We give you the opportunity to spend the New Year in one of the emblematic cities of European clubbing. Direction Berlin! A large majority of Germans and some European tourists come to Berlin for a weekend to enjoy this very famous holiday. A lot of people are expected in the city, including a fireworks at the Brandenburg Gate. Once the fireworks have been fired, let's go to Berlin's nightlife!
Begins the year in style in Berlin!
The hotels have been chosen to suit all possible budgets. They are all ideally close to the nightlife of the city. The movements in the city are very easy thanks to the metro or among the many taxis.
You have the choice to go to the city via Bus (OuiBus) or by plane.
You can directly add to your reservation the airport transfer to take you from Berlin airport to your hotel (the duration is about 20 minutes). The return is included. Airport transfer is only possible if you book your flight with your package.
The New Year in Berlin is an experience to do! Yes, you will agree, it will be rather cold, but there are many ways to warm up once past midnight. You can go to the neighborhoods of Prenzlauerberget and Kreuzberg, famous for their bars or go to the district of Friedrichshain for the techno scene.
Several nightclubs and iconic venues offer evenings: The Watergate, the Golden Gate, the Berghain (which by the way was open 60h last year, from 1 January 00:00), the Gretchen, the SO36, the Prince Charles, the Tresor Berlin, and the Ritter Butzke.
A festival is also taking place in the German capital, with a techno line up. The Hyte NYE with artists such as Amélie Lens, Adam Beyer, Pan-Pot, Richie Hawtin, Stephan Bodzin and much more.
The best months to visit Berlin are mainly the summer months, from May to September, but you can of course go to the German capital all year long. There is an average of 8 rainy days per month. The average temperature varies between 0 ° / 7 ° in winter and 18 ° / 24 ° in summer. With cold winters and hot summers, Berlin is in the continental climate. To warm up, head to the first bar in the area for a quick pint with friends, before spinning in the many clubs, many of which are under the influence of techno.
In Berlin, it is obviously the German who is spoken. Since Berlin is a very tourist town, they also know very well how to speak English. So do not hesitate to take out the French Tourist card and ask them to give you a hand if you are lost with your plan of the city.
The currency in Berlin is the Euro. This is obviously the only currency with which you can pay for your purchases in Berlin. You will be able to easily change before your departure at your bank or in a foreign exchange office, or do it directly on the spot according to the agreements that you have with your bank, either by taking with you the liquid, then by going to an exchange office, either by withdrawing money with your credit card directly from a distributor.
To make a call
From Germany to France: 00 33 + phone number
From France to Germany: 00 49 + telephone number
Check with the consulate of the country of destination whether a residence visa is required, but also with any countries crossed if a transit visa is required.