Mazurka Klandestina was born when a group of friends who love folk dancing decided to “occupy” the city through dance. Participants gather in places that are busy during the day but abandoned at night. Expect a mix of hipsters, artists and students. They’re a friendly group who are welcoming to folk dance newbies.
In a town of overpriced nightclubs, Mazurka Klandestina is a fun and cheap night out. Don't worry if you've never danced before; someone will surely greet you and teach you the steps. Otherwise, it's a great place for people-watching and listening to music. Sometimes there’s even a live band.
For more info, check out their Facebook page: facebook.com/groups/mazkla/ (the messages are in Italian, but most members speak English).