The nightlife scene in Berlin is legendary around the world. Stories have passed along with tales of 72-hour club binges and people not realizing how long they’ve been out dancing. It’s well known the clubs of Berlin are made to entertain and keep people in them for as long as possible. However, the bars of Berlin do not receive as much attention. Generally, bars are less wild than clubs and don’t play the same kind of music. The bar scene has been overlooked for too long; the bars are ready and waiting to be discovered.
Looking for the best place to watch the Berlin sunset with an entry fee of only €3? Look no further than Klunkerkranich. This urban bar is located on the top of a multi-story car park. It’s a great place to visit during the summer time to relax with friends while watching the sunset. The entry fee goes toward keeping the area green and providing live music every Sunday afternoon.
Germany is world-renowned for its beer. Enjoy an old-fashioned beer garden with some thirst-quenching German beer. Prater Garten is Berlin’s oldest beer garden and one of the most popular in the city. At times it can be overrun with tourists; however, the garden sticks to its roots and still serves reasonably priced beer.
Spend some hours at one of Berlin’s best gay bars, Mobel-Olfe. It’s a cheap bar with a wide selection of Polish beers. The bar has chairs stuck to the ceiling from when it was once a furniture store. Every Tuesday night is ladies night and it’s queer-friendly establishment, but, like most places in Berlin, they don’t care what your sexuality is.
You’ve booked your flights, you’ve found your hotel, you’ve spent the last six months dreaming about your trip. One problem? You don’t know what to do once you get there. If only there was an app that acted as your own personal tour guide, that led you to the city’s top sights and hidden gems, helping you make remarkable discoveries …
Getting through airport security can be a nightmare in and of itself, adding extra hours to your trip that could better be spent in any number of more enjoyable activities. Programs like Global Entry and TSA PreCheck are helping to make the process a little more bearable, but a new program, CLEAR, is quickly emerging as an up-and-coming way to make things even easier.
Located on a flat corner in Barcelona’s Poble Nou neighborhood, a site for many a tech startup or already established tech giant (like HP Enterprise and Booking.com), Sopa serves as a perfect lunch spot during the workday. The cafeteria-style eatery lets you fill up on vegetarian and vegan dishes and either dine in, take the food outside to the patio dining area or take it back to the office for a lunchtime meeting.