The nightlife goes on and on…
The Balearic Islands are internationally famous for their fantastic nightlife, and Palma is an outstanding example of this. There a numerous outdoor cafés, pubs and bars all around the city which make ideal places for enjoying a drink, and large discos where you can dance to the beat of some of the best-known DJs on the music scene. Many of these nightspots are located on the seafront promenade, and you're more than likely to bump into one of the numerous celebrities who choose the island as their holiday destination.
Palma also offers a whole range of options to enjoy before "going out on the town”: from a lively evening in the old part of town or in areas near the beach, or a visit to the casino or taking in a show –either musical dancing and acrobatics– while you dine in a typical Majorcan courtyard decorated for the occasion.
All year round you'll find festivals, concerts, plays, dance performances and exhibitions in the major museums such as Es Baluard, where you can enjoy the most traditional culture through to the very latest trends. A highlight of the classical music programme is the Winter Festival. But Palma is also home to jazz (with the Jazz Voyeur Festival), opera (the season in the Teatro Principal is highly recommended) and contemporary music, with festivals such as the Alternatilla Multidisciplinary festival or the Waiting for Waits festival.
The most typical festivities in the city, such as the fiestas of Revetla de Sant Antoni, Sant Sebastià and Sant Joan, offer performances for everyone and street parades where you'll find it hard to resist the temptation to join in the high sprits and friendly atmosphere.
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One of the most fashionable areas for clubbing at night is Santa Catalina
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