With everything from urban beaches and a hopping club culture, to boutique-chic design and cosmopolitan sophistication, the German capital has it all. Discover Berlin using the 60by80 gay guide for an extended weekend with Club, Queen and King-sized recommendations on what to see and do, and where to eat, shop and go out.
Hobnob with Berlin's coolest homo hipsters at the chic and opulent surroundings of The Liberate.
Art lab Kunst-Werke Berlin isn't for everybody, but breakfast at Café Bravo in its courtyard is a surefire winner. Then visit the galleries in Auguststrasse.
Visiting Norman Foster's dome at the Reichstag is a must. The queuing isn't: Book breakfast at Käfer on the rooftop and jump the queue. Make a booking for a tour of the very special Boros Collection afterwards.
Continue the museum gastro-tour with lunch at Sarah Wiener in Hamburger Bahnhof, the railway station turned modern art museum.
The staff may be rather haughty and uptight, but the vibe at Fame is buzzing and sceney, the mood lighting makes everybody look good, and the kitchen dishes up surprisingly delicious food.
Drinkers used to flock to the cool Bar 25 river space with its airy tented spaces for long, late summer nights. But don’t get too nostalgic; pick up the vibe at Kater Blau now in its place.
The crowd is, unsurprisingly, moneyed and a little trashy at the swish penthouse Puro Sky Lounge, but the views are unbeatable.
With most of the city's fine dining establishments closed on Sunday nights, a visit to a classic is in order and the don't come more classic than the original Café Einstein.
The only respectable way to end a party weekend in Berlin is to dance at GMF @ Weekend. Three floors of stunning views. In and out.
Some say the service is slow, others attest to the fact it’s a bit of an upscale cruising spot, but all agree that Green Door is a bit of an institution.