Put your party shoes on and prepare to dance the night away at Club U!
You will find the Club U right in the city centre, inside the metro station of Karlsplatz. A super place with tons of different parties going on, all inside the fabulous Otto Wagner pavilion. Right next to it you have the Resselpark and the splendid Karlskirche (church). An awesome (and cheap) place to throw your own party. If you are in Vienna during March, it might happen that you find Danika and Hinny celebrating their birthday.
location: karlsplatz (in otto-wagner-pavillon), 1040 vienna | how to get there: metro u2/u4 to karlsplatz | website: www.club-u.at
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