11 tolle Orte unter freiem Himmel in Berlin

Haubentaucher

Foto: Haubentaucher

Die Zeit ist gekommen, dass wir endlich aus unseren dunklen Löchern, lauten Clubs und dreckigen Bars von Berlin kriechen und endlich an die Sonne gehen! Wir haben ja leider nicht unbedingt einen wahnsinnig intensiven oder langen Sommer. Aber die sonnigen und warmen Tage, die wir kriegen, werden bis ins Volle ausgeschöpft. Und wo gehen wir da am liebsten hin? Natürlich überall dort wo wir unseren Drink unter freiem Himmel genießen können. Am besten im Grünen, oder mit tollem Ausblick, oder am Wasser. Oder all das. Zum Glück haben wir hier in Berlin einige solcher Orte, die das erfüllen. Wir haben euch nach dem Klick 10 unserer Lieblingsorte unter freiem Himmel zusammengestellt. Viel Vergnügen!

Klunkerkranich

Cafe, Bar, Club, Lounge mit Blick über die Stadt.

Neukölln Arcaden, Karl-Marx-Str. 66, 12043 Berlin-Neukölln

Open Fri 17-01:30, Sat-Sun 12-01:30h

Foto: Klunkerkranich

Birgit&Bier

Biergarten und Open Air Club direkt an der Mündung des Landwehrkanals in die Spree.

Schleusenufer 3, 10997 Berlin-Kreuzberg

photo: Viktor Strasse / Birgit&Bier

Jackie O

Geheimtipp in Rummelsburg, charmante Open Air Bar in alter Flussbadeansatlt.

Zur alten Flussbadeanstalt 1, D–10317 Berlin-Rummelsburg

photo: iHeartBerlin

Holzmarkt / Pampa

Alternatives Community Projekt an der Spree. Urban Farming, Theater, Kunst, Party, Bar, Cafe, Restaurant, usw…

Holzmarktstr. 25, 10243 Berlin-Friedrichshain

Open Fri-Sun 14-22h

Holzmarkt

photo: iHeartBerlin

Haubentaucher

Outdoor pool, lounge und bar.

Revaler Str. 99 / Warschauer Str., 10245 Berlin-Friedrichshain

Open Mon-Thu 10-01h, Fri-Sun 10-03h

photo: Haubentaucher

Vabali

Balinesischer Spa. Achtung: FKK.

Seydlitzstraße 6, 10557 Berlin-Moabit

Open daily 10-24h

photo: Vabali

Badeschiff

Outdoor Pool, Sonnendeck, Lounge und Bar an der Spree.

Eichenstr. 4, 12435 Berlin-Treprow

Open daily from 8-24h

photo: Badeschiff

Wilder Hase im Nirgendwo

Erster veganer Biergarten Berlins, direkt neben dem Berghain.

Helsingforser Str. 11-13 (to the right of Berghain), 10243 Berlin-Friedrichshain

photo: Wilder Hase

Cafe am Neuen See

Traditionelles Cafe und Restaurant mitten im Tiergarten, mit Bootsverleih.

Lichtensteinallee 2, 10787 Berlin-Tiergarten

Open daily 9-23h

Foto: Cafe am neuen See

Prinzessinnengarten

Urban Farming und Biergarten im Grünen mitten am Moritzplatz.

Moritzplatz, Prinzesinnenstrasse 15, 10999 Berlin-Kreuzberg

Open daily 10-20h (the cafe opens at 12h)

photo: iHeartBerlin

Hafenküche

Frühstück, Mittag und Abendessen im Restaurant & Cafe mit Bootsverleih.

Zur Alten Flussbadeanstalt 5, 10317 Berlin-Lichtenberg

photo: Hafenküche

Ihr kennt noch mehr tolle Orte unter freiem Himmel? Lasst uns gerne wissen, welche in unser Liste nicht fehlen sollte, unten in den Kommentaren.

Frank by Frank
on Mai 12th, 2015
updated on April 8th, 2016
in Bars, Cafés, Clubs, Friedrichshain, Kreuzberg, Neukölln, Restaurants, Tiergarten
16 Comments »

16 Responses to “11 tolle Orte unter freiem Himmel in Berlin”

  1. Robert Says:

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  2. Oha Bitat Says:

    https://www.facebook.com/RampeClubBerlin/photos/pb.143119399148144.-2207520000.1431494371./692893724170706/?type=1

  3. Sofia Says:

    The Bar at the 25hour Hotel and the Restaurant
    there called neni- great!!!

  4. Kerstin Says:

    Der Grunewaldsee – Refugium für Hund und Herrchen- (hier darf Hund noch! ins Wasser) ..und offensichtlich auch für Nichthundebesitzer ein großartiges Erlebnis. Lest den folgenden Beitrag.

