Nightlife in Berlin

What do Night Owls do for kicks in this city? Why they visit a few of the many nightclubs, known for their extravagance, vigor and exclusiveness. Join us, as we try to find our way through this jungle of lights and sounds.

Berghain & Panorama Bar

This is a popular, if not the most popular, club in Berlin. The venue that was previously an abandoned power plant is nicknamed the Church of Techno. As soon as people get off work on Friday and until it is time to go back on Monday morning – there is an unforgettable and unmatched array of techno beats and tireless DJs, taking you to another world where words mean very little. If you need to take a break, you can jump over to the Panorama Bar, where house music dominates, along with a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. When your batteries are recharged, you can return, and alternate between the two locations as needed or preferred. Getting in might be a challenge, but it is well worth it.

Salon zur Wilden Renate

This place is perfect for the hunters of the bizarre – The Labyrinth of Circus Fun is wild and uncontrollable. Vivid makeup and colorful characters are just the tip of the iceberg, as there is a realistic chance of getting a bit tipsy and then having trouble exiting what is actually a real labyrinth.

Chalet

Chalet is perfect for people who fantasize about the nineteenth century. Unlike most clubs, they are open seven days a week. Speaking German is needed to get in, don’t drink before getting to the club, and get informed prior to your visit which party it is that you wish to attend. With these tips, you should have problems getting in.

Tresor

This club is almost as old as the reunification of Germany. Originally a record label, this Techno club launched some of the great artists, like Robert Hood and House of Fix. There are many dance floors and a plethora of ravers to meet. Be sure to check it out.

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With a very unusual name, this club comprised of a variety of spaces is open to many. There are different types of parties, so absolutely anyone can enjoy themselves, provided they choose the right part of the club and the right night. You’d best leave your phone at home, though, as there are no pictures allowed. This is done to protect their patrons’ privacy. If you want to take a break from this club and move on to the next, Sisyphos and Wilde Renate are very near.

Sisyphos

The party is on the beach! Located between an abandoned dog food factory and a run-down bus (it is much better than it sounds), it has some of the most friendly club staff you will ever come across, as well as a chilled-out atmosphere. Allow yourself to go off the grid, and immerse yourself in this one-of-a-kind experience.