic information about nightlife in Bucharest:
Pubs and clubs closing times:
- Bars and pubs: Monday to Thursday until 00:00am – Weekends at 02:00am
- Clubs: Monday to Thursday until 05:00am – Weekends at 06:00am
- Average cover charge for clubs: from free to 5€ (not incl. drink)
- Average price of pint of beer: 2€ - 4€
- Famous neighbourhoods for partying: Lipscani.
- Famous events or parties: Rock The City annual festival – 22 nd of July.
Party areas in Bucharest
Party in Lipscani
When It comes to nightlife areas, you can find everything in the city centre. The Old Town area called Lipscani is the epicentre of the party life, especially popular among the students. Best parties are just a short walk away, and you can reach every dance club in a minute.
Nomad Skaybar is a perfect place to start the fun. Here, you can enjoy great cocktails and beautiful views of the old town. Fire Club and Mojo Music Club are famous for hosting wild parties and great discounts on drinks.
Party in Floreasca
Floreasca is not crazy as Lipscani district, but the area also offers a quite good experience and vibes. The area is famous for being one of the greenest in the city. Floreasca is famous for extravagant restaurants and wine bars.
Gradina Floreasca is a beautiful place where you can enjoy live music performances during the whole summer. There are also nice snack bars and cafes, like White Horse, ZenSushi, and Trattoria Il Calcio Floreasca.
Party in Tineretului
Tineretului was the main workers’ area during the best years of the communist’s regime. Today, the area is one of the most vibrant and live in the city, with amazing places where you can eat and drink.
Most of the restaurants in the area are serving both traditional and international cosine, like Taverna La Călinescu, Cucina di casa, and Mon Cafe Bistro. The bars located in the area are serving tasty snacks and the best beer. Don’t miss to visit the La Umbrelute and Cafeneaua de Vara A Actorilor located next to the small lake.
Dress codes & age restrictions
Most of the clubs and bars prefer smart or smart casual dress code. The regulations are not that strict in general, but if you want to get into the club, don’t wear sports shoes and clothes.
Party places in Bucharest have one simple rule when it comes to the age restrictions. The minimum age for entrance and alcohol is 18 years. Make sure you bring your ID with you, in case you get stopped at the door.