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Whether you are looking to add to the collection of vinyl you have back home or pick up a few “dischi” or records by your favourite artist, Florence has a healthy assortment of shops selling new and used albums. One euro deals have almost had their day, but like most cities it still offers up an occasional good find if you know what you are looking for and where to go. Didn’t find that rare Kraftwork or reissued James Brown LP? Don’t despair! With many of Florence’s record shops nestled in some of the city’s most inspiring neighbourhoods I can at least guarantee you will have an amazing time looking.
Data Records93 – Located between Piazza Santa Croce and Piazza delle Signoria the shop couldn’t be more convenient for students or the weekend visitor. read full article
The small Swiss capital Zurich is home to a surprising variety of bars and clubs: there are said to be more clubs here per resident than in any other city in Europe. Zurich’s relaxed licensing laws allow many clubs to stay open until the early hours of the morning, and the wide range of clubs and bars in the city centre guarantee that you can listen to live music almost every day of the week. There are several jazz clubs in the city, and bars and clubs offer gigs by local and international bands.
There are a lot of reasons that international travelers visit Vienna. Vienna is not only Austria’s capital, it is the country’s largest city. The city is known for being Austria’s cultural, economic, and political center but for the international traveler it’s the architecture, art, cross-cultures, and history that hold the allure for the tourist. And let’s not forget the cuisine.
The Big Apple has a long standing indie music scene which spawned punk rock icons such as the Ramones, the New York Dolls, Talking Heads, Blondie and Sonic Youth just to name but a few.
From cheap booze and tiny stages in the East Village to low-lit Harlem jazz joints, the alternative music scene continues to flourish in New York and you can shake your thing at any number of trendy venues in the city that never sleeps.
This week for our Travel Picks Friday column we decided to satisfy music lover’s need of “soul food”. Check out the best record stores in Rome, Italy.
One thing that you can definitely count on when you are visiting the city of Athens is that it really comes to life once it gets dark.
Music is a large part of that and there are numerous clubs for you to venture into and enjoy for an evening. Just be aware of the fact that music venues don’t come cheap and cover charges can cost between €10 and €30 ($13 to $39). This doesn’t include drinks which average about €10 ($13) each. read full article
In the fall, the look of Amsterdam, the capital city of the Netherlands, turns gorgeous amber and orange. Days become cooler and shorter.
Both locals and a trickle of tourists look for indoor entertainment – museums, music venues, dance floors… Here are some vibrant dance, music and theater festivals to cheer you up in the fall. read full article
Renowned commercial centre ever since medieval times, Leipzig is one of Germany’s most dynamic cities. With an unmatchable musical history above any other place in the world, Leipzig is a veritable city of music.
Madrid is often left off the tour schedules of international bands- well, non Spanish speaking ones. Location doesn’t help and some feel they can tick the Spain box with Barcelona, considered more in tune with the international music “vibe”. To an extent true, but these days the Spanish-European link is stretching further than the Catalan capital and Madrid is mixing more European live music into its already well developed and certainly well appreciated local and national scene.
As the cutting edge hub of Catalan culture, it’s hardly surprising that Barcelona is one of Spain’s leading cities when it comes to music festivals. From early Baroque music, to virtuoso Spanish guitar, to pounding techno attracting crowds from all over the world, Barcelona caters to all tastes.
Listening to music on the move always helps to pass time and put you in the mood, and even if the song’s associations with travel are extremely remote, the songs I’ve picked seem to fit in best every time I fly somewhere:
Almost certainly… read full article
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