Berlin is best for...
Late night clubs: Berlin's clubs often open at midnight, get busy at around 2am and close early the following morning
Trendy locations: Head to Friedrichshain or Kreuzberg to find some of Berlin's hippest bars and clubs
Outdoor entertainment: Berlin is home to many outdoor theatre and film venues as well as a beach bar and an amphitheatre
Language: The language spoken in Berlin is German
Currency: The currency used in Berlin is the Euro
Local time: Berlin is 2 hours ahead of GMT/UK time
Fly to: Berlin's main airport is Berlin Tegel Airport
Berlin’s nightlife is as legendary as its currywurst and beer, and it’s just not right to visit without trying all three.
Once you’ve got your photo by the Brandenburg Gate and learnt all about the fall of the Berlin Wall, it’s time to put on your dancing shoes and see what the city’s nightlife has to offer.
The capital of Germany’s also the capital of techno music, with some of the biggest clubs in the world attracting top DJs. There’s also a thriving beer garden scene, where you can sit and enjoy a tipple from a local brewery. If you’re going in summer, head to a park with a picnic and spend the day relaxing in the sun.