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Berlin Festival of Lights
Berlin Festival of Lights

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

For around 10 days every October, Berlin turns more shiny and colorful than ever due to the Festival of Lights. The festival started in 2004 and it is now one of the most popular events in the city, attracting to more than 2 Million visitors. This event is about the artistic lighting of the main monuments in the city, such as Brandenburg Gate,...

Cô Chu vietnamese gourmet
Cô Chu vietnamese gourmet

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

We can describe Cô Chu in few words: Gourmet, fast service and affordable prices. Cô Chu is one of the best Vietnamese restaurants in Mitte and it is only 450 meters from Miniloft. Elegant and cosy, it offers a fine and wide variety of Vietnamese specialities using seasonable vegetables and fresh herbs. There is always a vegan and vegetarian...

Summer in Berlin: lakes and boats
Summer in Berlin: lakes and boats

Friday, August 26, 2016

Berlin is blessed with so many lakes, rivers and canals. While taking a walk by the river or around a wooded lake is of course lovely, why not take to the water!

With so many waterways to choose from, we have made a list of our top picks:

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Open Air Bar Market: 11 Bars, 1 Backyard
Open Air Bar Market: 11 Bars, 1 Backyard

Thursday, July 7, 2016

The street food events are more and more popular in Berlin, some of them are weekly as explained in our previous post "Berlin's Top Street Food Markets" and some of them are on certain dates. This is the case of the Open Air Bar Market, on the 14th and 15th of July 2016 in Kreuzberg. 1000 m2 dedicated to the finest food, cocktails and live musik....

QBA Restaurant
QBA Restaurant

Thursday, June 9, 2016

We are happy to be located very close to the best Mojitos in town! You can find them in the communist area of Berlin, in front of the old and popular squat "Tacheles", only 10 minutes walking from Miniloft. QBAis a Cuban Restaurant where you can enjoy a wide variety of cocktails, tapas and main dishes. The wide menu shows also the origin and...

The travesty theater since 1987
The travesty theater since 1987

Thursday, June 9, 2016

The gay scene in Berlin is mostly in Schöneberg, but you can find all kind of events, clubs, shows, etc all around the city. The oldest travesty show in Berlin is in "Theatre im Keller" in Neukölln. You can choose between two shows: - Travestie Classics, every Thursday at 20:30: musical variety with a lot of live and playback performances in...

BRLO BRWHOUSE: The new craft beer place in town
BRLO BRWHOUSE: The new craft beer place in town

Friday, June 3, 2016

Everyone already knows about the Start Up scene in Berlin, but not all Start Ups are about technology! Case in point: BRLO, a fresh craft beer company, established in 2014. They are three founders, Katharina, Christian and Michael, as the three symbols following their logo that describes their essence: hops, wheat and a bear. They named the...

Tips to cook in your Miniloft: for 1 or 2
Tips to cook in your Miniloft: for 1 or 2

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

One of the main benefits of booking an apartment rather than a hotel has to be the kitchen. Not only because you can save money on meals, but it is also healthier and sometimes more convenient. especially if you are on a business trip and you just want to relax at home. We want to help you make best use of the kitchen in the apartment, so we...

Where to eat German food in Berlin
Where to eat German food in Berlin

Friday, April 15, 2016

One of the most frequent questions in our office is: where to eat traditional German food? First of all, we point that there are different kinds of German food depending on the region. The most popular is the Bavarian one, probably thanks to the famous Oktoberfest, but in Berlin the traditional food is a different, using a lot of potato,...

Berlin: squats, counter-culture and street art
Berlin: squats, counter-culture and street art

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Where are we now? With this song, David Bowie express his concern about the changes in the world and, specifically in Berlin. The song starts at the Potsdamer Platz, that didn't exist like it is today (with its big and modern buildings), before the Wall fell. As you can learn in one of the tours "Songs of Berlin", David Bowie lived in West Berlin...

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