Ibiza is nightclub mecca and every party hound must make a pilgrimage there at least once. The venues in Ibiza aren’t as much clubs as they are life experiences.
Nowhere else have I seen a stripper rock a saxophone solo hanging from the ceiling naked, or the blast of a wind tunnel built into a dance floor, or parade floats and foam dropped from the ceiling like it’s the Fourth of July indoors.
Enjoy the beach parties during the day, hit the hotel bars in the evening and dance to the best DJs in the world all night.
Sleep not recommended.
Best place to have an out-of-body techno experience: Shell out the extra money for the clubs in Ibiza Town (rather than San Antonio). They're worth it.
Although it’s not true that the “city never sleeps” (it’s usually done by 3 or 4 a.m., earliest on this list), New York City scores big simply because it offers something for everybody on any night of the week.
Warehouse parties in Brooklyn, mega-clubs in Meatpacking, trendy hipster joints in the East Village, hotel lounges, college bars, indie rock shows, loft parties, hip-hop and jazz, heavy metal and opera -- I could keep going but this article has a word limit.
The first rule of Barcelona is that you don’t stay on Las Ramblas. The second rule of Barcelona is that you don’t stay on Las Ramblas.
Don’t get sucked in by the guidebooks and pub crawls. The place is tourist hell: street vendors shilling fake watches, African prostitutes and gypsy pickpockets.
The truth is Barcelona rages hard, really hard. They don’t get going until well past 1 a.m. each night, but the good clubs are scattered throughout the north part of the city, a significant metro ride away.