Kreuzberg

Berlin Art Week 2017 Guide

Berlin is about to become an art-lover’s paradise! It’s time for Berlin Art Week again. This year this global highlight of the contemporary art calendar will happen from September 13th through the 17th. Installation View, 2016 abc ; Foto: Stefan Korte During this time, Berlin will host exhibition openings, fairs, prize award

Best veggie burger restaurants that meat lovers also love

When you’re looking for the perfect vegetarian burger, there’s nothing worse than checking out a place with tons of hype and recommendations, only to walk away disappointed. One of the best things about Berlin is that it’s got something for everyone – and when it comes to burgers, sometimes it’s all in the same place. Awesome Berlin

Best Bars in Berlin for great gin cocktails and more

The Berliner Cocktail Bar scene is strong. And it keeps getting stronger. Very often you will find some of the bars in Berlin mentioned among the top in the world. Consistently solid drinks, amazing spaces, cool vibes and fun crowds deliver interesting and diverse experiences. Every time. I, for one, love bar hopping with friends. And bar hopping,

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,

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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