Nightlife in Berlin
There's no where in the world that can compete with Berlin when it comes to the sheer diversity of it's nightlife. Berlin is arguably the hippest…Read more »
The Berlin Wall
Construction began on The Berlin Wall early in the morning of Sunday, August 13, 1961. It was a desperate - and effective - move by the GDR (German…Read more »
Kreuzberg District in Berlin
Much like the city of Berlin itself, Kreuzberg is a district of contrasts. In the east, a punk rock attitude remains where artists rub shoulders with…Read more »
The Death of Dance?
Click on Love Parade to read about the event's triumphant return, or read on for a full history... The biggest dance event in the world peaked in…Read more »
Painting The Town Pink!
Berlin has a long, if not uninterrupted reputation for tolerance, which stretches as far back as King Frederick the Great in the 18th Century. The…Read more »
Take Me To Mitte, Bitte
Berlin is comprised of many districts, each with their own unique atmosphere and claims to fame, but if you only have time to explore one of the…Read more »
Museumsinsel - Berlin's Museum Island
Berlin, quite conveniently for visitors, has much of its cultural attractions within a few blocks around Unter den Linden in the central Mitte…Read more »
The Love is back...
What kind of cynical, pessimistic folk could ever have written off the Love Parade... Ok, ok, we admit it! The Berlin Life team thought that the Love…Read more »
Europe's Biggest Department Store
Officially continental Europe's largest department store, the KaDeWe or Kaufhaus des Westens will, in 2007 celebrate 100 years of business and is…Read more »
Grin and Bear It...
The Berlin International Film Festival - also known as The Berlinale - has become one of the film industry's most prestigious annual events.…Read more »
Symbol of Berlin
Paris has the Eiffel Tower, London has Big Ben, and Moscow has Red Square. But, in the heart of Berlin, it is the Brandenburg Gate that is…Read more »
Poor But Sexy Berlin!
Despite being the capital of Germany, ironically Berlin is probably the least German of all the major cities of this great nation. Divided in two…Read more »
The world's largest music fair has been a prime feature of Berlin's calendar since 2004 when the city sneakily stole the event from Cologne. In fact…Read more »
Christmas Markets in Berlin
Christmas is a big deal in Berlin, and every district in the city celebrates with its own little Christmas Market selling handicrafts and mulled wine…Read more »
Celebrate the summer solstice
As the days are getting longer in Berlin, city dwellers tend to hustle on the streets and populate the open-air spots to enjoy a drink, to divert…Read more »
Plastic Surgery in Berlin
Germany is known for the quality and craftsmanship that goes into the products it manufactures. From Mercedes Benz automobiles to Meissen Porcelain…Read more »
Tiergarten Park in Berlin
It's easy to get lost for hours wandering the Tiergarten's countless paths, creeks, and islands, but then again, it is one of Europe's largest urban…Read more »
Over its long and turbulent history, Germany's cuisine has grown and transformed significantly, and it continues to do so even today. Each region in…Read more »