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Ultimate Guide: The Best 5 Night Clubs Tokyo

Ultimate Guide: The Best 5 Night Clubs Tokyo

Tokyo nightlife is famed worldwide for being extremely high-energy, with the best music perfectly combining Japanese music and international numbers with the most extravagant lighting and lasers, leading to a long night of fist-pumping dancing. Several nightclubs in Tokyo feature hip-hop, multiple dance floors, casino games, and even unique features like a karaoke room. Some of these clubs have stunning views of the Tokyo skyline.

Some of the best night clubs Tokyo are not only dance clubs with good dance music and world-class DJs but are also show clubs like the famous Tantra Tokyo Show Club which is like an artistic lounge featuring pole dancing performances and other classy events that are renowned throughout the city. Let’s look at the five best nightclubs in Tokyo Japan that are predominantly geared toward dancing and loud music!

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? Address 7 Chome-13-7 Roppongi, Minato City, Tokyo 106-0032, Japan. Get Directions
? Open Monday – Sunday, from 9 pm to 5 am

Located in the Roppongi area, this popular dance Tokyo nightclub is among the most renowned names in the capital city of Japan’s nightlife scene. With a staff that speaks English, this is the perfect club to go to if you’re a tourist. This huge club hosts several shows and famous international DJs. EDM lovers would thoroughly enjoy this place as it also has the best sound system compared to other cubs. The staff is known to be extremely friendly at this nightclub.

They have a karaoke room, two dance floors, several table games, and live dancers. This club is highly active on Fridays and Saturdays. The club has private VIP tables and a whole VIP section with bottle service. They also play rock music and are featured as a top hip-hop club in Tokyo. Their late-night pizza parlor adds the perfect touch to a night of post-clubbing eating.

9 Best Things To Do In Tokyo9 Best Things To Do In Tokyo WARP Shinjuku WARP Shinjuku club TokyoImage Credit: WARP Shinjuku, TripAdvisorKEY INFO

? Address Japan, 10-0021 Tokyo, Shinjuku City, Kabukicho, 1 Chome-21-1 Second
Toa Kaikan B1. Get Directions
? Open Monday – Sunday, from 9 pm to 4:45 am

WARP is a fairly new and popular dance club in Tokyo, but it has already made a mark and taken Tokyo nightlife by storm. Shinjuku, as a party area, usually has the best establishments catered to predominately the gay community, with WARP also being inclusive of everyone. With three separate dance floors and a huge main dance floor flanked by the largest LED screens in any club in Tokyo, and four different bars, expect a huge plethora of an all-consuming sound system, lights that go with the energy of the club perfectly, and the constant pour of high-quality liquor. This is the biggest nightclub in this area.

The VIP tables surround the main dance floor, and one of the bars, called Envy Me, offers the best pricing of drinks. Considering the popularity of this club amongst the mostly young Japanese crowd, it might be quite a long wait in line to enter, but once you do, it will certainly all be worth it. This dance club plays hard EDM music and international hip-hop, making it perfect for serious music lovers. One of hottest Tokyo clubs, WARP, is located in the red light district of Shinjuku and is the only club of this caliber. It is only a short walk from main places like the Robot restaurant.

5 Best Hotels In Tokyo 5 Best Hotels In Tokyo Sel Octagon Sel Octagon club, Tokyo, people dancing in a club in Tokyo Image Credit: Sel OctagonKEY INFO

? Address Japan, 106-0032 Tokyo, Minato City, Roppongi, 7 Chome−8−6, Axall Roppongi, B1F.
Get Directions
? Open Monday – Sunday, from 10 pm to 4:30 am

One of the finest entertainment venues in Tokyo, Sel Octagon, also located in Roppongi, features world-class DJs and gorgeous interiors with huge dance floors. This club was thoroughly missed for a few years as it closed down due to the pandemic and only recently opened its doors again. The club features high-quality EDM music only, with gorgeous light displays and production to accompany it. It is the only nightclub solely dedicated to EDM in this area.

With a large main dance floor, and a newly launched lounge floor along with a back entrance for VIP guests, this club is the place to be on weekend nights. This dance club is a hidden gem that might be hard to find as it’s been purposely hidden inside a building to give it an exclusive feeling is truly one of a kind. It has a fine dining option within the club, and the Gallery Bar in the club is beautiful. A must-visit for serious music fans, especially EDM.

Harlem Harlem night club, TokyoImage Credit: Timeout.comKEY INFO

? Address Japan, 150-0044 Tokyo, Shibuya City, Maruyamacho, 2-4, Dr. Siegans. Get Directions
? Open Monday – Saturday, from 10 pm to 5 am

A pure hip-hop club that largely features authentic Japanese hip-hop, Harlem is not a fancy club like the others listed here and has a simple rustic warehouse aesthetic to it. It boasts the best parts of Japanese youth culture and is rumored to be one of the best hip-hop clubs in Japan, not just in Tokyo.

Some of the best Japanese artists perform in Harlem’s hip-hop events making it a hub for up-and-coming talent. This multi-storeyed club has large bars, dance floors, and lounges expanding three different floors. The third-floor lounge has intimate seating, more of relaxed R&B music, and a VIP area.

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? Address 2-16 Maruyamacho, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0044, Japan. Get Directions
? Open Wednesday – Saturday, from 10 pm to 4:30 am

Ranked 47 amongst DJ Mag’s list of top 100 nightclubs, Womb is the ultimate party destination with house music, bass music parties, and the best techno. Another great club in the Shibuya area, this club is within walking distance from the Shibuya station. Three huge floors of bars, dance floors, and several different VIP areas, including a gorgeous entirely new VIP balcony and a redone lounge area.

World-class DJs strut around in the esteemed VIP area and so do Japan’s premier acts. Don’t miss this high-energy club with loud stomping bass, packed with mostly young Japanese people all enjoying a long night of drinking and dancing.

Frequently Asked Questions Which part of Tokyo has the best nightlife?

The areas of Roppongi, Shibuya, and Shinjuku have the most happening and lively nightlife scenes, with Roppongi being the most popular amongst international tourists.

What are some must-visit destinations for clubbing in Japan?

