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Berghain & Panorama Bar

Berghain & Panorama Bar

Inside the abandoned power plant you’ll find not one, but two clubs. Berghain is one of the most well-known in the world, sometimes dubbed 'the church of Techno'. Panorama Bar offers a slightly lighter atmosphere and plays all variations of house music. Be prepared for long lines, top-notch music played through the best audio system imaginable, and party that doesn't stop until late morning. Definitely a lifestyle experience. Berghain bouncers are strict. They tend to dislike big groups, loud laughter in the queue and phones. Be cool and discrete, and don't wear your best clothes.
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Sisyphos

Sisyphos

Sisyphos will leave you exhausted, but in the best way possible. Located inside the vast indoor and outdoor spaces at a former dog biscuit factory, this club-festival hybrid creates a unique atmosphere that’s for long sunny weekends. You'll cross paths with students, experiences ravers and hippies. Dress code is often described as 'exciting'. Sisyphos is somewhat far from the centre, but you can hop into a convenient shuttle from Ostkreuz. Remember to reserve some cash for your trip home.
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Tresor

Tresor

Tresor (German for safe or vault) was founded in 1991 in the vaults of the former department store. The club takes its beginning back to when Germany was reunified: it brought together all the who's-who of techno and house scene. Since its establishment, Tresor has moved — in 2007 a decommissioned heat and power plant Heizkraftwerk Berlin-Mitte became its new home. The atmosphere remains honest and friendly, with a good mixture of different kinds of people who just want to dance the night away. You'll make friends in no time!
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