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A perfect day in Berlin Schöneberg

Ahhh Berlin Schöneberg. There’s probably no other city district in Berlin that holds so much (culinary) diversity that would make even important figures of the West proudly and not wrongly exclaim “I am a Berliner”. If you’ve been running after the elusive feeling that the world could be your oyster, then you might just need to give

Best under-the-radar live music bars in Berlin

Berlin is a city of dance clubs. When searching for a quality musical experience, most in-the-know types will recommend one of the city’s premiere techno or electro venues for a banging night out. However, that’s not to say that you can’t find amazing Berliner live music venues that cater to everything from free jazz to hardcore punk to

Berlin Neighborhood Guide – Graefestrasse

Graefestrasse is definitely one of the coolest streets in Kreuzberg. In a south-westerly direction, from the Planufer, on Landwehrkanal, to one of the entrances of the Hasenheide park, the almost 1 Km length road is the address of a plethora of small shops, bars, cafés and restaurants. It also gives its name to the neighborhood Graefekiez,

Blackout Cities Berlin Art

We love Art. And we love artists. Especially Berlin based artists! The local art world is just so fertile and exciting! So as part of our “Made in Berlin” series, we are starting to talk to the artists that shape the city’s amazing art scene. Futhermore, we want to find out where they hang out, what they like to do, what inspires

Best places to chill in Berlin Neukölln

One of the things that draws so many people to Berlin is its laidback vibes, and there’s no better place to experience this than in the district of Neukölln. Its gritty streets are a world away from the sterile buildings of Mitte or the fanciness of Prenzlauer Berg. Yet, among them, you’ll discover a host of fantastic places that are

The Landwehr Canal All Year Round

The Landwehr Canal is an iconic 10 kilometre-or-so stretch of water that cuts through the heart of Berlin. It flows through the Tiergarten, most of Kreuzberg, skirting Neukölln and finally re-joining the Spree in Friedrichshain. Every Berliner has a fond memory from this special canal, and its long, luxurious banks can be enjoyed all year round.
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