Berlin is considered by many to be the party capital of Europe. It’s easy to see how the city earned this title. In Berlin, music, clubs, boutiques, and high fashion contribute to the economy as much as traditional industries such as business and politics. Few cities can rival Berlin’s intensity for night life.
Taking in the city scene, it’s quite easy to visit several locations in a single night. Here bars, restaurants and clubs don’t adhere to a strict schedule. Cover charges and fees are usually super low or even free. This allows you to club hop from hotspot to hotspot on a Berlin stag night.
Many of the first places to open in the evening in Berlin are the hip bars and cocktail lounges. As the hour grows closer to Midnight, more of the cutting edge clubs open their doors. Music aficionados will really vibe with the club scene in Berlin. They can visit clubs and catch all types of performances from techno, to RnB melodies, students spots and a huge gay and lesbian scene. You can find all kinds of place to have a good time in Berlin, from a romantic rendezvous for two to a spot to hangout during your Berlin stag weekend. Let the experts help you navigate the city.
We’ve put together a list of the best night spots. We’ve done the research, and checked out several different locations. Berlin has something for everyone, from trendy night spots, casinos, no frills pubs, to affordable stag night clubs. Let Vamos Travel book a VIP night for you, complete with VIP passes. Here’s our take on the night scene in Berlin.
- AM-PM stays open around the clock. Hard partiers will appreciate the clubs open hours. No one ever sleeps here, so it’s definitely a great place to get in the celebration mood.
- Get over to the Mitte district to swing by A-lounge. Dance lovers will get a thrill out of the live DJ and the dance floor in this bar and club. The place is frequented by students, visitors and Berlin locals.
- Older and refined Berlin visitors will likely flock to Green Door. The decor harkens back to the super cool 70′s. The club serves mixed drinks and cocktails with happy hour going on from 6 pm to 9 pm.
- If you’re in the mood to hang out at an Irish pub, you’ll find yourself at the Irish Harp in the Charlottenburg area.
Live music fans definitely enjoy Berlin. Many A-list jazz artists have performed in clubs like the A-Trane Jazzclub in West Berlin. Artists like Jimmy Smith, Herbie Hancock, Mark Murphy and Benny Green have walked through the doors to gift patrons with their gift for music. Under the Quasimodo Cafe you can find the city’s oldest jazz club, the Quasimodo. It’s a traditional jazz club catering to some music purists.