Some must-visit destinations for clubbing Japan include Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, and Fukuoka. Each city offers its own unique nightlife experiences, from cutting-edge electronic music scenes to vibrant underground clubs and stylish lounges.

Which districts are best for clubbing in Tokyo?

Tokyo’s top clubbing districts include Roppongi, Shibuya, Ginza, Kabukicho, and Shinjuku, each offering a diverse range of bars, restaurants, and nightclubs catering to different tastes and preferences.

Where do foreigners hang out in Tokyo?

Most international tourists and foreigners go to Roppongi as it was intended to be an important tourist attraction for its nightlife. Several international chains like Hard Rock Cafe are located here, along with some of the best clubs in Tokyo.

What are some of the dance clubs in Tokyo known for their electrifying atmosphere and pulsating beats?

Some of the hottest dance clubs in Tokyo known for their electrifying atmosphere and pulsating beats include WOMB, ageHa, and Vision. These venues offer top-notch sound systems, diverse music genres, and energetic crowds, ensuring an unforgettable night of dancing and excitement.

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Last update: 16 Apr 2024

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Our guide to the Boston Freedom Trail includes all 16-historic stops along its 2.5-mile route through Boston. We’ll give you the tools and tips to take a free walking tour including all of the Freedom Trail stops in order with site descriptions.

In one afternoon, you’ll see the cradle of the American Revolution and understand why Boston is the home to the Patriots. This Freedom Trail guide is a must-have if you’re planning on walking the Trail.

Freedom Trail Stop 1: Boston Common George Washington Monument at Public Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.Photo Credit: Deposit Photos.

The Freedom Trail starts at Boston Common. Word to the wise, it’s not the Boston Commons. This 44-acre park was the first city park in America dating back to 1634. A large parking garage and a stop on the metro line make it a logistically convenient start to the Freedom Trail.

Boston Common has been a focal point of the city’s life from protests, to hangings, to celebrations. Fun fact – the first organized football game was played here in 1862, and it’s the first stop on the Boston Freedom Trail.

Freedom Trail Stop 2: Massachusetts State House Massachusetts-State-HousePhoto Credit: Deposit Photos.

From the Boston Commons, you can see the iconic golden dome of the State House. Charles Bulfinch, America’s first professional architect, designed it after another one of his famous structures – The Capital Building. You can extend your Freedom Trail tour with a free tour of the State House.

Passing through the massive front doors of the Massachusetts State House, you look overhead to see stained-glass ceilings sparkling with an inner luminescence. Marble statues, floors, staircases, and archways surround you. On every wall, you find historical paintings and murals. A must stop site along the Freedom Trail.

Freedom Trail Stop 3: Park Street Church Park Street ChurchPhoto Credit: Jenn Coleman.

Puritan Religion, Boston, and the quest for freedom go hand in hand since the colony began. Park Street Church was an epicenter for religious faith and activism since the first sermon in 1810 and continues to remain active today.

How significant was Park Street Church? For starters, it was the tallest building in America for 18 years. Edward Beecher, the brother of Harriet Beecher Stowe, was a pastor at Park Street Church from 1826 to 1830. On July 4th, 1831 “My Country, ‘Tis of Thee” premiered at the Park Street Church.

If you know the words to that song, you ought to visit Park Street Church. If you’re singing God Save The Queen instead, perhaps the Freedom Trail isn’t for you.

Freedom Trail Stop 4: The Granary Burying Ground BOSTON - MAY 30: Boston's Freedom trail with Granary Burying Ground on May 30, 2014. The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile-long red (mostly brick) path through downtown Boston.Photo Credit: Deposit Photos.

The Granary Burying Ground is Boston’s third-oldest cemetery and the final resting place for many notable Revolutionary War-era patriots.

You’ll see many peoples’ lives commemorated on the Freedom Trail, so it’s only fitting that you see their final resting place at the Burying Ground. The cemetery has 2,345 gravestones, but 5,000 people are believed to have been buried there including:

  • Paul Revere
  • Samuel Adams
  • John Hancock
  • Robert Treat Paine
  • The Five victims of the Boston Massacre (yes…unbelievably there are only 5!)

Freedom Trail Stop 5: King’s Chapel King's Chapel BostonPhoto Credit: Deposit Photos.

The original King’s Chapel, founded in 1686, was Boston’s first Anglican church. The new building constructed in 1754 still stands today as and operates as an independent Christian Unitarian congregation.

The King’s Chapel earned the designation of National Historic Landmark in 1960. Adjacent to the church is the King’s Chapel burial ground, Boston’s first European cemetery.

Freedom Trail Stop 6: Boston Latin School / Ben Franklin Statue Ben-Franklin-Statue-BostonPhoto Credit: Canva.

Boston Latin School was America’s first free public school, founded in 1635. To understand the significance of public education, you need to look no farther than its most famous pupil, Ben Franklin. Franklin- aka Poor Richard-was the 10th child of his father’s second marriage. There was no way his father, a candle maker, could have afforded to educate all his children.

It’s not a far stretch to say Ben Franklin’s contribution to America comes directly from the lessons he learned at the Boston Latin School.

Freedom Trail Stop 7: Old Corner Bookstore Old Corner BookstorePhoto Credit: WikiMedia Commons.

The Old Corner Bookstore is over three centuries old and home to publishing giant Ticknor and Fields. While that name might not be familiar to you, you are bound (pun intended) to have heard of some of their titles.

The presses here published many landmark books including Thoreau’s Walden, Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter, Longfellow’s Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, and the Atlantic Monthly including Ward Howe’s Battle Hymn of the Republic. As crazy cat people, we are very familiar with the work of the Atlantic, lol!

Freedom Trail Stop 8: Old South Meeting House Old South Meeting House in downtown Boston, MA, the United States. People on the backgroundPhoto Credit: Deposit Photos.

What did old Bostonian’s meet about? Tax debates and Puritan sermons mostly. But when these sermons and debates peaked, they ignited the Boston Tea Party which in turn sparked the American Revolution.

Taxation without representation was no longer an abstract construct. At the Old South Meeting House, you can remember the 350 brave men who boarded a British vessel and turned an ideal into action.

Freedom Trail Stop 9: Old State House Boston, Massachusetts, USA Old State House and cityscape.Photo Credit: Deposit Photos.

