Winter in Berlin – 21 awesome things to do - Mit Vergnügen Berlin No one is on the streets, you spent half of the time curled up on the couch catching up with all the shows you missed during the summer and your friends don’t want to leave the house because they say it’s “too cold!” – face it, winter has arrived. But no worries, even in the midst of winter you can find an invincible summer in this city. Get yourself ready for some indoor and outdoor fun. Here are 21 ideas that will light up your heart during this dark and cold times. 1. Fairy tales at Tadshikische Teestube | Oranienburger Str. 27, Mitte | Every Monday | Doors: 6.30pm, Start: 7.30pm | Entrance fee: 9€, reduced price 6€ 2. Sunday concerts at Spiegelsaal | Clärchens Ballhaus, Auguststr. 24, Mitte | Evening box-office from 6.15pm, starts at 7pm | Entrance fee: 15€, reduced price 8€ 3. 4. Antepliogullari Baklavacisi | Hermannstraße. 64, Neukölln 5. 6. 7. 8. Kugelbahn Wedding | Grüntalerstr. 51, Wedding | Monday to Sunday 6pm–1am 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.
Festsaal Kreuzberg 'New Berlin': The Rise and Fall of Cool Cities When Andre Herrmann first moved to Leipzig in 2007, the post-industrial East German city wasn’t exactly known for its glamour. Since the Berlin Wall had fallen, the city had mostly been in dire economic straits, with many empty buildings left to rot. “The GDR had let many of the late-nineteenth century buildings fall apart, because it didn’t like them,” says Herrmann, a writer who often blogs about Leipzig. Although the city attracted its share of students and young creative types, Leipzig was mostly known for its poverty and desolation. But in recent years, Leipzig has become one of the most hyped “cool” cities in Europe. Hendrik Schmidt/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images The decorated boat fleet in the traditional parade for the 14th water festival on the Karl-Heine-Canal in Leipzig, Germany. Lately, “new Berlin” has become shorthand for an under-visited European city that is cheap, fun, and up-and-coming. It goes without saying that Berlin will, of course, always be the only Berlin.
süß. war gestern Home süß. war gestern **** (5 reviews) Wühlischstraße 43, 10245 Berlin Map Kathrinstuart (97): 05-02-2013 **** I just love this place...It's a very nice pub situated in Friedrichschain, where one can find many nice bars.. Suss is not an ordinary bar, like many bars in Berlin, but this particular one is really interesting.I have spent a lot of time in this bar. bwfcste66 (56): 06-06-2012 ***** I love this bar. jesespuna (16): 30-09-2010 *** They had a very beautiful waiter working last year. avyberlin9 (238): 08-10-2009 ***** My favourite bar in Berlin, the space is unique and stylish, people are just Berlin-Friedrichshain-like. xcc (20): 04-11-2008 * I went here for the first time over the weekend (1/11/08), the space itself was actually quite nice, and the music was ok for the most part.
Alternative Berlin » Yaam Two buildings face each other on the Spree: one is a shiny highrise, its mosaic of metallic colours gleaming on the roadside. It is the new Mercedes Benz building that will be constructed by Caimmo. Across the road from it sits a beach club with a colourful graffiti-style sign and gates flung wide open. Inside a festive assembly of shacks serving food and drinks encloses an umbrella filled courtyard which opens onto a Spree-side beach. Right: The proposed Mercedes building en-situ. YAAM occupies a vacant lot next to East Side Gallery park. Humble spaces like the YAAM club epitomize Berlin’s style and spirit. The new highrise theatres, hotels, and in some cases, hostels, going up all around Berlin repel casual visitors. Buildings like Caimmo appeal to a type of person who has never been found in Berlin before the sudden arrival of mainstream tourism. Berlin’s people are less easily dismissed. Venues like YAAM put Berlin on the map because they put the city’s people first.
YAAM |YAAM 10 Reasons Berlin Is Still Cool In the last decade, Berlin has been transformed from a city that was once touted as "poor but sexy" to a rapidly growing international hub with a bustling tech startup scene, an expanding expat community, and a host of riled natives. Sure, there's been an invasion of 20-somethings from around the world trying to sop up the remaining coolness, but Berlin is not over yet. Berlin remains a city unlike any other in the world. Here's why: It has tons of parks. With its long, grim winters, Berliners know how to appreciate good weather. Canals, rivers, and lakes abound. In the summer, locals flock to Berlin's winding network of canals to laze along its grassy banks or float down the murky waters in dinghies. Night clubs like you've never experienced. Berlin values clubs more than the average city, boasting some of world's best techno venues. Delicious meals under 3 euros. You don't need to be traveling on a budget to indulge in Berlin's street food. Abandoned spaces galore for the urban explorer.
10 Awesome Outdoor Locations in Berlin » iHeartBerlin.de photo: Haubentaucher The season of skulking through the dark nightclubs and dirty bars of Berlin is over, guys! It’s time to go outside and enjoy the sun. Well, we might not have a very long and intense summer here in Berlin (sadly). But those golden days that we get, we like to use as much as we can. Klunkerkranich If you like to enjoy the sun in Berlin with a great view over the entire city than the Klunkerkranich is your kind of place. Neukölln Arcaden, Karl-Marx-Str. 66, 12043 Berlin-Neukölln Open Fri 17-01:30, Sat-Sun 12-01:30h photo: Klunkerkranich Neue Heimat The Neue Heimat is a beautiful venue that combines nightlife with street food and market culture. Revaler Str. 99 / Dirschauer Str., 10245 Berlin-Friedrichshain Open Thu-Sat 18-04h, Sun 12-02h photo: iHeartBerlin Holzmarkt / Pampa If you prefer the river over the view of the city we recommend you the Holzmarkt Pampa. Holzmarktstr. 25, 10243 Berlin-Friedrichshain Open Fri-Sun 14-22h Haubentaucher Open Mon-Thu 10-01h, Fri-Sun 10-03h Vabali
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