Everyone loves a good party. But if you’re looking for a party of true epic proportions, check out these cities from around the world:
Once a remote island visited by hippies and backpackers, Ibiza has become the world’s party capital. Become an unofficial paparazzo at Pacha or catch some of the planet’s best DJs at Amnesia.
If there was a course on how to party, Ireland would be the professor. Truly, only the Irish could turn a religious celebration into a world famous wild booze fest – yes, we’re talking about Saint Patrick’s Day. The friendly and laidback Dublin atmosphere are an added bonus to partying in the capital of the Emerald Isle.
Buenos Aires, Argentina
You could argue that pretty much all of Argentina is a great place to party. The incredibly friendly locals throw some of the best parties that include great food, cheap drinks, good music and – of course – lots of dancing.
For beer lovers, nothing beats the 16-day Oktoberfest in Munich. During these two weeks, more than 6 million people from around the world flock to this German city in search of the best Bavarian beer.
Black Rock City, Nevada, USA
Any avid party goer will know about the legend that is Burning Man. The week-long festival dedicated to celebrating art and self-expression draws almost 50,000 people every year to Back Rock Desert. Makeshift tents, crazy costumes and drugs are all invited to the party. And, of course, it’s not over until a 40-foot “Man” structure is set on fire.
Ko Pha Ngan, Thailand
It’s on this otherwise sleepy island that the world famous Full Moon Party takes place. For a few nights around every full moon, up to 20,000 people flock to the beach to drink, dance and party into the night.
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
There’s good reason why Las Vegas is also known as Sin City. Crazy pool parties, huge DJs and world famous artists are just some of the things you can expect to find here. You’ll be partying 24/7 in Las Vegas.
This tiny island between Mykonos and Santorini could easily fly under the radar for most travelers, were it not for its insane party scene. The booze fest starts during the day on the beach and ends at one of the many hostels and bars in Chora.
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
You might have never said the words “Halifax” and “party” in the same sentence. But this Canadian city is actually a popular surf town. When the sun goes down, the party moves from the gnarly waves to the bars and nightclubs until dawn.
One of the most popular destinations in the Adriatic Sea, Hvar has long attracted tourists for its. Every summer, glamorous yachts fill Hvar Town’s docks and the rich and famous hit up one of the island’s many posh clubs.
Goa’s incredible beaches aren’t the only thing that attract thousands to this tropical haven in India. This hippie paradise is also home to all kinds of unique parties. Like the silent parties where guests are given a pair of headphones and dance to their own beat.