The Old State House is Boston’s oldest standing public building. Perhaps its most memorable moment didn’t happen inside the walls but on the east side balcony. It was there in July of 1776 that Col. Thomas Crafts read the Declaration of Independence to a jubilant crowd of Bostonians, and now Americans. Two hundred years later, Queen Elizabeth II gave another speech from the Old State House balcony –

If Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, and other patriots could have known that one day a British monarch would stand on the balcony of the Old State House, from which the Declaration of Independence was first read to the people of Boston, and be greeted in such kind and generous words ….. well, I think they would have been extremely surprised!

Perhaps they would also have been pleased to know that eventually, we came together again as free peoples and friends to defend together, side by side, the very ideals for which the American Revolution was fought.

Freedom Trail Stop 10: Boston Massacre Site The famous Boston Massacre Monument in Boston, USAPhoto Credit: Deposit Photos.

Nearly years before the Boston Tea Party, Bostonians forced the evacuation of British troops from the city. On March 5th, 1770, the infamous Boston Massacre occurred. Redcoats opened fire on a crowd later described as a motley rabble of saucy boys. The subsequent trial found the majority of the soldiers innocent and the others received a reduced sentence.

The media war surrounding the incident further degraded the relationship with the Crown and increased tension within the Colonies, and we all know how that ended.

Freedom Trail Stop 11: Faneuil Hall Faneuil Hall and Quincy market in Boston USAPhoto Credit: Deposit Photos.

Faneuil Hall hosted so many pivotal speeches about the American Revolution and constitutional rights that it’s called the “Cradle of Liberty” and “the home of free speech.” It’s often rated as one of America’s most visited tourist sites.

History buffs and freedom buffs alike love Faneuil Hall. Nowadays, if you are into shopping or food, it is the place to be!

Freedom Trail Stop 12: Paul Revere House Paul Revere HousePhoto Credit: Jenn Coleman.

Dating back to 1680, the Paul Revere House is the oldest remaining structure in Boston. Just who is Paul Revere? Henry Wadsworth Longfellow immortalized him with the poem Paul Revere’s Ride. In the poem, Revere sees two lanterns in the steeple of the Old North Church and rides out into the night to muster patriots for the battles of Lexington and Concord.

In Wadsworth’s poem, the fate of the revolution rests with Revere. However, in real life, three riders set out. Of those three, only Prescott arrived at Concord in time to warn the troops. Paul Revere was captured by the British. Some say Wadsworth manipulated the truth for poetic effect:

Listen, my children, and you shall hear
Of the midnight ride of Paul Revere

Even without the poem, Paul Revere earned his place in American history.

Freedom Trail Stop 13: Old North Church Old-North-Church-BostonPhoto Credit: Jenn Coleman.

The Old North Church is the oldest standing church in Boston dating back to 1775. Just old enough for house lanterns in the steeple if you’ve just read the Paul Revere House entry. Of course, Longfellow wasn’t entirely accurate in his poetry.

The “One if by land, two if by sea” signals weren’t to Paul Revere. They were from Paul Revere. Upon Paul Revere’s instructions, Robert Newman, Captain John Pulling, and Thomas Bernard began the task of hoisting the lanterns while Revere set out on his midnight ride.

Freedom Trail Stop 14: Copp’s Hill Burying Ground Copp's Hill Burying GroundPhoto Credit: Canva.

Copp’s Hill Burying Ground is the second oldest cemetery in Boston. It’s fallen into disrepair several times during its history, and the historical boundaries are not entirely documented. That makes for fantastic ghost stories and gravesites of primarily Colonial-era figures.

Pro-tip: If you’re running short on time or energy, try to make it to the Old North Church and Copp’s Hill before you turn around. It’s still a mile farther till you get to stop 16: Bunker Hill monument.

The first fourteen stops on the Freedom Trail are on the first mile and a half. The final two are spread out over a mile. There’s a lot more bang to the buck on the front end of the Freedom Trail.

Freedom Trail Stop 15: USS Constitution USS ConstitutionPhoto Credit: Deposit Photos.

Christened in Boston in 1797, USS Constitution is the United States Navy’s oldest commissioned warship. The Constitution earned her the moniker “Old Ironsides” following a battle in the War of 1812 with the British frigate HMS Guerriere.

Although of limited military significance, this battle was the first time a US ship won a single ship battle against a similar British foe. The news of the victory was an immeasurable boost to morale.

Freedom Trail Stop 16: Bunker Hill Monument

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The Travel Summit 2024: Three New Sponsors, Special Guest Updates, and More!

I’m looking forward to seeing you very soon at the second edition of The Travel Summit in Toronto on April 26–28, 2024.

Today, I’m very pleased to share with you a number of exciting updates, including a host of new sponsors, an exciting enhancement to our VIP Evening Event, a special guest update, and more…

Welcome to the Travel Summit, Air Canada!

We’re thrilled to announce that Air Canada will join us as a Diamond Sponsor at The Travel Summit 2024.

Air Canada is Canada’s largest airline, and the largest provider of scheduled passenger services in the Canadian market. Air Canada provides scheduled service directly to more than 180 airports in Canada, the United States, and Internationally on six continents.

Air Canada’s Aeroplan program is Canada’s premier travel loyalty program, where members can earn or redeem points on the world’s largest airline partner network of 45 airlines, plus through an extensive range of merchandise, hotel, and car rental partners.

Air Canada Vacations offers more travel choices than any other Canadian tour operator to hundreds of destinations worldwide, with a wide selection of hotels, flights, cruises, day tours, and car rentals.

Air Canada’s predecessor, Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) inaugurated its first flight on September 1, 1937. The 55-minute flight aboard a Lockheed 10A carried passengers and mail between Vancouver and Seattle. By 1965, TCA changed its name to Air Canada, which became fully privatized in 1988. Its corporate headquarters are located in Montreal.

Welcome to The Travel Summit, TravelCon!

We’re delighted to announce that TravelCon joins us as a Platinum Sponsor at The Travel Summit 2024.

TravelCon is the business event for travel creators. It’s back and better than ever in 2024, taking place from May 15–17, 2024, in Portland, Oregon.

