When: Every day at 10am & 12pm Where: The meeting point is in front of Generator Berlin Alexanderplatz, Otto-Braun-Straße 65, 10178 Berlin, Germany. Next to the Entrance. Explore Berlin’s rich history and modern charm with our Free Walking Tour. This tour covers famous Berlin attractions, influential historical sights, stories of past wars, urban legends,… read more.
Sachsenhausen concentration camp was one of the largest Nazi concentration camps established in Germany during World War II. Located just outside Berlin, in Oranienburg, Sachsenhausen was operational from 1936 to 1945. It was initially built to house political prisoners, but later became a model camp for the entire concentration camp system. Let’s explore the purpose… read more.
Berlin, the capital city of Germany, is well-known for its rich cultural and historical significance. When it comes to architecture, one cannot ignore the impact of the Bauhaus movement, a pioneering force that revolutionized design and construction in the 20th century. This blog post aims to take you on a virtual tour of Berlin’s modernist… read more.
Schöneberg, a vibrant district in Berlin, Germany, is known for its rich history, diverse culture, and thriving social scene. If you’re new to the area or looking to expand your social circle, one fantastic option to consider is joining the Connection Club. But what makes this club so special? In this blog post, we will… read more.
As the capital of Germany, Berlin experiences cold winters. If you are planning a trip to Berlin during the winter months, it’s important to know what kind of weather to expect. In this blog post, we will explore just how cold Berlin can get in the winter and provide some useful tips for staying warm.… read more.