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The ten best party locations in Europe

Every week we present different ways to travel: this time party tourism. Dancing, drinking, partying, and having a good time – we’ve rounded up ten party-worthy travel destinations.

Season opening party on Mallorca in the Megapark

Majorca, Spain

Probably the most popular travel destination for Germans is also one of the biggest party strongholds in Europe. The Spanish island is known for the Ballermann, Megapark, Schlager parties, and alcohol consumption. While you can still doze in the sun on the city beach of Playa de Palma during the day, it turns into a party zone in the evening. If you like it more stylish, visit a tapas bar in the capital Palma.

Guests in a beach bar in Rimini

Rimini, Italy

The Italian counterpart to Mallorca is the Italian seaside resort of Rimini. In the many bars and discotheques on the Adriatic coast, however, things are a bit fancier. Before the parties start in the evening, a visit to the beach is a must, for example, the Bagno Tiki 26 is popular.

Paceville, Malta, people at the MTV concert

Paceville, Malta

The largest party mile of the island state can be found in the Paceville district. While the turquoise sea glitters during the day, the bass begins to vibrate after sunset. In the many discotheques and clubs, you can party until the next morning. A highlight of every Malta party holiday is the annual Isle of MTV music festival, where entry is free.

Beach party on Mykonos, Greece

Mykonos, Greece

If you want something more exclusive, a party holiday on one of the many Greek islands is the right choice. The wildest and most exuberant parties are celebrated on the island of Mykonos. The approximately 350-meter-long Paradise Beach, which serves as a party area, is particularly popular. In addition to water sports, there are also a few bars and restaurants. A bus drives to the beach regularly.

Aerial view of a party boat in Bodrum, Turkey

Bodrum, Turkey

The Turkish city of Bodrum is also known as the St. Tropez on the Turkish Aegean. The clubs around the marina are similarly exclusive and have a high celebrity factor. The Club Catamaran, for example, is popular, a party boat that goes out to sea every night with a big program. You can relax the next day in one of the many bays by the water.

Funfair and sunbathers on the Golden Sands, Varna, Bulgaria

Golden Sands, Bulgaria

The approximately 3.5 km long sandy beach on the Black Sea glitters like gold in the sun – hence the name: Golden Sands. You can party there almost continuously since there are no curfews or music bans. The Bulgarian Golden Sands is known for extensive celebrations at reasonable prices. The somewhat quieter counterpart, a little further south near Burgas, is the party stronghold of Sunny Beach.

Bathers at the Black Sea

Mamaia, Romania

The oldest seaside resort in Romania is located on the Black Sea coast and is also known as the Ibiza of the East. Mamaia Beach, a fine sandy beach about seven kilometers long, becomes a party mile with its clubs and bars in the evening. The most famous festival on the beach is the Sunwaves Festival, on the northern part of Mamaia, the Kazeboo Beach, which promises non-stop partying to electronic beats.

Party at Zrce Beach

Pag, Croatia

The longest party beach in Europe is on the Croatian island of Pag: Zrce Beach. There is one beach bar after the next and loud music can be heard from the open-air discotheques. Various festivals are held every day. The opening of the season is celebrated every year with a big spring break festival, where many well-known DJs like Paul Kalkbrenner have played.

Young people at the Sound Music Festival at Lake Balaton, Hungary

Siofok, Hungary

Lake Balaton has long since developed into a party Mecca. After enjoying the sun on the beach, things get really lively on the party mile in the evening. The city of Siofok, on the southern shore of the lake, is considered a party stronghold. It is only an hour’s drive from the capital, Budapest. The Balaton is also known for its cheap prices, so you mainly meet young people.

Robbie Williams at his Top of the Mountain concert

Ischgl, Austria

It’s true that you can party there in the summer, but there’s even more going on in the winter. So if you prefer snow to heat and beach, you’ve come to the right place in Ischgl, Austria. The parties often start in the afternoon when the party-goers come down from the ski slopes. Whether exclusive clubs or Schlager huts – there is a lot going on in the Tyrolean Alps, which attracts many international guests.

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