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

EXPLORE TEMPELHOFER PARK AREA

When visiting in Berlin, there is no shortage of fun activities and places to visit. However, if you would like to connect to the local lifestyle and explore a truly unique place, we recommend you EXPLORE TEMPELHOFER PARK AREA. This place is a mix of abandoned Airport, park, running and bike track, picnic area, community garden. All in one giant

FREE HIDDEN BERLIN POCKET GUIDE

We are so excited to share with you this FREE  “HIDDEN BERLIN POCKET GUIDE” with some of our favorite spots in town! Also, make sure to visit the spots and ask for your voucher and printed guide. There’s an awesome 20% coupon from Wrangler in there!! The guide is also being distributed in the spots mentioned in the guide as well as

THAI PARK

We love love love love the THAI PARK. Basically it is a park in the otherwise “not so happening” neighborhood of Wilmersdorf where Thai families gather around enjoying the sun and home cooked Thai food. And we are all invited! Always! As long we you are willing to pay for it, of course (you will most likely spend less than €10). Just

BERLIN PARK FRIEDRICHSHAIN

There’s absolutely no shortage of great green spaces to walk, jog or run in Berlin. BERLIN PARK FRIEDRICHSHAIN (or Volkspark Friedrichshain) is one of our favourites. Not only because it is beautiful and soulful, but also because it does offer some uphill/stairs and downhill/stairs opportunities…assuming you would want that kind of a

Berlin art spaces and galleries – Top 10

Determining the TOP ART SPACES, ART GALLERIES in Berlin can be a daunting task. This city breathes art. Well established as well as new art spaces are all over town. Berlin is no doubt one of the most exciting destinations in the world when it comes to exploring art. Especially Modern and Contemporary art. This post covers our absolute favourite

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
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