Tuck into authentic German grub

Head straight to the Restaurant Spindler if you're hankering for a true taste of German cuisine. You can have a really nice breakfast, brunch and dinner here. The restaurant has a small, beautiful garden outside where you can make yourself comfortable and leave behind all the hustle and bustle of the city.

Sundays at the Mauerpark

You'll be hard-pressed to find a lazy Sunday here. Instead, what awaits you is a bustling flea market that sees a different guest designer gracing the event each week. Independent local designers showcase their collections here, making appearances alongside rare antiques, DIY knick-knacks, and lots of food and drinks. Live bands keep the energy high in this green space. It's easily one of the most fun places in Berlin.  


The perfect spot for sundowners

Sited next to the river, Strandbar No. 1 in Mitte is a true institution for sunset cocktails and tasty pizzas. Berliners flock here to dine, drink, and dance under the open skies right in the heart of Berlin.

Whimsical jaunts

Talk a walk through the Volkspark Friedrichshain park, where you'll recognise vignettes from fairy tales spun by the Brothers Grimm. Reward yourself afterwards with a chilled glass of wine at Café Schonbrunn.

Volkspark Friedrichshain

Discover a private contemporary art collection housed in a bunker

For art lovers, the Boros collection is not to be missed. It's one of the most significant private art collections in Berlin featuring works from 1990 up till today. The artworks are displayed within 80 rooms of a reconstructed bunker. Many of the art installations here are presented with an audio component, causing visitors to encounter different overlapping sounds as they move through the building. 

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