The International Party Scene

It's no secret that everyone is different and every country is different in their customs, traditions, food, sense of dressing or even religious beliefs. So it should come as no surprise that every country has its own unique way of throwing a party or enjoying a good one. All through the year across the globe, there are nightclubs, bars or events that make people get up and enjoy themselves. You know how it's done at home - but here's a peek at how the world decides to party.

Gordon Beach (Tel Aviv, Israel)

Israel isn't just about what you see on BBC or CNN. It is one of the coolest cities and people love to party here. There are 16 beaches in the city but Gordon Beach is extremely popular for its insane LGBT Party during Gay Pride Week.

Psarou Beach (Mykonos Greece)

This is a lesser known party spot but that doesn't mean that the crowd is any less enthusiastic. The people who come to this island are religious party-goers; they stomp around and dance to pounding music all through the night till the wee hours of the morning. This process continues for a couple of days. It's lesser known, so the novelty or its untapped potential is what appeals! But make no mistake - the guys that come here, party hard!

Amsterdam, Netherlands

This is Europe's party HQ. Apart from activities that are considered taboo but are perfectly legal in the country, the nightlife is excellent. Not only do clubs stay on till very late but the after-hours parties - that go on till noon - are very common here. The entire city is revved up and ready to have a good time.

Stockholm, Sweden

For the Swedes, partying on the weekend isn't enough. Along with their thriving nightlife and trendy bars, they like to mix things up a bit and Wednesday night partying is extremely popular in Stockholm. Whether there is work the next day or not, the clubs are packed and the party atmosphere is infectious.

Brazil

Brazilians love to party and one look at their carnivals will show you that they really know how to! In fact, Salvador is home to one of the longest carnival celebrations in the world, making it one of the best parties ever. Brazil has a flourishing nightlife with bars and clubs on the beach and in town, pumping late into the night. Some places even offer you a party bus tour where you hop on and they take you for a ride and introduce you to some of the best parties in the city.

Who knows, maybe one day you'll find yourself in one of these places enjoying all the revelry!


Article written by Roxanne Bamboat

Roxanne is a pint-sized girl who enjoys reading, movies, travel and is obsessed with food. She expresses her love for all things edible in her food blog - www.thetinytaster.com. A freelancer in her profession, she is able to spend most of her time sampling the city's food offerings and reviews them as well as shares a few of her favourite recipes. More often known as The Tiny Taster, she's decided to take the world by storm - one plate a a time!

Twitter - @roxannebamboat


Image Courtesy

www.starbucks87dude.blogspot.com

www.aboutbrasil.com

www.thecitytripguide.com

www.semeli-hotels-mykonos.gr

The International Party Scene

Roxanne Bamboat

It's no secret that everyone is different and every country is different in their customs, traditions, food, sense of dressing or even religious beliefs. So it should come as no surprise that every country has its own unique way of throwing a party or enjoying a good one. All through the year across the globe, there are nightclubs, bars or events that make people get up and enjoy themselves. You know how it's done at home - but here's a peek at how the world decides to party.

Gordon Beach (Tel Aviv, Israel)

Israel isn't just about what you see on BBC or CNN. It is one of the coolest cities and people love to party here. There are 16 beaches in the city but Gordon Beach is extremely popular for its insane LGBT Party during Gay Pride Week.

Psarou Beach (Mykonos Greece)

This is a lesser known party spot but that doesn't mean that the crowd is any less enthusiastic. The people who come to this island are religious party-goers; they stomp around and dance to pounding music all through the night till the wee hours of the morning. This process continues for a couple of days. It's lesser known, so the novelty or its untapped potential is what appeals! But make no mistake - the guys that come here, party hard!

Amsterdam, Netherlands

This is Europe's party HQ. Apart from activities that are considered taboo but are perfectly legal in the country, the nightlife is excellent. Not only do clubs stay on till very late but the after-hours parties - that go on till noon - are very common here. The entire city is revved up and ready to have a good time.

Stockholm, Sweden

For the Swedes, partying on the weekend isn't enough. Along with their thriving nightlife and trendy bars, they like to mix things up a bit and Wednesday night partying is extremely popular in Stockholm. Whether there is work the next day or not, the clubs are packed and the party atmosphere is infectious.

Brazil

Brazilians love to party and one look at their carnivals will show you that they really know how to! In fact, Salvador is home to one of the longest carnival celebrations in the world, making it one of the best parties ever. Brazil has a flourishing nightlife with bars and clubs on the beach and in town, pumping late into the night. Some places even offer you a party bus tour where you hop on and they take you for a ride and introduce you to some of the best parties in the city.

Who knows, maybe one day you'll find yourself in one of these places enjoying all the revelry!


Article written by Roxanne Bamboat

Roxanne is a pint-sized girl who enjoys reading, movies, travel and is obsessed with food. She expresses her love for all things edible in her food blog - www.thetinytaster.com. A freelancer in her profession, she is able to spend most of her time sampling the city's food offerings and reviews them as well as shares a few of her favourite recipes. More often known as The Tiny Taster, she's decided to take the world by storm - one plate a a time!

Twitter - @roxannebamboat


Image Courtesy

www.starbucks87dude.blogspot.com

www.aboutbrasil.com

www.thecitytripguide.com

www.semeli-hotels-mykonos.gr

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