Our goal is to help travel creators turn their passion into a profession and then scale their online presence. You’ll be among hundreds of travel creators – including yours truly (Ricky Zhang) – who get you, your work, and your passion for travel.

Whether you’re a seasoned creator or on the cusp of being full-time, TravelCon will empower you with the latest strategies, insights, and tools, as well as connect you with the brand and industry reps you want to work with.

Learn more on The TravelCon website.

Welcome to The Travel Summit, CardPointers!

We’re very pleased to announce that CardPointers joins us as a Silver Sponsor at The Travel Summit 2024.

CardPointers saves users money and earns them more cash back, points, and miles every day by maximizing credit card spend bonuses, offers, and welcome bonuses. Most users save $750+ per year!

The app automatically tracks every category bonus and recurring bank credits from over 5,000 credit cards and helps you use your Amex US, Chase, Bank of America, and Citibank offers to save even more money every day.

An Enhanced VIP Banquet

Guests with a VIP ticket at The Travel Summit 2024 will be treated to an exclusive VIP banquet with speakers and invited guests at the St. Regis Toronto on Friday, April 25 from 6–10pm. 

Dinner and drinks are included in the banquet, and registration will also be available for VIP guests. You’ll also enjoy a special performance by Tyler Shaw during the evening’s festivities.

Today, we’re excited to announce that Air Canada will offer VIP guests a hosted sampling of curated wine, sparkling wine, and Champagne from the current Air Canada Signature Suite menu during the event. This will include the newest Champagne – Duval-Leroy – available onboard Air Canada flights, and it will be lead by a Sommelier.

Special Guests Update

On Saturday, April 26, 2024, The Travel Summit 2024 attendees will be treated to the Industry Leaders Panel: An Inside View of Travel & Loyalty. 

We’re happy to announce that Dave Canty, Head of Loyalty & Partnerships at Bilt Rewards, will be participating in our panel.

Joining us onstage will be a star-studded roster of industry experts, including the following:

  • Ben Lipsey, SVP Customer Loyalty | Head of Air France KLM Flying Blue
  • Dave Canty, Head of Loyalty & Partnerships, Bilt Rewards
  • Mark Ross-Smith, CEO and Co-Founder, StatusMatch
  • Scott O’Leary, VP Loyalty & Product, Air Canada

The panel will be moderated by Mike Arnot of Juliett Alpha Communications, and it’s sure to be an intriguing discussion of travel and loyalty from some of the industry’s key players.

Special Offers for Attendees of The Travel Summit 2024

Attendees of The Travel Summit 2024 will benefit from a number of exclusive offers through our sponsors.

Travelling to The Travel Summit and back? Let ALLWAYS Meet & Assist make your airport journey seamless. Enjoy a special 20% discount on ALLWAYS Meet & Assist services at Toronto Pearson Airport, whether you’re flying solo or with a group, our dedicated team will ensure a stress-free travel experience from start to finish.

Simply use promo code TRAVELSUMMIT20 when booking to redeem your discount. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to travel hassle-free in the airport with ALLWAYS Meet & Assist. Discount is valid from now until April 30, 2024.

Plus, The Travel Summit 2024 attendees can get 50% off annual and lifetime plans from CardPointers, which is the largest discount available across any partner. Simply head to our exclusive landing page on the CardPointers website to take advantage of your discount today.

Full Weekend Schedule

The Travel Summit 2024 will take place April 26–28, 2024 in Toronto, with a jam-packed schedule for the entire weekend. The full schedule is available on The Travel Summit website.

On Friday evening, we’ll host a VIP banquet exclusively for our VIP guests from 6–10pm at the St. Regis Toronto.

Then, The Travel Summit 2024 kicks off in earnest at 8am on Saturday, April 27, beginning with general registration.

The sessions on the first day will continue through 5:15pm, before the Saturday Night Party begins at The Westin Harbour Castle at 6pm, running until late.

The conference begins once again on Sunday, April 28 at 9am to allow for some extra shut-eye after the previous evening’s festivities, before closing out at 4:45pm.

Over the course of the weekend, we’ll feature a total of six breakout sessions, with a total of 24 topics to choose from. These come in addition to the three keynote addresses and one from our charity partner, Miles4Migrants.

The Travel Summit website has been updated with the most current list of speakers, which is subject to change in the leadup to the event.

The grand prize draws will take place throughout the event, and you must be in attendance at the event in order to claim your prize.

We look forward to announcing more grand prize draws in the near future!

A Detailed Look at Breakout Sessions

Each breakout time slot features one topic in each of our four tracks, styled under the broad themes of Miles & Points – The Points Beginner, Miles & Points – The Frequent Flyer, Travel Freedom – The Lifestyle Designer, and Travel Freedom – The Content Creator.

Absorb one track throughout the weekend, or mix-and-match – you can customize your weekend and attend any sessions that catch your interest.

Speakers have been assigned to each session, so you can now see who’ll be presenting each topic.

Miles & Points – The Points Beginner

New to the art of travelling the world on points? Our introductory sessions will teach you everything you need to know to start flying high in no time.

  • From Earn to Burn: A Step-by-Step Guide to the Points Journey, with Mike Dodge and T.J. Dunn
  • Who Deserves Your Loyalty? How to Choose the Right Hotel Program for You, with Anshul Singh
  • A Deep Dive into Award Availability, with Spencer Howard
  • Maximize as a Minimalist: Earn More Points with Only a Few Credit Cards, with Julia Menez
  • Taming the Beast: A Master Workshop for Staying Organized, with Tara McAndrew and Josh Greenberg
  • Year Two with a Credit Card: Keep, Switch, or Cancel?, with Nick Reyes and Josh Greenberg

Miles & Points – The Frequent Flyer

Learn about how to maximize the travel tools and loyalty programs at your fingertips to elevate your journeys and live the jet-setting life.

  • Understanding Car Rental Insurance, with Ben Komenkul
  • Level Up Your Wallet with Killer Credit Card Combos, with Nick Reyes
  • Using Schedule Changes to Your Advantage, with Scott Kennedy
  • How to Find Cheap Premium Fares with Google Flights, with Ashley Peterson
  • How to Book Aspirational First Class Flights on Points, with Tommy Lonergan
  • Know and Enforce Your Air Passenger Rights, with Gábor Lukács

Travel Freedom – The Lifestyle Designer

From location independence to long-term adventures, discover a wide range of approaches to seek ultimate freedom and fulfillment through travel.

