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Serbia pays homage to Che Guevara with cheap mojitos and a happening dancefloor.
Drinks, crowds and sing-a-long goodtimes.
Civilised drinks in a faux-library.
Blinged-up boys come here to flaunt their (new) money and she-accessories. Got a low turbofolk threshold? Start swimming.
This throbbing place gets crowded and dress codes may be enforced (scruffy bad on boys, skimpy good on girls)...
This chic alternative attracts a refined crowd who'd rather sip cocktails than spill them down someone else's back.
A reasonably laid-back spot, attracting students with its cheap drinks and terrace.
This place does a grand ‘English pub’ imitation, with mock Turkish carpets, proper pints and bar stools, and there’s a full menu (mains 1380Ft to 4870Ft)...
This giant sidewalk cafe overlooking Klauzál tér has a generous choice of cakes, ice creams and frothy coffee concoctions.
This theatre, where operas, ballet and classical concerts are staged, has been the centre of cultural life in Szeged since 1886.
Long-established warehouse club near the bus station has rave parties and theme nights.
This bar-cum-dance club sitting on a dock on the Tisza attracts Seged's beautiful people with its streamlined decor and lighting, sophisticated music and excellent cocktails.
The kind of small, smoky music club that no self-respecting university town would be without. Gets pretty crowded during the academic year for live music on Friday and Saturday nights...
Once an air-raid shelter and then a mushroom farm, (still smells a bit that way), Andergraund is a warren of caverns where the big-name DJs play...
This is the HQ of Serbia's Association of Bartenders, a fact made evident after one sip of any of the sublime cocktails on offer...
Home to the Belgrade Philharmonica.
Stages free concerts and exhibitions.
Aptly located by 'Students' Square' off Knez Mihailova, Plato is a university bookshop-cafe offering fine coffees, booze, nibbles and smartypants live jazz and literary gigs.
The gigantic Freestyler has been a symbol of splav saturnalia for years, not least for its infamous foam parties.
Conga around a life-sized statue of John Cleese.
Exile pounds out techno.
Sound plays house and disco to a slightly older following.
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