Horst Krzbrg (Tempelhofer Ufer 1, Berlin) — this club is a really popular spot, particularly with Berlin’s locals. Musical surprises are on offer at the Horst Krzbrg on many a night and its extraordinary laser shows are also worth a look. The club is minimally decorated, leaving all the more room for dancing. And that’s […]
Golden Gate (Schicklerstrasse 4, Berlin) – this modestly-sized club is popular for those looking to hear electro beat music, as well as other forms of House music. In case the dance floor gets too sweaty, patrons have the option of retreating at the club’s outdoor garden for some fresh air.
Farbfenseher (Skalitzer Strasse 114, Kreuzberg, Berlin) – this small Berlin nightspot (whose German name translates to “Color TV”, since it was a former TV shop), has the look and feel of a Hungarian-style “ruin pub” (with graffiti smeared all over the façade of its building). This club plays Tech House music, and always fills up […]
Edmoses Bar (Prinzregentenstrasse 2, Munich) – for those who couldn’t get into the ultra-exclusive nightspot “P1” (which is just hop away), this noisy bar has a far more welcoming vibe. Its huge glass windows and outdoor terrace space invite people-watching, and a solid contingent of female drinkers means that there’s always a crowd. Check Edmoses’ […]
Club de Visionäre (Am Flutgraben 1, Berlin) – this unusual venue is located in a small two-level brick boathouse by a canal. The dance floor is modest (holding as little as 50 people), with other patrons content with hanging out by the porch that faces the canal. For that reason, it’s also open during the […]
Berghain/Panorama Bar (70 Am Wriezener Bahnhof; Friedrichshain, Berlin) – this is considered one of the more popular nightspots in Berlin, complete with two dance floors: Berghain, a dark main room where most DJs play techno, and Panorama Bar, an upstairs space that’s more focused on house, though the music policy in both rooms is very […]