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By Birge Amondson. Berlin is not only the largest city and capital of Germany, but also the hub of the country's nightlife, with a diversity of ways to have fun at all hours. Late nighters will be at home in this city that never sleeps, where clubs don't really start coming to life until around 2 a. Plus, Berlin is an overall safe city with infrequent violent crime theft of items like cash, passports, and cell phones is more common , so you can go out into the night for an unforgettable experience.
The German city has an unpretentious nightlife scene and more affordable drinks and cover fees than many other cities, so visitors can enjoy after dark outings more often. Many words can describe the club scene in Berlin, such as underground, avant-garde, and progressive. From electro and pop to indie, hip-hop, and rock, you can club in Berlin every night of the week. There are also pubs with live New Orleans blues and jazz, comedy clubs with performances in English, bars with beach-like environments including sand and lounge chairs, and late-night places to eat.
And of course, don't miss the country's famous biergartens beer gardens where people drink, eat, and enjoy entertainment—usually at shared tables—while their children play nearby. Berlin has many nice places—some of which incorporate the outdoors—to grab a drink and hang out. While the ocean may be far, some bars have stepped up to create a beach atmosphere sand and all , which is especially nice in the summer when the weather is better.
The warmer months also signal the opening of outdoor biergartens. While they typically aren't full-service venues, the gardens do provide some children's activities like playgrounds, sandboxes, ice cream, and non-alcoholic drinks. A few of the area's known bars:. The Berlin districts that are famous for their vibrant club scenes are the neighborhood of Mitte in the city center, Prenzlauer Berg more high-end , or Kreuzberg-Friedrichshain two distinct yet connected and alternative neighborhoods.
To find a club, check out Berlin's weekly German magazines called Zitty and tip Berlin , or English language The ExBerliner and the free magazine , which offers good club listings and current events. Keep your eyes and ears open and your dancing shoes on; part of the adventure is finding the right club.