You'll wonder why there are so few photos of the clubs in this article. Well, the operators have tried to keep their clubs as exclusive as possible - and managed to do so to this day. Despite missing photos, we try to give a small overview of the 5 best clubs in Berlin.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to celebrate in a former dog biscuit factory? You can finally do that in Sisyphos. Here you are free to dance in the large outdoor area which also has a pond or chill on the artificial beach. This cult club is located on the Rummelsburger bay and definitely makes the craziest parties.
Note: the Sisyphus is hibernating right now and will open again in spring!
address: Hauptstraße 15, 10317 Berlin
2. PRINCE CHARLES
If you're never really sure which style of music you like best, the Prince Charles is the right club for you: it hosts both electro and hip-hop acts. Although this club is relatively small, it has built a good reputation over the years both inside and outside Berlin. This is due to the many successful events. For example the Burgers & Hip Hop event or the Black Music Jam Sessions of 'The Church' and others. In the photo above you can see a picture from the concert of Fritz Kalkbrenner;)
address: Prinzenstraße 85f, 10969 Berlin
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address: Markgrafendamm 24c, 10245 Berlin
If youre showing your best dance moves to the finest house with a drink in your hand while enjoying the sunset you can only be in one place: at the Watergate - the club that connects the districts of Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg directly on the water (at the Oberbaum bridge) and provides you with different types of music: electro, techno, minimal and house. The decoration is minimalistic and the club may even appeal to party guests exactly for this basic design. In summer you can celebrate on the jetty and on cold days you can enjoy the view over the Spree. By the way, at the weekend the club will open from midnight and close at lunchtime, so you have loads of time to dance.
address: Falckensteinstraße 49, 10997 Berlin
The Berghain is a former combined heat and power plant and has truly earned its reputation. The door policy is very strict here - maybe this club is so popular because not everyone is allowed in. But you should still try it: IF you manage to enter you can listen to the techno / minimal techno that is booming out of the speakers, or you can listen to music from the house and electro scene in the Panorama Bar (one level up). Another advantage is that this club is completely unbiased - therefore no photos / videos are allowed indoors. Altogether this club consists of the Berghain itself, the Berghain Panorama Bar and the Berghain Kantine. The areas are also very often used for concerts or even as a catwalk for fashion events.
address: Am Wriezener Bahnhof, 10243 Berlin