Dance clubs in Lisbon provide the city with an eclectic choice of nightlife and a thumping soundtrack of assorted musical styles. Arguably the most celebrated dance club in the Portuguese capital is Lux, located near the river in Santa Apolónia. Set over three floors, the venue caters for hedonists and socialites and there’s a top-floor terrace to chill out on. Up in Bairro Alto is Incognito, a fixture on Lisbon’s club scene since the late 1980s. At K Urban Beach on Lisbon’s dock front the DJs mix a mellow sound with electric pop and a dash of hip-hop. On the other hand Radio-Hotel, located in the Alcântara neighbourhood, works as a nightclub, social club and live music venue. Over at Cais do Sodré, Music Box works brilliantly as a live music venue and a respected dance club. B.Leza, situated on the docks near Cais do Sodré, hosts live African and Brazilian music where you can move to some of the hottest rhythms in town. Lording it over Avenida 24 de Julho meanwhile is Main, a three-story dance temple that has a chill out zone on the roof! Ministerium, on Praça do Comércio, occupies the former offices of a government ministry and is set under an 18th-century vaulted ceiling. Back near Alcântara on the waterfront is an old favourite, Dock’s Club, celebrated for its “Ladies Night”. And for something a little more edgy, try Europa. The music’s louder, more urgent and continues way past dawn.