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Berlin walking tour

Berlin Futbol (soccer) Stadium

Olympic Stadium

If you are a futbol/soccer lover (like the majority of Germans), without question you must visit the Olympic stadium of Berlin, or at least take a photograph of the stadium and landscape. This colossus structure was constructed in record time, just under 2 years, just in time for the controversial Olympic summer games of 1936,…

Currywurst Berlin

food on a plate

Without a doubt, visiting other countries and their cities implies knowing, in addition to their culture, a bit of their gastronomy. When asking a local what to eat in Berlin, the answer is easy: CURRYWURST, a cooked or grilled German sausage. It is served cut into slices and is accompanied by ketchup sauce and curry powder….

The most famous avenue in Berlin


The Kurfürstendamm, also known as Ku’damm is one of the most famous avenues in Berlin and is considered one of the symbols of capitalist consumption during the Cold War. The street takes its name from the ancient Kurfürsten (Electors), of the Holy Roman Empire. In 1873, the German Chancellor Otto von Bismarck wrote a letter…

How to Spend a Day/Weekend in Berlin

a large clock tower in front of a building

  Photo by Ingo Joseph from Pexels Berlin weekend adventure promises world-class museums, good food, a variety of shopping districts, and an extensive variety of nightlife. Indulge yourself for an out-of-the-ordinary weekend trip in Berlin. And the first thing you need to do is to find the perfect strategic place to stay, and the best…

Rude Bastards tour Berlin tip of the day

Since COVID19, us here in Berlin, have been tired of being rude indoors. Rather than doing walking tours, we can be found walking and touring solo around the neighborhood! The biggest hot spot in our neighborhood is of course, the supermarket, followed closely by the…