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The 8 best clubs in Berlin

Published On 06/11/2014 Published On 06/11/2014
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1. Berghain / Panorama Bar Am Wriezener Bahnhof, Berlin, 10243

This popular Berlin club was named one of the best in the world, so if you're into clubbin', head here and you're bound to enjoy the techno-fueled party.

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2. Salon zur Wilden Renate Alt-Stralau 70, Berlin, 10245

Best described as an art house/junkyard basement, Salon zur Wild Renate will most definitely be one of the strangest bars you ever visit, considering they have a MAZE IN THEIR BAR.

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3. Cookies FriedrichstraĂźe, Berlin, 10117

This underground club offers a variety of themes inside, such as a chapel, as well as a resto upstairs and bars slinging signature cocktails, so you can have a supremely unique club experience in Mitte.

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4. Weekend Club Alexanderplatz 5, Berlin, 10178

With one of the most fun roof terraces in the city (overlooking the famous Fernsehturm TV tower at Alexanderplatz), Weekend has become a famous place among the tourist crowd. Nestled at the rooftop of a former Soviet tower block now housing mostly office spaces, the club plays house and techno music and hosts the likes of Jazzanova’s Dixon and Trentemøller.

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5. Club der Visionaere Am Flutgraben 1, Berlin, 12435

This is a chill open-air bar/club, whose laid-back attitude and atmosphere is more conducive to a relaxing evening of sipping drinks, rather than crazy sweaty dancing, which is what makes it a nice change of pace in the Berlin club scene.

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6. Stattbad Gerichtstr. 65, Berlin, 13347

If you've never been to a club that has an empty indoor swimming pool inside, you've never been to Stattbad. This unique club/art gallery/event space looks gritty and a bit dilapidated, making it a unique draw for clubbers.

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7. Club GRETCHEN Obentrautstr. 19-21, Berlin, 10963

Performances at this Kreuzberg club are mostly electro, house, dubstep, hip-hop, and experimental, and have included acts such as Quantic and Mr. Scruff. The club is named after a character from Goethe’s Faust and is located in a 19th century building that used to serve as the imperial stables.

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8. White Trash Fast Food Schönhauser Allee 6/7, Berlin, 10119

Given the name, it should be no surprise that this Prenzlauer Berg spot has a penchant for gigantic, artery-clogging burgers. But what is Bruce-Willis-was-dead-the-entire-time level shocking about White Trash Fast Food is that it also acts as -- get this -- a tattoo parlor and a club that features an endless rotation of DJs, parties, and live events.