  • See the World with Kids: The Pursuit of Fulfilling Family Travel, with Amy Tung
  • The Triangle of Freedom: How to Achieve Time, Financial, and Location Freedom through Our Lifestyle First Approach, with Travis Sherry
  • Unlocking Travel & Lifestyle Freedom with Real Estate, with Ashley Antidormi and Spencer Giles
  • Solo Travel Tips: Overcoming Your Fears and Embracing the Journey, with Senitra Horbrook
  • Remote Work Hacks: Top Productivity Tips from a Lifelong Digital Nomad, with Nora Dunn
  • What I Learned Travelling Full-time for Eight Years Straight out of High School, with Nonstop Dan

Travel Freedom – The Content Creator

Can your journeys inspire others to explore? Capture the world through your lens and transform your passion into a powerful platform.

  • Panel: Finding Success as a Travel Video Creator on YouTube, with Ricky Zhang, Nonstop Dan, and Maxwell Grover
  • Amplify Your Travel Storytelling with Tourism Partnerships, with Chris Hau
  • Building a Travel Business on Instagram: A Founder’s Journey, with Albert Hsieh
  • Panel: The Ins & Outs of Being a Miles & Points Creator, with Ricky Zhang, Spencer Howard, Ashley Peterson, Julia Menez, and Albert Hsieh
  • How to Build a Successful Freelance Career in Travel, with Chris Dong
  • Panel: Getting Started and Finding Your Niche as a Travel Creator, with Matthew Kepnes, Nora Dunn, and Travis Sherry

The #1 Event for Elevating Your Travel

The idea behind The Travel Summit was to create an event series where travellers from around the world meet to exchange new ideas, make new connections, and elevate their travel.

The Travel Summit is a gathering place for frequent travellers, first-time travellers, aspirational travellers, budget travellers, world travellers, and luxury travellers.

It’s open to anyone for whom travel is a core part of their identity, and who wishes to unlock the freedom of travelling the world on their own terms.

The Travel Summit is hosted by our team at Prince of Travel, where we believe that maximizing rewards points and loyalty programs is the best way to travel.

Thus, the event is geared towards helping attendees learn all of the best knowledge, tips, and strategies for travelling the world on points – all while exploring novel topics within the wider travel industry as a whole and how they shape each and every one of us as we discover the world.

Attendees will be able to attend keynote presentations with executives from major airlines and loyalty programs, as well as our charity partner Miles4Migrants.

Furthermore, you’ll also be able to choose from a number of breakout sessions spread across the weekend.

Each breakout time slot features one topic in each of our four tracks, styled under the broad themes of Miles & Points – The Points Beginner, Miles & Points – The Frequent Flyer, Travel Freedom – The Lifestyle Designer, and Travel Freedom – The Content Creator.

What’s more, there’ll be ample time in between agenda items for networking with your fellow guests, speakers, and sponsors, as well as a Saturday night evening party to keep the conversations flowing over drinks and music.

Stay tuned for more details to come around The Travel Summit 2024 as it all comes together. 

Elevate Your Experience with a VIP Ticket

In addition, purchasing a VIP Ticket to The Travel Summit grants you access to an exclusive VIP Evening Event at the St. Regis Toronto with the event hosts and speakers, complete with dinner and drinks included. 

As a VIP Ticket holder, you’ll enjoy an elevated experience throughout the weekend – including front-row seating, a dedicated VIP Lounge at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, and an enhanced lunch on both days of the event.

Your VIP Ticket also comes with a $250 (CAD) hotel credit redeemable towards hotels booked with Prince Collection, as well as more exciting VIP perks still to come!

VIP Evening Event at the St. Regis TorontoGet Your Tickets Now

Your General Admission ticket to The Travel Summit includes the following:

  • Access to The Travel Summit Toronto 2024 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre
  • Keynote presentations, panel discussions, and breakout sessions across two days
  • Networking with expert travellers
  • Lunch on Saturday & Sunday
  • Saturday evening party
  • Special offers from leading travel brands
  • Prize draws and giveaways
  • Video recordings of all presentations
  • More exciting event perks to be announced.

Your VIP Ticket to The Travel Summit includes the following:

  • Everything included in a General Admission ticket
  • VIP Evening Event with speakers at the St. Regis Toronto, including dinner & drinks
  • Exclusive VIP lounge at Metro Toronto Convention Centre
  • Enhanced lunch on Saturday and Sunday
  • Front row seating
  • $250 (CAD) credit towards hotels booked with Prince of Travel
  • More exciting VIP perks to be announced.

General admission tickets are priced as follows, depending on when you make your purchase:

  • Last-minute tickets are $449 (CAD) per person, and are available until April 25, 2024.

VIP Tickets are priced at $995 (CAD) per person, and are limited in number. If you’re interested in a VIP Ticket, we’d recommend making your purchase sooner rather than later. 

Prince of Travel Platinum Members receive a $50 (CAD) discount on their first ticket. 

If you follow one of the event speakers, you may reach out to them for a discount code that also helps support their work.

You can visit The Travel Summit website to purchase tickets, or log in to your Member dashboard to purchase discounted tickets as a Prince of Travel Platinum Member. 

Refer to the Frequently Asked Questions on The Travel Summit website for the event’s refund policy and other key details.

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What to Do and Where to Go if You’re Visiting
Sacramento

What to Do and Where to Go if You’re Visiting Sacramento

Wander With Wonder – Discovering Wow Moments Around the World or Across the Street

Sacramento offers a captivating history, beautiful outdoor landscapes, a vibrant arts scene, and locally sourced culinary delights.

Sacramento is a city that beautifully intertwines its historical charm with modern elements. Here, the harmony between nature and city life is seamless, and diversity is celebrated in every aspect. The city’s rich past, expansive green spaces, and thriving arts community create a blend of experiences tailored to all types of visitors.

Whether you’re a history buff, an outdoor enthusiast seeking adventure, a food lover, or a family looking for fun and educational activities, Sacramento extends a warm welcome to all!

