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When its precursor club Ufo closed its doors in 1990, the owners moved into the vaults of the Wertheim department store on Leipziger Straße in the former eastern half of the city, giving the club its new name (Tresor means vault in German).
This legendary Berlin club can now been found in an enormous former power plant on Köpernicker Straße in central Berlin.
You don't stand much chance of getting in if you're not dressed head-to-foot in kinky leather, or alternatively in not very much at all.
Berghain attracts some of the most famous names in house and techno music and is top of most people’s wishlist for a perfect Berlin weekend.
Once a symbol of Berlin cool, it is today known as a safer bet for tourists who have failed to get into one of the city’s more exclusive clubs. Oratory Located in the same building as Berghain, this gay sex club is perhaps the only location in Berlin where crazier stuff is known to go down then in its more famous neighbour's dark rooms.
On its website though, the club at least attempts to give the impression it is open to all.
"Pimp up your weekend starting with a sex party open for everyone, no special fetish required," it says about the event "Friday fuck 2-4-1." About Blank Another club in the industrial areas of Friedrichshain east Berlin, this is a relatively new addition to the Berlin clubbing scene which is said to even be popular with actual Berliners.
When you enter you have to pass through a long and narrow tunnel before you eventually emerge next to the first of three bars.
As with many of Berlin's best and illusive nigh spots, this far-flung club in Berlin-Rummelsburg has a no pictures policy and they'll offer a sticker to put over your phone camera upon entry.