The venue hosts not only concerts but also readings and cultural events of various kinds. Besides that, Mercedes-Benz Arena is also open for concerts on a regular basis like , and. It was the city's first techno club and introduced electronic music to a Germany no longer separated by the wall in the early 90's. If Hotel is no longer quite the well-kept secret it used to be, it's. It combines European history, multiculturality and sassy charm.
From the Schönefeld Airport the downtown area can be easily reached via S-Bahn and regional train, as well as by bus. They also host a 'dark market' every two months where you can find a myriad of gothic clothes, books, art and jewellery to feast upon. If you enjoy clubbing, definitely. Syndikat This place has everything one might need on a night out. Further, Syndikat is not only a smoky punk bar, but also a political collective, whose social involvement dates back to 30 years ago. A single ticket for the Berlin city area zones A and B costs 2. Berlin has a bar for every taste.
Perhaps the door policy is unfairly skewed against foreigners. On weekends the S- und U-Bahn are in business nonstop while during weeknights buses are driving in 30-minute intervals. Or where you can have a leisurely breakfast on Sunday morning then go clubbing for the entire day and night afterward see Berghain? But some things remain the same. Gendarmenmarkt: Created at the end of the 17th Century onwards, this 3. .
We enjoy the folky side e. So, can you tell us about appropriate places? If you're interested please get in touch at berlinmetaldetectorsclub hotmail. Listen out for the shuddering bass or watch for the candles that lead to the main yard and the graf-splattered building. Please check the before posting Coming to Berlin? This classic neighbourhood kneipe—which never seems to close—has about six tables, a handful of stools and a perpetual cloud of cigarette smoke obscuring the satirical art and random artifacts hanging from the walls and ceiling. They have a few mixed drinks available, but. We hope you'll join the conversation by posting to an open topic or starting a new one.
Maybe it was from a Blackland show, though its not particularly close. The crowd, drawn mostly from people who live in the surrounding streets, maintains a continual buzz of conversation while drinking from a fairly basic selection of beers, wines and spirits. Small and a bit grimy without windows alluding to the outside world, people come here to dance. The owners live onsite so the party basically only ends when everyone else gives up. It offers connections to the bus, to regional and mainline services, as well as to the S- and U-Bahn network.
Rather than describing the interior myself, provides plenty of insight into the club — as well as illustrating the kind of obsession it provokes. To make up for it, our hosts agreed to go metal on Saturday. Now you have made your point we all agree that you are completely right and we are nothing but the scum of the earth. Besides the home games of local club Alba Berlin or the tough matches of local team Berlin Polar Bears. The technically well-resourced main hall has, among other things, a lifting platform and a 225-ton water basin. The view from the back of the queue at Berghain. Like, the atmosphere reminded me of bad hip hop places from back in the day: people being really clique-ish and standoff-ish for no reason… also the folks behind the bar were super rude — presumably because I'm obviously by the looks not a rock guy.
Although the bar does a lot of business on most evenings, Fridays and Saturdays can be especially crowded. Please take a look at the site and as well as possible members we would love feedback to see if there is interest in such a group being started. From students to rock-grandpas, this bar has something for everyone. Pool, fußball, flipper, even board games. Perhaps I looked too nervous in the queue. Schokoladen One of the legendary underground venues in Berlin is the , located in Mitte for more than 25 years.
Sorry there is one thing!. Despite the fact that temperatures in Berlin were dropping below 0C, I wore a rather thin jacket in the name of not appearing too showy with a more wintry number. Although you may be taken aback, once you reach the second room you will see why this place is so charming. There is a vague pirate theme to the décor, and while some of the regulars do look as though they could have had careers as pirates in an earlier century, the crowd is mostly a mix of punks, rockers and locals of all ages. Each area has their own rules. The German capital is one of the most exciting centers in the world and is therefore a famous destination for international artists, and events. And while there are for every persona, for Berlin think less trendy and more gritty.
Berghain — the undisputed Big Kahuna of Berlin clublife. With tasteful music on the stereo anything from the Specials to Nick Cave and a small but reasonable selection of bottled beers and spirits, Ä attracts an international crowd of 20—30 somethings for whom evenings drinking and socialising in scruffy, dimly-lit splendour are simply a way of life. We are just considering starting a new club here in Berlin and would love to get some new members. And while it can be almost impossible to get to the bar through the densely packed crowd at 3 a. Ahh Berlin is nxt month!! Bus and train: The Berlin bus and rail networks are outstanding.