Nightlife

Dimitri Hegemann, techno and the clubbing scene in Berlin

We dare say that Berlin and techno were made for each other. The many abandoned buildings left to rot after the fall of the Berlin Wall served as the perfect “raw material” for unique club venues where techno was the music to dance to. That’s why we were thrilled when our partner Telekom Electronic Beats invited us to collaborate, giving you

Berlin’s best 3 snacks to enjoy with a beer

Summer and beer are two of those inseparable duos, like Bonnie and Clyde or Snoopy and Charlie Brown. This summer in Berlin has been exceptionally hot, so there is no excuse not to grab a beer  as you stroll around the city. And most importantly: drinking alcohol on the streets is not illegal in Germany, so there is no reason to hide your bottle

Berlin’s tourist traps and how to avoid them

Cool, amazing, cheap, creative, diverse, unforgettable… All these adjectives can certainly be used to qualify how vibrant and exciting a visit or a long stay in Berlin can be. The German capital has countless attractions, sights and landmarks to keep you busy any time of the year. However, like in every big city, some places can be real

Kulturbrauerei Berlin – Prenzlauer Berg’s Culture Brewery

The question isn’t what can you do at the Kulturbrauerei, the question is what can’t you do at the Kulturbrauerei! This famous landmark, located in Berlin’s Prenzlauer Berg neighbourhood is steeped in history and bursting at the seams with things to keep you busy. By Kaspar Metz – Own work, Public Domain,

Night Kitchen Berlin – Contemporary Dining Bar

You know by now that we LOVE an atmospheric Berliner courtyard. And as much as we love Heckmannhöfe in Mitte, we always wondered why it did not offer better entertainment and food options. Well…that has just changed with the arrival of Night Kitchen Berlin, a new “eat and hang” hot spot. Photo from Night Kitchen Berlin’s

Café Lyrik – that special musical Berlin bar

There’s no shortage of nice bars to go to in Berlin, and definitely no lack of live music events. Yet Café Lyrik is a unique combination of both, showcasing the best of jazz, blues and much more in a cosy, laid-back setting. Located on a quiet street in the buzzing Prenzlauer Berg neighbourhood, this gem of a bar is a rare find. You might not
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