A lovely summer evening does not require a lush ocean or even a clean river to swim in. We beat the sticky heat by devouring it. Besides, we only get to have summer for two weeks every eight years or so, we might as well appreciate it. What we especially like are the beautiful sundowners once the sky is cloudless. When it reveals it’s meager skyline, Berlin can be very appealing. All you need for a little bit of mediterranean flair is warm weather, the sun being visible on the horizon and a cold drink in your hand. Now just choose any of the given spots around the city: Oberbaumbrücke, Modersohnbrücke, Görlitzer Park, Tempelhof, Admiralsbrücke, Landwehrkanal, the wasteland on Cuvrystraße — no matter where you prefer to be, we’ll probably be around, too.
Of course we are absolutely devoted to our Kiez in Kreuzberg, so usually we only see the sun go down from here. But I’m sure there must be plenty of alternatives all around the city. What are your favorite spots? Show us what you’ve got!