WHAT TO DO IN BERLIN
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So we decided to go to Berlin a few months back, we’ve been before but it was cold, wet and were left wanting more. Getting to Berlin from London is usually cheap, you can book with a low cost airline and it only takes 1.5 hours to get there. Getting from the airport to the city is really easy. You can get the S-Bahn which will take you towards the centre and takes around 30 mins.
We stayed in the neighbourhood Prenzlauer Berg, not knowing that we would fall in love with the area. After an early flight, food was on our agenda and we stumbled on Der Imbiss which is a vegetarian restaurant that serves a mixture of Indian and Italian food. We got the Thali dish which I’d highly recommend. There’s a record shop next door and picked up Dirty Dancing.
Got a tattoo at Berlin Ink and by far the most talented artist.
The next morning we went to Nothaft Seidel Cafe which is in Prenzlauer Berg and you’ve got to try the Spinach and Lemon loaf. If you happen to be in Berlin on a Sunday definitely check out the flea market at Mauerpark. You’ll find food, clothing antiques, basically everything here.
If you’re after coffee, I’d recommend bonanza coffee which was on the same street as our Airbnb.
The DDR museum is worth a visit, it depicts life in East Germany. They’ve used real life artefacts to show examples of what life would’ve been.
We went to Markthallen Neun in Kreuzberg. Indoor street market and it wasn’t too busy for lunch although most of the vendors were closed. Babel restaurant, great atmosphere and food. Lebanese one of my favourite cuisine. Shawarma, World Cup. Again in Prenzlauer Berg.
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