Club Viva is located in the basement of a swanky hotel. First impressions were therefore that this was going to be a place where a night out would cost you a pretty penny but we were pleasantly surprised by the pricing. Paying 2.5-3 Bosnian Mark/1-2 Euros per beer is something you hardly ever see anymore in the now crowded, previously serene Eastern Bloc/Central European cities. Hosts regular Balkan-themed nights where you’re lucky if you recognise a single song if you’re a Westerner but none of that matters if you’re having fun. Be advised that tables might be reserved (a common practice in upscale clubs but not something I was expecting in Tuzla) and that hanging around someone else’s bought table might start a little trouble. Regarding this: friendly shoves from waiters should not be misinterpreted as them trying to get around you to collect empty glasses.
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