Top 5 Biggest Night Clubs in Europe

5. Berghain, Berlin, Germany

Berghain is one of the most legendary and notorious nightclubs in Europe. It is located in a former power plant in Friedrichshain, Berlin, and it can hold up to 1,500 people. Berghain was opened in 2004 and it has become one of the most influential and respected nightlife institutions in the world. Berghain is famous for its techno music, its dark and industrial atmosphere, its strict and mysterious door policy, and its liberal and hedonistic culture.

Berghain has two main rooms: the Berghain floor, which plays hard and minimal techno, and the Panorama Bar floor, which plays house and electro. Berghain also has a basement called the Lab. oratory, which is a gay fetish club that hosts various themed nights. Berghain also hosts some of the best DJs and producers in the world, such as Ben Klock, Marcel Dettmann, Len Faki, Ricardo Villalobos, and Nina Kraviz. Berghain is open from Friday night to Monday morning and it is a place where you can experience the ultimate techno rave.