Sisyphos: 60h non stop party in Berlin

Berlin: the capital of Germany

If you are planning a trip to Germany (👉GERMANY GUIDE), you need to know that it is a country characterized by its museums, nature, Christmas markets, its controversial past and its impressive architecture.


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Berlin (👉BERLIN GUIDE) is a multicultural city that stands out from the rest European cities thanks to their own style, as you can see in their underground bars and clubs.

Although it also offers a great variety of activities. If you want to learn more about its history, I recommend you visit the Sachsenhausen camp and take a tour of the Nacism in Berlin.

Another option is to get on the tourist bus, or sail along the River Spree and enjoy the iconic landmarks on this Berlin boat tour.

Sisyphos club in Berlin

Parties at Sisyphos are unstoppable. The adventure begins on Friday at midnight and the nightclub is kept open and accepting people until Monday, without breaks, without closing, without excuses. It is divided into 5 rooms and an open air area. To facilitate the long stay they have an ATM and a moderate but sufficient (for the occasion) offer in food. The prevailing music is electro in all the dancefloors.

Interior de la discoteca Sisyphos en Berín

In the outdoor area there is a small lake with a bridge surrounded by an area with sand, sun loungers and sofas, ideal for relaxing and sunbathing in summer. The decor is typically Berlin style: you spend the time wondering if the stuff is bought it or if it’s been found on the street. And the location is not to be missed, it is located in an olddog biscuits factory.

A place to discover, which makes you believe that the impossible belongs to your everyday life, full of new corners to let the imagination fly, to go with the flow and not to stop being surprised by this small world invented in the middle of a city as cosmopolitan as Berlin.

Discoteca Sysiphos en Berlín

You can go partying at night or just around noon, when there are less people, to have a drink and relax, while sitting on one of the couches and then go dancing when you feel in the mood. Even if electronic music is not your favorite, it is a really interesting place to see and to get a bit more of the spirit of this city. Sisyphos is in the Lichtenberg district and well connected by public transport. There is an S-bahn station not far away (you’ll have to walk a bit and the landscape is not one of the most beautiful, S3 banhof Rummelsburg) but I would recommend you to take the tram, as Sisyphos entrance gives directly to the stop 21 Gustav-Holzmann-Str.

How to get from the airport to the center of Berlin

Berlin-Brandenburg Airport (BER) is located less than 25 km from the center of Berlin.

There are 4 different ways to get to the city center. The most comfortable option is to hire a TRANSFER (👉PRICES); although you can also take a taxi or go by public transport, that is, by S-bahn (something like the subway) or by regional train.

The two S-bahn lines to get to the center of Berlin from the airport terminals 1, 2 and 5 are lines S9 and S45. In both cases there are trains leaving every 20 minutes.

To get to the center of Berlin by train, you must take the Airport Express (FEX) or the regional trains RE7 and RB14. All of them stop at Terminal 1 and 2 of the airport. The regional trains stop is just below Terminal 1, and there are 4 scheduled departures every hour.

If your flight departs from Terminal 5, you will have to transfer at the same station to take the S9 or S45 to your terminal (the trip takes about 8 minutes).

You will find more detailed information in this article on how to get from the AIRPORT to the center of BERLIN

Useful stuff for your trip to Germany

Below, you will find some products that will be very useful during your trip to Germany.

In addition, the options that I recommend are committed to the environment/social causes and are vegan.

Waterproof windbreaker

vegan+ environment commitment

Carrying a waterproof windbreaker in your suitcase is essential in case temperatures drop, it rains unexpectedly, or to go hiking.

When traveling, it’s important to choose a jacket that is lightweight, takes up little space and that you can use in different situations; that is to say, that transpires, is waterproof and has a hood to protect you properly from bad weather.

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3-in-1 hiking shoes

vegan + environment commitment

These La Sportiva shoes are designed to run in the mountains, thanks to this you can use them for hiking, go out to run and do tourism ; saving space in your suitcase.

They are made with goretex, which means they protect you from the inclement weather weather (such as rain, ice or cold) and are adherent to the ground. This makes them ideal for traveling due to their versatility.

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10l backpack for day trips and trekking

vegan + social & environment commitment

This 10 L backpack 10 is ideal for visitng cities or going hikimg. It has two compartments to organize your stuff properly and internal space for a hydration bag, as well as a side pocket to carry a bottle.

The size is suitable for 1 day trips and to go running, since it allows you to take everything you need with ease. In addition, it covers less of the back and thus avoids being overheated.

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Save Money with the Berlin welcome card

To get around Berlin easily, you can opt for the Berlin WelcomeCard (you can buy it at this link) which will allow you unlimited use of public transport (flat rate) and offers discounts of up to 50% in more than 190 museums and Berlin attractions.

