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WHERE TO GOIN BERLIN the long bar, together offer guests the opportunity for one-on-one meetings as well as social gatherings. Adjacent to the Marlene Bar is the Library, which is furnished in classic English style, with open fireplace, heavy leather seating and a small bar — popular with film stars and politicians as a setting for interviews. The Marlene Bar, one of the few hotel bars in the city with daily live music, features an exclusive programme of pop, soul, jazz and Latin American music, from 9:30pm to 1:30am, except Sundays. Opening hours Monday to Friday are from noon until 2:00am, and at weekends from noon until 3:00am. Budapester Straße 2 10787 Berlin Tel.: +49 30 260 212 53 Metro: U Bülowstraße U2 Clubs Dante Club – spacious and special by world-class, highly skilled bartenders. At 600 sq m, the Dante Club offers seating, a spacious dance floor with stage and chillout areas, all designed to create the perfect night out. And for late summer evenings, and just perfect after a long day at IFA, there are two outdoor-locations — the vast summer terrace and a modern open-bar. The Dante Club is equipped with the latest audiovisual equipment, available to clients product presentations, business events and receptions. Dante am Hackeschen Markt 10178 Berlin Tel.: +49 (0)30 24 72 74 01 Metro: S Hackescher Markt S5 S7 S75 S9 Museums & Exhibitions German Museum of Technology – a learning experience The German Museum Of Technology houses a large collection of historical technical artefacts. Close to Potsdamer Platz, the museum occupies a historical industrial site and, together with an extension for its aviation and maritime collections, forms a distinctive series of landmarks, which includes the Raisin Bomber aircraft from the Second World War, on the roof of the building. The museum park — with its two windmills, a water mill, a smithy and a brewery – is an oasis of green, and perfect for IFA visitors looking for a cultural but relaxing break from business. The museum presents a broad spectrum of old and new technologies and demonstrates their various historical connections to culture and everyday life. Daily demonstrations, visitor activities and guided tours make the German Museum of Technology an interactive learning experience. Trebbiner Straße 9 10963 Berlin Tel.: +49 30 90254-0 Metro: U Gleisdreieck U1 U2 Cultural Entertainment Pyronale 2010 – the magnificent art of fireworks The elite of the world’s firework artists compete for the gold Pyronale trophy — at the fifth Pyronale, the firework world championships held September 3 and 4 at Berlin’s Olympia Stadium. Artists from all over the world put on their best show to convince the jury that they are the best in their craft — both technically and creatively — as they compete for the ultimate prize. Tickets for the stunning show can be bought at www.ticketonline. com, +49 (0)1805 600 121, or notified ticket agencies. Pyronale @ Olympia Stadium Olympischer Platz 3 14053 Berlin Tel: +49 (0)30 20634 952 Metro: S Olympiastadium S9 S75 U Olympiastadium U2 The Dante Club, located near the Hackerschen Höfen in the centre of the city, is a famous restaurant and nightclub offering entertainment at the highest level. The club’s four levels create the perfect ambience in which to celebrate the night, and mix with Berlin’s hipsters and visitor. A unique range of drinks can be ordered at four bars, staffed 46

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