Top 10 Cities for Nightlife in The World

 

10. Bangkok

Bangkok has also been discovered as one of the world’s safest and most peaceful cities. A nightlife ranges from live music in the jazz clubs to restaurants of the world class. In the past 30 years, Bangkok’s once sleazy reputation at night was practically eradicated. Bangkok is the only city in the world to appeal to the LGBT visitors and people with pink taxi cabs. Even women who are not escorted can enjoy Bangkok safely and with no problems. Every bar has a popular girls and bar games display and a variety of stereos vying for the patrons’ attentions.

9. Paris

Paris has become one of Europe’s main political, diplomatic, exchange, design, research, and arts centres. The City of Paris is the center and seat of government of the Île-de-France, or zone of Paris, which has an estimated official population of 12,278,210 in 2020, or around 18 per cent of France’s population. In 2017, the Paris region had a GDP of 709 billion euros (808 billion dollars). Paris was the second most expensive city in the world according to the 2018 Economist Intelligence Unit Worldwide Cost of Living Report.

The city of style at its celebrity-filled Champs-Elysées bars mixes sophistication with edginess. To enjoy food and wine head to the Rue de Lappe and Charonne for a more relaxing atmosphere. Paris is one of the leading hubs of industry and culture in the world today.

8. Madrid

Madrid is the city which, like literally, never sleeps! Each night here ends, or rather begins with partying. Madrid nightlife 2020 has it all, from trendy drinks to bar crawls to partying through the night. In order to keep the party going, Madrid has special bus services called búhos which operate at 1:30 AM once the metro and city bus service closes. The people in Madrid’s nightlife areas party all night and then spill into cafes in the early hours of the morning for a bite of churros and hot chocolate, before eventually calling a day.

7. Amsterdam

Amsterdam is regarded by the study group Globalization and World Cities (GaWC) as an alpha-world region. The city is the Dutch cultural capital too. Many large Dutch institutions, like Philips, AkzoNobel, TomTom and ING, have their headquarters there. Also, many of the world’s largest companies are headquartered in Amsterdam or have established their European headquarters in the city, such as leading technology companies Uber, Netflix and Tesla. In 2012, Amsterdam was ranked second best city to stay in by Mercer’s Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) and 12th globally on environmental and infrastructure standard of living.

6. Los Angeles

Los Angeles is the world’s entertainment city, and it’s opening up a bar for nightlife all over the country. It’s party time here every night and it has the places to show it. In these world-class halls and clubs in Los Angeles, colorful designs and decor, renowned singers, djs and performers set the scene daily. From nightclubs with fantastic music and drinks to cocktail lounges, sports bars and comedy clubs, you’ll be impressed by the nightlife in Los Angeles.

5. Berlin

Berlin is a city of music, politics, the media and science around the world. Its economy is focused on high-tech companies and the service sector, encompassing a range of creative industries, research facilities, media outlets, and conference centers. Berlin acts as an european gateway for air and rail transport, and has a highly complex network of public transport. The metropolitan area is a popular destination for tourists.

Berlin has the hippest bars in the title. Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg have a number of party choices, or if you are going to Mitte and Prenzlauer Berg after an underground or warehouse party. As for the accolade, ‘The City That Never Sleeps,’ Berlin gives the Big Apple a run for its money.

 4. Barcelona

Most visitors know the infamous nightlife in Barcelona very well. Heck, you’ll run into more bachelor parties on any given night than you can count on. Although most are familiar, few know how exhausting a night out really is in the Ciutat Condal. Today, Barcelona is one of the world’s leading tourist, economic, trade fair / exhibition and cultural-sports centers. However, one thing is certain, no matter how you want to party – there’s no such thing as an early night in Barcelona. Great restaurants, bars and clubs line this vibrant area, and the Gothic Quarter and El Raval are where you can find the most action.

3. London

London is known for its nightlife, offering world-class London theatres, West End best clubs, alternative Camden scene, trendy Shoreditch nights out and more. There’s plenty of fun things to do in London at night, including comedy, theatre, music or a night out on the streets.

There’s no question that London has lively nightlife, with Soho and the West End welcoming cocktail and trendy bar lovers and Shoreditch and Dalstone hotspots for mega clubs and DJs on the east side.

2. Las Vegas

The city dominates the metropolitan area of Las Vegas Valley and is the largest city in the broader Mojave Desert. Las Vegas is a major resort city of international renown, known mainly for its gaming, shopping, fine dining, entertainment and nightlife. The entire Las Vegas Valley serves as Nevada’s leading political, commercial, and cultural centre.

The city bills itself as World’s Entertainment Hub, and is renowned for its combined casino – hotels and related entertainment. If you are looking to party until you can no longer play, where else should you go but Vegas? With dazzling casino-hotels at every corner, a series of neon lights, spectacular nightclubs and showgirls, the Vegas Strip is where it’s at.

1. New York City

New York Mayor’s Office of Media and Culture, the city’s nightlife is growing faster than the rest of the overall economy, with jobs and salaries increasing at 5 and 8 percent annual levels, respectively.

It will be hard to top the Big Apple in the nightlife stakes, the city that never sleeps and some of the finest pubs, cocktail lounges, and nightclubs worldwide. Food and dining hotspots include Lower Manhattan and Soho.

BROOKLYN, NY – FEBRUARY 8: A crowd of people partying at the House of Yes, a nightclub, dance for a music video on February 8, 2018 in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York.(Photo by Andrew Lichtenstein/ Corbis via Getty Images)