Party Holiday in Berlin Nightlife

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Berlin is the glittering metropolis, the city with many faces, who polarizes like no other German city. But Berlin is not only the Germany‘s capital city but also the capital of all party and party-goers. In each of the 12 districts of the city, you can find great bars and clubs, discover exciting nightclubs and quaint pubs. Night for night life rages in Kreuzberg and in middle, Prenzlauer Berg and Friedrichshain and Spandau. After the reunification of the two German States Berlin became practically over night the destination for those who like to party and celebrate, because Berlin is colorful and has something on offer for everyone.

What distinguishes Berlin is its tremendous diversity in all respects and especially with regard to the celebrations. Gays will feel in Berlin as well as the participants of a youth or there. The capital is ideal for single trips and also, who wants to make an interesting city break, should stroll once between area and Kudamm, do a pub crawl through the Friedrichstrasse or visit the flashy clubs in Kreuzberg. Berlin has no curfew and is open around the clock.
Berlin was first mentioned in the 13th century and from the small village on the river Spree was a city that was the residence for emperors and Kings in the course of the next centuries. Berlin the capital of Brandenburg, Prussia, the German Democratic Republic and since 1990 was successively the capital of the Federal Republic again. Berlin was always at the Centre, both economically and politically and especially in culturally.

The wild 1920s made Berlin a party city that celebrated the Berliners have always been happy. Today, Berlin has 3.5 million inhabitants and every year countless people in the city on the river Spree come to have fun and to see the sights. The Brandenburg Gate is, as also the victory column a must, if you visited Berlin, the Museum Island and also the Kurfürstendamm with its fashionable shops, world-class restaurants and oblique bars, Cafés and clubs should not be missed. The Zoo you should not miss and also not the Alexander Platz and the Sony Center. Whether final ride or enquire about – Berlin is worth a visit.

Target Group, Main Travel Time and Climate in Berlin

Berlin knows no age limits, because people between 19 and 99 years of age feel at home in the city. The German capital has become a popular meeting place for European youth and older people appreciate comfortable bus trips and then go under Linden in a dance Café, or the “ball upside down” on the Kurfürstendamm. The Berlin arrives as well, which is also due to the very wide range of accommodation options. Everything is represented by the five star of luxury hotel on the Pariser Platz, about the modern city hotel, which offers rooms for a good price, up to the hostel. Hardly another German city has a such a large range of youth Gerber gene such as Berlin and you can stay well and cost-effectively in every district of the city. Berlin is a very special experience for all seasons. In the summer the many open air discos on the banks of the Havel and the Spree River, the many street cafes attract and in winter the city enchants with its beautiful Christmas markets, such as the nostalgic market in the Hackesche Höfe and the Nikolai quarter.

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Well-known clubs, discos and bars in Berlin

  • Ritter Butzke (Website)The Club with the unusual name in Kreuzberg is a real hit among the clubs in the capital. Acts will be dancing on several floors to House and electronic musics and the weekend also to live music. For the admission of ten euros, you can chill all night, drink, dance, and celebrate.
  • Watergate (Website)Watergate at the Silesian gate is known for its good music, because here on display are the crème de la crème of German DJs, also the unusual Setup makes the Watergate to be a real hit in the nightlife of Berlin. Plain flat leather sofas and a long high window front allow a view of the Spree. Admission is 12 euros and in the summer you can dance on a wooden footbridge outside and celebrate.
  • Salon to the wild Renate (Website)It might feel a bit like its at Grandma if you come for the first time in the Club to the wild Renate at Treptower Park. You can find plush and kitsch, flowered wallpaper and old fashioned sofas, beds and all manner of knickknacks. Amazing thing is that in the salon to the wild Renate runs very good House and Black Music, but also pop and Schlager so don’t miss out. Admission is 10 euros and is celebrated until the early morning. 
  • Horst Krzbrg (Website)A techno Club at its finest, the Horst Krzbrg in Kreuzberg in the temple Court Road. The Club is housed in a former post office and scores with its plain Interior gray walls and black leather sofas. For five to ten euro entry, you get a colorful great laser show, cool drinks, and always a varied program.
  • Arena Club Berlin (Website)The Schlesisches Tor in Berlin is the perhaps the coolest Club in town. In a great atmosphere and spacious floors can you dance the night away and enjoy horny techno and house music. The LED lights and the glass blocks give the Club a little something from the space ship Orion. Famous DJs from all over Europe in the arena set Club at the weekend.

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How to get to Berlin

Many roads lead to Berlin and anybody who wants to come to the capital, can do it by car, by train or by plane.
By plane
Take a plane to Berlin, which lands in Berlin-Schönefeld or Tegel. The new Berlin Brandenburg airport opened in 2012 as the Tempelhof airport was closed in 2008.
With the car
Train travellers arrive at the new Berlin Hauptbahnhof and can then take the regional trains,with 150 buses, 15 S – and u-Bahn lines or one of the 7,300 taxis waiting to take you anywhere in the city.