Archive for: April, 2010
The island of Santorini offers a versatile landscape with on the one hand steep darkish rock formations and on the other hand beaches and small white villages. Cyclades, during the summer season, have one of the most active nightlife and Santorini is considered one of the most nightlife oriented island of the Cyclades. Santorini nightlife offers a wide range of venues and satisfies all tastes, you can choose from bars, live music, traditional Greek dancing and modern disco clubs. Beach bars are lots of fun, they combine a ‘day club scene’ with swimsuits, beach volley and events.
Costa Brava is the coastal region of north eastern Catalonia, stretching from Blanes in the south to the border with France in the north. Is known as Spain’s sunny ‘wild coast’. Costa Brava offers nightlife options for all tastes. Here you can do anything from relaxing with a glass of Sangria to partying until the wee hours of the morning.
Musical styles in the bars and clubs range from rock to house to pop to traditional Spanish, thus catering for all. Costa Brava Nightlife is host to many lively night spots from pubs to clubs, karaoke to disco, nightclubs to casinos. One of the best places to party on the Costa Brava is in the picturesque village of Tossa de Mar.
Crete Nightlife Bars And Clubs: It is an island with an exquisite 1,000 kilometer-long coastline dotted with numerous coves, bays and peninsulas, which afford a multitude of soft, sandy beaches along the beautifully blue Mediterranean Sea. Crete has one of the most vibrant nightlife scenes compared to other Greek islands. Whoever you are, whatever you would like to do, whatever kind of music you like…it’s there for you! There is something for everybody in Crete. Crete nightlife is a busy affair and all four of the main resort areas have their fair share of popular nightspots.
Stockholm Nightlife: Bars And Girls: Stockholm is one of the most beautiful cities of Scandinavia and without a doubt one of the best places to go out for party. I went to Stockholm for a first time in 1991, and I can say that have changed a lot from that time. Only one thing it will never change in Stockholm, and that’s the beautiful Stockholm girls. The fun in Stockholm doesnâ€™t stop when the sun goes down. There are rock concerts, techno clubs, classical concerts, opera and ballet, performances of all kinds. Sweden is the worldâ€™s third producer of pop and rock music. So, pop and rock fans are at the right place.
Costa Rica is one of the best places in South America if you looking for party. There are plenty of places across the country with lots to do especially after the sun sets. But capital San Jose is the best for nightlife in Costa Rica. San Jose is the most cosmopolitan city in Costa Rica, and travelers through the region will find that it offers the most rewarding restaurants, hotels and Costa Rica nightlife venues. From movie theatres, casinos, bars and clubs to more “adult” themed entertainment, San Jose offers an array of nightlife for all tastes. Salsa is universally popular in clubs up and down the country, as is soca and merengue.
Taiwan is a country that lives in night. Taipei nightlife does not stand behind other capital cities. Restaurants close by 2130, but with no licensing limits many bars are open until 0200 or 0400, and some all night. Taiwan nightlifeÂ bursts with the scatterings of young people to the most hip places. The common nightspots found everywhere, discotheques, piano bars, music lounges, pubs, karaoke bars, jazz clubs, pumping nightclubs and ‘bottle clubs’. ‘bottle clubs’ allow customers to buy alcohol by the bottle and keep it at the club for future occasions. Though lacking the distinct and frenetic nighttime atmosphere of Hong Kong or Tokyo.