Berlin is gaining a reputation as the Brooklyn of Europe. The relative low cost of living has drawn in young residents from around Germany, the rest of Europe, and in fact the world. There is a growing entrepreneurial and creative culture in the city. Compared to Munich’s rather traditional vibe, Berlin feels like a city that’s just getting started. So you can still find very old school German charm in Berlin, but mostly it feels like a city where everyone can loosen their shirt collar and have a good time. This is in spite of the city's very visual history as being the home to a wall dividing East from West during the cold war. That wall has now been turned into a symbol of the German people’s reunification and a coming together of people from all walks of German life. It’s the perfect place to find a young artist’s gallery, take in some cold war history, and in between sample some very modern German restaurants and find a suitable bar to settle into after darkness falls.
Best Places to Eat & Drink
Latest Articles About Berlin
Photo Credit: Marko Seifert, www.markoseifert.com Micha and Billy run Nobelhart & Schmutzig, an upscale restaurant housed behind an unassuming glass ...