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Sunsets? Pah. Sunrises are where it’s at and there’s no better time to enjoy one than when sweat-soaked, muscle-drained and more than a little demented after dancing the night away in a top club.

That’s especially the case when abroad. Sure, there’s museums and galleries and all those other things that day walkers go on about, but is there really a more beautiful time to experience a new city than at dawn, when only your wide-eyed mates and the milkman are knocking about? 

1. Ibiza Town, Ibiza

There’s no shortage of European cities that do clubbing well. The undisputed champion, however, has not changed for a long, long time. A years-old cliche for coming-of-age Brits ‘going large’, the Balearics’ party capital Ibiza has endured and evolved, all the while proving why it’s the basis for clubbing stereotypes the world over. Nowhere pulls an all-nighter better.

The town of Ibiza, on the south-east coast of the Spanish island of the same name, might have a population of just 50,000 people, but it’s a bona fide metropolis in the world of turntable, lights shows and bugger-all attire.The readers of DJ Mag certainly think so.

According to them, two of the world’s five best clubs are to be found in Ibiza Town (that’s Space and Pacha), with four in the top 30, then rises further, to six, when including the rest of Ibiza island and looking at the magazine’s whole list of the world’s top 100 venues.

That’s easily more than any other place on the planet, including superclub heavyweights such as London, Miami and Las Vegas.The major players are found either by Ibiza Marina (Pacha and Booom!) or at the Playa d’en Bossa resort area a bit outside town (Sankeys, Space and Ushuaïa).

But don’t just tick off the famous brands, give your bank balance a breather by trying out some of the many smaller – well, less massive – venues. Head for Bora Bora, Grial and Lío, for starters. ‘Ave it!

2. Berlin, Germany

Look no further, techno fans. Forget Detroit, this is your new home. A match for any city in the sleep avoidance stakes, the German capital certainly caters to all musical tastes, but there’s no denying that techno is still where Berlin’s real love lies.

Berghain, often topping ‘world’s best club’ lists, is the obligatory first stop. Also head for the Watergate Club, and don’t miss Weekend for the sensational sunrise views.


Top 5 European clubbing cities: From Ibiza to Berlin, where to go for some of the world's best club parties
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