Landscapes, food, culture- there is little quite like Cape Town across the globe, an exceptionally gorgeous town nestled at the foothills of the Table Mountain National Park. Nightlife in Cape Town is more like year round thing- excellent booze, balmy weather and an insane Afro-Euro mix colliding in its full swag. Nightspots in Cape Town are in their full bloom in the late hours. Gambling is big here, with many options offering excellent booze and food to go by. So as you go wayfaring across the wild country of Africa, check out the top 3 places to party in Cape Town. Swanky jazz clubs, grungy dive bars and swish lounges: Cape Town serves all palates:


Victoria Road : High-browed partiers and uptight fashionistas are found marching their way through the ‘sunset strip’ in Camps Bay. Palm tree lined promenades are backed by the grandest mansions of Cape Town’s Richie rich. The area is replete with trendy beachfront bars and opulent lounges that offer excellent sundowners and cocktails to everyone who wishes to be ‘seen’. Tables are set on the pavements and raised platforms to give a glistening toast to the setting sun. Baraza is a haven for people who hit the town to shake their booty on live DJ music. Caprice and Sandbar are ideal for a nice sundowner.>
Long Street : Long Street stood up to its name in the yester years since it was the longest one in Cape Town. Located right in the heart of the city, the oldest street in Cape Town is a backpackers’ paradise. Its close proximity to budget hotels and hostels makes it a first-rate choice for those seeking cheap thrills. An eclectic mix of entertainment draws countless young pan-Africans to party till dawn. Running parallel to this one is Bree Street housing the densest cluster of hip bars and laid-back eateries. Then there is Upper Kloof and parts of Kloof Nek which are extensions of Long Street, home to many nightspots in Cape Town. The Beer house, Village Street, ERA, Ficiton Bar are popular bars in Long Street.>
Green Point : For gay revelers, The Green Point is a much-applauded district in Cape Town. Pulse, a swanky Sports Bar flaunts gigantic screens during game season. Opium is a vibrant club popular among booty shakers, whiskey and cigar aficionados. Crew Bar is a slightly cheesy options for gays.>

Cape Town’s heaving soundscape pulls in a lot of music aficionados, budding artists and local favorites to the floor. It may not be as huge as London’s reverberating live music scene, but is magnetic enough to be counted among the best places to party in Africa!