Photos From An Autumnal Sunday In Berlin – Estimated reading time: 8 minutes
It was yet another weekend in Berlin and as usual, I did the most to enjoy my Sunday. I started by taking time for a leisurely stroll along my street, stopping for a yummy brunch, and then walking through a local park. Later, I did a little shopping and people watching at Alexanderplatz. I ended my day doing volunteer work at a refugee shelter, working an evening shift where I helped to serve dinner and assisted with cleanup afterward.
It was a good day and one where I made a concerted effort to really stop and notice things around me and not just pass through the city with my head buried in my phone. Having my camera with me helped to focus on this.
Hope you enjoy these lovely autumn photos from a Sunday in the German capital!
Photos From An Autumnal Sunday In Berlin
Since readers ask me to tell them what a typical weekend in Berlin is like, I thought I’d share how I spent part of this past weekend through these photos from a Sunday in Berlin.
My Sunday in Berlin started with a walk along my street, Pappelallee, where I snapped a photo of one of my favourite local theatre venues, Ost Ballhaus.
I then spent some time wandering around Friedhofspark, which looks pretty spectacular decked out in autumnal colours.
Crepes at Suzette
Up next was brunch at Suzette, where I had a delicious bacon, tomato, and mushroom-filled crepe!
Alexanderplatz is always entertaining! The sight of the “grill walkers” always make me laugh; grill walkers are people who walk around with a propane stove strapped to them and sell sausages.As all the stores in Berlin were weirdly open today, I stopped there briefly to do a little shopping.
From there I went on to Moabit, stopping at Berlin’s main train station along the way.
Next up was Moabit, where I spent more time at Berliner Stadtmission’s refugee shelter.
One last stop on my way home back to Prenzlauer Berg.
What do you think about these photos of a Sunday in Berlin? It’s a pretty special time here in the German capital and my absolute favourite season. Do you have any tips for Berlin? Drop us a comment below.
Good To Know
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2) When you’re in Berlin, make your time special and go on a guided tour.
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Actually, I meant to comment here, as I got distracted by the prettily FB-formatted comment field above. 😀 In any case, Cheryl, thank you for highlighting another aspect of the capital city I’ve come to miss. But I’ll be back … in the grey(er) period!
I am in London right now, and the autumn colours are also particularly gorgeous, but this makes me miss Berlin!
Hey Sam – this means you have to come back to B real soon! 😉
No problem Henry! See you soon. 🙂
What a nice way to spend a Sunday 🙂 Berlin seems like such a great place to live–there seems to be a balance between urban and green space. I hope to finally visit there next summer!
Yes, it’s a truly wonderful place to live and TONS of green space all over. And so cool you may be coming here next summer – please look me up when you do! Love to show you around or go out for dinner or something. 🙂