From study abroad students to young Italian men, the Bambook Club encapsulates the city center and the people who like to party in this area. You won't find it as packed as some of the other clubs in the area, but that's a good thing. You'll find a variety of people willing to dance the night away and who will be interested in meeting some foreigners. It's also close to the city center and an easy walk to most hotel rooms so you are less likely to get lost after a fun night out. Think about taking some of your friends here.
Located near the Duomo and touting some of the best music selections in the city, Full Up has plenty of opportunities to enjoy a great sound with your friends. You'll find music here from by-gone eras as well as the newest hits--and it's often worth staying the whole night just to hear what they will play. Great seating and cool beats make this the spot to bring those who want a more laid back club experience and who aren't interested in hitting the dance floor. Full Up is just the right location to enjoy your time and to kick back and enjoy the music.
Though it is open during the day for coffee and snacks, Rex really starts to bring a crowd in during the evenings. You'll find a low key vibe with music, but some nights, you can hit the floor and enjoy an eclectic crowd. Consider trying some of their delicious drinks or asking the bar tender about the history of this place--it's a unique spot unlike many others throughout the city center. They also bring in some talented local DJs so you can dance the night away. You'll also love how they are open late. It's the perfect location for a chill vibe and wonderful people.
When you are looking for a full-blown night out with friends, the night wouldn't be complete without at stop at Club TwentyOne. It's a popular spot for locals and visitors alike, so you are more likely to meet some interesting people from all over the world and have a good time. It's a smaller club and so it's always crowded with a crazy group ready to party the night away. You might want to think about bringing as much of your friend circle as you possible can--it makes for a more enjoyable night and you'll have something to talk about the next morning. It's also in a great location so you don't have to worry about finding your way home again.
Tenax might be the best place to dance in Florence, and with its reputation for being one of the most popular clubs among locals, you can expect to get a fun crowd of people ready to have a good time. The two levels provide different kinds of partying, and this club prides itself on being just a bit edgier than most of what you will see throughout the rest of Florence. The great music, usually provided by legendary DJs and a great sound system, makes it a favorite spot of locals and those studying abroad or simply stopping by for a few days.
Blob can bring in some very interesting characters, but that's what makes it part of the fun. You might want to see if you can go with some regulars--otherwise they can ding you with a 10 Euro cover charge. The dancing is limited to the first floor, but it's in close proximity to the bar, and it's usually crowded enough that you are sure to have a good time any day of the week. With two levels, take a break from dancing and take a seat upstairs. It's also open late, so you have plenty of time to dance until early in the morning.
Space offers a little something for everyone. Whether you plan to stay on the dance floor all night or you want to relax and get to know the locals, you should think about having a drink here. Space has a great dance floor and an up-for-anything group of people to dance with. You'll immediately recognize the music choices from back home in the States, but a few European hits are thrown in every now and then. Take some time to chill on the multiple levels offered and to enjoy a cocktail. They can be expensive, but there is no cover charge and some nights you can get a free drink for the price of getting in anywhere else.
You might not always be in the mood to party with a ton of study abroad students and foreigners. When you want to be a little bit away from the city center and to make a night out of it, you should think about heading on over to Ickarus on the other side of the Arno. You are much more likely to meet some locals here and to enjoy some local brews. It's open almost all hours of the night, so no matter what time you get there, there will be plenty of partying left for you and for your new friends.
Whether you want to simply stop by and peruse the many artworks here with a well-made drink or you want to dance the night away, Dolce Vita has a little something for everyone. The area where the bar/dance club is located fills up--oftentimes so much that people spill out into the nearby piazza. You'll not only be able to meet some up and coming artists in the area, but you will also be able to listen to some amazing music in this off-the-wall spot. It's also the perfect place to take friends who are ready to party the night away.
You might want to think about spending the whole night at Flo'. It's one of the most popular clubs in Florence and is only open during the summer months--making it extra busy. Most visitors don't know about the happy hour and buffet earlier in the night, so showing up a little earlier and paying for a drink and food can offset the cost of a cover charge and the chance that you might not get in later. Between the good dance music and the crowd, the fact that it sits on Piazzle Michelangelo makes Flo' the best place to dance and enjoy the beauty of Florence while you are there.