What Everybody Ought to Know About Berlin

Suzy

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19 Responses

  1. Sónia Justo says:

    Very usefull information. great post

  2. Val says:

    Thank you for this. I don’t know if I’ll go to Berlin but I will pin this. My parents were stationed in Germany when I was little. We were in West Germany when the Berlin wall fell.

    • Suzy says:

      Oh nice. Are you american? We have had many Americans here indeed. In my next article I write about the former and abandoned NSA Field and Spy station in Grunewald. The history is exiting and full of little details. 🙂 Do you speak some german then?

  3. rika9 says:

    I haven’t been to Berlin yet, but I usually go to Munich or Köln once or twice a year for work- a lot of this could apply to those places as well. A lot of good info here!

  4. Chantal says:

    Great post. Lots of good information on visiting Berlin – if I ever make it there!

  5. My Real Dish says:

    My friend is going to be working there in 2019 and we are going to visit Berlin. So excited! Thank you for these tips! The bottles for deposit next to the can is very kind.

  6. Cassie Liz says:

    I remember when I visited Berlin my walking tour guide told me about the rule about leaving bottles next to the bins and not in them. I actually love that!

  7. Karen says:

    Great advice, we visited Berlin a few years ago and this information would have been very helpful! I love your blog, it has a nice set up and is easy to navigate! I have bookmarked it and signed up for emails!

  8. Mica says:

    Oh so different from Brisbane! How interesting about needing to carry coins too – that’s a very helpful tip for tourists! Thanks for sharing this list 🙂

  9. vicki law says:

    I never carry coins so i would be caught out. thanks for the tip

  10. restoreme1 says:

    Great information for when I visit Berlin!! Thanks

  11. Heyyy.. Berlin is on my bucket list. Your post has been really helpful.

  12. Syntich says:

    Wow drinking alcohol as early as 8am , seems like a chilled place. You shared some really good information for anyone that’s has never been there before like me.

  13. Rebecca says:

    I have never been to Berlin but these are some great tips! Thanks x

  14. miriamcheety says:

    Thanks for the awesome tips and advice! it’s always good to know in case

  15. Jelena BB says:

    Berlin is one of the cities I really want to visit. In fact, I will put him on the travel list in 2018. I hope I can achieve this.

  16. Ramesh says:

    Certainly a very awesome post! I loved every word of it. I find it very exciting knowing different cultures, customs, traditions, places. I am following you! 🙂

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