Party holiday in Europe
It can be fun to take a city trip in domestic areas, but the fewest cities or villages in Norway can compete with the big party cities in Europe. More and more young people from all over the world are turning their noses towards these big cities as the summer holidays approach, and if you are one of those who want to soak up the sun during the day and drink sugary drinks at night, then you should take a closer look at these destinations.
Party holiday to Ibiza
The Spanish holiday island of Ibiza is strategically located in the Mediterranean, and is perhaps best known for being the largest party island in all of Europe. For over 30 years, the capital Ibiza town has attracted party-loving people, and this is one of the leading destinations for Norwegian young people. Every year there are big concerts and parties with famous DJs and trance groups, and you are guaranteed not to have a bad stay in Ibiza if the purpose of the trip is to party as much as possible.
Party holiday to Amsterdam
The Netherlands has for many years been known for its electronic music with famous front figures such as DJ Tiësto, Armin van Buuren and Ferry Corsten to name a few. Amsterdam is the decided party capital of the Netherlands and the city is a mecca for those who like to dance out in the late hours of the night to pulsating club music. Here you will find famous nightclubs such as Jimmy Woo, Escape and Rain to name a few.
One of the most famous party towns in Europe is the town of Magaluf, located on the Spanish island of Mallorca. It has for many years been known for its party culture, and attracts tens of thousands of young people during the summer. The city has an extensive “party street” where there are many Scandinavian and Norwegian bars. The destination is especially popular among Norwegians and Swedes, but many Britons also find their way to Magaluf.
The Icelandic capital Reykjavik does not have long traditions as a party town, but has in modern times emerged as one of the hippest party towns in Europe. In the center, the bars are next door, and there is always a very good atmosphere here in the summer. More and more tourists choose to make the trip here to experience the Icelandic party culture, so you will hardly travel alone here even if Reykjavik only has more than 100,000 inhabitants. Recommended for those who want to try something alternative.
The British capital London is not primarily known for its status as a party city, but is nevertheless a very good destination for a boys ‘or girls’ trip. The city’s many casinos have alcohol service, and you can play vorspiel here before entering a typical British pub, or going to one of Europe’s hottest nightclubs. You can find most things in London, and it’s always crowded on the weekends. Suitable for those who want a slightly more stylish party abroad .
The Greek holiday island of Ios has been a popular destination for those with a slightly smaller budget since the 70s and 80s. It is a very cheap island to holiday on, although the journey there is somewhat complicated. The island does not have an airport, and consequently you have to count on a boat trip to get there from one of the nearby Greek islands. Ios is best known for festive young people, and every summer thousands of Scandinavians and other Europeans travel here to experience the festivities in the city center.