It was about time for a new Days in Berlin-post right? Thought so too! To make it up to you, this is quite a long, colourful edition with some amazing abandoned footage!
Berliner Hinterhofen have a lot of surprises in store. For example this old gasstation, located in an old hinterhof in Kreuzberg. Cool!
HA-HA aka: Hallesches Haus, a pretty conceptstore near Tempelhofer Ufer.
Last month it was time for the 66th edition of the Berlinale. During these weeks I’m even more into going to the cinema than normally. We saw Alone in Berlin and The Big Short in the cutest small cinemas, shattered across the city.
I don’t think street art can get more sweet, by Billy Colours
You can find a lot of street art in the amazing Hackescher Hof.
Details from our abandoned adventure in Rüdersdorf.
I finally visited the Park Inn at Alexanderplatz for a cheesy skyline-pic.
Colourful Berlin subway stations
Art by El Bocho
Friedrichshain is my favourite area in Berlin but since we’ve moved to Schönenberg we don’t visit this part as often as we used to. Time for a change! I had a delicious lunch at Michelberger and took a stroll across the RAW Gelände. The street art at Urban Spree is often renewed so you can always find some new gems here. This is work by Low Bros.
People often call Berlin grey or dark but the colour I think suits this city best is yellow.
Well, I told ya so ;)