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Kaschk
Kaschk

Dienstag, den 10. März 2015

Yes, there are plenty of places to stop off for a coffee in Berlin. But Kaschk may make you think differently about the coffee ritual come after hours. The genius of Kaschk (a direct relative to Oslo Kaffebar) is actually based on a pretty simple premise: not everyone wants to leave the coffee bar at the end of a working day. And so, if you find...

Cantina in der Bar Tausend
Cantina in der Bar Tausend

Montag, den 23. Februar 2015

They say first impressions can be deceiving – and you could be fooled by the harsh concrete door at Bar Tausend. But once you ring the bell and make your way through the somewhat brutal entrance, you’ll find one of Berlin’s hidden gems. The Cantina at Bar Tausend, located in Mitte, a short amble along the Spree from Friedrichstraße, is a...

Going Gluten-free at the Jute Bäckerei
Going Gluten-free at the Jute Bäckerei

Donnerstag, den 19. Februar 2015

For whatever reason, be it health necessity or personal choice, a gluten-free lifestyle can be immensely rewarding, but incredibly difficult when travelling. Particularly to a country like Germany, where wheat has a special place in many a German heart, be it from beer or baking. But for all those who are gluten-free, fear not – Berlin once...

Berlin mit Baby oder Kleinkind

Montag, den 16. Februar 2015

Ein Baby ist kein Grund seine Reisepläne einzuschränken – besonders nicht in Berlin. Ist dies doch die Stadt mit Kindercafes und der Kinderwarenbrigade, genau, in Prenzlauer Berg, wo der sie wohl kaum auf saure Gesichter stoßen, wenn Sie ihren Sprössling versorgen. Busse und Bahnen sind kinderwagenfreundlich ausgestattet, so dass Sie überall...

Exploring Berlin’s Start Up Scene
Exploring Berlin’s Start Up Scene

Montag, den 26. Januar 2015

According to The Local, a new start-up is founded every 20 minutes in Berlin, with their estimates suggesting 100,000 new jobs by 2020.  In 2014, it was the first year of the state endorsed Long Night of the Startups – a chance for investors to meet ideas and for the rest of us to try and get our heads around what a start up is and does. Whilst the very nature of its way of business means Berlin’s start up scene is hard to pin down, with so much of it taking place near Miniloft, we thought it only fair to give you a bit of a rundown.

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Torstrasse Bars and Nightlife
Torstrasse Bars and Nightlife

Mittwoch, den 21. Januar 2015

Few streets can lay claim to their own festival. But Torstrasse, located just a hop, skip and a stumble away from Miniloft, is not really your average street. With a dizzying mix of eclectic bars densely packed along what is sometimes a seemingly endless road, Torstrasse is the place to indulge your multiple drinking personalities, or hone in on a style that suits. In your face, Notting Hill.

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Swing Dancing in Berlin
Swing Dancing in Berlin

Donnerstag, den 15. Januar 2015

Swing has been at the heart of Berlin life since the 1920’s. Back when Berlin was burgeoning as a hedonistic metropolis, the Charleston was an emblem of the anything goes decadence of the finer days of the Weimar. After the collapse and the rise of the Nazi’s, swing became a political battleground. It was the fuel of the Swing Kids, a counter-culture of 14-18 year olds based mainly in Hamburg and Berlin, who sort to define themselves by their love of jazz music and the accompanying dance. 

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Gaming for Grownups
Gaming for Grownups

Donnerstag, den 8. Januar 2015

Gaming steps out of the cultural sidelines in our city, especially for grownups. With a strong embracing of all things digital, combined with a penchant for counter-cultures of all kinds, it’s no surprise you’ll find gaming options a-plenty in Berlin. And whether you are looking for the next gaming craze, or going back to your roots, you’ll definitely find something to tickle your metaphorical joystick. Here’s Miniloft’s roundup of some of the best gaming activities in Berlin.

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Das Leben nach dem Tod erkunden

Montag, den 29. Dezember 2014

Berlinbesucher sind immer auf der Suche nach der Geschichte der Stadt. Warum nicht einen Schritt weiter gehen, weg von den Gebäuden hin zu den Menschen? Die ehemaligen Bewohner Berlins sind genauso interessant wie die Stadt selbst - was uns zu einem neuen Weg führt, die Stadt zu erkunden, auch bekannt unter dem Namen “Leichentourismus”.

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It's here! The tram is here!
It's here! The tram is here!

Mittwoch, den 17. Dezember 2014

After many (many) years of planning, waiting, changing plans and building, the tram line along Invalidenstrasse has finally opened for fare-paying passengers. Until the Berlin Wall split the line in two, there was a good tram connection all the way down Invalidenstrasse, but it took the opening of Hauptbahnhof in 2006 to really kick-start the...

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