A club that took over Squat in 1999, 0T301 is the most iconic night out in town.
An industrial haven for ravers in a simple slab in the city's Nieuw-West district. Expect a blaring sound system and 'mini parties' starting in the underground smoking room.
An incredibly cool club in a former school building, but it has a lot more to say than most clubs.
After dinner, the seventh floor of this former newspaper office - now a hotel, bar and restaurant complex - is cleared of tables.
NYX is known for its cracking drag and LGBTQ+ nights, but every night here is gloriously welcoming to all. Expect three floors of dancehall, Dutch hip-hop and pop tunes.
You fancy a side of vintage with your night out. Located under a bridge, the Vondelbunker venue was originally built as an atomic bomb shelter in the wake of World War II.
An exclusive two-story club with an Asian-themed bar and a dancefloor lit by over 12,000 bulbs that pulsate in time to the music. Clubbing really never got more stylish.
Brutally brutalist, Shelter looks and sounds like it’s been stolen from Berlin and plonked in the Dutch capital. Find it in the basement of the A’dam Toren, a ferry away from Centraal.
Amsterdam’s biggest and brightest super-club is a household name and a feast for all the senses. If you enjoy clubbing on a ridiculously massive scale, this place is for you.
Visit for a view of the 'dam', which won't make your visa a hassle. You'll have to message them on Facebook to get the invite yourself, but it's worth it.