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The Best Night Life in Berlin

The StarTripper Journal presents the best night life Berlin, both Night Clubs, disco and other - the Club Guide.

Our team to Berlin are professional world-wide travellers who have tested a lot of hotels, restaurants and night clubs.

They love Berlin, a beautiful green city, fascinating architecture ranging from the historical to high modernism and more controversial post-modern projects.

They love dining in the top rated gourmet restaurants, and they love shopping in the big name designer stores in Friedrichstraße and Tauentzienstraße, or vintage clothing in Prenzlauer Berg.

And at night they love partying, Berlin is more of a 48-hour than a 24-hour city, with weekends stretching well into weekdays, so they welcome you to Berlin, have fun, dance into the following night, and see the sunrise from the bridges that cross the river Spree.

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The StarTripper Journal presents the Berlin Club Guide:

Picture The pearl in the Berlin club life.

They set out to take the hearts of guests by storm: the team at THE PEARL is passionate about presenting their vision of "Berlin's way of high class nightlife" on Thursdays through Saturdays, as well as on Mondays.

The LED dance floor, the huge sound system and the breath-taking lighting effects will make your party heart beat faster.

Reserve a generous VIP lounge in the club area or the exclusive Gray Goose table just off the dance floor and enjoy an unforgettable party night.

Fasanenstrasse 81
Picture The world’s most famous techno club – with the world’s toughest doormen too.

Open weekends Friday 12am to Monday.

Am Wriezener Bahnhof
Picture Fantastic space, three club rooms and a massive garden with lots of corners to explore.

Party goes from Friday night to Monday morning, nonstop. A bit touristy, but the door policy filters quite well.

Say hi to that attractive stranger and have a great night! Be social – don't forget to dance – and no pics.

Hauptstrasse 15
Picture Housed in a safe of a department store, Tresor was the first techno club in Berlin’s post-Wall years.

The club became the formative stylistic starting point of a worldwide music and youth movement. The Tresor cellar, with its dance floor pressed between bank safes, the unique sound and the dense fog, became a symbol of the successful reunification of the youth of two formerly separated German states, who danced and celebrated here together from the club’s inception.

Opens at 23:59.

Köpenicker Straße 70
Restaurant A top-notch sound-system driving house and techno beats from the best DJs – a carnival-like atmosphere.

Opens at 23:55.

Holzmarktstrasse 25
Picture A two-story electro, house, and drum and bass temple, right on the Spree river. Tight doors.

Opens at 23:55.

Falckensteinerstrasse 49
Picture If you want the party to never end, Club Der Visionaere is the right place for you. In a collection of canalside shacks near the Spree in Kreuzberg you will find the ever-going party.

True to the Berlinische insistence of relaxation, it's an understated, marginal kind of place where clubbers hang out on post-party weekend mornings or afternoons.

Am Flutgraben 2, Kreuzberg

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