Tradition and Modernity
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IN THE EVENING
Berlin is one of the most vibrant and multifaceted European cities that you can find. The variety of Berlin’s evening entertainment is witnessed by more than 9000 restaurants and diners, over 100 theatres, countless cabaret stages and many venues for live music. Starting from the funky bars on the banks of the river Spree or beginning the evening in one of the many cocktail bars you can prepare for the crazy Berlin night. Clubbing enthusiasts should prefer the eastern part of Berlin, especially north of Hackescher Markt and around Alexanderplatz. Another area of great popularity is the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, where you will also find one of the favourite venues of a young David Bowie. The clubs of Charlottenburg, in Potsdamer, are also an interesting alternative. In clubs the most popular music is electro and techno, with famous local DJs and from around the world. But we also find several ’60’s, rockabilly, and alternative rock beat scenarios, such as the deli that houses the Berlin Ramones Museum, in the Mitte and the countless locations from which more or less famous groups perform rigorously live performances. The traditional Gay & Lesbian Panorama mainly attends the Nollendorfplatz, also known as Pink Village. You can also find here the Schwules Museum on the history of homosexuality, and find yourself, by chance, in a room completely covered with pink plush. Worthy of notice, in June, the Christopher Street Day Parade, overwhelming event that attracts over 200,000 people each year. But for those who do not like clubs and nightclubs, in Berlin you will be able to enjoy valid alternatives such as theatre. In what for many is the most famous theatre in Berlin, the Berliner Ensamble (Brecht-Platz 1), or in the Schaubuhne am Lehniner Platz (Kurfurstendamm 153) you can spend exciting evenings. Finally, you can simply walk through the streets of the city centre, MITTE, and casually get involved one of the many events organized every evening.
Leisure and Relaxation Centre Wuhlheide
An der Wuhlheide 197 – Berlin
The largest leisure centre for children and young people, stretches over 100,000 square meters, with playgrounds, a children’s museum, a theatrical stage Astrid Lindgren, two concert halls, a children’s cinema, a pet enclosure, a climbing wall, a space centre, a gym with swimming pool, a circus marquee, a bathing lake with an ecological island and much more.
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