The city is home to more than 170 different museums, one of them more interesting than the other – The MEININGER’s ultimate guide to the best museums.
Rixdorf – A hidden village in the heart of Berlin Some people might argue that Kreuzberg is the hippest neighborhood of Berlin. However, it’s…
Visiting Berlin on a budget Berlin is one of the most affordable big cities. Be it for sightseeing, cultural activities, or eating out, the…
All of the lights on Kurfürstendamm As well as the amazing shopping experience at Ku’damm , you must check out the Kurfürstendamm Christmas Market…
Visting a christmas market is an absolute must to enjoy the Advent season in the capital. We have compiled a few tips for you:
Our newest hotel in Berlin is located directly at the East Side Gallery between Berlin Ostbahnhof and Warschauer Straße in Friedrichshain.
We would like to introduce you to the immediate surroundings and show you which must-sees are within walking distance of the hotel.
Working as a familytravelblogger based in Cologne I have already visited many capital cities all around the world with kids. London, Washington DC or Oslo. But our own, Berlin, was missing on
Berlin is not just big, it feels enormous and almost elusive. Especially if you want to explore the city with children in tow. How can you make everybody happy without wasting your time in various children’s cafés and without the kids having a temper tantrum in another museum. The nice thing about Berlin is that here everybody can be happy:
Green makes you creative, productive and relaxes the soul. A garden promises time out from the hectic office and day-to-day stress. No wonder that the trend of urban gardening, the horticultural use of city spaces, shows no sign of letting up.
Berlin is stripping off. In the city’s first packaging-free supermarket, customers can expect not only the best quality organic products, but can also take a stand on environmental protection by doing away with annoying plastic at the same time.