Berlin Guide Cheryl Howard


What to do, best blogs and websites, learning German, making friends, and even finding a job in Berlin.

Blogs & Websites

Some of my favourite local blogs and websites:

  1. Awesome Berlin
  2. Berlin for all the Family
  3. Digital Cosmonaut
  4. Exberliner
  5. Finding Berlin
  6. I Heart Berlin
  7. Indefinite Adventures
  8. Slow Travel Berlin
  9. Stil in Berlin
  10. Travels of Adam
  11. uberlin
  12. Uncornered Market

Christmas Markets

My favourite Christmas markets around Berlin:

  1. Berlin Christmas Market Guide: Weihnachtsmarkt Schloss Charlottenburg

Expat Diaries

My personal expat life updates:

  1. One Month in Berlin
  2. Two Months in Berlin
  3. Six Months in Berlin
  4. Seven Months in Berlin
  5. Eleven Months in Berlin
  6. One Year in Berlin
  7. Celebrating 14 Months in Berlin
  8. Holy Shit! Another 18 Months in Berlin?
  9. Berlin Expat Life: I’ve Been Here For So Long I Stopped Counting

Expat Interviews

Interviews with fellow expats on the blog, as well as interviews I’ve taken part in for other publications.

  1. Canadian Expat In Berlin – Expat Interview With Cheryl Howard
  2. Cheryl Howard, A Travel Blogger
  3. Cheryl Howard in Berlin.
  4. Cheryl Howard – Expat in Berlin, Germany
  5. Cheryl Howard Shares Her Insider Secrets on Moving to Germany…
  6. Cheryl Howard – Travel and Lifestyle of a Blogger
  7. Expat in Berlin
  8. Expat Living: Amelia in Berlin, Germany
  9. Expat Living: Charmaine Kedmenec in Berlin, Germany
  10. Expat Living: Fil Bo Riva in Berlin Germany
  11. Expat Living: James Glazebrook In Berlin, Germany
  12. Expat Living: Kathleen Parker in Berlin, Germany
  13. Expat Living: Natalye Childress in Berlin, Germany.
  14. From Toronto To Berlin – Cheryl Howard
  15. Interview with an expat blogger: Cheryl Howard
  16. Interview With Cheryl Howard of 
  17. Is Berlin Your Type of City?
  18. Meet the Travel Bloggers: Cheryl Howard
  19. “One should never live a life full of regrets”. Interview with Cheryl Howard
  20. Recycling – The German Way
  21. The Day-to-Day: Berlin


Some fun experiences:

  1. 10 Cool and Alternative Things to Do in Berlin (That Won’t Break the Bank)
  2. A Beautiful Fall Day In Berlin
  3. A Berlin Walking Food Tour With Eat the World
  4. A Little Budapest in Berlin At Szimpla Kaffeehaus
  5. An Expat’s Account Of Getting Naked At A German Spa
  6. Berlin Love: Brandenburger Tor at Christmas
  7. Berlin Myfest 2015 Street Party in Photos
  8. Celebrating Canada Day In Berlin … With Canadian Pizza!?!?
  9. The Donald Trump Protest in Berlin
  10. Do Germans Swim Naked?
  11. Germany’s Occupy Berlin Protest
  12. Finding Beauty In Your Own Backyard … In My Case, Berlin!
  13. Five of the Most Photographed Landmarks in Berlin
  14. Instagramming … A Berlin Boat Tour Along the River Spree
  15. Love and Pride – Berlin CSD 2015 Photos
  16. Photos from a Sunday in Berlin
  17. Urban Exploration: A Withlocals Experience in Berlin
  18. Vabali Spa in Berlin

Living in Berlin

Some life tips for expats:

  1. 5 Things You Need to Know About Health Insurance in Germany
  2. 10 Favourite Things About Berlin
  3. 10 Reasons Why Berlin Is So Cool
  4. 12 Tips About How to Find a Job in Berlin
  5. Berlin Expat Advice: 15 Tips For Moving House In Berlin
  6. Berlin Expat Advice – Learn German in Berlin
  7. Berlin Meetup Groups for Meeting New People
  8. Find a Flat in Berlin by Turning to Facebook
  9. Should You Book an Airbnb Apartment in Berlin?
  10. So I Moved To Berlin. Just How Did I Make Friends?

Moving Here

My personal story about why I moved to Berlin, not just once, but twice.

  1. Cheryl Howard Talks About Living in Berlin (Radio Interview)
  2. I’m Moving to Berlin – Again!
  3. So I Moved To Berlin. The Back Story And Why.

What to Do

Read things to do in Berlin for some of my favourite places around the city.

Do you need help from a pro? Get help from Expath. Consider online coaching sessions before you move to Berlin. Then when you get here, attend one of their workshops about finding work in Berlin or enroll in one of their German classes. 



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