Historical and Cultural Landmarks

Sacramento’s diverse history and culture are showcased through its landmarks and sites. Exploring these gems offers a glimpse into California’s fascinating background, unveiling stories of pivotal events and influential figures shaping the state and the country.

Old Sacramento Waterfront

The Old Sacramento Waterfront exudes charm from the 19th century era. Its quaint cobblestone streets, horse-drawn carriages, and historic architecture transport visitors back to the time of the California Gold Rush.

Historic buildings line the street in Old Town Sacramento near the waterfront.

Historic buildings line the street in Old Town Sacramento near the waterfront. Photo by pabradyphoto via iStock by Getty Images

Sacramento also boasts an array of museums, such as the California State Railroad Museum, where visitors can delve into the history of the railroad’s impact on the Western region. The lively district also offers a variety of unique stores and dining spots and the chance to enjoy a leisurely boat ride along the Sacramento River.

California State Capitol and Museum

The California State Capitol is not only the seat of the state government but also a living museum that showcases California’s rich political history and legislative process. Visitors can explore the beautiful Capitol building, which combines Neoclassical and Renaissance Revival architectural styles, and wander through Capitol Park, which features gardens, memorials, and a collection of trees from around the world. Free guided tours provide a deeper understanding of California’s government workings and the Capitol’s historical significance.

California State Capitol Building

The California State Capitol Building in Sacramento. Photo by James Michael House via iStock by Getty Images

Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park

Sutter’s Fort is a reminder of Sacramento’s role in shaping Westward Expansion. Founded in 1839 by Swiss immigrant John Sutter, this fort was a hub for agriculture and trade during California’s early years. It held prominence during the Gold Rush era, serving as a sanctuary for those in need and as a meeting point for gold seekers and pioneers.

Today, the fort has been transformed into a State Historic Park where guests can wander through the restored buildings and discover the way of life in California before the gold rush.

Gastronomic Pleasures

Sacramento, known as America’s Farm to Fork Capital, is a haven for food enthusiasts. The city’s culinary landscape mirrors its farming history, diverse cultural influences, and creative chefs. From farmer’s markets brimming with fresh produce to eateries that skillfully craft local ingredients into culinary delights, Sacramento offers a dining experience that is both genuine and exciting.

Embracing Farm-to-Fork

Sacramento’s status as the Farm-to-Fork Capital is not just a title. It’s a movement embraced by the entire community. The city’s geographical location, nestled within California’s fertile Central Valley, provides an abundance of fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, and dairy products.

Vibrant red onions stacked in a pile near many other vegetable choices at a farmers market in Sacramento, California.

Sacramento is known as the Farm-to-Table Capital for its abundant produce and great restaurants. Photo by pjoswald82 via iStock by Getty Images

Restaurants across the city, like the esteemed Prelude Kitchen & Bar, take pride in sourcing ingredients from local farms and producers. Here, diners savor seasonally inspired dishes that showcase the area’s harvest with flavors and a focus on eco-conscious practices. It serves as an example of how Sacramento seamlessly blends local customs with modern dining trends.

Exploring the Culinary Scene

Sacramento’s diverse population has contributed to the city’s rich tapestry of global cuisine. From authentic Mexican taquerias and Italian trattorias to Asian fusion eateries and Middle Eastern cafes, the city offers a world tour of flavors. This culinary diversity mirrors Sacramento’s cultural mix and enriches the local dining scene with different tastes and experiences. Food lovers can journey through unique dishes and traditional flavors from around the world in the city.

Wine Appreciation

A visit to Sacramento wouldn’t be complete without savoring its wine culture. While the city is known for its dining scene, nearby regions like the Sierra Foothills, Clarksburg, and Napa Valley offer many wine-tasting opportunities. Local wine bars in Sacramento showcase a selection of wines, allowing enthusiasts and casual drinkers to taste California’s diverse vineyard offerings. Whether joining a wine-tasting tour or relaxing at a wine bar, exploring California’s renowned wine production perfectly complements Sacramento’s farm-to-fork concept.

Outdoor Fun

With its mild climate and scenic landscapes, Sacramento offers many outdoor activities that cater to nature lovers and adventure seekers alike. From tranquil river walks to exhilarating bike trails, the city and its surroundings are a playground for those who love to explore the great outdoors.

Exploring the American River Parkway

Sacramento’s pride—the American River Parkway—serves as an oasis amidst the urban setting. This 23-mile stretch welcomes cyclists, joggers, walkers, and families with its kept trails running alongside the picturesque American River. The parkway is an excellent spot for kayaking, fishing, and bird watching due to its abundant wildlife and serene picnic areas. The American River Parkway promises an invigorating outdoor escapade, whether you seek a workout or a tranquil communion with nature.

With Folsom Lake and the South Fork of the American River at very high levels The Salmon Falls Bridge is a favorite destination of local Sacramentans.

The American River Parkway offers abundant outdoor activities. Photo by casch via iStock by Getty Images

Sacramento River Cruises

Discover Sacramento from a different perspective by embarking on a leisurely cruise along the Sacramento River. These cruises provide a way to explore the city while blending scenic beauty with historical insights. From sightseeing excursions to sunset dinner cruises, each voyage offers captivating views of Sacramento’s skyline, historic waterfront district, and verdant riverbanks. Against the serene backdrop of the river waters, it’s an excellent choice for those pursuing relaxation and a touch of romance.

Boats on American River in Old Sacramento California

Boats on the American River in Old Sacramento. Photo by ziss via iStock by Getty Images

Seasonal Celebrations

Sacramento’s annual calendar is packed with gatherings that honor the city’s rich heritage, sense of community, and natural surroundings. One standout occasion is the Sacramento Jazz Festival, where lively jazz tunes echo through the streets, attracting musicians and music enthusiasts from near and far.

Another highlight is the California State Fair, a showcase of the state’s farming traditions featuring exhibits, live performances, and delectable food samplings. Nature lovers can savor the abundance of farmers’ markets, art strolls, and cultural fiestas held throughout the year that reflect Sacramento’s community spirit.

