If you have been reading our blog, you will know that we have a significant obsession with bookshops. In Berlin, we got to know many of them, from the most well-known (such as Buchhandlung Walther König) to smaller ones.
Today’s post is about another berliner bookshop, Ebertundweber Buchhandlung. You will locate it in the beginning of Falckensteinstraße, close to Schlesisches Tor. From the outside it might not be too eye-catching, but once you are inside you can easily be captivated by many objects. As you walk in, you realise that the shop is divided into two spaces, both of them plenty of bookshelves and small tables.
Even if at first sight it seems to be just a bookshop, here you can also find many stationery articles, specially nice notebooks, some photo albums, creative postcards, etc.
Another reason why we like this shop is because of its singular selection of magazines. Last time we were there, we bought Paradiso, a German awe-inspiring magazine about travelling. We got their first issue, which is about Italy. We really recommend this magazine to all editorial-design-lovers!
In Ebertundweber, you can buy a great deal of books about Berlin too. We don’t only mean ordinary guides, but original publications to get to know more than just Berlin-Mitte. For example, the Prinzessinnen Garten guide.
All in all, we must say that Ebertundweber is an inspirational shop we like to visit from time to time.
Text and pictures by Silvia Conde.