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Not only is Alexanderplatz Berlin’s most famous square, it is also the largest. It was named after the Russian Tsar Alexander’s visit to the city, and is known by locals simply as “Alex”. The square was once a major transport junction next to the Wall. Today, it is closed to traffic and invites visitors to stroll past the various shops now found here. Also, make sure to take a look at the extraordinary World Clock. And if you’re not afraid of heights, head up the Fernsehturm (TV tower) for views of Berlin from above.
Spielbank Berlin is home to one of the capital’s most unusual event venues covering more than 1,000 square metres on its first floor and accessible via a separate entrance. Extravagant interior design, first-class gastronomy and cutting-edge technology make the Sternberg the top event venue in Berlin. Art, culture and entertainment events of a high standard are held here. Numerous celebrities such as Karl Lagerfeld, Berlin’s governing mayor, Heidi Klum and Thomas Gottschalk have all visited the Sternberg.
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Over the past 25 years Tresor has created many historic moments in the musical and party history of the city. From Jeff Mills’ first sets on three turntables, to the grandiose Tresor Park parties, to various chapters of the Loveparade with Sven Väth in the 90s and since then countless generation-spanning parties, that represented for their visitors the highlights of their personal clubbing experiences. The history of the club was always eventful and not without complications. From the temporary closure by the authorities in the early years, to several raids, all the way to the closure and demolition of the old location in 2005, the years of wandering in exile and the resurrection in the new location Kraftwerk Berlin.
Born from an unrenovated apartment building in Friedrichshain, across the river from Treptower Park. There are three main dance floors: Schwarzer Raum on the ground floor, mainly focussing on techno. Then upstairs there is Grüner Raum where it’s all about house, and Roter Raum for all things slow, weird and trippy disco. The atmosphere is that of a theatrical house party. A large outdoor courtyard is open during the summer, which provides another bar with food and plenty of space to hang out.