Visiting Sacramento

Immersing yourself in Sacramento means diving into its captivating history, embracing its outdoor landscapes, delving into its vibrant arts scene, and relishing its culinary delights sourced locally. Whether meandering through Old Sacramento’s avenues, pedaling along the scenic American River Parkway, enjoying a range of artistic and entertainment offerings, or indulging in farm-fresh culinary experiences—Sacramento weaves together old-world appeal with contemporary dynamism.

Every landmark—from the Capitol building to serene river cruises to spirited seasonal celebrations—unveils a facet of Sacramento’s narrative. We encourage you to plan your visit and see its unique charms. Whether you’re looking for excitement, some downtime, or delicious food, Sacramento has a knack for turning every moment into something special. We invite you to explore Wander With Wonder for more to do when visiting Sacramento and other parts of Northern California.

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Seasonal Splendors

Seasonal Splendors

Hong Kong, a dazzling metropolis, boasts a cultural calendar that pulsates with life year-round. From the electrifying energy of the Lunar New Year to the serene beauty of the Mid-Autumn Festival, festivals in Hong Kong offer a unique window into the city’s traditions and spirit.

Spring (February – April)

Lunar New Year

The city explodes in a riot of colour and firecrackers during this most important festival. If you’re staying at a hotel in Wan Chai the likes of Dorsett Wan Chai, you can witness lion dances, dazzling parades, and delectable feasts that celebrate new beginnings.

Spring Lantern Festival

As the festive spirit lingers, streets adorned with lanterns illuminate the city. Enjoy cultural performances and release your wishes on floating lanterns during this enchanting time.

Summer (May – August)

Cheung Chau Bun Festival

Witness a thrilling “bun-climbing” competition where participants scale precarious towers to snatch lucky buns, a test of strength and tradition.

Dragon Boat Festival

Dragon Boat FestivalImage via Wikimedia Commons – Kelvin Ma, Tai O Dragon Boat Water Parade 大澳端午龍舟遊涌 3, CC BY-SA 4.0

Enjoy the fierce paddling power of dragon boat teams as they race across Victoria Harbour, accompanied by the thunderous beat of drums.

Autumn (September – November)

Mid-Autumn Festival

Celebrate under the glow of the full moon with delicious mooncakes and brightly lit lantern displays. This festival signifies family reunions and appreciation of the harvest.

Wine & Dine Festival

Indulge your inner gourmand at this premier culinary event. Sample exquisite dishes from Michelin-starred restaurants and international food stalls.

Winter (December – January)

Christmas and New Year

Experience a display of festive lights and decorations that transform the city into a winter wonderland. Enjoy Christmas markets, concerts, and vibrant countdowns to the new year.

Beyond the Festivals

Hong Kong offers a myriad of cultural events throughout the year. From art exhibitions to film festivals, there’s always something to discover and celebrate in this dynamic city. So, pack your bags and immerse yourself in the seasonal splendours of Hong Kong’s festivals!

 

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Guide to The Trastevere Neighborhood, Rome: Things To Do +
Places To Eat!

Guide to The Trastevere Neighborhood, Rome: Things To Do + Places To Eat!

One of the most common questions we get asked about visiting Rome is; where do I stay? The answer is always the Trastevere neighborhood! It was once a hidden gem but is now turning a lot of heads because there are so many things to do in Trastevere and places to explore.

This quaint, vibrant neighborhood is located just South of the Vatican City and across the river from the Colosseum and is the ancient working-class district. It’s known for being quieter and cheaper than the other neighborhoods in central Rome, but still being close to the action.

savannah walking under vine draped roadTrastervere

It was by far our favorite neighborhood in Rome and we are so glad we decided to unpack our suitcase there. 

While it’s a great base for exploring all the top sites and attractions in Rome, it’s also a neighborhood that’s worth exploring. 

In this guide, I’ve shared some of our favorite attractions in Trastevere as well as our favorite places to eat, where to stay, how to get around, and tips for visiting, so you can plan your visit to this exciting neighborhood with ease!

Why Is Trastevere Famous? caz and the girls walking down rome street with colorful buildingsTrastevere

Trastevere is the former working-class district of Rome and is where you will find a vibrant, bohemian atmosphere.

It’s famous for its quaint, narrow cobbled streets, Renaissance architecture and medieval houses, and bustling atmosphere. It has a more local vibe, allowing you to feel the beat of Italian life more intimately, and it’s also a well-known district for backpackers looking for cheaper accommodation.

In the daytime, Trastevere is quiet, idyllic, and somewhat romantic. At night, the bars come alive with live music, DJs, and laughing, smiling people – locals and tourists alike – bringing the quiet streets to life.

people sitting outside bar in trastervere

Since it’s located across the Tiber River, it’s much cheaper than other neighborhoods in Rome, and less crowded too, making it an ideal choice for travelers wanting to stay close to the action but without being directly in it.

It’s where we found espressos for less than €1, wines for €2.50, street performers and music in the squares and on the streets, and a generally electrifying atmosphere.

Things To Do In Trastevere 1. Walk Down The Side Streets caz and savannah walking down cobblestone street of Trastevere romeEvery side street has something to discover

I love strolling down the back streets of the Trastevere district in Rome. It’s like walking through the pages of a storybook. 

The narrow cobblestone alleys are lined with charming, ivy-covered buildings that exude an old-world, romantic charm you won’t find in the bustling tourist areas. 

As you walk down the side streets, you can’t help but notice the delightful aroma of freshly baked bread and the sound of locals chatting in Italian, creating an authentic and vibrant atmosphere.

kalyra posing against graffiti wall with vines draped over it in TrastevereGreat neighborhood for photos

The real magic of Rome is not in its iconic landmarks, but in these back alleys and passageways, where family-run trattorias and gelaterias set up tables outside for the locals to spend their afternoons chatting happily away over an espresso or two. 

This is truly the best way to experience Trastevere. As you walk down the streets, you might stumble upon quaint piazzas tucked away from the main thoroughfares, which are perfect for people-watching from a nearby coffee shop. 

2. Admire the Fountain in Piazzi di Santa Maria  fountain in the middle of piazzi di Santa Maria

One of my favorite piazzas in the Trastevere district is Piazzi di Santa Maria, which is known for its beautiful water fountain in its center. It’s not just any fountain – it’s a stunning masterpiece that’s steeped in history and beauty. 

