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Sure, all clubs in Berlin are crazy, but some grab their nutty factor and run – and run and run. In contrast to somber, concrete temples like Berghain or Tresor, these clubs have gone the Burning Man route with artsy labyrinths, enormous sculptures, and even floating swimming pools. Our recommendations are the places you’d want to write home about, if there was only an adequate way of describing them…

Kater Holzig Kater Holzig is for adults what the best playground is like for kids: a far-out place where no one judges you for playing hide-and-go-seek for hours. There’s wooden platforms, hidden bars, rows of confessional booths and cheeky artwork. While it’s open year-round, it reaches a peak of insanity when the whole place is opened up in the summer and for special events.

The Five Craziest Clubs in Berlin

Feb 1st 2014, 12:58 by Allison Guy

Berlin is a city known for giving you a heck of a bang-for-your-buck, and no where is this more true than in the city’s cheap dining scene. The streets abound with German, Middle Eastern and Asian food that’s not just affordable and fast, it’s probably better than most of the sit-down restaurants you’ve got back home. Here, six of our favorite spots to fill our tummies, from the famous to the far-out:

YamYam Across the street from the (deservedly) famous and touristy Monsieur Vuong, YamYam serves some of the tastiest, most authentic Korean food in Berlin. Though it’s now more of a sit-down place, the food is still affordable and fast, drawing a big lunch crowd in search of bimbimbap and the addictive kimchi soup. Alte Schönhauser Straße

Six Picks for Gourmet Fast Food in Berlin

Jan 6th 2014, 10:00 by Allison Guy

For intrepid travelers, sightseeing doesn’t stop at sundown. Oftentimes, however, even the best guidebooks fall flat when it comes to bars, clubs and general nighttime adventuring. Especially in ever-changing cities like Amsterdam, Berlin and London, hotspots come and go, while the truly epic parties are usually one-off events. To top that off, solo travelers often wind up heading back to the hotel earlier than they’d hoped. A new app, Party with a Local, aims to solve the perennial problem of the party-starved traveler by hooking up visitors with likeminded locals. Rather than frantically searching event listings – or just giving up entirely – Party with a Local makes it easy to meet new friends and experience parts of a city you’d never see on your own.

'Party with a Local' Hooks Up Travellers with Locals Tonight!

Dec 10th 2013, 10:39 by Allison Guy