MYKITA is full of resources and excellent tips on what to do and where to go in the German capital. Selected by the MYKITA team, the Berlin Summer Guide series hopes to help visitors make the most out of the city in the same way a Berliner would. This time up: Where to go dancing.


Clärchens Ballhaus

Open since 1918, the century old ballroom is a famous meeting point for the local dance aficionados. From swing to cha-cha, introduction courses for different dance styles are offered on a daily basis. Even if not a ballroom dance enthusiast, the historic building and its idyllic garden are still worth a visit. 

Photos by Bernd Schoenberger

Auguststr. 24
10117 Berlin
Mo-Sun: 11.00-open end
Garden open until 23.00



A stone's throw from the legendary Club der Visionäre, IPSE is one of the best-kept secrets of Berlin's nightlife. Its festival-like vibe and off the beaten path location makes IPSE's open-air area a great alternative for dancing in the summer. Unlike most Berlin clubs, the parties here start early in the evening, or even in the afternoon.

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Vor dem Schlesischen Tor 2b
10997 Berlin



Cocktail bar or club? No need to choose with Larry. A firm MYKITA favourite in Berlin-Mitte, Larry brings together a varied musical selection with great drinks. Mixed crowd, laid-back atmosphere.

Chauseestrasse 131
10115 Berlin
Wed-Sat: from 22.00


Loftus Hall

Hidden away in a mini-forest, this 1950s style building is a great late-night destination. The diverse music concept, ranging from house to hip-hop, changes with every party. Because not open every day during the weekend, it pays to have a quick look at the Loftus Hall website to see what’s on.

Maybachufer 48
12045 Berlin


Prince Charles

Located just around the corner from the MYKITA HAUS, Prince Charles was destined to be popular among the team. The interior is all Kreuzberg glamour and the event calendar has something to suit every taste. Monthly highlights include the popular Burgers & Hip Hop culinary-hybrid and the cozy Engtanz party.

Im Aufbauhaus
Prinzenstr. 85 F
10969 Berlin


Strandbar Mitte at Monbijou Theater

Museum Island, one of Berlin's most beautiful historic areas, forms the backdrop to this unique spot. The lively bar by the river Spree is equipped with a wooden dancefloor overlooking the Bode Museum. Dance lessons in a diversity of genres from swing to salsa are offered on a regular basis. Enjoying the view, cocktail-in-hand, is a good alternative for those working up the courage to hit the dancefloor.

Photos by Bernd Schoenberger

Monbijoustr. 2
10117 Berlin
Im Monbijoupark vis à vis Bode-Museum


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