Here you will find small restaurants of international cuisine, designer shops, night supermarkets (ideal for that street beer with friends), pubs and bars of all kinds; and best of all, they are all next to each other. Located in the Kreuzberg district, this area is well known for being one of the busiest in all of Berlin. Let yourself be lost in its streets full of tables, chairs and people, looking for the best bar for you!
If you are looking for a place to party along the Spree River, Wrangelkiez is the place you have to visit in Berlin. In the area between Görlitzerstraße and the River Spree you will find places like the legendary Watergate club, which offers magnificent views of the river or Birgit & Bier, a beer garden located on a small island where live bands also play. In addition to the other side, in front of the long Görlitzer Park you can find a large number of bars and pubs where you can enjoy a beer at its street tables.
Winterfeldtplatz is undoubtedly the most diverse area in all of Berlin, a neighborhood where the flags of pride waving on many balconies and shops. At the doors of its bars, cafes and hotels you will see the rainbow stickers, a clear sign that everyone here is welcome, regardless of their sexual preference. A neighborhood that has this essence of tolerance since the 1920s, when Motzstraße was a meeting point for the Berlin homosexual community. Also during the summer, the LGBT collective makes its great annual celebration here: the Schwul Lesbisches Straßenfest, which brings together more than 400,000 people, at a party full of color and joy.
Going out for Simon-Dach-Straße is to live Berlin’s diversity at its best. Here hipsters, punks, rockers and lifelong Berliners stroll through its restaurants, cafes and bars. Around Boxhagener Platz you will find international restaurants serving dishes from around the world. In addition to the great culinary offer, you can also spend a fun-filled night in the cafes and bars in the area. If you want a more “artistic” outing, at the Intimes cinema, you will be able to watch the latest movies on the billboard in a room with the charming atmosphere of the 70s, while in the neighboring Ladenkino cinema non-commercial films are screened.
If you are looking for fun without leaving the city center, Oranienburger Straße is the place you have to visit to spend a night at full speed with the television tower. In the Hackescher Markt there are a lot of restaurants for all tastes and in its surroundings you will also find a large number of bars and discos. For example in Hackesche Höfe there is a complex of patios restored with taste in a modernist style.