Friday, Sep. 11, 2009

3. Bunkr Parukarka

The Cold War ended two decades ago, but Bunkr Parukarka keeps the celebration going. Housed underground in what was a 1950s nuclear bunker, this quirky nightclub welcomes revelers through a graffiti-covered door that juts out from a hillside. Inside, the venue pulsates with avant-garde electro-pop and industrial tracks, spun by some of the city's top DJs. Claustrophobes needn't fret: two ventilation towers and a few emergency exits reduce the risk of meltdown.