I´m going to Berlin 27-30 sept, what to do?

I´m going with some friends to Berlin next month to chill, party and watch football.

I don´t know shit about Berlin but heard it is a crazy place for party and stuff.

Any OG:ers with experiences and/or advice of what to do there I will be most grateful!

Thanks.

In.

Nothing...?

Come on now!

The local beers are pretty boring but you should be able to get some good stuff from Bavaria up there.
Currywurst is a local specialty and can range from a sidewalk snack to borderline fine dining.
Most of my experience is much further south. Berlin is much more avant garde compared with most of the rest of Germany. Phone Post 3.0

Domingo - The local beers are pretty boring but you should be able to get some good stuff from Bavaria up there.
Currywurst is a local specialty and can range from a sidewalk snack to borderline fine dining.
Most of my experience is much further south. Berlin is much more avant garde compared with most of the rest of Germany. Phone Post 3.0

Thanks for the advice man, appreciate it!

You seem to now what you´re talking about, is there anywhere in Germany you would recommend going to since I will be having another trip in spring.

Eggbert - Get involved in the local amateur scat porn Phone Post 3.0

Lol, I would but my penis is just to big for the german business.....

I have been driving for 14 hours straight and I haven't slept in three days and I am wired on schnapps, benzedrine, and those little chocolate covered peanuts.

Berlin? Yes, I know it well. I stabbed a woman in a bar in Berlin. But I am going nowhere near Berlin.

I also sexually assaulted a horse in Berlin.

I'll drive this truck off a cliff before I ever go back to Berlin.

theBEAToff - I have been driving for 14 hours straight and I haven't slept in three days and I am wired on schnapps, benzedrine, and those little chocolate covered peanuts.

Berlin? Yes, I know it well. I stabbed a woman in a bar in Berlin. But I am going nowhere near Berlin.

I also sexually assaulted a horse in Berlin.

I'll drive this truck off a cliff before I ever go back to Berlin.

My girlfriends annoying friend also likes those little chocolate covered peanuts.

I think I have the perfect girl for you.

PM me for further instructions.

Thanks for the tips btw.

theBEAToff - I have been driving for 14 hours straight and I haven't slept in three days and I am wired on schnapps, benzedrine, and those little chocolate covered peanuts.

Berlin? Yes, I know it well. I stabbed a woman in a bar in Berlin. But I am going nowhere near Berlin.

I also sexually assaulted a horse in Berlin.

I'll drive this truck off a cliff before I ever go back to Berlin.
Nowhere near Berlin. Phone Post 3.0

Take one of the free walking tours that meet by the Brandenburg gate. They'll tell you about Berlin's history, show you parts of the wall, take you by Hitler's bunker (parking lot where dogs shit now), and a few other places. Go see the eastside gallery, check out the reichstag, hit a few clubs. Lots of great street art all over. It's a great city, you'll have a good time. Phone Post 3.0

Berghain! That's all you really need to know

the superhamster - 
Domingo - The local beers are pretty boring but you should be able to get some good stuff from Bavaria up there.
Currywurst is a local specialty and can range from a sidewalk snack to borderline fine dining.
Most of my experience is much further south. Berlin is much more avant garde compared with most of the rest of Germany. Phone Post 3.0

Thanks for the advice man, appreciate it!

You seem to now what you´re talking about, is there anywhere in Germany you would recommend going to since I will be having another trip in spring.

I've spent a lot of time in Bavaria and Franconia in the southeastern part of Germany. When you think about German stereotypes (giant beers, pretzels, lederhosen, sausages, etc.) that's the area that embraces that. Most of Germany is just like any other part of Europe, while Bavaria tends to be off on their own. They're a little like the German version of Texas in a way. They want to leave the rest of the country (and EU) in very much the same way, too :P

I'm a beer fanatic, so that's one of my main reasons for going. Beyond that, the food's great. The locals are also really cool and friendly to Americans. Munich is one of my favorite cities in the world just for being ultra modern and old world at the same time. I'd recommend it to anyone. For beer geeks, it doesn't get any better than Bamberg, which is a few hours north of Munich via the DB train.

Vinnie G - Take one of the free walking tours that meet by the Brandenburg gate. They'll tell you about Berlin's history, show you parts of the wall, take you by Hitler's bunker (parking lot where dogs shit now), and a few other places. Go see the eastside gallery, check out the reichstag, hit a few clubs. Lots of great street art all over. It's a great city, you'll have a good time. Phone Post 3.0

Thanks for the advice man, I really appreciate it!

VTFU.

Domingo - The local beers are pretty boring but you should be able to get some good stuff from Bavaria up there.
Currywurst is a local specialty and can range from a sidewalk snack to borderline fine dining.
Most of my experience is much further south. Berlin is much more avant garde compared with most of the rest of Germany. Phone Post 3.0
But oh so fresh!

Make sure you check out East Berlin... Phone Post 3.0

Thanks for the tips guys, appreciate it!

Gonna hit Berlin next Thursday. Fucking love that city Phone Post

Cool, you seem to know the city, any suggestions on what to do there?