Experience more of Europe with these day trips from Berlin. Expect quirky architecture, postcard scene Old Towns, and plenty of food and drink tips.
I’m restarting my monthly update series with this “Berlin Life Updates: December 2018” post which talks about the highs & lows of life in Berlin.
This list of essential tools for expats living abroad in Germany includes tips that will make adjusting to your new life in Europe easy.
After living in Germany for a number of years, you start to become more and more “German”. From recycling, to public nudity, drinking beer in public, and being on time (even early) for meetings at work, find out the signs you’ve been in Germany for a long time.
Read this guide of cool things to do around Hamburg Schanzenviertel, including where to eat, shop, drink, stay, and more.
If you’re looking for something weird and offbeat to do when you’re visiting Germany, consider paying a visit to the German Salt Museum in Lüneburg.
Visit Schlosspark Biesdorf Berlin to tour a 19th century Italian villa, take in an art exhibition, relax at a café, & wander the English styled gardens.
If you’re looking to experience a Christmas market in Berlin, then visit the atmospheric WeihnachtsZauber Gendarmenmarkt in the heart of the city.