Berlin is a real stag partying paradise. One of most prominent world metropolis provides enormous range of nightlife happenings from 24 hours discos & continent's most trendy electronic music scene to traditional German breweries.
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With one-third of the city covered by parks, rivers, lakes and nature there is also plenty of space to relax.
The city has an oceanic climate which means warm sometimes humid summers and cool winters.
With over 3.5 million inhabitants Berlin is one of the most populous cities in all of Europe so there is definitely no time for boredom.
From sporting events to museums the capital of Germany is brimming with exciting experiences for its visitors. If you are interested in the local history you can explore the well-known Brandenburger Gate, the TV Tower, Check Point Charlie and other architectural sites & museums of the city. But we know that you will not :)
Berlin is well-known for its lively nightlife so prepare for a wild experience when you head out for a night out on the town.
Parties usually start later so start off with a tasty dinner to make sure that you have plenty of energy to dance all the way until the early morning hours. In this city everybody can find their ideal place to party.
From pubs to indie bars and venues with live music Berlin has one of the most diverse nightlifes we have seen. But especially if you are a techno fan then a visit to this city is a must. With some of the best techno clubs in the world you are guaranteed a memorable experience.
As for where to go, you can find a place to party in all districts of the city but some of the most popular ones are Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg, Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain.
Berlin Practical Tips
With two major airports, over 100 direct flights from UK getting to Berlin is extremely easy.
Getting around the city is easy with a dense network of public transfer that includes buses, trams, tube (called U-Bahn) and above-ground light rail (S-Bahn).
While in the city you definitely must try out the local beer. German beer is world-famous and is a major part of the country’s culture. That's why you can find many varieties being served at every proper pub. Some local beer brands include Berliner Kindl Weisse, Sternberg and BRLO.
The official language of the country is German and the local currency is Euro.
Some useful words you might need include:
- "Hallo" = hi
- "Tschüss" = goodbye
- "Bitte" = please
- "Danke" = thank you
- "Ein Bier bitte" = One beer please
- "Ich spreche kein Deutsch" = I don't speak German"