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Vienna may be best known for its café culture, but the Austrian capital also has its fair share of traditional beer taverns, swanky wine bars and contemporary cocktail joints, with the highest concentration of them in a cobblestoned corner of the city known as ‘The Bermuda Triangle.’
The city is also home to some world-class nightclubs, from pop and disco clubs like Volksgarten and U4 to indie rock and electro-havens like Flex and Chelsea. However, the real draw of Vienna after dark is the live music scene: not only the underground venues like Jazzland and Tunnel but the grand classical music venues like the Konzerthaus and the Musikverein. For an unforgettable evening, try a nighttime classical concert in a dramatic church setting or even in the open-air.