The Bermuda3Eck at daytime, © Tourismus NRW e.V.

Ber­muda3Eck Haupt­platz

Here, you'll meet the in-crowd, hungry and party people

Since the 1980s, the Ber­muda3Eck has been THE night spot in Bo­chum. More than 80 bars, cafés and res­taur­ants make this corner of the city a whirl­wind of hip, hungry, thirsty, party-lov­ing vis­it­ors. One spe­cial fea­ture is the tables and chairs that most of the ven­ues have out­side the door. As a res­ult, the ac­tion takes place on the street, and on some even­ings, the Ber­muda3Eck feels like an enorm­ous open-air party. Pamela Fal­con de­scribes her first ex­per­i­ence of this spe­cial place: ?On my first night in Bo­chum, all the kids asked me at the same time: Have you been in the city? Have you ex­per­i­enced the city? You have to come with us! I came to the Ber­muda3Eck, the city was full, it was the end of the sum­mer, and every­one was sit­ting out­side, and all I could think was: I?m in the right place! I can make mu­sic here!?

Fur­ther in­form­a­tion
Ber­mudad­reieck, 44787 Bo­chum


The Bermuda3Eck at night, © Jule Körber
Art at the underground station of Bermuda3Eck, © Ole Löding

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domicil Dortmund, © Joehawkins


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