I am an artist, bartender, and explorer living in Berlin since 2009. I also work as a manager at Insider Tour, a local tourism company which specializes in historic walking tours.
Trying to plan an Christmas time Italian vacation where multiple family members will all meet in Italy. There is a couple with 2 kids, age 6 and 3, an aunt and uncle age 30 and 34, and a set of grandparents. Any suggestions for places that would be fun for everyone... See More
You can't go to Berlin without learning a bit about the Berlin Wall. There are many memorails and museums, but I find this location the most interesting. http://www.berliner-mauer-gedenkstaette.de/en/ It is a combo of an original site, reconstruction,... See More
You can have a great time in Berlin, with not a lot of moeny. The parks are really lovely, Tiergarten can be really romantic. Also, check out the exberliner for things to do, its an local website in English. You can eat really well here, on a limited... See More
Hi. In Berlin, I agree, buy a day pass on the days you need to use the train. Then you can hop on and off all trains, buses, street cars, without worry, and its good until 3 the next morning! If you are planning to go to museums and sites, I suggest also the Welcome... See More
There is a system called Call a Bike around the city, that is run by the train company. Bike stations all over the city where you can pick up or drop off the rental. Its super convienent. Or Fat Tire at Alexanderplatz is great! See More
Hang out in the parks!! There are so many great parks, many with small biergartens and always people playing music. the first years I lived in Berlin and was very broke, I had tons of (cheap fun) grabbing some beers and exploring the parks and markets. flea markets... See More