As everyone already knows: I am not a big fan of museums. I like to immerse myself in history, but not necessarily by seeing old items in glass vitrines. That being said, the Jewish Museum is much more than just a display of historical artifacts: it's a highly sensual experience of history in context of art.
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In autumn, Tiergarten becomes a spectrum of beautiful colors. Hopefully accompanied by the last rays of sunshine of the year, taking a walk on a Sunday afternoon through Berlins urban oasis is highly recommended.
The Gregory Pack pop up store, open from 1. December til 10. December 2016, is a carefully curated shop for everything the adventurer's heart desires. Read on to find out how you can win one of the super cool and extremely durable Gregory Packs!
A night in fog turns the atmosphere of a Sunday evening into an elegant, moody and incredibly dark film noir. There's something very upsetting about fog in the city, and yet I love walking through it.
Although last nights fog wasn't nearly as impressive as the one we had in 2012 on Warschauer Straße and Oberbaumbrücke, I was still completely immersed in watching the faded lights and the silhouettes of other people on the streets of Kreuzberg and Neukölln. I took my camera along for a few snapshots.
Our take on the recent add-on to Mitte's most exclusive member club Soho House: open to the public, this Italian restaurant is not only gorgeous, but delivers great classic Italian soul-soothers like pizza, pasta and fresh seafood.