Archive for: May, 2011
Innsbruck Clubs And Bars: The Austrian city of Innsbruck is one of Europe’s oldest and most beautiful ski centers. It attracts American winter visitors more than any other European ski destination. Innsbruck nightlife is beautiful, especially at the Old Town’s with its narrow streets. Near old town the Herzog-Friedrich-Strasse, Maria-Theresien-Strasse and Universitätsstrasse provide a mix of wood-paneled taverns. Don’t forget that Tyrolean dishes are famous all over the world. I visit a couple of decent bars and clubs during my travels around town. I start always by sipping sun-downers in riverside lounge bars. Capital of Tyrol offers enough possibilities for everyone so just go out and have a great time. Innsbruck also organizes lots of cultural celebrations and events for both, locals and tourists, especially around Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
Bodrum nightlife: Once known as Halicarnassus. Bodrum is the South Aegean’s most attractive resort. It is famous both among Turkish and foreign travelers. The town of Bodrum enchants visitors with its white houses, blue window frames and a pretty harbour. Is located at the southern edge of the Bodrum Peninsula, across from the Greek island of Kos. Bodrum has some of Turkey’s best restaurants and a lively nightlife. Probably has more bars per area than any other place in Turkey. Turks rank Bodrum as second place about nightlife and bars after Istanbul. This place in my opinion is worth more than any other places in Turkey for having good time. Most of the action takes place on the mile-long Cumhuriyet Bar Street. When you are on Cumhuriyet Bar Street try out some of the local culture by ordering a Turkish Raki drink or eat the delicious turkish kebab.