Wearily, I directed my taxi to take me to the busiest sounding hostel in my guidebook. But it’s not just the good-time vibe that makes this stretch of shoreline so spectacular. An added bonus is the city’s cosmopolitan attitude – locals don’t bat an eyelid on the day by day inflow of worldwide arrivals, and there are few hassles and scams to worry about. Some say you are more doubtless to get into Berghain, probably the most well-known nightclub in Berlin, if you arrive alone. Whether or not that’s the case, the rumor demonstrates the German capital’s natural affinity for solo vacationers. Legions of solo citybreakers are drawn by Berlin’s deserved reputation as one of many friendliest, most inclusive cities in Europe, and by its famous nightlife.