Places

There are some fantastic, wildly unusual and overwhelmingly creative spaces and places in Berlin. Whether it’s a restaurant or a secret hideout for a romantic picknick, we love strolling around our little Metropolis to find fresh places with an exciting story.

Save The Last Market

While the rest of Berlin is becoming more and more commercialized, the RAW flea market still preserves the most important feature of an urban market: social life.
24 Sep ’17 by Sara Community, Places

FRIES & FROZÉ: How Tropez brought summer back to Berlin

If you like summer, you will love Tropez.
30 Aug ’17 by Sara Community, Food, Places

It’s summer, it’s hot, and you should rent a motorboat on Müggelsee

If it's too hot to squeeze your sweaty skin between strangers at the public pool, rent a license-free motorboat and escape to the Eastern shores of Berlin.
19 Jun ’17 by Sara Places

The Polish market of Hohenwutzen, a wondrous place just outside of the border

Matthias takes the bus to the Polenmarkt, a recurrent trip for former GdR kids.
16 May ’17 by Matthias Places, Travel

The comeback of drip filter coffee at CAMON Café

This is going to be a long rant about filter coffee. Shoutout to my favorite coffee place CAMON for serving reliably good coffee!
5 May ’17 by Sara Food, Places

Neuköllns former brewery is now the KINDL Center for Contemporary Art

The former KINDL brewery in Neukölln was transformed into a new center of contemporary art. Why they didn't make it into a straight-up hardcore Techno club, I'll never know.
7 Mar ’17 by Sara Architecture, Places

Knödelwirtschaft in Neukölln will make you feel sexual about Alpine food

I love Knödel, you love Knödel, Neukölln loves Knödel: At Knödelwirtschaft, you will feel things about Knödel that you've never felt before.
13 Jan ’17 by Sara Food, Places

Traveling through time, space and cultures at the Jewish Museum Berlin

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.
27 Dec ’16 by Sara Architecture, Places

Sunday afternoons are for walks in Tiergarten and cake at Schleusenkrug

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.
8 Dec ’16 by Sara Places, Street Life

It’s winter in Berlin, so here’s your to do list for the cold season

What to do when it's winter in Berlin? If it were up to me, I'd curl up and cry. But here are a few other ideas and recommendations that are worth a shot while you're traveling in Berlins notorious cold season.
5 Dec ’16 by Sara Places

Fontane Therme Neuruppin: Spa, Pools & Saunas in Brandenburg

Berlin can be tough in the muddy months. The Fontane Therme Neuruppin in Brandenburg are a perfect day spa to escape to.
22 Nov ’16 by Sara Places, Travel

JOHN REED is the first gym that is also a music club

John Reed is the first fitness club with a live music booking. We took a first look through the gym at the opening in the Gesundbrunnen franchise.
16 Nov ’16 by Sara Other, Places

Taborkirche: Art, Music & Religion

The role of an Evangelical church community in the Wrangelkiez.
3 Nov ’16 by Sara Community, Places

French elegance and urban sophistication at the Sofitel Kudamm

The Sofitel on Kudamm is perfect for families and businesspeople who want to be right in the middle of an urban Westberlin experience! Read my full and honest review of the 5-star-hotel.
1 Nov ’16 by Sara Places, Travel