Berlin is widely regarded as Europe's best party scene due to its thriving techno culture, 24/7 party culture. Indeed, famous clubs like Berghain, Tresor, and Watergate attract top DJs creating an alternative and underground spirit. If techno is not your cup of tea, Berlin has an abundance of options such live music venues, rooftop bars, and quirky pop-up parties.
  • #Parties
  • #Nightlife
  • #Clubbing
  • #Nightclubs
  • #Bars
  • #BarCrawls
  • #Events
  • #Opening Times
  • #Entrance Fee
  • #Berlin
  • #2024
Last updated/reviewed on Wednesday 15th May 2024

Best clubs, bars and crawls

Toggle to 'map' to find the nearest venue

Click on the map markers to show the venue details

Data last updated/reviewed:
Opening times subjected to seasonal changes, it is advised to enquire with venue before your visit

All events in Berlin

Filter all events near you by day

No events logo
No events scheduled at this time...

All Party tips for Berlin

Click on the questions below.

Berlin's nightlife is very special. It is mainly famous because of 2 nightclubs, namely Berghain and The KitKat Club. One is popular techno club where it takes ages to get in and the other is a fetish/hedonist club. It is probably safe to say that Berlin has a very alternative and underground nightlife that revolves around techno. If you are into other style of music, you might be disappointed as there are little options. Some of these clubs can run 24h a day for the entire weekend, the nightlife never stops in Berlin!
Similar Questions: How is the nightlife in Berlin? Has Berlin got good night outs?
The Berlinese nightlife is concentrate over 3 main districts: Friedrichshain is a haven for techno lovers who can dance 24h straight and home of popular Berghain and Watergate. The Kreuzberg district has more of an alternative scene for the one into exploring different style of music. Mitte right in the center is more a fit-for-all zone which a wide range of ordinary bars and clubs mainly targeted at the tourists
Similar Questions: Is there a party street in Berlin? Where are the party zones in Berlin? Where to party in Berlin?
In Berlin we recommend to stay around the Alexander Platz which is bang on in the center and make is easy to go anywhere in the city on foot or by metro
Similar Questions: Is it better to stay in at the hotel or hostel? What are some good accommodation options in Berlin? Where to lodge in Berlin?
Berlin is known to be one of the most LGBTQ+ friendly place in Europe if not the world. Indeed, Schöneberg is often considered as the meeting point for the LGBTQ+ community in Berlin. It's particularly known for the area around Nollendorfplatz, sometimes called 'Regenbogenkiez' (Rainbow District in English). If that is not enought, consider the other neighborhoods like Kreuzberg and Neukölln also have vibrant LGBTQ+ communities and venues.
Similar Questions: Is there a gay district in Berlin? Is Berlin gay friendly?
We all know that german love their beers (Pilsen), so it not usual to see a bunch of germans buy a quick beer from the Kiosk or Cornershop nearby before hitting the Kneipe (The local pub). Germans usually go out pretty early but depending on the club the night can be very looong! It is important you adjust your schedule and energy level in function of the night out your are planning
Similar Questions: How late do people go out in Berlin? When do people go out in Berlin?
Partying in Berlin should not be as expensive as its peers (namely Paris and London). If you want to hit one of the top techno club in the german capital, it will set you back by about 20-30€. For a cocktail be ready to spend around 10 to 15€ in most clubs and the beers should oscillate around 5 to 8€. Not as cheap as it used to be but affordable for a capital of this size
Similar Questions: Is it cheap to party in Berlin? How much does it cost to party in Berlin?
If you want to party in the cheap in Berlin, the best option is to organise some pre-drinks in a park or even in the street. It is not uncommon to see german people carrying all their beers on a little trolley. Try to stay away from the big popular places with long queues and check out some of the smallest and more tucked away places, you might be surprised. In the summer months, there should be a lot of free events you could take part
Similar Questions: Where can I get discounts to party in Berlin? How to party for cheap in Berlin?
Berlin is relatively safe and well connected with metro. On weekend the U-Bahn operates 24h a day, where as on weekday it runs until 1AM. It is always recommended to stay in group and move around in groups
Similar Questions: Is it safe to walk in Berlin early morning? Can you walk at night in Berlin?
In germany, there is usually no need to dress to impress, just come as you as but don't wear any trainers or tracksuits or football jerseys if you want to maximise your chances of entry
Similar Questions: What is the dress code in Berlin? Is there a specific dress code to enter clubs in Berlin?

Latest blogs about Berlin

Read the latest party trends near Berlin