Berlin, Germany

Thanks to Nata Lee for giving us some local recommendations on this great city.

SIGHTS

  • Take a boat tour along the Spree to get a first impression of Berlin. The tours start at different places, ask your hotel. You will see all the landmarks as they are built along the Spree (Bundestag,…)
  • Check out the Brandenburgertor at the end of Unter den Linden and then walk (if you’re fit-otherwise take a short cabride!) along Unter den Linden passed the Guggenheim to the Museumsinsel (Museum Island). Great new and amazing museums!
  • Just around the corner is the Frauenkirche Cathedral, a real piece of medieval architecture.
  • For a good guide to the city, try Fat Tire Bike Tour or Berlin Walks tour. These always have great guides and cover most of the city. It’s a great way to get an introduction to the city and learn about the history.
  • There’s so much to do in Berlin, just go and you will meet some nice people that will tell you where and what is happening!

FOOD

  • Kuchi is the best sushi in town, try the fried Aubergines and the “My best friend roll”!…yum! make reservations!
  • Due Forni is a loud and happening Pizzaria, nothing fancy but they do make a great Pizza! Make sure to make a reservation and be willing to wait for the food if it´s very full
  • a href=”http://www.monsieurvuong.de/” target=”_blank”>Monsierur Vuong doesn´t take any reservations, but its a trendy vietnamese restaurant full of Berlin Hipsters- good for a lunchbreak after shopping in the Hackescher Markt!
  • Weinerei is on the corner of Veteranenstraße. TYPICAL Berlin Bar with dinner buffet around 8thirtyish. Berlin Crowd, not fancy but well worth experiencing. It´s a winetasting bar, where you pay
    a few Euros entrance per person. You get a wineglas and can try as much wine as you wanr. when you leave you pay as much as you think it was worth.
  • Go to Ballhaus for dinner and then dance! This place is wonderful, it’s an old-school ballroom that’s been practically untouched since the thirties with good food. The crowd is completely mixed with old grannies that still come to dance and new trendy dandies. I used to come dancing here all the time! Every day is a different dance theme. The Swing night is lovely. They make good fish, salads and Pizza. Check the dance scheduele online.
  • Breakfast/ Brunch/cake and coffee is GREAT at Anna Blume. It´s a Café slash Flower shop where they make fantastic German/Austrian Cake and the breakfast is served on Tiers Stands. Really recommendable!!!

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