THE DO’S AND DON’TS IF YOU GO TO IBIZA
Don’t: Go there on a tight budget, I cannot stress this enough. It is honestly so not worth it to go all the way there and have to be concerned your wallet. Drinks range from 9-30 euros for a drink - that 9 will sadly get you a bottle of water, or the house wine, and all of this is not including your entrance fee which usually ranges from 30-75 euros per person in the major nightclubs and pool parties!
Do: Check the schedule on Muchotickets.com/en/ to make sure that your favorite Dj’s will be playing! The weekly residences are insane, they usually include people like Axwell and Ingrosso, Hardwell, David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, and so many more!
Don’t: Forget to stay hydrated! It is extremely hot and humid, the sun goes down around 10PM so you will be in full party mode while the sun goes down!
Do: Get a table with your crew of people if you can afford it. The clubs in Ibiza hold anywhere from 5K-10K people so the dance floor can get ridiculously crowded to the point of not being able to move (plus some are not airconditioned). The tables run for a couple grand but they are totally worth it, your own private security guard escorts you to wherever you want to go whether it is the bathroom or the middle of the dance floor. The bottles keep flowing as long as you want them too, and you have your own space so no worrying about the madness that is the dance floor. A table for 4 is 2 seats and a table for 8 is 4 seats, plus the prices are all inclusive you do not add the 30% that is added in the states - This is your ultimate celebrity VIP experience!
Don’t: be intimidated by the size of the crowds and clubs. Just be prepared for lots of bumping into strangers!
Do: Pregame heavily for basically every event, as the alcohol is expensive! If you decide to go sans table, we recommend a lot of this, unless you don’t mind the drink prices.
Don’t: Dress to impress if you’re spending the night on the floor. Be comfortable and happy. You will see people in 6 inch stilettos, and you will see people in converse and flip flops. Wear what makes you feel best. For the most part there are absolutely no dress codes in these places so you can get away with wearing anything.
Do: Spend some time at the beach clubs and local non touristy restaurants out of Ibizas main city. They are on the water and usually have incredible views, lounge music, and great vibes!
Don’t: forget that, at least once, you should leave the club while the sun is rising – Otherwise, it is not truly Ibiza! Have an incredible time, say hello to my one of my favorite cities, and most of all, stay safe and happy!