Top 5 clubs of Berlin


Techno still rules the club scene in Berlin, but there's so much more to the nightlife in what is probably the best clubbing city of the world. Every weekend, people invade Kreuzberg to dance the night away. And with no official closing time for clubs, the party continues through mid-morning or beyond.


Top 5 clubs of Kreuzberg
Bohnengold in Kreuzberg


(house, techno, disco)


It is a bar/club with delicious drinks and a back room dance floor, which is in action most Friday and Saturday nights, with DJs typically spinning house, techno or disco.


Reichenberger Str. 153
10999 Berlin (Kreuzberg)
+49 30 78 95 84 10
Facebook: Bohnengold
Station: U1, U8 Kottbusser Tor
Hours: Mo-Thu 18-2h, Fr-Sat 18-6h



Top 5 clubs of Kreuzberg
Birgit & Bier in Kreuzberg

Birgit & Bier

(club, beer garden)


At Birgit & Bier, beer garden meets the club. It is located directly at the banks of the river Spree and is packed inside and out with fun carnival furnishings and creative themes. During the day you can relax in the sun, or at night their dance floors offer a unique music genre (house, techno, 80s to Hip-Hop).


Schleusenufer 3
10997 Berlin (Kreuzberg)

Station: U1 Schlesisches Tor
Beer garden: Every day from 14h
Club: Fr-S:at from 23h

Pic by Viktor Strasse


Top 5 clubs of Kreuzberg
Monarch in Kreuzberg



The entrance of Monarch is not easy to find, but the bar/club is worth the challenge. It is opposite the kebab shop Misir Carsisi. Simply go through the steel door and then up to the first floor. Aside from a dance floor, the club has a foosball table and a pinball machine.


Skalitzer Str. 134
10999 Berlin (Kreuzberg)
Station: U1, U8 Kottbusser Tor

Pic by Monarch




Top 5 clubs of Kreuzberg
Prince Charles in Kreuzberg

Prince Charles

(hiphop, techno, disco)


This club is located in the basement of a complex where an old pool-house has been converted into a bar. Prince Charles hosts events like Burgers and Hip Hop or ENGTANZ.


Prinzenstraße 85f
10969 Berlin (Kreuzberg)
Station: U8 Moritzplatz
Pic by Tim Kraehnke




Top 5 clubs of Kreuzberg
Farbfernseher in Kreuzberg


(house and techno club)


The former TV shop today has one primary dance floor, playing mostly house and tech house.


Skalitzer Str. 114
10999 Berlin (Kreuzberg)
Station: U1, U8 Kottbusser Tor

Pic by Maria Dominika


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