How to spend 5 nights in Berlin


Where are the best clubs? Where do the locals prefer to go on a typical Berlin night? To help you get acquainted with the city’s night scene, I made a Top 5 list of the best spots where you can spend your nights in Berlin. Because not only Berlin’s clubs turn the night into day. There is always something on in Germany’s capital all around the clock. If you looking for a good party, go to this website:


How to spend 5 nights in Berlin?
Vabali Spa Berlin (Mitte)

A beauty night at Vabali


In the midst of the hustle and bustle of metropolitan Berlin, Vabali Spa offers you a place of peace and relaxation. This unique spa boasts a Balinese charm with its authentic interior design, saunas and its outdoor pool. You can also have dinner here, book beauty treatments and – the best part – they are open until Midnight!


Vabali Spa Berlin

Seydlitzstraße 6

10557 Berlin (Mitte)

Station: U55, S3, S5, S7, S9 Hauptbahnhof

Daily 9–24h


More Mitte recommendations await you in the BertaBerlin map of Berlin Mitte.

How to spend 5 nights in Berlin?
Klunkerkranich in Neukölln

Up in the air in Neukölln


The bar Klunkerkranich is a perfect spot for a sundowner with live music and a dance floor. In the Neukölln Arcaden, take the elevator to the 5th floor and find your way through the parking lot to the rooftop bar/club and market (Floh-Kunst & Trödelmarkt).


For a fancy dinner, reserve a table at LAVANDERIA VECCHIA in Flughafenstraße 46, 12053 Berlin (Neukölln). Here you will dine a pre-defined menu with many delicious Italian dishes and delectable wines.



Karl-Marx-Straße 66
12043 Berlin (Neukölln)

Station: U7 Rathaus Neukölln

Daily 18–23h

How to spend 5 nights in Berlin?
Saint Jean Bar in Berlin Mitte

Bar night in Mitte


Spend a night at an awesome gay bar, SAINT JEAN BAR in Mitte. Small in size yet elegant, and with all its delightful details blended together into one picture. Close by are many dinner options, including one I personally love the MÄDCHENITALIENER, on Alte Schönhauser Str. 12, 10119 Berlin. After dinner you could go dancing at the CK Ballhaus, Chausseestraße 102, 10115 Berlin.


Attention: On Saturday you can only smoke outside.


Saint Jean Bar
Steinstraße 21
10119 Berlin (Mitte)
Facebook: Bar Saint Jean
Station: U8 Rosenthaler Platz
Tue–Thu 19–2h, Fr–Sat 21–3h, Sun 19–2h


For more about LGBT-friendly places in Berlin, head to my QueerBerlin map.

How to spend 5 nights in Berlin?
Have a swim at Badeschiff

Having a drink in Kreuzberg


From May to September you can take a dip in this swimming pool of the BADESCHIFF that floats in the river. But all year long you can grab a drink at their beach bar and enjoy the view. However, another particular experience is to be found in FREISCHWIMMER. Here you can dine waterside on the wooden deck with a variety of options to choose from an eclectic menu.



Eichenstraße 4
12435 Berlin (Kreuzberg)
Station: U1 Schlesisches Tor
Swim Season: May–Sep 8–24h
Escobar: Thu–Sun 16–24h


More hidden gems can be found on the BertaBerlin map of Kreuzberg.

How to spend 5 nights in Berlin?
Watching a movie at Zoo Palast Berlin, pic by Jan Bitter

Zoo Palast Berlin


The loving restored Zoo Palast reminds me of the Golden Age Cinema, with its imposing architecture, warm ambiance and impeccable service. Seven film halls, a cloakroom in the lobby, a film lounge and a cocktail espresso bar make a movie night to remember. 


You can have dinner in the MONKEY BAR or in NENI, the restaurant next door. To avoid the typically long queue, reserve a table and have dinner at Neni, and then hop over to the bar without the wait. 


Zoo Palast Berlin

Hardenbergstraße 29a 

10623 Berlin (Charlottenburg)
Station: U2, U9, S3, S5, S7, S9 Zoologischer  Garten


More hidden gems can be found on the BertaBerlin map of Charlottenburg.


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