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    Check out our insiders gay guide to Berlin, with tips on the best gay bars, clubs and restaurants in the city.

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    Berlin’s gay bar scene is legendary. From camp evenings with drag queens in pink velour to sneaker nights and dark rooms, we have the best list for your next trip!

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    Check out our list of the best places to stay, from the heart of gay Schoeneberg to the hip hotels in Neukolln.

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Welcome to Gay BERLIN

Visit our guides to the Berlin, Europe’s never ending city of parties, fetish and fun. Find the best places to stay and play.

Berlin Hotel Guide

Discover the best Berlin Hotels in the gay centre of Schöneberg or in the trendy Mitte district. Book early to get the best rates, especially for big events.

Recommended Bars

Berlin’s bar scene is vast, spread out over 4 gay neighbourhoods. From trendy cafes to cruise bars, check out our guide to the city’s best places to party.

Dining Out

From food trucks to international markets, Berlin is a foodies dream come true. Check out our guide to gay and gay friendly restaurants with style!

Gay Berlin Events

Berlin hosts not 1 but 2 gay pride events, 3 of the biggest fetish weekends in Europe, plus a different club and party every night of the week!

Where to stay in BERLIN?

Schöneberg is home to Berlin’s largest gay village. Hotels in this area are within walking distance of a huge range of gay venues and the famous Ku’Damm shopping street. Good transport links make it easy to explore the city.

RIU Plaza Berlin
Modern Luxury

Riu Plaza Berlin

This hotel is set in a modern 18-story building and close to KaDeWe department store and the gay bars in the city.

Axel Hotel
Gay Favourite

Axel Hotel Berlin

This hotel in Berlin’s gay area offers designer rooms, a rooftop bar with panoramic views, and a modern spa. Gay Owned.

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Gay guide to BERLIN & What you need to know!

A quick guide to getting the most out of your gay holiday to Berlin

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Berlin has had gay neighborhoods in the districts of Schöneberg and Kreuzberg (both in the western part of Berlin) as well as in Prenzlauer Berg (eastern part) since the 1920’s. Here you will find most of the gay hotels, bars, cafes and shops!

Berlin is home to a vibrant queer community that doesn’t shy away from talking about sex. Berlin Pride, or Christopher Street Day as they call it in Germany, is a dream. The Berlin International Film Festival attracts queer cinema from around the globe and gives out the Gay Teddy for the best queer film of the year. The city is unabashedly proud of its gay, lesbian, bisexual and trans communities and its celebration of this history and culture makes it an incredible city to visit.

Schoneberg is the historic gay district. The city thinks of itself as “poor but sexy” and it is just this vibe that makes it such a fun place to go out. Kreuzberg offers a slightly grungier vibe. The diversity of bars, restaurants and clubs in Kreuzberg makes it easy to get around and a tourist-friendly area. The über-hip Neukolln neighborhood has become Berlin’s hotspot with an alternative hipster scene.

Berlin is gay all year long. However, weather isn’t always so friendly in Berlin. For those who enjoy the amazing freedom of the naked body,the summer months are best with sexy guys on bikes, in shorts, reading on a bench or lying naked on the grass mostly in Tiergarten park.However, winter has its own secrets, and the gay scene thrives in Berlin’s gay saunas, clubs and bars.Nightlife is as good as ever. Clubs like Berghain keep their cool, with the famous Saturday night queue often just as long as in summer. Regular gay parties are a part of going out in winter—coat checks are just more popular.

The cool thing about Berlin’s gay scene is how big and diverse it really is. Berlin’s nightlife and cultural offerings are so diverse that there’s really something for every type of tourist, from Karaoke to Naked Nights and everything inbetween.

  • Berlin - A city of festivals.

    The Lesbian and Gay Street Festival  (Lesbigay Street Festival) takes over the neighbourhood around Motzstraße for a weekend in July and is one of the largest festivals of its kind in the world, attracting more than 350,000 visitors each year.The festival is also an essential during the Berlin’s Pride Weeks that cover the month of July, bundling together more than 200 cultural, political, and sporting events. In addition to the festival on Motzstraße, the Berlin Pride Weeks include the Christopher Street Day, CSD on the Spree, and Gay Night at the Zoo.

  • The party never ends!

    Berlin is a city that can party all day and all night. Many clubs and parties no longer have closing hours. Berlin’s public transport system, urban railway (S-Bahn), underground (U-Bahn), trams and busses, operates the whole night and every half hour on weekends.

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