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Best Party places in France??
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Can anyone please tell me the best parties spots in France?? Thanks

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If you are not into mud bathing, avoid all Fete de L’Humanite that may be passing your way, wherever they are…

For party places, it all depends what you are into. There are great music festivals (lasting 2-5 days) all over the country but you gotta do your homework and check our location and buy tickets by time.

If the music scene is not what you are into and the relaxed and trendy Cote Azur is what party means to you, head to Cannes or any other reasonably sized town on the Blue Coast. Without forgetting about the Monaco Principate.

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1. Ibiza, Spain
2. Amsterdam, Holland
3. Pamplona, Spain
4. Barcelona, Spain
5. Athens, Greece
6. Stockholm, Sweden

these are best places for party in France.

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Toulouse is seething with young people from all over the place.
This is not the nightlife scene as found in Cannes, more regular people than wealthy types.

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Cil wrote:
Toulouse is seething with young people from all over the place. This is not the nightlife scene as found in Cannes, more regular people than wealthy types.

Toulouse is a university town. I guess it’s dead during the summer, no?

I’m travelling to France too. There doesn’t seem to be as many hostels there as in other parts in Europe…Frown.

Nice is a must.

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cooldsunshine wrote:
Cil wrote:
Toulouse is seething with young people from all over the place. This is not the nightlife scene as found in Cannes, more regular people than wealthy types.

Toulouse is a university town. I guess it’s dead during the summer, no?

I’m travelling to France too. There doesn’t seem to be as many hostels there as in other parts in Europe…Frown.

Nice is a must.


Nice is a must, but staying there isn’t. I believe there is a hostel in Antibes. And as I said in the other thread, don’t forget about Couchsurfing.

Toulouse would not necessarily be dead during the summer because there are still plenty of younger people who are professors/teachers rather than students. There are at least four different universities in Toulouse.