LuxFrágil is one of Lisbon’s most famous nightclubs, so much so that “luxing” has become a verb. Getting past the doorman has been a rite of passage for teenagers and young adults throughout the city—the key to success, no matter how old you are, is to arrive “early,” which means around 11pm for Lisboners. 

Once you pass through the doors into this massive cement block on the banks of the river, you'll discover three distinctive floors. The top has a terrace overlooking the Tagus River, and the middle is the disco-themed floor with high ceilings, large windows, and four separate bar spaces, one of which is dedicated exclusively to wine. And finally, the basement, where you can dance until dawn to some of Europe’s best electronic DJs.

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