Nightlife Districts

Nightlife Districts

Berlin is proud of its nightlife culture, and with good reason. The partygoers of the 90’s who danced in factory halls and old subway shafts may have resigned days, but there is a new scene in Mitte, Friedrichshain, Kreuzberg and the old west that is running from one opening to the next. The search for the newest trend and next location never stops. Berlin is buzzing, so come and experience it!

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Following the collapse of the Berlin Wall and the subsequent reunification of Berlin, Auguststraße in Berlin-Mitte has been able to establish itself as a gallery...
Glamour, stars and cool locations – this is the area around the Hackesche Höfe and Oranienburger Straße. A top- spot for all visitors to Berlin. For those going for a...
Kollwitzplatz is considered one of the most beautiful squares in Berlin. It is a meeting place where young and old, Berliners and visitors can enjoy the life here...
The area called “Kreuzkölln”, lying between Kreuzberg and Neukölln, is the new ‘in’ district in Berlin. One original café or shop after the other has opened up here,...
The Osthafen, a former industrial port on the Spree, has now established itself as one of the hottest spots in Berlin. In April 2004, MTV moved into one of the...
They’re always going on about Prenzlauer Berg or Friedrichshain. But there are other possibilities available too: The nightlife in Charlottenburg and around Savignyplatz...
Schöneberg has always exuded plenty of lust for life. In the 1920s, Marlene Dietrich used to frequent the legendary “El Dorado” bar. The area around Winterfeldtplatz is...
The public in Simon-Dach Straße matches both the buildings in the area and the cocktails on the tables – colourful and mixed! Before the reunification of Germany just a...
In the last few years, Torstraße has quite become the new scene district in Berlin-Mitte – and done it completely inconspicuously! Formerly known merely as the dividing...
Kino International – © Yorck Kinogruppe

Five minutes’ walking distance from Alexanderplatz. Huge hand-painted film posters hang on the sandstone façade of the postmodern building from the 60’s. Though its architecture is striking from the outside, the building’s most impressive features are found inside. With its magnificent chandeliers, retro eastern European style, red armchairs and huge glass front, the cinema’s foyer is a highlight in itself. Be it premieres or gay parties, this cinema hosts all sorts of events where glamorous VIPs mix with students, film lovers and party people.