The brewery HB is a sanctuary for those ve like beer. The building is very nice and the inside is huge, which does not make it easy to find a table. What caught my attention, as I'm teetotal, was those waitresses, dressed in regional costumes carrying a dozen glasses of beer at a time - a show of strength, since one liter glasses weighed 200g empty. There is also an orchestra enlivening the evening.
This original round door bar is in one of the most picturesque, alternative areas of Berlin, Kreuzberg. You can enjoy good rock music and a beer'' Berliner'', plus, since it's in the bar area those who like to hop from bar to bar are in the right place.
It was our first day in Frankfurt, 8 in evening, with the sun of a scorching July day, but ... In this country it's time for dinner, right? We realize this while taking photos of the Kaiserdom, and right next door is a restaurant that looked good, so we decided to investigate. We approach the menu there with the letter ... Surprise! We can read the letter in Spanish! So here we were. We sat on the terrace where the atmosphere is lively, and we ask for a menu, we asked for the sausage ... and a dish called "Rostbratwürste" for each, comprising 2 tender sausages, cabbage, and mashed potatoes with beer and mustard sauce, delicious. Think about that dinner and I drool...The restaurant was very good, great food, proper decoration and even had a waitress wearing traditional dress. The price was not bad, € 12 per person especially considering that we were in the center and along the Kaiserdom!
You could not be more central. In Königstrasse itself, next to Hauptbahnhof this particular bar is located on the roof of a department store building. What characterizes the place is that it makes you feel like you are in the beach, in your chair, with the sand and a cold beer. The Germans appreciate this very much, the sunny days and warm weather. So the Skybeach is crammed with people on summer days. The truth is that it is a pleasure to stop by there to relax with a drink. The price of the drink is not overly expensive. To give you an idea 33cl beer will cost about 4 euros. It pays to know this corner of Stuttgart. I definitely recommend this place to visit and enjoy relaxing in the sun in the summer months.
This little bar with a terrace is located little away from the city center, about a 15 minute walk west of the Victoria column. It is the bar of the hotel Adrema close to the government district and Charlottenburg Castle, on the banks of the river. In good weather have a drink on the terrace suspended over the water since you can see the sunset. It's not like the beach, but not bad. I recommend some beer and nibbles which include typical sandwiches or sausage type things. They also have full mealsand you can dine, but it is better to just go for a drink late in the afternoon. When not too busy it is a perfect place to end the day in a calm environment. Not too expensive, but you should ask for the prices, otherwise you may be surprised.
This place closes late (about 5.30 in the morning) and, as the S-bhan to go home starts at 5:45, it was the best option for a night out. The club has 3 floors. The top floor plays rock and has couches. The middle one is more for dancing. The ground floor has a large bar and the music is more techno. The site also has a terrace at the entrance to smoke or get some fresh air. The star drink, of course, is beer. In fact, I don't remember seeing anyone drinking anything else. Prices are standard (draft beer costs 3 euros). If you have been out partying in Stuttgart, you will have gone there. It's part of the route.
This is a place to party by Stuttgart. In the center of town (about three minutes from the nearest S-bahn Stadtmitte). Basically you will listen electronic music. The entrance to the site costs around 5 euros. Once inside, the glasses are worth between 6 and 7 euros and 3.5 euros for a bottle of beer. The place has a dance area with a stage for the more daring ;-), it also has two bars and sofa area to sit and talk. I must say that I rather liked it although the only complaint I have is that when it is full it is too hot. It can be a bit overwhelming especially during the erasmus parties.
I think I have been here half of my Erasmus of two years. Zwölfzehn (Twelve Ten) is a pub near Stadtmitte which became a favorite of many Spanish. If you are a large group or a group with a shortage of girls you can discard the vast majority of sites in Stuttgart. This place has rock music, including the classic oldies, eighties music and some more modern themes. The price of drinks is quite affordable for the students pocket. To give you an idea, a draft beer pint costs 3 euros. And they also offer sparkling wine, typical of southern Germany for about 2 euros. Yes, the wine is somewhat quarrelsome. The day you go half the people there will be German and half Spanish. Admission is free and the site closes around 4 on Friday and Saturday. I recommend taking the time and going to visit, it's a great place to enjoy the people and the atmosphere, I loved it and so will you.
