From: Tuesday, Jul 20th, 2021
To: Sunday, Jul 25th, 2021
The parade is the 24th
Berlin’s pride march in 2021 is a demonstration. There will be no trucks of post rally events.
Berlin Pride / Berlin CSD Parade
- The meeting point for the demo is at 12 noon on Leipziger Straße, between Charlottenstraße and Axel-Springer Straße.
- From there it goes around 1 p.m. in the direction of Potsdamer Platz, past the Federal Council, where attention should be drawn to the demand to change Article 3 of the Basic Law.
- The demo then turns right towards the Brandenburg Gate and past it to the Victory Column, further left towards the Urania, where the train will end. The association will not hold a final rally this year.
- Organisers anticipate that post-parade most visitors will head to Schoenberg’s gay venues to continue celebrations. Capacity limits will apply.
Berlin Pride Parties
Many of the large super circuit events will not take place this year, however a few pop-up outdoor and new events are scheduled for Berlin Pride this year. They include:
- Golosa – PRIDE night open air – Saturday 24th of July from 8 pm to 6 am at Suicide Club Garden / Revalerstr. 99, 10245 Berlin
- Love Pride Berlin by Queer Garden – Saturday 24th of July from 5pm until late at Festsaal Kreuzberg.
- Revolver presents UP Party – Sunday 25th of July, at the Sunday Club, at House of Weekend on Alexanderstr 7. with a mix of music in the open air.
Berlin’s gay Pride or as it is known in Berlin, Christopher Street Day is one of the big gay prides in Europe attracting hundreds of thousands of people from around the world, with Nearly 200 events and parties held during the festival. Including Theatre, shows, comedy, exhibitions, lectures, films and concerts.
- The Gay and Lesbian City Festival Stadtfest Festival will take place on July 15th and 16th 2022. The festival attracts more than 350.000 visitors. The gay and lesbian city festival around the bars in Schöneberger Kiez is one of the highlights of Berlin’s queer calendar.
CSD on the Spree
- Traditionally, Pride month in Berlin is also celebrated on the water. This year’s boat parade of the “CSD on the Spree” was due to take place in July, but has been postponed to September 23rd.
Berlin Gay Pride 2022
- The Berlin gay pride parade typically begins in Kurfürstendamm at the corner of Joachimstaler Str, making its way past Nollendorfplatz, and eventually ending up at Brandenburg Gate after passing through the city’s beautiful park, Tiergarten. The parade lasts until 4.30 pm, after which there’s a Pride Rally with the stunning Brandenburg Gate acting as a backdrop for the proceedings.
Where to stay during Berlin Pride / CSD
Here are the hotels we recommend that have good reviews and keep you close to all the action
Being such a large city, gay neighbourhoods are scattered around Berlin, in the districts of Schöneberg and Kreuzberg (the western part of Berlin) as well as in Prenzlauer Berg (eastern part). Recently, the district of Friedrichshain developed a trendy area for upmarket coffee shops and cocktail bars. The majority of the gay hotels, bars, cafes and shops in Berlin are located in the Schöneberg district.
This self-catering apartment comes with high-ceilings, 1 Bedroom and bathroom with shower. The living room includes a seating area (sofa-bed) with a flat-screen TV and a BluRay Player. The kitchen is equipped with a Nespresso coffee machine & washing machine. Free WiFi, Sleeps up to 4
This modern designer apartment offers something a little different from chandeliers to custom furnisher, 4 Bedrooms and 2 bathroom with showers. The living room includes a seating area with a flat-screen TV. The kitchen is Fully equipped with & has a washing machine.
This Apartment is 128 square meters and offers space for up to 10 people to sleep, live and cook. It has three separate bedrooms with king-size and single beds, a workplace with and a large seating area in the living room with Flat-screen TV & a fully equipped kitchen. Free WiFi
Set in a historic building, Palacina Berlin features bright apartments with a stylish mix of antique-style and modern furniture. Comforts include a marble bathroom, flat-screen TV, modern kitchen and access to a furnished courtyard and rooftop terrace. Sleeps up to 5
Coverage of the Berlin Pride
The majority of the gay hotels, bars, cafes and shops in Berlin are located in the Schöneberg district. This is our recommended district.
This recently renovated designer 5 star hotel in trendy Mitte, has very good weekend deals.
Set in the Schöneberg district in Berlin, just a 1-minute walk from the KaDeWe and the Kurfürstendamm-boulevard.
All rooms and suites feature luxury furnishings, a flat-screen satellite TV, a safe, fridge, air conditioning
Close to Berlin’s Kurfurstendamm shopping area and the KaDeWe with great breakfast.