Berlin is one of those cities that is perfect for solo travel. On the surface, it might seem somewhat intimidating – perhaps owing to the strong sense of character about the city, but its character is one of friendliness, openness, individuality, fun, and warmth. You just gotta scratch the surface a little, then getting under the skin of this unique capital as a solo traveller is a fantastic experience, particularly at night!
You’re never far from a party in Budapest. The city is buzzing with good vibes and happy revelers every night of the week. Our iconic ruin pubs and infamous ‘sparties’ (spa party in our iconic public baths), as well as the annual Zeitgeist festival, has put Budapest firmly on the map as one of Europe’s greatest party capitals; but, not all party-places are created equal and when you’re new to a city it’s easy to end up in a less than impressive club or pub.
Catalonia is mentioned more than a few times in gastronomic history. It was, after all, home of the ultra-famous El Bulli restaurant, and today hosts three triple Michelin starred restaurants, with many others on the rise.
Prague is the quintessential party capital – an abundance of pubs, cocktail bars, venues and exciting nightclubs, mixed with beautiful people, friendly atmosphere, and delicious beer cheaper than water makes nightlife in Prague unmissable!
If you’re visiting Prague, chances are you’re going to have a few beers. After all, this is the capital of the official biggest beer-drinking nation in the world, and delicious local beers cost less than bottled water here! There’s a booming craft beer scene in Prague, and some of the world’s best beers are born and brewed right here in the capital thanks to a revival in Prague breweries.
Take your cocktail drinking to a new level in 2019, with upgraded recipes and unique ingredients to delight your taste buds and keep the party buzzing all night long. Ingredients get as experimental as mushroom-infused spirits, pickle juice, even bark powder (it has soothing medicinal properties).
Berlin is famous for its exhilarating nightlife. When the sun goes down, tourists and locals alike gather in bars and clubs to drink, relax, listen to music and dance the night away. It is easy to find bars in the busiest and most touristy places, and you can certainly enjoy your beer/wine/cocktail there, too, but you’d really be missing out on a proper Berlin nightlife experience if you didn’t seek out the local favorites, those more hidden bars and venues where Berliners go to chill out or party.
The aesthetic of Budapest is an endearing and contrasting mix of old & new, sophisticated & shabby, and often wonderfully eccentric. The ruin pubs of Budapest, housed in abandoned buildings and decorated with unique flair and mismatched furnishings, are an integral element to many people’s perception of the city; but these are relatively new phenomena, springing up in the last sixteen years or so following the pioneering Szimpla Kert ruin bar.