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Berlin Summer Essentials – Shopping and chill guide

Fun days by the water, warm evenings spent in cafés or crazy nights out in the city – we’ve gathered some of our favorite Berlin summer essentials (all designed in Berlin, of course) that are perfect for almost every occasion. Follow the links to some of our favorite summer activities in Berlin as well. Enjoy! Summer days usually start with a

Best Berlin open air party locations – spring/summer 2017 edition

After a long and cold winter, we LOVE it when spring and summer arrive. As some cynic Germans say, either the open air season arrived too late, or it’s too short. Therefore, nothing better to do than enjoy the warm days and nights outdoors. And here in Berlin we do it better than most! As if there were not enough party options in Berlin, in

Berlin best beer garden guide – summer 2017

Berlin best beer garden guide for the summer of 2017 is out! We know…we know…there are a thousand “BEER GARDEN GUIDES” around. It does seem fitting, though, that we let you know what are our shortlist of favourite ones (every year). We always keep our lists short. Not because there aren’t a million options (there

Berlin biking and walking routes – Kreuzberg Part 1

The Landwehrkanal – or simply der Kanal, as the locals refer to it – is one of the favorite local hangouts in Kreuzberg. The 10 Km long water canal was built between 1845 and 1850 and flows through Alt-Treptow, Kreuzberg and Tiergarten, parallel to the Spree river, connecting the main Berliner river at Friedrichshain with its lower

Best Gay Festivals in Berlin – the complete guide

Berlin is definitely this decade’s gay capital of Europe, taking over from Amsterdam a decade ago and despite the “heavy-weight” leather scene of Cologne, the biggest in Germany. It is only natural that the city also hosts the Best Gay Festivals! Diversity, freedom, tolerance and a certain “nonchalance” of Berliners, who don’t

Typical German food – Berlin’s true local dishes

So you are in Berlin and you obviously would like to try typical German food. Personally I think that eating a people’s food is one of the most fun ways to get acquainted with its culture. Typical German/Austrian food classics are great, but I think you should consider starting with the true local dishes. That said, it is sometimes hard to
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