11 Beautiful things that you can do for free in berlin, with pleasure berlin

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Running with you, but the ruble is not rolling? Don’t worry, even if your wallet hasn’t seen large notes for a long time, Berlin has a lot to offer for little or no money. Walks, bike rides and among other things these 11 beautiful activities.

Listen to student concerts at Collage Concerts

If you can give a slightly longer lunch break on Thursdays, you should stop by the University of Music. At the one-hour “Collage Concerts” students – soloists and ensembles – present entire works or extracts to their fellow students and the public.

  • Collage concerts
  • Gala carriage hall II, Neuer Marstall, Schloßplatz 7, Berlin Mitte
  • Thursdays 1 p.m.
  • More info

© Lena van Ginkel Enjoy the view from the TU Mensa

If you would like to relax and watch Berlin and don’t feel like watching the television tower, you can drive to the TU’s Caféteria Skyline on the 20th floor of the Telefunken high-rise on Ernst-Reuter-Platz. Here you can either stay for a coffee or a sandwich, or simply enjoy the great view over Berlin when the weather is good.

  • TU canteen
  • Ernst-Reuter-Platz 7, 10587 Berlin
  • Monday – Friday: 7:30 a.m. – 4:15 p.m.
  • More info

Stroking animals in the children’s farm in Görlitzer Park

A real farm against sterile city life. There are large puddles, a lot of dirt, various animals to stroke and look at. The site is accessible to everyone free of charge – including adults.

  • Children’s farm on the Görlitzer e.V.
  • Wiener Str.59b, Berlin Kreuzberg
  • Summer opening hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 10 am to 7 pm, Saturday and Sunday: 11 am to 6 pm, closed on Wednesday; in winter: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday and Sunday: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., closed on Wednesday

The Cod Coding Series & Listen to cod

cod & Dorsch is a reading series for young literature. Five well-known read every month and less well-known, young authors in “Old Red Lion Rein” in Neukölln literary texts of all kinds: poetry, prose, dramatic texts or literary essays. You can find out when the reading series will take place next on Facebook.

  • Old red lion inside
  • Richardstr. 31 12043 Berlin,

© Folkert Eilt’s guided tour of New Berlin Tours

Even if you have been living in Berlin for a long time, you are probably more likely to move around in your district and hide the tourist parts of the city. It is not without reason that they are sights. If you want to catch up on a bit of city history, you can do that on the free city tours of New Berlin Tours. Pssst, the guides are still happy about a tip.

  • Brandenburg Gate
  • Pariser Platz, 10117 Berlin
  • daily 11 a.m. (for people from West Berlin there is a shuttle that leaves at 10.30 a.m. at Wok to Walk on Hardenbergplatz)
  • More info

© Nino | FlickrCC BY-NC 2.0 Get to know the GDR in the museum apartment in Hellersdorf

In Hellersdorf you can visit a 3-room apartment that still looks exactly like it did in 1987 when it was moved into. When the houses in the Grabenviertel were renovated in 2004, the City and Country Housing Society an apartment unchanged and furnished it as a museum apartment.

  • Museum apartment WBS 70
  • Hellersdorfer Str. 179, 12627 Berlin
  • Sunday: 2–4pm or by arrangement: 0151-16 11 44 ​​40
  • More info

© ARD Capital Studio Tour of the ARD Capital Studio

In the middle of Berlin, articles, comments, interviews and broadcasts for the first, the third and a total of more than 50 ARD radio waves are created 365 days a year. You can have a look inside the ARD capital studio during a guided tour and at the end there is even a souvenir photo.

  • Guided tours through the ARD capital studio
  • Wilhelmstraße 67 a, corner of Reichstagufer, Berlin Mitte
  • Wednesday & Saturday: 2:00 p.m. | registration via the ARD-Infocenter: [email protected]
  • More info

Cinema like it used to be in silent film & piano

A little journey through time is waiting for you in the Fröschkönig in the Schillerkiez. You can watch silent films here every Wednesday. There is also live piano accompaniment. Nice.

  • silent film & piano
  • Weisestrasse 17, Berlin Neukölln
  • Wednesday: 8.30 p.m.
  • More info

© Marit Blossey Dancing and concerts listening in Clärchens Ballhaus

The Clärchens is a real institution for everyone in Berlin – regardless of their age. There is swing, tango, salsa or standard dancing all week long, there are classical concerts in the Hall of Mirrors, you can have a lunch during the day or relax in the beautiful garden in the evening, the perfect combination for all those who are undecided.

  • Clarchen’s Ballhaus
  • Auguststrasse 24, 10117 Berlin
  • More info

Syda Productions | Shutterstock Go to the cinema for free at Köpi

The Köpi on Köpenicker Straße 137 was occupied in 1990 and was one of the first occupied houses that were legalized again in 1991. Today it is an autonomous living and cultural center. But one thing is certain: You can watch several (sometimes quite good) films here several times a week. Usually in German subtitles.

  • Cinema in the Köpi
  • Köpenicker Straße, 137, Berlin Kreuzberg
  • Monday & Thursday: 9pm | Sunday: 6 p.m.
  • More info

© Kerstin Musl View art in the Kreuzberg / Bethanien art space

who art and loves beautiful, old buildings, will also like the Kreuzberg / Bethanien art space. In the former Deaconess Hospital on Mariannenplatz, built in 1847, there are now group and themed exhibitions on contemporary social and cultural processes dealing with contemporary arts. Here you can stop by every day for free. By the way, in summer there is also an open-air cinema.

  • Art room Kreuzberg / Bethanien
  • Mariannenplatz 2, Berlin Kreuzberg
  • Daily: 12pm – 7pm | Guided tours on request
  • More info

You can find even more tips on this clear free map from suxeedo.


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