A closer look at Berlin. The video.


Berlin. – I’d heard much about Berlin, a place where history, culture, street art and an undeniable mix of grunge, architecture and style meet and mix as best friends.

On my first visit in March 2016 I took numerous Free Walking Tours to learn more about the times the city has seen, the art scene and to visit the significant museums. Then with some friends I rented a bike and toured the impressive and rather opulent Potsdam.

It all felt familiar, friendly, accepting and like a place I could easily call home, especially with all those tall trees and wooded areas to enjoy. I loved the chill on the winter air and the way that anybody and everybody makes Berlin the unique place that it is today. Here’s a little look as edited by Eden Weiss.

Also read: Up Close and Personal with Berlin.

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