NIGHTLIFE OF VIENNA
With one of the highest bar-to-cobblestone ratios in the world, Vienna is a great place to party, whether you’re looking for a quiet evening with a glass of wine or a wild night in a disco. Take Ul or 4 to Schwedenpl. which will drop you within blocks of the Bermuda Dreieck (Bermuda Triangle), an area packed with lively, crowded clubs. If you make it out, head down Rotenturmstrafie toward Stephansdom or walk around the areas bounded by the Jewish syna gogue and Ruprechtskirche. Slightly outside the Ring, the streets off Burggasse and Stiftgasse in District VII and the university quarter (Districts XIII and IX) have tables in outdoor courtyards and loud, hip bars.
Viennese nightlife starts late, often after 11pm. For the scoop, pick up a copy of the indispensable Falter (‚2), which prints listings of everything from opera and theater to punk concerts and updates on the gay and lesbian scene.