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Berlin is famed throughout Europe and beyond for its ...
Berlin is famed throughout Europe and beyond for its
nightlife, the unofficial home of European techno music,
expect dark smoke-filled rooms and dancing until the
not-so-early hours of the morning. Although, there are
a multitude of alternatives – like jazz nights and jam
sessions – if electronica is not your thing. For Berliners,
the night doesn’t really get going until after midnight.
Club queues are longest around 2 – 3am. Most places
have a dressed-down feel – no heels or figure hugging
dresses here. Don a pair of black jeans, a dark shirt and
a bored expression for the best chance of entry. Average
entry fee is around 10€, a reasonable price to pay for
the pleasure of exploring the buildings and listening
to the talent on the decks. Most of the bigger clubs will
stay open until past noon, and some, like Sisyphos and
Berghain, stay open all weekend, so a night out never
need come to a premature end.
Team Curso/CTR Travel Writing
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