Beneath Berlin

Berlin is one mental metropolis that you will never want to leave. Refusing to hide from its past and always striving towards a better future, the entirely unique history (the Wars, the Nazis, the Wall, the influx of immigrants and hippies, the rise of techno and the rule of the creative industry) sets it so […]

Berlin is one mental metropolis that you will never want to leave. Refusing to hide from its past and always striving towards a better future, the entirely unique history (the Wars, the Nazis, the Wall, the influx of immigrants and hippies, the rise of techno and the rule of the creative industry) sets it so far apart from other European cities.

All it takes is one short walk and it feels like you are travelling in a time machine. From Prussian palaces and derelict warehouses, to fascist bunkers, communist blocks and Post-modern skyscrapers; this fast-paced city is full of paradox, with a skyline that changes as fast its weather. Home of the doner kebab and currywusrt, for little money you can eat and drink like a king and still have the cash to hit up a nightclub.

With over 170 museums, 600 galleries, three opera houses, scores of theatres and plenty of space to play in, it makes sense that every young aspiring artist in the world is moving here. This phenomenal cultural landscape is setting trends like New York in the 80s. It’s a rainbow mash-up of diverse cultural elements, it’s wild and vivacious, “poor but sexy”. Berlin is a playground where “anything goes”.

A Beginner’s Guide to the German Capital

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