… that it's a socially deprived district, where the skyline of grey industrialized buildings blurs with an equally grey sky – well, that's just a petty, petty atrocity story. I want to tell you another story about this East Berlin district, a story of a Marzahn childhood.
So I found a WG in Kreuzberg, but I was quite surprised when I first visited it for a quick check. “This is Kreuzberg? Really?” In my three years of living in Berlin, I’d never once made it beyond the Kottbusser-Tor-Kreuzberg that I love. That is, Kreuzberg 36, rough, dirty, charmingly different, never welcoming. Well, and here I am in Kreuzberg 61:
Ein Wochenende in Berlin It’s not hard to spend a perfect weekend in Berlin. From friends getting together on chill evenings to extraordinary parties in rusty old warehouses or raves in parks right next to family BBQs, you’re instantly crowded with plenty of opportunities to chose from — as long as the sun is shining (things are different in winter,