Viktoriapark is one of my favourite spots in Berlin. On one hand, it’s a place full of history. On the other, the little hill and the magical waterfall make of it something special. Located in west Kreuzberg, it was opened in 1894. Read more
If you have been reading our blog, you will know that we have a significant obsession with bookshops. In Berlin, we got to know many of them, from the most well-known (such as Buchhandlung Walther König) to smaller ones. Read more
Everyday Berlin surprises me more and more. Berlin is the capital of Germany, a big city, with almost 900km2 and more than 3.400.000 inhabitants. Even thought, compared with other capital cities, you don’t feel overwhelmed, the streets are not very crowded, it’s full of green areas and you can feel everywhere a quiet and peaceful atmosphere. Read more
Some days ago we stumbled across this amazing Bookshop in Moritzplatz, and we had no doubt that we had do include it in our list of favourite Bookshops in Berlin.
There are many bars and cafés in Berlin. But if there’s one that comes to mind to many people who live here, that will probably be Luzia. Their first-of-May parties have made of the place almost a myth. Stablished since 5 years now, Read more
Living in a big city can be really fun. Loads of activities, places to go, people from all over the world… but sometimes, we all feel a lack of contact with the nature. We all appreciate to breathe fresh air, to eat real food and to be in a quiet place. Read more
I still remember the first time we were in Neukölln. It was in November, we were meeting our friend Elisa in Hermannplatz because she wanted to show us the neighbourhood. I can certainly remember her explaining us Read more
Called as “the epicenter of cool” by The Guardian and “Neukölln Hipster?” by Zitty. We have already talked about Neukölln in previous posts, when we interviewed Miracolo 40 and when we went to the Nowkoelln Flowmarkt. But, what is exactly going on there?