Kaarle XII "Kalle"


60° 9' 56.5704" N, 24° 56' 51.3276" E
General info: 

Pretty big club in two floors and several rooms or halls. Upstairs holds the bigger dancefloor and a pub. Downstairs has also a bit smaller dancefloor and a smaller pub type of room. private://Kalleprivate:// is quite popular mostly because it is free of charge and the queues are not that long. The drinks are expensive. Not perhaps so trendy as some other places, but still full of people. Thursday is a special night in Kalle and if you are going out on thursday, this is the place.

Getting there: 

By foot.


Free of charge. The cloakroom is some 3€.

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