Berlin’s dance floors


by research-in-germany.de

Berlin is not only the capital of Germany, it is also the most animated city in the country. They say that no nightlife in any other city can match the nightlife in Berlin. Berlin’s dance floors are renowned all over the world. The city has some of the most original and dazzling clubs on the planet. If we look back the history of the city, we can see that the city itself has undergone many transformations since the Second World War. A complete new city was born after the reunification. Many abandoned warehouses turned into techno party places, and this way the nightlife developed in this city. Today, you can find in Berlin’s clubs anything from house and disco to indie rock or salsa. However, the most popular style seems to be the disco one. Let’s see together some of the Berlin’s dance floors frequented by the party people in this city.

Cookies, a feast of nightlife

 

by berlin-life.com

At origins, Cookie was a concept meant to gather people to a different location each weekend and the party was hosted by a so-called „Cookie”. The Cookie used to find a location and gather people every week and that is when the moveable feast nightlife began. Today Cookie became a permanent party location at Friedrichstraße 158-164. Like most of the Berlin’s bars, this place plays techno music. Besides the traditional dishes, they serve some of the best vegetarian food in Berlin. The club is open all week long, but the best parties can be attended on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Bar Tausend, a newcomer

 

 

by mixology.eu

This bar is relatively new on the club scene but is a top-ranking one. The interior of this club is a single room of steel, glass, mirrors and lightening. However, clients should find their way to this club, as there is no sign or bell indentifying it at all. The club seems luxurious and perfect for after-dark clients. It is also ideal for trying the famous Moscow Mule.

 

The country Rodeo Club

 

 

by clubregion.com

This club can be found in the Post Office Building in Berlin, on Oranienburger Straße. This is a member-only club, which means that you can only enter here if you are a club member or have an invitation or reservation. But everything is worth the trouble of getting a reservation! After the gourmet dinner served at 8 o’clock, you can dance on the urban floors all night long.

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