In the trendy Kreuzberg district Oranienstraße, one of the busiest and wildest places in Berlin, stretches parallel to the viaduct of the U1 underground line. There are many dining facilities, such as the Oregano or Bateau Ivre snack bar, but the legendary SO36 Club is also located here. Oranienstraße was named after the Dutch Princely House of Orange.
Oranienstraße is not only full of entertainment, it is also a street full of living history. Konrad Zuse developed the first computer and the calculator Z4 here, which was to be produced as the first computer in mass production. But also the riots, demonstrations and protests in 1987 caused an international sensation.
Today, the street is one of the most important areas of Berlin’s nightlife. The street reflects the district Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, with its shrill bars like the Roses or the Club Ritter Butzke.
Anyone who is on the road in Oranienstraße during the day should definitely visit the shop for artist’s supplies Modulor. Even if you are not artistically active, a visit to the small, in-house café is worthwhile.
If you are looking for an unforgettable night, this is the place to be. Wild parties and long bar and club visits are obligatory.