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Sisyphos Club Berlin

In Berlin Mitte almost the entire riverside is already built over with vacant office buildings. Therefore, it attracts more and more clubs in the outer districts of Berlin. The Sisyphos club on the area of an old dog biscuit factory is an open-air club, for Berlin’s hedonists who like electronic music. For several years now, it attracts the party people to Lichtenberg in the Hauptstraße. Here you’ll find a mix of adult playground and a place similar to the Cabinet of Doctor Parnassus. There is an open-air area with plenty of space. All around there is a pond, an observation deck, an old fire truck with a platform to relax on and more. In the summer it is the perfect place to spend the whole weekend there and that’s even possible. The Sisyphos club is a wonderful oasis with rancid charm and attention to detail.

At Sisyphos you can dive into another world.

The little Gaulish village is like the one in Asterix comics and costs a fee of 10 Euros, for which one can party from early Friday to Monday. An ATM, and a snack store are located here and you also can buy socks. If you leave the club and return, you have to pay another 5 Euros. The drink prices are moderate and the possibilities to chill are almost infinite. The main floor has a Function One sound system and there are uncharacteristically relaxed doormen here.
Reasons for Sisyphos:
– Open from Friday night through to Monday morning
– wide open spaces,
– Great detailed decoration and up to 5 Floors
– In comparison to the Berlin inner city clubs civilian Prices
– Very relaxed doorman, nice and fast bar staff
– Very good sound investment, especially in the largest Floor
– directly on the water
– Pond, sandy beach, sun beds
Although Sisyphus is unmistakable it has memories of bar 25, but the club is very authentic. On the two dance floors indoor’s as well as the large open-air area there are good electronic sounds for the ears, the people are very relaxed and the atmosphere is very imaginative. The only drawback: The club is unfortunately a bit off the beaten track, but its still easily accessible by tram.