Did you know that Berlin is home to a unique museum that celebrates the art and technology of video games? The Computer Game Museum is a must-visit destination for gamers, history buffs, and anyone interested in the intersection of art and technology.
Want to drink a beer with the locals? Berlin’s Späti culture is an essential experience for every visitor to the German capital.
Head to Mühlenbecker Land with the S-Bahn to discover one of Berlin’s best walks through the rustic nature of the Löwenzahnpad.
Currywurst founder Herta Heuwer sizzled her last wurst and closed up her sausage shop on June 30, 1979, but you can still treat yourself to a Currywurst at one of the over 2,000 stands that continue to operate in Berlin today.
If you’re looking to escape bustling Berlin, jumping on a regional train will get you to the charming of Lübbenau in just under an hour. There you can spend the day exploring the UNESCO Spreewald Biosphere Reserve on a traditional wooden barge, lacing up your shoes for a hike, or indulging in what has been the region’s #1 specialty since the 16th century: pickles.