There is no better way to explore Berlin. Browse through our curated attractions section and discover awesome ways to visit the city we all love.

Whether you are looking to explore traditional sights, parks, bars, lakes or get inspired about walking around town on your own terms, this is a great place to start. We have hand picked some of our favorite attractions and activities to give you the best possible “Berlin experience”.Berlin attractions

Hallesches Haus General Store

HALLESCHES HAUS GENERAL STORE is a super special multi purpose space located just off Hallesches Haus U-Bahn Station (U1 or U6). To get here just hop on the U-Bahn and as soon as you exit Hallesches Haus Station, cross the kanal and walk about 100 meters towards the gorgeous looking brick building. Housed inside a 1902 stunning Post Office red

Berlin Cabaret Pocket Show

If you are a fan of Isherwood’s “Goodbye to Berlin” and enjoys the idea of experience a true Berlin Cabaret story, you are in for a treat. Basically the Broadway Musical “Cabaret” and the character Sally Bowles were inspired by Isherwood’s Berlin short stories. Come here and you will definitely EXPERIENCE

Best Berlin Cold War Sights

Berlin is no doubt one of the best places on earth to explore the Cold War era historical facts. For obvious reasons. The divided city was, from 1947 to 1990 the symbol and, in many  ways, the center stage for this political and military tension period. If you are in Berlin and are intrigued by this important historical era, make sure to visit

Exploring lovely Bergmannkiez

Berlin is one of those cities that offer its visitors a great variety of things to do and places to explore. Every little neighborhood has its own charms and sites worth visiting. However, some of them do have a extra special “je ne sais quoi” about them.  If you would like to have more of a local experience and discover one of our

Abandoned Berlin – Beelitz Hospital Complex

Obsessed! That’s the best word to define how we feel about this place. Since we moved here we hear people talking about the abandoned Beelitz Hospital Complex (Beelitzer Heilstätten) in the outskirts of Berlin. And although we always wanted to go, it took us a while to make it. And I wish we had been here before. Not only is this places

German Unity Day Street Party

Berlin has no shortage of street festivals and events. All year long. However, the GERMAN UNITY DAY STREET PARTY (Tag der Deutsche Einheit) is certainly one of the most exciting. The German Parliament building, the Reichstag. It is a  three day family friendly festival around the Brandenburg Gate and Strasse des 17. Juni. Various stages, live
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