    “(..) It was a very enjoyable experience , and one of the highlights of my visit to Berlin, which this piece of writing depicts exactly! Thank you Ladies.” Dorothy Grieves

    http://www.berlinunwrapped.com/if-you-go-down-in-the-woods-today/

    If you go down in the woods today…
    by Penny Croucher | Aug 16, 2014 | Out and About | 4 comments
    This week’s blog was originally written in German by Dorothea Lehmann and was inspired by a recent visit to the Grunewaldsee, a beautiful forest lake and one of my favourite places to go walking in Berlin. I have given my version of her text in English, but also included the German original. Anyone visiting Berlin for more than a couple of days should try and get to one of its many lakes and the Grunewaldsee is so accessible – just jump on the M29 bus along the Ku’damm to Roseneck or take the S7 to Grunewald station. In either case the forest is on your doorstep and you can walk all around the lake in about an hour. It’s fabulous at any time of the year and a great place to cool off in the summer. (..)

  5. Victoria Dobbs Says:

    I wanted to bring to your attention a condition about the Haubentaucher​ swimming pool. I read about this pool and was very excited to go swimming there. After I waited in line for 90 minutes, I was turned away at the door because I did not look good enough to swim there. The bouncer told me his job is to be “the selector” and that I would have to leave so that other people who are behind me in line who were more beautiful than I am would be able to swim instead. This also happened to a man in line in front of me, who had a few extra pounds. The bouncer made it very clear that this decision to not let me in was personal, based on the way I look. I suggested that he could at least give people the courtesy of knowing in advance, before they wait in the hot sun for 90 minutes, but he says that everyone has to wait, and when they get to the front of the line that’s when he will tell people whether they have to leave. It’s very rude. I posted about this on their Facebook page, and they deleted my comments and blocked me from commenting. That is the worst customer service I have ever received. I hope that you will not delete my comment, because I really believe people should be aware of this before wasting their time going to swim there. If they will not let people know in advance, then I will.

  6. Stuart Says:

    What a load of shit, Victoria. My wife went there and said it resembled the set of MTV grind, so I don’t think you’re missing out.

  7. Baktillus Says:

    Holy fuck.
    Will sure not to spend any money on the Haubentaucher, even though im confident i would get in there.
    I dont need shits like that judging on my firends or people in general.

  8. suse Says:

    Haubentaucher gehört hier nicht in die Liste.
    Dieser Ort ist leider seelenlos, inmitten eines sonst wunderbarem Gelände!
    http://www.berliner-zeitung.de/berlin/kommentar-zu-clubs-in-berlin-wo-berlin-seine-seele-verkauft,10809148,31190666.html

  9. Claus Widmaier Says:

    I’m a fan of Iheartberlin, but there is something that has been bothering me for some time now.
    There is this perpetual feeling that this magazine is promoting event’s which do not represent the Berlin, which made it so damn sexy and natural !
    Now this town is turning into a Fashion show, wether it be alternative or Hipster, and if you do not belong to one of this clichee’s , you are not worth the club, swimming pool..
    Haaa, I won’t waste my time and why should this magazine propose such places..
    We want cool alternative places, where everyone is welcome, not where you wait 2 hours to pay to get in, and wether your six pack is up to to par, is beyond saddening !

    This town was super cheap, and super alternative, where everyone in the world cool feel home, rich or not.. but from the looks of some of the post’s here.. It’s all about to change ! Free Berlin from this Expensive Prices, and Posh people !

  10. Nikolay Says:

    I really like the cafe on the Insel der Jugend. A bit difficult to get there, but a really peaceful place. A plus is that you could then easily reach the old East German amusement park in Planterwald.

  11. mariop Says:

    @Claus: IHeartBerlin does indeed serve a typical specific group of people…but that was never different. I agree that you see more and more places/stores advised that just cost a bunch of money and are somehow fancy. I guess it is also related that the creators of IheartBerlin grow up and now earn real money and don’t need to drink anymore only the free champaign on the vernissages ;)

  12. Frank Frank Says:

    True that ;) We all grew up, also our readers that have been following us in these 9 years that we’ve been doing the blog. This is still a blog run by people (that are changing) and not a company or magazine that always tries to stick with the same editorial concept and audience target.

  13. Naemi Says:

    Deck 5, a bar on top of the Schönhauserallee Akarden.
    Open air lounge with coctail bar and beautiful chill out area.. Great place to see the sunset.
    Only open in summer.

  14. Dutkumar Says:

    Very attractive city . Berlin has many glorious history . I like Berlin .

  15. Kristina kalin Says:

    Wenn ich Berlin, meine Heimatstadt, wieder besuchen komme (wohne jetzt in Florida), werde ich den Haubentaucher auf keinen Fall besuchen. Das ist Discrimination!!! Das wird nicht unterstuetzt! Und ich werde auch alle meine Freunde in Berlin und Florida strengstens abraten von einem Besuch. Hier in Amerika sagt man : “stick it up your a..” Have a great day!!

  16. Eve Says:

    Wilder Hase and Klunkerkranich turned out to be my favourite spring/summer spots so far in Berlin.
    I found them on your page so thanks for that! ;) Not sure about Badeschiff and Haubentaucher though, I guess for me it’s too “commercial”

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