If you have small children, you will be happy to know that the card is free for children under 6 years of age. Prices for adults are as follows:

48h72h72h + museum isl.4 days5 days6 days
23 €33 €55 €40 €46 €49 €

Tours & activities in Berlin

In Berlin there are many places and activities to enjoy during your stay in the German capital.

I leave you a list with the activities and tours you can do around Berlin, to get to know this city in more depth.

Options also include free tours to help keep your travel budget from skyrocketing.

Where to stay in Berlin

The city of Berlin changes quite a bit depending on the area you visit. I would separate it into two zones depending on your preferences and the type of tourism you like.

EXPENSIVE ZONE AND LESS ALTERNATIVE

Broadly speaking, the area of Stadtmitte, Kurfürstendamm and Charlottenburg is more arranged and expensive (American part during the GDR). Here you can do a quieter and more usual type of tourism, focusing on the monuments, the opera, museums, shopping, etc…

YOUNG people + UNDERGROUND

If you are more into the alternative style and focused on young people, I recommend the neighborhoods of Friedrichshain, Kreuzberg, Prenzlauer Berg and Neukölln. Here there are many curious and more alternative bars, concerts in basements, parks to have a barbecue, nightclubs that are open 3 days 24 hours, festivals, etc…

¿Is it safe to travel to Germany?

Germany is a safe country to travel, and there are no risk areas where tourists are not recommended to go. If you are a victim of robbery or accident, you should call the police at 110.

Although it is a safe country, crimes also occur; so remember to follow these recommendations and hire a travel insurance

  • If you’re being robbed, don’t try to fight back physically.
  • Ve con cuidado al salir de noche, y mantente en lugares donde haya gente.
  • It’s best to be cautious at night, so stick to well-populated areas.
  • Keep your valuables close to your body and out of sight to avoid being a target for thieves (your camera, phone,..).
  • And finally, don’t carry your backpack on your back where it’s easy for someone to snatch it; carry it in front of you or use a belt bag or cross-body bag instead.

Eating vegan in Germany

Traditional German food is not exactly characterized by the scarcity of products of animal origin. Luckily, in this country you will find restaurants restaurants that offer many different cuisines and you will not be short of options when you go out to eat.

In general, it will not be difficult for you to find vegan food since most restaurants have vegan and vegetarian dishes on their menus and, in addition, there are also many restaurants that are entirely vegan.

If you want to cook to save a little, organic supermarkets are where you will find more options that fit your needs. And there are even german cities where you will find 100% vegan supermarkets!

Two practical tips for your stay:

  • Before going on a tour that includes a meal, always mention that you are vegan or vegetarian, so that they can adapt the food.
  • The quality of fruit and vegetables in German supermarkets is not the best. If you have a Turkish market or supermarket nearby, it’s better that you buy there the fruits and vegetables, nuts, hummus, muhammara, etc…

What to visit in Berlin

Besides the museums and the East Side Gallery, there are more great places to visit in Berlin. Below you will find a list of the touristic landmarks, but also some places that are out of the ordinary, so you can enjoy a mix between the popular and alternative side of Berlin.

Carnival of SUBCULTURES (PUNKS IN BERLIN)

The Carnival of Subcultures is a very cool street party that I highly recommend. Every year the inhabitants of a squatted building in the center of Berlin called Köpi organize the underground version of the main carnival.

The vibe is punk and they also organize concerts and, in addition, there’s a war of tuned bicycles (some even spit fire). Later, the party continues inside the building, which becomes a club.

Volkspark Friedrichshain

If you like lakes and parks, I recommend visiting the Volkspark Friedrichshain. It’s one of my favorite places in summer because of the atmosphere and its central location.

It is a very complete park: many people organize barbecues with friends or come to play sports. There are also bars, and a lake with ducks where you can’t swim, but you can sunbathe lying on the grass.

When the temperatures begin to rise and the good weather arrives, there’s also an outdoors cinema where you can see mainly independent films.

Abandoned children’s hospital

This abandoned children’s hospital was opened in 1911, and it was the first and the largest hospital for newborns and children in all of Prussia .

However, ten years later, in January 1997, the hospital was closed permanently.

Since then it has been abandoned and deteriorating due to several fires that took place and damages occured over time. But it has achieved another type of charm: the one from graffiti and adventure.

If you like abandoned places, in Berlin there is also an Iraqi Embassy.

GO TO THE OPERA OR BALLET

Something that many people do not know is that going to the ballet or the opera is very cheap and the billboard gets renewed very regularly – in the same week you can see 2 or 3 different performances.

You can choose between the Deutsche Oper and the Komische Oper. The stagings can be classic, or modern and groundbreaking (some are amazing), thus approaching the younger audience.

Prices range from approximately €20 to €50 per person. And here comes the best: if you are a student or under 30 years old, you can buy the ticket you want for only €10 (awesome) showing up 1 hour before the performance.