Party Earth Review Known as the world’s oldest brewery, the Weihenstephan brewery has long been revered as a giant among German beer makers – and fortunately for Berliners, the brewery’s Weihenstephaner restaurant and beer hall transports this famous taste of Bavaria right to the center of the city. Located on Hackescher Markt, this charming ... more
Neue Promenade 5
Reviewed by Núria C.
"MyTake One of the best plans for a Sunday morning in Berlin is to pick up your bike and hang around some of the flea markets. The RAW Tempel flea mark ..." more
Revaler Straße 99
Reviewed by Núria C.
"Boddinstrasse subway station is probably one of the weirdest points in Neukölln that transmits the dirt and the decadence of the suburbs in this area. ..." more
Party Earth Review With over 120 beers on the menu, Aufsturz is a beer drinker’s paradise. Once patrons walk in the front door of this busy Oranienburger Strasse institution, they’ll find themselves in a clean but well-worn bar that is much bigger than it appears from the outside. The tan walls are decorated with impressionist paintings by ... more
Oranienburger Strasse 67
Reviewed by Hannah D.
"My Advice/My Take: I have never had a problem getting in Süss War Gestern, even with bigger groups, which is so nice for Berlin and makes the atmosphe ..." more
Party Earth Review A huge club housed in a former power plant, Berghain is widely considered the best techno/electro club in Europe. The imposing concrete structure is nearly as intimidating as the club’s reputation, with lineups featuring well-known resident DJs like Marcel Dettman and Ben Klock. The space is divided into two rooms with ... more
Am Wriezener Bahnhof 1
Reviewed by Kirsten H.
"One of the last remaining anarchist havens in the city, Köpi 137 is a sprawling squatter colony that hosts an underground concert venue, a “fight club ..." more
Köpenicker Straße 137
American Restaurant / Bar
Party Earth Review Belushi's is an international hub for locals, expats and travelers alike - right in the heart of Berlin. You'll find a Happy Hour there every night between 5pm and 9pm, with 2-for-1 deals on Carlsberg and 2-for-1 offers on Vodka, Gin or Scotch w/ mixer! Also Jägermeister is on offer for just 1.50€ a ... more
There is an endless list of activities and variety of themes that are good for groups in Berlin.
For outdoor enthusiasts the large parks of Tiergarten, Treptower, and Hasenheide are always bustling with families, dog walkers, and bohemians of all sorts having a barbecue, sunbathing, or taking part in some kind of impromptu party.
Groups in Berlin looking for something more remote can head to Grunewald, a large park in West Berlin, or take a collective train ride to the beach at Wannsee in Potsdam.
Groups in Berlin looking to party have venues throughout the city to choose from. In Kreuzberg and Neukölln, the streets and area around Oranienstrasse and Weserstrasse are packed nightly with young Berliners, artists, international backpackers, and groups of all sorts drinking and laughing with friends.
For groups in Berlin who want to dance, Kreuzberg is home to clubbing hotspots Kater Holzig and Watergate. Just east in Friedrichshain is arguably Europe’s best club, Berghain, where the line never seems to get any smaller.