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By day the coastal town of Benidorm on Spain’s Costa Blanca is known as a hotspot for sun worshipping tourists attracted to one of the most popular holiday destinations on the Continent because of mild year-round temperatures and a laid back beach lifestyle.
But by night, the Alicante resort really comes alive with a vibrant nightlife scene to keep even the most hardcore revellers happy. And it’s not all like the ITV sitcom, Benidorm, there’s much more to this place than just sea, sangria and all-you-can-eat buffets.
Benidorm coast lights up after dark

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The Netherlands’ capital city of Amsterdam is known for its outstanding architecture, the beautiful canals that crisscross much of the city, the great shopping venues, and some of the friendliest people in Europe, most whom are well-versed in the English language. But despite the city’s culture, history, and relaxing atmosphere, as well as being the biggest Dutch city and the creative and cultural center, Amsterdam is a party city as well.

Amsterdam Holland Night

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The sprawling city of Athens is best known for the 7 historical hills of the city (there are a total of 12) and the three mountains that encompass the city on all but one side. Aside from being the capital city, it is also recognized as being the birthplace of Western Civilization as well as classical Greece. However, if there is one thing that Greeks are well known for it’s that they love socializing and don’t always rely on having to have a special occasion to do so.

Athens Greece Night

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Berlin, Germany‘s nightlife is as diverse as the city itself and due to the influx of international residents and visitors in the past few years, the city now features a nightlife scene that can certainly rival any other European metropolis. It’s much more than a watering hole with beer bars, as some may expect. From classic hotel bars to the local pub around the corner, Berlin provides tourists and locals alike with a fascinating variety of bars, clubs, and lounges that ensure a good time.

Berlin Germany Night

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Milan is Italy’s largest city (Rome is the largest) and by far the financial hub of the country. Despite the destruction and devastation of World War II that impacted the city as terribly as it did, Milan has evolved into one of the more beautiful and cosmopolitan cities in Italy. The city today targets the lifestyle of those tourists who want to experience worldly international pleasures when vacationing outside of their home country. It is a paradise for tourists who love art, culture, cuisine, football (soccer) history, and most importantly, the nightlife.

Milan Italy Duomo

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Filled with all the glamour and glitz that any tourist could desire, the French Riviera is situated on the French coast of the Mediterranean Sea and is famous for events and places such as the Cannes Film Festival, Monaco, and St. Tropez. However, it is a gambling Mecca for many as well and one of the more favorite tourist shopping venues in southern Europe. The biggest problem with visiting the French Riviera is the fact that there are rarely times during the year when it isn’t crowded with international visitors.

French Riviera Nightlife

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This post should come with a disclaimer. Amsterdam, Holland’s nightlife is diverse and shocking as well as being exciting and varied. A night at the opera does not compare easily with a night in a bondage club or water sports emporium. But the city has it all and this is a brief guide.

Amsterdam, Holland Night

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Two words say it best whenever you are talking about Parisc’est magnifique! The city is not only the capital and largest city in France, it is considered by many worldwide as the cosmopolitan capital of Europe. Paris is literally brimming with art, cuisine, culture, fashion and history as well as having the reputation of being one of the most beautiful and romantic cities in the world. As a result, Paris is still one of the top tourist destinations in the world.

Paris France Night

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As the capital city of Germany, Berlin is a city of culture, art, and modern architecture, but also of internationally beloved nightlife and diversity. There are nocturnal activities to boot and everyone has something they love. A little known fact is that Berlin also provides entertainment for those who seek laughter: English-language Comedy Clubs! The scene is on the rise and well-established comedy shows as well as amateur “open mic” nights are flourishing all over the city’s international quarters.

Berlin Nightlife

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Berlin‘s nightlife is synonymous with great bars, clubs and electronic music. Tourists and travellers alike flock to Germany in droves every year to participate in this city’s distinct brand of hedonism. But you should be warned, its not for the faint hearted. Most bars and clubs don’t open till very late and close whenever the crowd dissipates and don’t even dream of entering a club before 2 am.

Berlin Night

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The capital city of Catalonia, and the 2nd largest city in Spain, is Barcelona and its nearly 2 million residents. One of its most attractive features where tourism is concerned is the fact that it is situated on the Mediterranean Sea’s northeastern coast. The city has a rich culture and history that dates back some 2,000 years but it is known for so many other features that continue to attract tourists year in and year out. In addition to the culture and the history, don’t overlook the Spanish cuisine and the many entertainment venues.

Barcelona Night

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Spain’s cluster of Balearic Islands offers plenty of chances for the hardcore clubber to shake their thing until the break of dawn and beyond. While Ibiza undeniably rules the roost when it comes to nightclubs, each of the islands has its own personality and appeal. So whatever your musical taste, there is sure to be somewhere on these beautiful sunshine hideaways where you can feel the groove.
Balearic Islands

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