Berlin, DE

“Big city and nature next to each other, and all the different cultures beautifully mixed into one. Also there isn’t only one center in the city, it has many different neighborhoods that make one big city.” – Lxandra

Curated by: Lxandra

photo by:Jörg Schubert/Flickr

city guide:
Berlin, DE
outdoors
Treptower Park
“Treptower park, plänterwald and wuhlheide. I looovee big parks, the furst one is by the water, second a little but beautiful forest and the third a magical big park/forest. I love running in the nature, thses places are my favorites for that, but also perfect for a Sunday stroll.” - Lxandra
Alt-Treptow, 12435 Berlin, Germany
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shopping
Dress Code
“Probably most of the vintage shops in Berlin. Dress Code in Bergmannkiez is one of my favorites.” - Lxandra
Nostitzstraße 25, 10961 Berlin, Germany
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venue
Lido
“Lido is a cute venue, saw Jessie Ware there ones and she was amazing.” - Lxandra
Cuvrystraße 7, 10997 Berlin, Germany
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landmark
Berliner Dom
"The Dome is beautiful and the old airport called Tempelhof is definately worth a visit.” - Lxandra  
Am Lustgarten, 10178 Berlin, Germany
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coffee
Okay Café
“Café Okay in Neukölln. Simply the best. The stuff is so friendly and just awesome, the coffee is great and the breakfast is heaven.” - Lxandra
Pflügerstraße 68, 12047 Berlin, Germany
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bar
Villa Neukölln
"There are so many nice bars in Berlin, hard to say... Maybe Villa Neukölln or some other cozy bar with a non smoking area." -Lxandra
Hermannstraße 233, 12049 Berlin, Germany
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food
Pig & Tiger
"I just love korean food. My favorite is probably Pig & Tiger in Neukölln. I’d order garlic edamame, cucumber kimchi and kimchi pancake for starters to share with 2 or 3 people and either the vegan spicy udons or bibimbap as main. Yummyy!" - Lxandra
Schillerpromenade 32, 12049 Berlin, Germany
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