New Orleans, USA
The birthplace of jazz and home of the world’s most famous Mardi Gras celebrations, New Orleans knows a thing or two about how to party. With live music on every corner, cocktails aplenty and a diverse foodie scene to keep you fuelled, the Big Easy certainly makes it easy to have a good time.
Queenstown, New Zealand
If you’re in the southern hemisphere or are planning a trip further afield, Queenstown in New Zealand is the hot ticket. Described as the adventure capital of the world, it keeps the lights on well after dark with a diverse range of pubs, clubs and ice bars. Pick one beside Lake Wakatipu for epic views – somewhere to really set the scene for a legendary evening.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Nestled among Amsterdam’s picturesque canals and narrow lanes are some of the continent’s most thriving club venues. From industrial bunkers and former squats to an old school building, the Dutch capital has plenty of options for partying the night away with the world’s top DJs. Over the summer there are also a huge number of dance music festivals for outdoor fun.