The Fountain is believed to be the oldest fountain in Rome, thought to have been built in the 8th century, though its exact origin is unknown. The design has changed over the years, but what you see before you today was the work of some of Rome’s finest craftsmen, Donato Bramante, with additions by Gian Lorenzo Bernini and Carlo Fontana.

Many people flock to this fountain in the evening to sit upon its steps and bask in the bustling atmosphere of the square.

3. Check Out The Nightlife live music in the square at trastervere romLive music in Piazzi di Santa Maria

If you’re wondering how to spend an evening in Trastevere, then you’re in luck, as there are so many things to do in Trastevere at night!

When it comes to nightlife in Rome, the Trastevere district is where the party’s at. This lively neighborhood comes alive after dark with a vibrant mix of bars, clubs, and live music venues that cater to every taste. 

While Trastevere has more affordable prices when compared to other districts in Rome, unfortunately, nights out tend to be just as expensive here as anywhere else in the city. 

couple posing out front of Bar San Calistocrowd of people sitting outside Bar San Calisto

One of the most popular bars in Trastevere is Bar San Calisto because the prices of drinks are a lot less than the swanky wine bars you see around the neighborhood. It’s the oldest and most famous bar in the district and has been a popular watering hole for more than half a century.

It’s a no-frills pub where both locals and tourists congregate after the sun goes down. A classic, Roman pub, unpretentious and authentic. What more could you want?

Another popular bar is Enoteca La Vite which has an extensive collection of local wines.

Come back here in the morning as they have really cheap espresso and gelato!

4. Take A Walking Food Tour flowers on window in trastevere

I can’t stress enough how much we enjoyed the walking food tour of the Trastevere district. It wasn’t just about strolling through the charming cobblestone streets, savoring the most mouthwatering Italian delicacies at hidden local spots, but about learning the local way of life and how important food is embedded into Italian culture. 

As you walk from trattoria to trattoria, you get to sample some of Rome’s lesser-known and most exquisite dishes, from crispy supplì to heavenly gelato, washed down with the acquired taste of Grappa (it wasn’t for me) – every bite is a burst of authentic flavors that remind you that Italian food is more than just pizza and pasta.

person holding suppliSuppli – cheap snack food in Romegirl eating ice cream

What makes this food tour so special is that you’re led by a local guide, who tells you stories of the people and the way of life here, allowing you to truly soak up the district’s unique vibe. 

I still remember the taste of the artisanal cheeses like Pecorino cheese that we tried from a local produce store. If you’re a foodie, add this to your list of things to do in Rome!

Here are more food tours in Rome to consider, and we also loved our Roman street food tour. Foodies may also love this pasta making class in Trastevere with wine!

5. Admire the Basilicas of Trastevere statues on balcony of Basilica of Santa MariaBasilica of Santa Maria

When it comes to finding the best architecture in the neighborhood, look no further than the churches and basilicas.

The Basilica of Santa Maria is arguably the most famous church in the area and is a real showstopper with its stunning mosaics and peaceful courtyard. It’s one of the Seven Pilgrim Churches of Rome, and the biggest Catholic Marian church in the city.

Dating back to 432 AD, the design of the church is a mixture of Romanesque and Baroque styles, with 5th-century mosaics adorning the interiors. Walking down the central nave is breathtaking. The marble arches and columns draw your eyes up to the gilded domed ceiling where the intricacies of the artwork keep your attention sucked in until your neck cramps up! 

church at end of street in trastevere

The Santa Cecilia is another gem known for its breathtaking artwork and medieval design. What’s special about this church is that it’s dedicated to Saint Cecilia, the patron saint of music and poetry. 

The inside of the church is not as impressive as the Basilica of Santa Maria, but the statue of Saint Cecilia by Stefano Maderno, which sits at the high altar of the church, is worth checking out. It was created in 1600 after the body of Saint Cecilia was found buried under the altar. It is said that the statue is in true likeness to her body as it was found by Antonio Bosio.

I also loved the design of Basilica di San Crisogono, which is small and unimposing from the outside, but lavish and ornately decorated on the inside. I also loved Chiesa di San Francesco a Ripa, a baroque-style church which contains some of Bernini’s masterpieces.

6. Catch Amazing Views from Janiculum Hill Panoramic view of Rome from Janiculum hill, Italyview of Rome from Janiculum hill, Italy

For incredible views, head up to Janiculum Hill (also affectionately known as the Balcony of Rome), the second largest in Rome and a hidden gem with the most breathtaking panoramic views of the city. 

The climb up the hill is steep and takes about 30 minutes, but it’s totally worth it when you’re rewarded with a stunning vista that stretches from St. Peter’s Basilica to the entire historic center of Rome. 

Make sure to arrive at midday to watch the traditional firing of the cannon. Every day, a blank round is fired at noon, which first began on 1 December 1847 when Pope Pius IX introduced it as a way to have a signal for the official time and to help synchronize the bells of the churches.

The cannon sound can sometimes be heard all the way from Esquiline Hill if you listen closely.

7. Watch The Street Artists on the Ponte Sisto bridge over the tiber riverPo

Connecting central Rome to Trastevere is the stunning bridge, Ponte Sisto, which in itself is a work of art, with its elegant arches and stunning views of the Tiber River. 

sunset over the Tiber river in TrastevereTiber River sunset

What’s so special about Ponte Sisto is that it’s often lined with street artists busking in the early evening. It’s the perfect spot for a leisurely walk, especially in the evening when the lights of the city cast a magical glow over the river.

8. Relax in the Botanical Garden of Rome Scenic fountain inside the historical Botanical Garden of Rome, ItalyBotanical Garden of Rome

The Botanical Garden of Rome is a peaceful oasis right in the heart of the city. The moment I stepped into the garden, I was surrounded by lush greenery, vibrant blooms, and a sense of tranquility that’s hard to find in the bustling streets of Rome. 

It’s a haven for nature lovers and anyone seeking a serene escape from the urban hustle.

What’s so special about this botanical garden is that it contains more than 7,000 plant species from all over the world. From exotic tropical palms to ancient olive trees, every corner tells a unique botanical story. 

9. Admire The Art Inside Villa Farnesina exterior of villa farnesia main facade rome

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