16 Best Travel Destinations for Single Men

Traveling as a single man opens you up to a whole world of places and activities that are perfect for either a group of bachelors, or a lone wolf on the prowl. Whether your scene is pubs, clubs, or even the mountainside, there’s a place on this list that’s perfect for your next getaway.

London

London is famous for its fantastic party scene, and is a great place to go out with just the guys. Whether the plan is to enjoy drinks in a small group, or adventure out with a huge party, there’s a place for everyone. Pick a pub in a quiet spot along the Thames if your scene is more dinner and conversation, or hit Corsica Studios or Electric Brixton for dancing (dubstep, garage, and drum ‘n’ bass are their specialties).

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Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro is famous for hosting Carnival every year in February. Generally considered the biggest carnival in the world, it averages about 2 million people hitting the streets each day during the height of the festivities. The five days of Carnival are full of beautiful bodies, amazing music, and delicious food and drinks. Even if you’re not into dancing yourself, the giant samba parades at the Sambadrome and the balls at Copacabana Palace are a must see.

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Puerto Rico

A perfect place for a relaxing weekend getaway, Puerto Rico is only a few hours flight away from most cities in the USA, and features many beautiful beaches, as well as exciting city life once night falls. The dance clubs in Puerto Rico are legendary, and feature some of the newest reggaeton and danza music each night. During the day, be sure to visit the Don Collins cigar factory: the building is the oldest cigar factory in the Caribbean, and is a top pick for tourists visiting San Juan.

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Ibiza

Ibiza is a fantastic destination for a guy who wants to spend all night partying with some of the most beautiful people in Europe. Many DJs test out their newest house and electronic anthems at the top clubs in Ibiza, which draws people from all over the world to party on this tiny island every summer. During the day, soothe your hangover with a cold beer while sitting on a gorgeous beach.

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