Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
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Ciudad Juarez Nightlife | Things to do After Dark in Ciudad Juarez
After a hard day at work, there’s nothing better than a night out on the town with friends. All of the best nightlife in Ciudad Juarez is located in the same area, offering a variety of music and entertainment for all tastes. The city’s close proximity to El Paso, Texas, results in a blend of cultures that makes for a fantastic atmosphere.
The nightclubs in Ciudad Juarez are equipped with state of the art lighting and sound systems. To fully enjoy the city’s nightlife, it’s advisable to go out in pairs or groups. Several of the hotels in Ciudad Juarez have bars with dance floors so you can enjoy the nightlife without having to travel far.
Paseo Triunfo de la Republica Avenue
All kinds of restaurants, shops and nightclubs are clustered here. This area is frequented by many Mexicans and U.S. tourists every weekend. It has a traditional festive atmosphere and excellent service. You’ll find options for all tastes; everything from live bands to the most avant-garde electronic music.
Just minutes from the border with El Paso, Texas, this avenue is home to several of the most popular nightclubs in the city and it’s where you’ll find some of the best DJs and live bands. Located nearby are several taco stands, perfect for grabbing a bite to eat before heading home after a fun night out.
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