Top 10 Cities in the World for Partying in 2020
By Rebecca Siggers
Every city in this world has a unique vibe. Some have history. Some have fashion. Some have nature. Some have food. What if a city has an exceptionally extraordinary nightlife? And, what if you are a part of that imaginary night? Some cities in the world are splendid for the way its night rises in the sky. You can find the best drinks, alive and energetic nights, fun people, rocking dance floors, crazy music, bizarre crowd, overall, and an ultimate experience of life. You can forget about all the odds and live to the fullest amidst the cheering crowds and loud sounds.
A very few people like me love partying. But let me tell you, I love the people who love to party hard! In this article, I have made a list of the top ten cities in the world, best for partying in the year 2020. If I wish, I could extend the list to an immense number, but I kept it short, crisp, and the best. Pointing out Las Vegas the first till Rome in the end, every city has its party proceedings. Read the article, and find how many cities you have been to and which of them you will go now!
1. Las Vegas, USA:
Undoubtedly, Las Vegas can be called the party city of the world. With numerous casinos that are live more in the nights, pubs that portray the luxurious amazement, and the bars & clubs with the posh people all around, Las Vegas is the best city to enjoy the night parties. Having a hard cider by the angry orchard, dancing with your best friend or bar, is partying in Las Vegas style.
2. The Balearic Islands, Ibiza, Spain:
Ibiza has plenty of beaches and equal clubs to compete with them. That's the reason why it is known as 'Club Capital of the World.' You can enjoy sunbathing in the morning and have astonishing pleasure clubbing at the mesmerizing nights in Spain. Beach parties of the Balearic islands are something to die for! El Divino, Amnesia, and Pacha are some of the best clubs in the Balearic Islands, Spain.
3. Rio-De-Janeiro. Brazil:
Every party remains incomplete until the melody 'To Brazil!' by Vengaboys is not on the playlist. Well, the party song that is in the name of Brazil is leading you correct. Rio-De-Janeiro is a destination worth partying. Brazil appeals a million tourists each year because of the famous nightlife Rio-De-Janeiro has. Rio offers the maximum pleasure of night fun and partying when you hit its pubs, bars with your friends.
4. Amsterdam, Netherlands:
Amsterdam in the Netherlands has chilling waters and thrilling party places. You can visit cafes, clubs, pubs, and bars late until 3:00 at midnight and amuse yourself. 'The Movies' is a place themed back to 1920 period. Paradiso is the place that hosts live performances. Wolevenstraat, Leidseplein, and Wynand Fockink are the places for night howlers. You can dance at the parties until your breath elevates and you need drinks!
5. Goa, India:
The party station of India and gradually in the world, Goa is like a party paradise. The nightlife of Goa state is worth experiencing. The street night parties, the 24*7 night clubs, the beach festivals all are enough for making you feel lucky and happy. Goa is an attraction for tourists all around the world for the honeymoon. You can find the best charm of Goa during the new year festivities.
6. Buenos Aires, Argentina:
Probably, when you get done with your half a night of sleep, the party owls at Buenos Aires will shake up the dance floors with heat in Argentina. Yes! The parties in Buenos Aires begins at late midnight and lasts till you have the energy in you. Herein you can find the best singers, dancers, performers, Jazz lovers who are ready to make you feel partying nasty till dawn!
7. Bangkok, Thailand:
Only after the Goa, Bangkok in Thailand is capable of promising you the Asian style party. You can enjoy the live shows, the intimidating beats of the discotheque, and never-ending nights at the night clubs. Bangkok is a perfect place of getting boozed and seizing life by its all single moments. If you go with your partner or you go with your friends, Bangkok would make no difference in making you a party person!
8. Rome, Italy:
Rome is a city with irreplaceable historical significance and also majestic modern cultures. The town is equally fascinating at night. You can visit its wine bars, Jazz bars, or else explore a place with some Roman touch. I assure you that this city will never let you in despair. If you are a folk who has lags in enjoying nightlife for years, Rome has fabulous places to give you a start.
Up to the end - your feet must be starving to dance, and your mind must be wanting to think about these marvelous cities in the world. There is room for more, there are lots of cities for nerds too. Also you can check out best cities for geeks, take a break, plan a visit to any of these ever-living cities to rejuvenate life.
Also, this is an excerpt from the book Travels through History: 9 Greek Islands, newly available on Amazon.
In Homer's Iliad Symi is mentioned as the domain of King Nireus, who fought in
the Trojan War on the side of the Greeks and Thucydides writes that during the
Peloponnesian War there was a Battle of Syme near the island in January, 411
BC, in which an unspecified number of Spartan ships defeated a squadron of
Athenian vessels. Little else is known of the island until the 14th century,
but archaeological evidence indicates it was continuously inhabited, and ruins
of citadels suggest it was an important location.
Like many Greek Islands, Symi was first part of the Roman Empire and then the
Byzantine Empire. However, unlike many Greek Islands, Symi was conquered by
the Knights of St. John in 1373. This conquest fuelled by the Knights'
interest in shipping and commerce, launched what was to be a period of several
centuries of prosperity for Symi, as its location made it an important
waypoint for trade until the advent of steam-powered shipping in the 19th
The island was conquered in 1522 by the Ottomans (along with Rhodes) but it
was allowed to retain many of its privileges, so the prosperity continued
virtually uninterrupted. Symi was noted for its sponges which provided much of
its wealth. It attained the height of its prosperity in the mid-19th century,
which is why so many of the mansions covering the slopes of Symi Town date
from that period.
Although Symiots took part in the Greek War of Independence of 1821–1829,
Symi was left out of the new Greek state when its borders were drawn up and so
remained under Ottoman rule. Symi, along with the rest of the Dodecanese,
changed hands several times in the 20th century: in 1912 the Dodecanese
declared independence from the Ottomans as the Federation of the Dodecanese
Islands, though they were almost immediately occupied by Italy. The island was
formally ceded to Italy in 1923, and on 12 October 1943 it was occupied by the
Nazis. At the end of World War II, the surrender of German forces in the
region took place on Symi and the island was subject to several years of
occupation by the British. Symi finally became part of Greece in 1948.
Arriving at Symi Town is the loveliest way to begin any visit to a Greek
Island. The bay has low hills on all sides and on those hills are stacked
differently coloured ochre Italianate mansions, each one a slightly different
shade to its neighbour. The slope of the hills means these mansions appear in
neat rows above one another, leaving the visitor spellbound by the man-made
beauty. Added to this are lines of sail boats, small ferries, and large yachts
bobbing rhythmically on the swell by the quay.
The wealth of Symi has been based on sponge diving and shipbuilding. Indeed
just over a hundred years ago, these two industries meant more people lived in
Symi Town than lived in nearby Rhodes Town. Symi has always been famed for its
shipbuilding and legend has it that Symi provided 3 ships for the Greeks in
the Trojan War. Nowadays tourism is the main earner, with enough expats
staying on the island to allow some businesses to remain open all year round.
Some of the houses built in the last two centuries have fallen into disrepair
and the more you explore, the more ruins you will find.
If you’d like to read more, the book Travels through History: 9 Greek Islands is newly available on Amazon.