Slovenians usually meet at about 9 pm - 10 pm and pre-drink/pre-party either at a bar, at home, or out in public places. They head to the clubs at about 1 am - 2 am.
Yes, you most definitely do! You’ll need it to get into the clubs, certain bars, and especially if you get a check-up from the police.
If you intend to pre-drink, make sure you buy alcohol before 9 pm since you won’t able to do so after because it’s prohibited by the law. But no worries, you can still get alcohol in the bars, as long as they’re open!
Well… kind of! It’s not exactly “legal” to do so, but HEY, a lot of people do it, especially students:). So if you’re not causing any trouble, are generally nice, and make sure you take the empty bottles to the trash & recycle, it should be fine!:)
The bars are usually open till midnight or 1 am, meanwhile, clubs are usually open from 4 am - 5 am.
To be honest, there are no epic afterparties that you guys would really like unless you get lucky and get invited to some local’s after-party or make your own. Most of the parties end and most of the clubs close after 5 am. However, you can check the Facebook page of the F-club if there’s something going on there that night, if not just head on home. SERIOUSLY BRO! It’s 5 am, go to bed already! If you still wanna party hard the next day, join our pub crawl and we guarantee you that you will love it and pass out before that time!;)
If you’re leaving Parlament Pub ---> go to Surf’n’fries or FRKSIf you’re leaving Cirkus Club ---> go to Pekarna & Slaščičarna Center (The bakery right across the street) or Tramvaj (The red tramcar, also right across the street)If you’re leaving Nebo Show Restaurant ---> go to FRKS (on Congress Square) or go to Nobel Burek (on Miklošičeva Road)
Here are some of the other places that are still open after you are done partying:- Fast Food Pub Pod Skalco- Olimpija- Slast
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