I’m in love with Berlin! When I’m trying to explain this to someone it’s really hard for me to put this to words. it’s is just one of the most coolest yet not pretentious cites that I’ve ever been to. You know that type of people that are cool but they not yet aware that they are and that makes them even cooler. That is how Berlin feels like.
My brother is planing to visit this amazing city for the first time and he asked if I could give him some tips on eats and walks. I had plenty and of course I’m going to share them with you.
Whenever you’re in Berlin please visit this little place as these where the most amazing burgers that i’ve ever had in my life!It comes in a very large portion so make sure that you’re very hungry! As a special treat try “deep fried Mars Bar” wich is practically Scottish national treasure desert!
We loved it!
Address Graefestraße 77, 10967 Berlin, Germany
You can get a sausage fix no matter where you are whilst in Berlin, start with Berlin ‘Grillwalkers’, you will see them everywhere, guys with a portable “kitchen” attached to their chest and back, it’s cheap and will kill the hunger, after hours of sight seeing!
Try currywurst here if you are in the area! very simple, cheap and cheerful kind of approach. Make sure that you going for the extra toppings as they were game changers for me!
Address: Oranienburger Str. 6, 10178 Berlin, Germany
For the love of schnitzel! Try this place!You’ll see that it’s not an accident that all the locals having their hod dogs here!
Address: Warschauer Pl. 18, 10245 Berlin, Germany
For all the lovely vegetarians out there, this is a place where you can eat! The only vegetarian place on this list, but I’ve heard great things about it!I would suggest you checking out their web page first, just to make sure that you like what you see.
Address: Fehrbelliner Str. 5, 10119 Berlin, Germany
it was really amazing to see so many soviet union symbolics somewhere outside of Russia. If you’ve never been to Russia but wanted to take a look, visit this park, besides that it’s just a very calm and peaceful walk.
Address: Alt-Treptow, 12435 Berlin, Germany
Free Berlin Tours
These guys! We did a couple of walking tours with this company and it was amazing!Guys are knowledgeable and passionate, standard tour routes are going to all the important sights.
Even though the tours are called free, I would still suggest giving some money to your guide at the end of it, as they are providing a really amazing experience!
Please check out their webpage for all the details.
Photograph from the photoautomat, for me it was just one of those things that I just couldn’t leave without, it just so much fun to occasionally bump into them or specifically hunt them down!loooove!
Map of the photoautomats that are sprinkled throughout the city http://www.photoautomat.de/standorte.html
Well, even if you try to avoid seeng this place, you won’t be able to. In a very heart of central Berlin this place is just magnificent (lol) looking, especially in the light of sunset! We even managed to make our way to the roof top, which was challenging for Karen as she isn’t the biggest fan of hights but it was well worth it for us!
Address: Am Lustgarten, 10178 Berlin, Germany
Olympic Stadium (Olympiastadion)
Up to you whether or not you want to see this iconic sight, I personally did. Place that literally screams “History!!!” at you! I remember walking towards the stadium and feeling this ridiculous energy. It’s hard to say however, wether or not it was a positive energy. But when it comes to history I believe that it’s irrelevant. All we can do is learn from our mistakes as well as learn to be better and kinder. Was absolute must see for me but it is obviously up to you.
Address: Olympischer Platz 3, 14053 Berlin, Germany
Berlin is all about flea markets!And the shit you’re able to find there is crazy! Imagine every single thing you’d ever think would be sold at a flea market now multiply by 100!Now we’re talking! My favourite find was a pair of sun glasses from 70’s Jacky’O style! I still wear them sometimes when I feel my most extravagant! This is basically where people socialise and spend their Sundays. At some of them you’ll find food stalls, some art and lots of fascinating finds! Here are just a few.
Flea Market at Boxhagener Platz
Boxhagener Platz 1 Sunday
Deutschland, Am Kupfergraben 1 Flea Market at Bode Museum
Saturday 10am–5pm Sunday 10am–5pm
Flea Market at Marheinekeplatz
Saturday 10-16:00, Sunday 10-17:00, Marheinekeplatz
Hope you find this usefull guys!xx