The possibilities are endless as to how you and the girls can spend your night in this city that never sleeps. As we’ve mentioned, there are multiple areas in Berlin that offer a range of different nightlife experiences. The first place that deserves a mention is Oranienstraße. Out of the three huge areas that offer the best nightlife, this is probably the most interesting and energetic of all!
Easily reached by taking the U-Bahn train to Moritzplatz station, you’ll soon find an abundance of different late-night bars here as well as a selection of some of the biggest super-clubs too. With popular spots like Café Luzia and Franken Bar that hosts live music events and is open until the early hours of the day, these venues are great places to start off your big night out in Berlin.
A short walk back towards Moritzplatz and you girls will find yourselves at GMF Berlin. Known for some of Berlin’s biggest nights out and bringing in tourists from all over the world, this is the venue to head to if the plan is to drink and dance the night away until the sun comes up!
If you and the girls would prefer to explore different venues to get a full taste of what this city’s nightlife is all about, then just a stones’ throw away from GMF is Ritter Butzke. Featuring three huge floors and situated in a former factory, this club is known for being the heart of techno music in Berlin… so if that’s your style, don’t waste and time and see what it’s all about.
Known commonly as Wrangelkiez, this inner-city area of Berlin is the city’s only riverside party area, meaning that you’ll see some of the best views of the River Spree and the city from here, truly making your night out in Berlin a truly memorable one. Here you will find bars like Lido, a top-tier live music venue renowned across the city for its punk and indie atmosphere that’s a huge hit with the locals and frequented by tourists too.
To begin your night is a laid-back style, the best place for you is Homes Bar on Schlesische Str. A cocktail hotspot that’s well-known by Berliners, this particular venue stays open until the early hours of the morning, where you and the girls can sit back and enjoy a few rounds before making your way to the bigger venues, especially if you’re looking for a more relaxed venue beforehand.
When you and the girls are finally ready to finish off your Berlin night out with a bang, then it’s time to make your way to the banks of the River Spree to dance the night away at the iconic Watergate club. A venue that will impress even the most sceptical of clubbers, this famous nightlife venue is split between two club rooms, both offering panoramic views of the river with floor-to-ceiling windows and playing host to top international DJ’s. Hosting techno and house music nights throughout the week, we highly recommend finishing the night off in this awesome club if you happen to be spending your Berlin night out in the Wrangelkiez neighbourhood.
The final area we have to mention on the list is Warschauer Straße. One of East Berlin’s major thoroughfares, this street was renovated after World War II and quickly became a symbol of Communist power. Since re-unification, the area has quickly become one of the most desirable area to live in the city, taking inspiration from culture, art and music from all over the world. What makes it a perfect area for a big night out is the three gigantic super-clubs that reside there; Matrix, AVA CLUB and DIE BUSCHE, all located within a short walk from each other.
Matrix Club features a whopping nine bars spread out over five dance floors, all situated in a network of basement vaults beneath Warschauer Straße railway station. Both Matrix and DIE BUSCHE are the places to head to if you’re looking for the classic club experience in terms of music, but if you were hoping for something a bit different, then AVA Club is the place to go to for house and techno.