Related The hottest summer party destinations for

first_img RelatedThe hottest summer party destinations for every budgetWe’re halfway through the summer and party season is in full swing. But it’s not too late to get away if the FOMO is starting to bite. Whatever your budget, we’ve found a party destination for you – whether you want to get down and dirty to techno in Berlin…Europe’s 10 best budget stag and hen do destinationsBest man? Maid of honour? You’ve got a job to do: arrange a stag or hen party that’s not going to cost a fortune. No problem. We’ve chosen 5 top stag and hen do destinations in Europe and created his and hers guides to each party city to help you…Escape from Stag City: Five stag-do destinations off the sick-stained pathEscape from Stag City: Five stag-do destinations off the sick-stained path D is for Detroit, USAPut your hands up for Detroit, instructed Fedde Le Grande in his ‘club smash’ back in 2007. Why? Because Detroit was the birthplace of techno, a whole musical genre spawned by the robotic, electronic disco dancefloor sound of Donna Summer’s ‘I Feel Love’. No disco, and there would have been no house, no dubstep and no Steps – a ‘tragedy’ indeed. Hear the sound of Detroit still going strong today at Sub Club in Glasgow, Scotland.I is for Ibiza, SpainIn 1977, the Bee Gees recorded the soundtrack to Saturday Night Fever, not just one of the disco best records, but one of the best records of any genre, ever, end of. In 1984, Wham! recorded Club Tropicana in Ibiza. Then some blokes from the UK went on their holidays to the Balearic, played disco records that suddenly sounded better after a couple of sangrias, and the rest is history. Not that anyone can remember. S is for Sheffield, UKWe could go for Sweden, for the lunchtime discos of Stockholm and Malmo. The (ever-so-cool) ‘lunchbeat’ craze may be sweeping Europe, but super sexy S has got to be Sheffield, just for that scene in The Full Monty, where the unlikely lads start dancing to Donna’s infectious classic ‘Hot Stuff’ in the job centre. Sheffield was also home to one of the UK’s most famous clubs, Gatecrasher. Sadly the epicentre of hands-in-the-air dancefloor anthems is no more. It was certainly hot stuff in 2007, when it burned down.C is for Camboriu, BrazilWhere? Brazil. Camboriu is South America’s answer to Ibiza, a beach resort where the country’s cash-rich young generation go to boogie. Camboriu is home to Green Valley, the second-best club in the world, according to DJ Magazine. ‘The word’s latest destination venue’ is appropriately-named, set deep in the lush Brazilian countryside. Flights to Brazil are a little more expensive than to Ibiza, so it might only be an option for jet-setting high rollers. But Robin and Donna would have loved it.O is for Oslo, NorwayThe obvious choice is Odessa, the title of a 1969 Bee Gees song, but no, we take another trip to mirrorball-loving Scandinavia. While their Swedish neighbours boogie on down at lunchtime, Oslo’s cool kids do their jive talkin’ all night long at The Villa. No, not Aston Villa, but Oslo’s hottest club, a dark den of cool-as electronica with the Borat-esque slogan ‘SexyTimeDance’ where the spirit of disco is stayin’ alive 25 years on.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map You should be dancing (yeah!) In honour of two much-loved and sadly-departed musical greats, Bee Gee Robin Gibb and disco queen Donna Summer, Skyscanner brings you five D.I.S.C.O. destinations where you can catch Saturday night fever.last_img