The best of European nightlife
People flock to Europe from all over the world and for many various reasons, from culture to beautiful scenery and inspiring history. For many, Europe also offers amazing cities for vibrant nightlife and clubs. So if you’re looking for a student break, a stag or hen do or just a trip with your pals, here are some of the best cities for nightlife in Europe.
1. Barcelona, Spain
Not only will you enjoy all the benefits of sunny Spain, including access to the beach – Barcelona is the place to be for night owls. The clubs come alive after midnight and you can truly party the night away with locals and tourists every night of the week.
2. Berlin, Germany
Germany may not have been the first country to come to mind, but Berlin has one of the best nightclub scenes in the world. There’s cheap beer, world-class DJs and clubs and bars at every turn. For a welcoming, fun and vibrant atmosphere, Berlin has it all.
3. Amsterdam, The Netherlands
For more of a laid-back vibe, Amsterdam is the place to be. It’s less big on the clubbing scene, but still full of bars and pubs that offer a wonderful atmosphere. There are organised bar crawls available throughout the city and even their popular Ice Bar, made –
as you may have guessed – entirely out of ice!
4. Prague, Czech Republic
A popular choice for Stag weekends, Prague is a nightlife dream. It’s super affordable, from the hotels to the flights, making it the perfect choice for those on a budget. There are clubs, pubs and bars in abundance so you won’t be short of places to go.
5. Ibiza, Spain
Famous for attracting party-goers, a trip to Ibiza is a dream for many people. The strips of clubs are open all night long and absolutely buzz with bright lights, loud music and party atmosphere. It’s also a truly beautiful part of the world, so you can relax and enjoy the views during the day before living it up at night!
If you’re heading out to Europe, make sure you’re aware of the most common accidents that can occur on holiday. Always make sure you have your European health insurance card with you, and renew it before you leave if necessary.