It is currently empty and maybe it is awaiting demolition. But something of Tacheles is still some open: a small exhibition of metal figures but it is not possible to access the original Zapata. There are no bars left in the inner courtyard of the building. It is a pity as it was one of the best spots in Berlin.
In this German city where carnivals do not know ve is ve, when one walks into a bar you have to give them "Kölsch". Kölsch is a word that is traditional in Cologne and is the name of the dialect and the local beer. Whoever visits Cologne has to try this beer served in a "Kölner Stangen. They buy cylindrical trays with holes to attach many glasses at a time to carry them. They also have to sing folk songs. They are sung in the street: "Kölle alaaf", and thank the waiter: "Kölle alaaf" and in the bathroom: "Kölle alaaf!" Etc.. At the end they are just carnivals and you think you have been brainwashed. Not that I want to brag about being in Köln at carnivals, but ... "Kölle alaaf" is inevitable as you walk through the door on Monday to work.
While in Germany better known as 'The Land of Beer'... go to an Irish pub?? Yes, we did the first night in Frankfurt. It's precisely this brewery that was next to the hotel, and as we arrived at night the city was a good place for a drink and go to bed. It is in the Sachsenhausen district, on the corner, and it's always crowded. Inside it's got a good decoration in old plan, low light and full of old book shops.
Here is the pub where we were going every night in Frankfurt ;) It was right next the hotel on the same street where we were staying. I'm not sure why I chose it (the whole street was full of bars), I think it was because I had a menu and we could show the waiter what we wanted. It was surrounded by wooden tables and benches, where you could sit with your friends and make new friends hehe. Inside was a pub and you had to pay an entrance fee, I do not know this price as I only went to the toilets but it is a good idea if you are going to party. At this place you have an extensive list of beers, softer ones, stronger ones with lemon, mint amd grapefruit. I recommend sitting out with a few beers and watching the ambience. If you get hungry go directly in front where there are delicious sausages.
The glass architecture of Bar Babette is perhaps what most attracts me here. Located in the Karl-Marx-Alee, the avenue built in the style of the avenues of Moscow to rival the great boulevards of West Germany, the Babette is one of those bars with great ambience, intimate lighting, views, and a relaxing feel. Ideal for a beer or a glass of wine while listening to music, often live. It is just a few steps from the metro station Schillingstrasse, near Alexanderplatz.
Located in a busy area of the Friedrichshain district, the Astro Bar is one of the best cocktail bars in Berlin. It is decorated with a very "retro" feel, the lighting is very dim and the walls are filled with keyboards and posters from science fiction films. Although it has a DJ who plays good ambient music, the Astro Bar is not a place for dancing, but for a few drinks with friends in a lively and bustling environment. Prices : € 5 for whiskey and mixer, while beer varies between 2 and 5 € by type.
If you go to Berlin, you have to visit Tacheles, and sooner or later, this place. It is like a bar in a basement, with a wide selection of cheap beers, € 3 a pint for all brands. On the outside it looks weird, but inside it is very cozy with lots of sofas and there is a great atmosphere. The owner is very nice and I loved the bar. I went a couple of times because the owner seemed like a nice guy and because the bar was cool.
If you're a football fan like me and do not miss the Spanish league while traveling, I recommend this bar-pub, a Barcelona headquarters in Berlin, where you can also eat a burger and fries for about 5-6 €, 1.50 sodas and good German beer. Good people, many erasmus, great atmosphere. As a Madrilean, I was surrounded by Catalans. On the street Ziegelstrabe, 12 (Metro Oranienburger Straße)