The party never stops in a premiere city for clubbing and craziness. Many old buildings have been renovated for unparalleled nightclubs. Underground spots are tucked away throughout the capital. Sip cocktails and toast to life with friends at the clubs that are renowned for electronic and techno music. Berliners love to party, so make sure you know who's playing that night and what to wear. Some clubs love an all-black ensemble, and others see a lot of colour and glitter. There are nightclubs that cater to all orientations, kinks, and fetishes in this tolerant and fun city! Lastly, spare some time to enjoy Pilsner, the most famous beer in the country, at one of the local Kniepen.
Zagreb is a must-visit city for party holidays in Europe. Let loose in champagne-soaked nightspots such as Hvar. For British clubbers that enjoy a good festival, Zagreb offers gritty pleasure during Outlook outside the city of Pula. Characterful clubs south of the Maksimir Park dish up other forms of music.
Find the wildest hostels and citywide beer bikes. You can party on a boat down the river Danube with unlimited drinks and games. Ruin bars (big derelict outdoor spaces) have been remodelled into quirky pubs. In the busiest squares of Budapest downtown, add a dose of glitter to your partying habits with a full hour of brunch foods, bottomless cocktails, and whichever kind of disco you fancy.
Unveil the pinnacle of party holidays in Europe with long drinks and dancing to hot music in classic clubs, bars, and casinos. Nightclubs host poolside DJs and renowned jazz and electronic artists. For an after-party, head to one of the underground scenes. A lot happens in these discreet locations.
Throughout the winding streets of Amsterdam are clubs that open at midnight. The city, which has exported techno legends such as Armin van Buuren and Tiësto, is for hard-core partying souls. Dance the night (and day) away here!