When the sun goes down and most people go sleep, some of the worldÂ´s metropolis come alive with numerous music clubs, bars, cabarets, dance clubs any many other “night attractions”. While older people seek for peaceful and quiet hotels after an exhausting day spent by sightseeing, youth usually look for the very opposite – noisy, crowded bars and clubs brimming with a vibrant nightlife atmosphere. Here is a list of 25 worldÂ´s cities that would definitely meet their expectations.
20. Paris, France
panoramio.com Home to world-class museums, historical monuments and brilliant architecture, Paris, sometimes referred to as “The City of Lights”, is also a major European nightlife destination. Club styles differs within city areas: The Champs-Elysees and its surroundings offer highly selective and VIP clubs; Grands Boulevards is more about music – rock, techno and funky clubs with great DJs; and Pigale features one of the most famous cabaret – The Moulin Rouge.
15. Tokyo, Japan
ynnej1976.wordpress.com When the sun goes down and night takes over, Tokyo turns into what many people consider one of the most beautiful and vibrant cities in the world. Every night, TokyoÂ´s entertainment districts are crowded no matter what time it is with visitors choosing from a variety of popular nightlife spots ranging from jazz and reggae music clubs; gay bars, sex shows, restaurants, dance clubs, discos or traditional geisha bars.
10. Hong Kong
famouswonders.com If you want to spend an unforgettable night in Asia, be sure to visit Hong Kong. It is no surprise that nightlife in such a cosmopolitan destination is very diverse and multi-layered. The city’s wide array of clubs, bars, and evening markets offer multiple opportunities for late-night fun. Apart from drinking, dancing and partying; this metropolis is also a popular spot for food lovers who cannot leave the city without checking Temple Street Night Market. The air is rich with smells of delicious Cantonese food while fortune-tellers and street acrobats vie for visitors’ attention.
5. Barcelona, Spain
www.mydestination.com From tiny, cozy traditional Spanish bars to a lot of different amazing huge clubs, Barcelona ranks among the most vibrant European nightlife cities. What makes this city special is the high concentration of foreign students who organize popular Erasmus parties which are thrown almost every day. While Fridays and Saturdays are dominated by a cosmopolitan mix of tourists, Sunday nights are busy with locals as many shops and restaurants are closed on Mondays. Most of the action is usually centered around La Rambla, the wide boulevard stretching from Placa de Catalunya to the Port Vell.
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