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Blitz Club (Brasov, Romania)

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Address: Mihail Kogalniceanu 13 / Brasov / Romania

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      27.08.2008 20:06
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      Party now, party hard!

      Blitz Club is a club in Brasov, it's not incredibly central but it's not really too far out of the way when it comes to walking either, let's put it this way - if you're Rik Waller - it's a no no, if you're in one of those drunk I can walk for miles type moods then it's only round the corner.

      It's often hard to ensure a party like atmosphere on every day of the week but this is one place that manages, in a less than beautiful area of town (albeit safe), this club is on 3 levels with a large bar on the roof, a middle level with a sort of "everywhere and nowhere baby" feel to it, as people watch people dance below but don't seem to get involved much themselves but then run down like a stampede of elephants when there is a top hit being played by the DJ.

      The bottom floor is dedicated to the dancers, a large dancefloor with pillars and a stage to ensure the show-offs have a place to strut their stuff, the place is sweaty despite the air conditioning, it's pleasantly lighted and an intensely fun place where it's easy to socialise. Absolutely packed to the rafters on the weekends. More enjoyable in midweek. Popular with students! The drinks are reasonably priced and are particularly enjoyed on the roof, unless of course it's January! A downside for me was the music which was incredibly mainstream but good for those who like popular clubbing and pop anthems of the year (a fair amount of Romanian ones too, which happened to be very funky the year I visited)

      The place can be found on Mihail Kogalniceanu 13, worth walking there with a map and using a taxi to get back, there's always some waiting outside.

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