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1. Berghain / Panorama BarAm Wriezener Bahnhof, Berlin
2. Club der VisionaereAm Flutgraben 1, Berlin
3. KaterholzigMichaelkirchstr. 23, Berlin
4. WatergateFalckensteinstr. 49, Berlin
5. Spindler & KlattKöpenicker Strasse 16-17, Berlin
6. BadeschiffEichenstr. 4, Berlin
7. RummelsburgLandstraße 2-12, Berlin
8. YAAMStralauer Platz 35, Berlin
9. CookiesFriedrichstraße, Berlin
10. KitKatClubKöpenicker Str. 76, Berlin
11. TresorKöpenicker Straße 70, Berlin
12. Golden GateSchicklerstraße 4, Berlin
13. StattbadGerichtstr. 65, Berlin
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.
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.
Located on the Spree River, Katerholzig is a substantial indoor/outdoor club with a decent-sized dance floor and various other rooms to explore, as well as a resto on the top floor.
Watergate offers two floors of super-charged partying, a river-side terrace outside, and typically, long lines of people waiting to join the action.
S&K boasts a sweet river-side location where it features both a restaurant and club, not to mention plenty of space on their patio to lounge on a futon and enjoy a drink and an amazing view.
One of the most unique clubs in Berlin, Badeschiff is an outdoor beach bar that features a pool... in a river. Once you pay a small entry fee, you're free to roam the beach, roof, or have a dip in the pool. During the summer months, there’s plenty of room to lounge around and tan, but you’ll often find DJs and dance parties here, too.
Rummelsburg is a beach party club, plain and simple, with a tiki bar DJ, sandy dance space, and palm trees swaying in the breeze. It also offers a number of bars and tasty BBQ.
As hard as it is to believe, YAAM is an Afro-Caribbean beach, smack dab in the middle of Berlin. This sandy venue is a nightclub/concert venue/beach, complete with sand, a bar, and African street food.
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.
The KKC attracts a diverse group of people from all over Europe, who come to listen and dance to techno and trance, as well as engage in far more explicit activities that the club actually allows (that is if you follow the strict and strange dress code that requires latex, leather, high style, and glamor attire).
One of Berlin's oldest and most legendary clubs, this techno-blasting dance party venue was created in 1991 in the vaults of a former department store, and today it doesn't open til midnight and closing time is usually TBD.
Located in Mitte, Golden Gate is one of Berlin's grittiest clubs, which consists of a small, dark dance floor where parties sometimes last until the following afternoon.
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.