Our most recent articles with recommendations and the most up-to-date happenings in this vibrant city!

Black light miniature golf
Black light miniature golf

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Most people don't come to Berlin to go golfing, but on a short and gloomy day, it's like going under a sunlamp, just way more fun! If putting is your passion get your fix in Kreuzberg's Gorlitzer Park at Schwarzlicht Minigolf Berlin. Although it gets dark at 15:30 these days, never fear: the course is indoors and lit by black lights.

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Kosmetiksalon Babette
Kosmetiksalon Babette

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

It's impossible to have a drink at Kosmetiksalon Babette without marvelling the glamorous architecture of the bar. The 1960's Soviet-Era glass box is on the main drag of Karl Marx Allee (hence KMA 36) the former official parade route of East Berlin. Once a GDR cosmetic salon, the bar sets itself apart from the monolithic concrete apartment blocks as a jewel of modern design.

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Bread and Butter
Bread and Butter

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Bread and Butter, the fashion tradeshow for designers, brands and labels, is back this winter at Berlin's Tempelhof airport. With over 600 brands represented, it's the European trade show for street fashion! Miniloft apartments are the perfect location for Bread and Butter guests: you can live in happening Mitte, while the show is easily accessible with the U6 subway line,

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KTV
KTV

Friday, November 18, 2011

The area north of Miniloft is changing fast, and now there's a great club just a hop, skip and a jump away. We're so happy that one of the last dilapidated, unrenovated buildings on Chauseestraße has been bought by some art-and-party oriented folks, instead of unscrupulous investors looking to make shoddy apartments and lots of cash.

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Schleusenkrug
Schleusenkrug

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

The days may be darkening but the last leaves are still golden - enjoy the final days of this beautiful fall with a walk through Tiergarten and a stop for a delicious snack in Schleusenkrug. This popular beer garden, located at an odd corner at the corner of the zoo and the park, is worth a visit any time of year, with a cosy

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Navigating Darkness
Navigating Darkness

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

The exhibition Navigating Darkness transforms Tape Club from a black-walled nightclub to a shadowy art world. The dark cavernous space is punctuated by a constellation of works that shine, reflect, or cast shadows.

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Hamburger Bahnhof: Cloud Cities
Hamburger Bahnhof: Cloud Cities

Friday, October 28, 2011

Miniloft apartment's neighborhood museum, the stellar contemporary art behemoth Hamburger Bahnhof, has another wondrous winner of an exhibition. Visitors float in Tomás Saraceno's hanging bubble gardens and are immersed in utopian installations that shatter traditional concepts of place, time, gravity and architecture.

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West Germany
West Germany

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

If the roundabout at Kottbusser Tor is the dirty, seething heart of creative Kreuzberg, the legendary club West Germany is a beating pulse. A small, grungy, venue up a grim staircase through an unmarked entrance, its show schedule may be irregular but they go for quality over quantity, with select concerts (mostly in the rock and experimental noise direction) and art exhibitions.

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Tränenpalast
Tränenpalast

Friday, October 7, 2011

Tickets for a concert directed Daniel Barenboim are usually hard to come by - but not this weekend. Show up early with a picnic, blanket and sunscreen, for a free outdoor concert on the famous Bebelpatz. The Staatsoper presents Staatskapelle Berlin, performing Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 4 F-Minor, op. 36.

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Internationales Literaturfestival Berlin
Internationales Literaturfestival Berlin

Friday, September 16, 2011

Each autumn the literary world descends upon Berlin for a ten day festival of readings and discussions. Meet the personalities behind the pages; follow their words on a rhythmic journey across nations and cultures in eighteen different venues across town.

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