Berlinsideout

So you’ve shelled out on a summer trip to Berlin. The sun is likely shining and you have one of the world’s most vibrant cities at your disposal – a city that bubbles over with creativity and dynamism, a city where you can spend entire weekends in the same nightclub dressed in your least impressive […]

ctr-berlinsideout-coverSo you’ve shelled out on a summer trip to Berlin. The sun is likely shining and you have one of the world’s most vibrant cities at your disposal – a city that bubbles over with creativity and dynamism, a city where you can spend entire weekends in the same nightclub dressed in your least impressive clothes, where gigs spontaneously erupt outside S-Bahn stations and where street art and a strange curried sausage snack rule supreme. It’s all terribly exciting, but now what?

BerlinsideOut is here to help. We’ll take you to the historical tourist hotspots – the Check Point Charlies and the Brandenburg Gates, but we’re really interested in filling you in on the places where the locals hang out in the hot months. Think parks, lakes, outdoor cinemas, flea markets, rooftop bars and quirky hipster cafes.

In addition to providing the lowdown on the city’s museums, monuments, food, art scene, nightlife, shopping and outdoor activities, we’ll briefly chart Berlin’s history, as well as providing a host of hot tips for how to navigate the city’s daunting transport network – and how to find a suitable place to rest your head.

To cut your chances of injury or a stern telling off, we’ll give you a good idea of how to avoid a confrontation with an angry Berliner. There’s also a few German phrases thrown in to charm any Herr or Dame that might catch your eye, as well as helping you make platonic buddies, of course.
For our journey, we’ve recruited the city’s Ampelmen: the iconic traffic-light twins you’ll see as you cross streets in East Berlin.
Mr Green is our intrepid urban adventurer – a dude who’s got the bit between his teeth to seek out new sights, sounds and tastes. He’s our story’s real hero.
Let’s not forget Mr Red, though – his job is to make you stop and take stock of things and to highlight important bits you might have missed.

Both were brought to life by Matthew Harris-Edwards, who made sure the duo are seriously embracing the summer vibe throughout this guide. They won’t be caught without a floral shirt, shades and a beer in their hand – and neither should you.

So without further ado, sit back, relax and soak up the sun as we bring you BerlinsideOut: our definitive summer guide to Germany’s buzzing capital.

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