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» » » » » Rave Tourists who visited Berlin in 2018 spent over €1.4bn according to new study


A report by the Berlin Club Commission finds that club the travel industry gets an expected €1.5 billion euros to the city every year.



The figure originates from a stydycalled "Club Culture Berlin 2019," which pulls information from the earlier year utilizing reviews from venues and people going to parties. In 2018, three million tourists visited Berlin for its widely acclaimed nightlife, remaining all things considered 2.4 days and burning through €205 every day.

Lutz Leichsenring, representative for the Club Commission, said clubs like Berghain, Watergate and Tresor are a "unique selling proposition" for the city. “What’s interesting is that the number of clubs has stayed relatively constant in the last years,” Leichsenring explained. “We have managed since then to keep the numbers quite steady.”



 The study additionally discovered that 280 organizers employed about 9,000 people and offered 58,000 events during 2018 consistently. This produced roughly €168 million in income, for the most part from beverage deals. The normal extra charge for a Berlin club stays somewhere in the range of five and €15.

Be that as it may, cash doesn't mean Berlin's scene is totally secure. The Berlin Club Commission cautions that rising rents have made it increasingly troublesome for clubs to work, particularly on the off chance that they're outside scenes. 

They require a comparable bill to London's "Operator Of Change" rule, which makes land engineers in charge of clamor assurance when working close to a music scene.



Be that as it may, cash doesn't mean Berlin's scene is totally secure. The Berlin Club Commission cautions that rising rents have made it increasingly troublesome for clubs to work, particularly on the off chance that they're outside scenes. They require a comparable bill to London's "Operator Of Change" rule, which makes land engineers in charge of clamor assurance when working close to a music scene.

A year ago, the Berlin Club Commission reported its own soundproofing activity that would allow clubs up to €100,000.

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