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Use this app to order your cab at a click of a button.
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Spas & Salons
For those in need of more than a relaxing bath, find some restful relaxation at this spa and sauna, open until the stars come out.
Read more: Liquidrom Berlin
Get your gym on with a cheap day pass and plenty of space.
Read more: Fitness Unlimited XS
Elite gym for a moneyed clientele with a 'wellbeing' outlook on everything.
Read more: Holmes Place Neue Welt
Work out like a God at this spacey Schöneberg gym with over 3,000 square metres of floor space to exercise that Achilles heel.
Read more: Apollo Sports Club Schöneberg
Plush, upscale facility with a 25m lap pool and nary a child in sight.
Read more: Elixia Wilmersdorf
Vast spa and sporting facility with mixed nudity on the menu, spa treatments, ambient swimming pool and fitness equipment.
Read more: Aspria Spa & Sport
Luxurious treatments for knackered cows and ungroomed cattle in Soho House’s members-only enclave.
Read more: Cowshed Soho House Berlin
Surround yourself with Greco-Roman buff beauties (and we’re just talking about the interiors) at these beautiful historic swimming halls.
Read more: Stadtbad Neukölln
Areas & Neighbourhoods
The traditional gay village of Berlin, of the classic activist genre, with the density of rainbow flags going up the closer you get to Nollendorfplatz.
Read more: Schöneberg
If elsewhere all roads lead to Rome, in Berlin they end up here and the tour buses ship in the fanny-packed, camera-touting tourists, well, by the busload.
Read more: Mitte
An area with metal detectors at schools but now seeing interest from artists, hipsters trying to escape themselves, and homeowners looking for the next big up-and-coming neighbourhood.
Read more: Neukölln
The centre of West Berlin before the unification, Charlottenburg is now bearing more resemblance to its silver-haired population: refined and affluent, but also a bit dull.
Read more: Charlottenburg-Ku’damm
One of Berlin’s most thriving and diverse cultural areas, full of anarchic punk types clamouring to be heard amongst the newcomers who’ve set up some of city’s coolest shops, bars and art spaces.
Read more: Kreuzberg
The city’s answer to New York’s Lower East Side and London’s Shoreditch. Abandoned warehouses are being snapped up by developers and converted into night clubs and luxury loft apartments.
Read more: Friedrichshain
The epitome of everything arty-farty about Berlin, Prenzlauer Berg is both one of the most village-like neighbourhoods as well as one of the most tourist-friendly boho centres.
Read more: Prenzlauer Berg
Party politically with this polysexual gathering that brings out the city’s deepest sub-cultures for a night of art, music and performance.
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