The Berlin Marathon has come and gone - with Kenian runner Eliud Kipchoge crushing the World Record by a stunning 90 seconds - the city can reclaim its streets from the 43000 athletes, and focus on things to come. Try to enjoy the last warm days of this amazing, seemingly endless summer before autumn, colder weather, and Christmas markets set in.
Don't fret, even with the heat gone, autumn is still a great time of year to be in Berlin, with so much going on, so much to see and do and so many amazing people to meet. We have tried, as always, to bring you the best of the city on the pages of this guide: if there is something you feel we should include (a great little bar, live music venue or bonny bistro) do drop us a line so we can check it out ahead of our next issue.
Whatever you do this year in Germany's amazing capital, remember to let us know your tips and comments at firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy Berlin.
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Berlin is regularly mentioned as Europe's party capital, and there are dozens of great clubs - from techno to indie - that attract thousands of partygoers each weekend. To make sense of the multitude of options, visit our (German-language) partner website www.theclubmap.com, which has photos, reviews and other information about Berlin's vibrant nightlife scene