Attractions

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

Berlin’s Cherry Blossoms – best spots

If you are in Berlin in spring we highly recommend you spend at least half a day enjoying its cherry blossoms. Yes, Berlin has quite a few places where you can enjoy this very short spectacle of nature. As you walk through the streets you will certainly bump into a few of these beauties, but if you would like to truly understand the visual power

Berlin’s beautiful gardens – Top 3

Beyond an amazing number of green spaces and parks, Berlin also offers its inhabitants and visitors absolutely gorgeous and immaculate giant gardens. “BERLIN’S BEAUTIFUL GARDENS” only lists gardens that stand on their own as a half day (at least) exploration opportunity. Smaller and beautiful gardens can be found inside

Berlin Tempelhof Airport – Impressive and Deactivated

If you’ve lived in Berlin long enough, you’ve no doubt been to Tempelhofer Feld – a sprawling public park that’s especially popular in the summer and a ‘must-see’ spot in the city.  But what about that huge building on the horizon? This striking display of architecture is a symbol of Berlin’s eventful history, otherwise known as

Best German Food in Berlin

Best German Food (savory) and the Berliner restaurants to try them. On this article about traditional German Food and restaurants in Berlin, we will cover some of the most iconic “German/Austrian dishes” and the best restaurants to get them. Mind you, “German food” has evolved and changed over time. Berlin’s

Berlin’s Landmarks and their nicknames – Part I

The German language is known for giving precise names to things. Often, this means having to read through very long words, composed by several names attached to each other that create an unique word, with a single meaning. For the most part, the names don’t sound so appealing and are particularly complex for non-German speakers to understand.

Berlin for free – part II

Now that we have given you quite a few tips on how to enjoy Berlin for free – Part I, we are delighted to share our second article on how to enjoy Berlin on a shoestring budget. Let’s start this article with tips for animal lovers! If hanging out with animals is your thing, you will be delighted to explore the urban farms spread all
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