Lido Berlin, Guide & Review
Kreuzberg’s rock indie electro pop living room couch stands in the middle of Wrangelkiez. History is made. In the 1950s and 60s of the previous century, Silesian Street was Kreuzberg’s cineaste alley par excellence. Anyone who wanted to see West Berlin as East Berlin could not avoid the LIDO. In the 70s, the then “Westside” hot establishment was setting the trend for Rock’n’Roll. If you are interested in taking a walk back into the history, this is one of the best nightclubs available out there as well.
But everything has its time and in the exciting 80s needed the charming house with the round corners a little break and served the Berlin Schaubühne as a rehearsal room. Enough idleness thought the current home owners a few years ago and revitalized the old property. So finally in May 2006 the doors opened again. Since then, LIDO has been one of the most important and trendy clubs in the city, especially in Kreuzberg, of course. You can find a large number of restaurants inside this nightclub as well. Sportfreunder, Cocorosie and Maximo Park are some of the most prominent restaurants out of them. The walls of the LIDO can thus tell a story; always in style.
In May 2006 LIDO opened its doors and quickly became one of Berlin’s most popular venues for concerts and parties. Located in the heart of Berlin-Kreuzberg, the former cinema charms bands and visitors at the same time. The grand outdoor area does its bit to make the people feel good and let them chill out the big party.