The city may be known for being ‘poor but sexy’ but Berlin can be decadent too (just remember the roaring twenties). If you’re too old for hostels, don’t fancy flashpacking and are looking for some luxurious accommodation then look no further, here we bring you the créme de la créme in terms of five star stays.
Vibrant, bustling and international, Berlin’s art scene is world renowned and the city’s reputation as one of the coolest culture capitals cemented by the work of the many creatives who live and work there.
With a huge immigrant population it should be unsurprising that Berlin is bursting with delicious cuisines from across the globe. One of the most popular cuisines is Vietnamese and there are restaurants all over town offering ...
Berlin's open and liberated values mean that here more than anywhere else, you can find some of Europe's coolest and quirkiest accomodation, offering you not only a comfortable stay but a memorable one.
German food certainly doesn’t have the cult status of some other cultures and it is not always the most instagram-worthy as you stare down at your plate of white potatoes and thick cuts of meat drowning in brown sauce.
The construction of plattenbauten (platte - plate, Bauten - buildings) began in the 1960's and arose out of necessity as the city's housing crisis deepened. Actually plattenbauten were constructed in ...
The Brandenburg Gate may be the most widely recognised symbol of Germany, but the TV Tower is unmistakeably the symbol of Berlin. Like a giant sparkling disco ball in the sky, it towers over the city and may well be the most photographed object in Berlin.