It’s been a while since I wrote the last post. Unfortunately, truth is that I couldn’t have been more busy during the last weeks. In any case, here’s a new post, this time about a charming café located in the always-trendy neighborhood of Gràcia, Barcelona, called Lukumas. Read more
A long time ago, we wrote a post about one of our favourite places in Berlin, Prinzessinnen Garten, in Kreuzberg. Today we go back there to talk about its café. Read more
We have a weakness for Berliner cafés. We’ve already written about some of our favourites, such as Nathanja & Heinrich, What Do You Fancy Love? or Luzia. Read more
I must say upfront that I have never been to a city with so many (and amazing) cafés as in Berlin. Maybe it is because of the weather, or something cultural, but every single café has something unique, has its own personal charm, and at the same time, they all share this distinct Berlin-flair.
Viktoriapark is one of my favourite spots in Berlin. On one hand, it’s a place full of history. On the other, the little hill and the magical waterfall make of it something special. Located in west Kreuzberg, it was opened in 1894. Read more
What Do You Fancy Love? is a new café in Berlin, located in Knesebeckstr. 68/69, Charlottenburg, really close to Kurfürstendamm. Last week they opened their doors and we attended to their opening party on Sunday.
There are many bars and cafés in Berlin. But if there’s one that comes to mind to many people who live here, that will probably be Luzia. Their first-of-May parties have made of the place almost a myth. Stablished since 5 years now, Read more
We were meaning to visit this café for ages! We first discovered it on the winter but unfortunately we didn’t go in. As we were around Neukölln, we finally got the chance to stop by Nathanja & Heinrich, a lovely café located in Weichselstrasse really close to Weserstrasse.
I still remember the first time we were in Neukölln. It was in November, we were meeting our friend Elisa in Hermannplatz because she wanted to show us the neighbourhood. I can certainly remember her explaining us Read more
There are many ways of discovering new places: someone tells you, you read about it on a guide, a blog posts it,… or maybe you have just passed by many times but you never got the chance to get in. Read more