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
As we have seen in different posts, Germany is a green country. That’s a fact. Actually, one of the first european eco-parties was formed in 1980 in West Germany. It’s said that they were the ones who give name to the whole eco-movement as we know it today, with the adjective “green”, since they were called “Die Grüne” (The Greens). 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.
A year ago we moved to Berlin and we began this project called She Thought Outside The Box, a blog about everyday-life and culture of different European cities. The year went by and we still keep on writing weekly with pleasure. Read more
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
One of our last posts was about a bookshop in Berlin. There we mentioned a magazine called Paradiso Reisemagazin, a German publication that comes from Berlin. As its name says, it’s about travelling. However, it’s not the traditional travelling mag you might have in mind. Read more
Since we started the blog, we’ve only talked about Flea-markets in Berlin. Truth is that the city has many other widely known food-markets, such as the Türkenmarkt in Maybachufer. Read more
Now that the summer is over, a sense of deep melancholy is coming to us. The warm weather, the long sunlight and the green trees are becoming memories to keep in mind. Read more
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. Read more
Summer is gone, the autumn is already here and the jacket is once again indispensable.
On these first cold days, I can’t help but thinking of the freezing winter we had last year in Berlin. Read more