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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”. Photo from http://www.steuckardt.de/inhalte/1009866/cdu-schoeneberger-westen/index.html If you’ve been running after the

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,

Berlin gay cruising – the complete guide

You find yourself in Berlin. You are horny and you want to live an adventure. Find out where to go with our Berlin gay cruising guide! Meeting people in real life is still a thing in Berlin, even in these “app oriented” dating times we live in. If you choose to meet real Berliners in the virtual world, forget about Grindr and Scruff.

Top things to do in Berlin for first-timers – Part II

So you are in Berlin for the first time and you had an amazing first day. You visited some of Berlin’s iconic sights and soaked in some of the History. Well, guess what, it will only get better with my selected tips on things to do in Berlin. I propose a second day away from the touristy areas. Maybe spend a day “like a local”

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

Berlin Prenzlauer Berg – a fun guide

On sunny days and warm nights one of our favourite things to do is to explore Prenzlauer Berg, one of Berlin’s prettiest neighbourhoods. This neighbourhood, once the epicentre of working class Berlin and government resistance, has undergone significant gentrification in the past few years. After reunification this area became one of the most