11 Things you can do on the weekend in berlin with pleasure berlin

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Everyone is looking forward to the weekend like Bolle, but when the time finally comes, you often don’t know what to do with the suddenly available one free Time. With these 11 tips you will surely get through the two most beautiful days of the week.

© BeFine Spa massage and hammam treatments in the BeFine Spa

If you need a little break from the concrete jungle, you can immerse yourself in oriental worlds in the BeFine Spa in the Titanic Hotel on Gendarmenmarkt or in Chausseestrasse. In the wonderful spa you can pamper yourself with massages, hammam treatments or high-quality cosmetic treatments or relax in the sauna or steam bath. Every Tuesday evening and Thursday morning, the hammam opens its doors exclusively for women and you can indulge in relaxation with free tea and fruit.

  • BeFine Spa
  • Franzische Strasse 30, 10117 Berlin
  • Monday-Friday: 6.30am-11pm, Saturday & Sunday: 8 am-10pm | Gendarmenmarkt 9 am-10pm
  • 49–129 euros
  • More info

© Il Kino Independent Watch original films at Il Kino

The Il Kino just before the Landwehr Canal in Neukölln not only has a small, cozy cinema hall where you immediately feel as relaxed as at home, but also a cozy bar in the adjoining room. There you can browse by candlelight for small Italian dishes and a wine in cinema magazines or discuss the film you have just seen. The program includes independent films (mostly OmU / OmeU), documentaries and films by Berlin filmmakers.

  • Il cinema
  • Nansenstrasse 22, 12047 Berlin
  • More info

© Wiebke Jann Chocolate shock in the Rausch café

One of the best drinking chocolates can be found in the Rausch Schokoladenhaus café at Gendarmenmarkt. The fine cocoa is made from white, whole milk or dark chocolate and can be rounded off with flavors such as chilli or mint. And to top it off with the chocolate shock, treat yourself to a tartlet with at least as much chocolate.

  • Rausch Chocolate House
  • Charlottenstrasse 60, 10117
  • Monday – Sunday: 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
  • More info

© Tadshikische Teestube Hear fairy tales in the Tadshikische Teestube

You can experience magical tea hours near the Monbijoupark. From 6 p.m., cheerful to scary Russian fairy tales are served there every Monday for tea. The traditional green tea is prepared strictly according to regulations and individually according to the guest, which of course takes a while. So the same applies here: switch down the pace, hang the stress on the coat hooks and simply warm up first until the delicious tea comes. Then you can go for a walk in the Monbijoupark.

  • Tadshik tea room
  • Oranienburger Strasse 27, 10117 Berlin
  • Monday – Friday: 4pm – 11pm, Saturday & Sunday: 12pm – 11pm
  • 9 euros
  • More info

© 2015 BertaBlock Boulderhalle GmbH bouldering at Berta Block

One of the best sports for fall is bouldering. Either you climb alone or you spend a sporty and cozy afternoon with friends in one of Berlin’s many bouldering halls.

  • Berta Block bouldering hall
  • Mühlenstraße 62, 13187 Berlin (bus M27 Mühlenstraße)
  • Every day

© Kieran Behan Dancing to the wild Renate in the salon

Wilde Renate is also one of the clubs you can show off with when visiting Berlin. From the outside, the club looks like a normal old house. Inside, you feel like you’re at an extra-crazy flat-share party, where you can’t really orient yourself even after a twelve-hour dance marathon through the house. No matter, because this way you always find a new dark corner feet put up or, um, smooching. And when you’ve seen everything inside, you can go out into the no less exciting garden and see if it’s already light.

  • Wild Renate Salon
  • Alt-Stralau 70
  • More info

© dannebrog | FlickrCC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Visit exciting exhibitions in the Martin-Gropius-Bau

The Martin Gropius building has been around since 1881; since then it has housed a wide variety of collections and museums. Today it is not only a tourist magnet, but can actually be decorated with the most renowned exhibitions in the world: from Ai Weiwei to David Bowie to photographs by Dennis Hopper. Of course, none of this can distract from the wonderful architecture of the house, for which a visit alone is worthwhile.

  • Martin-Gropius-Bau
  • Niederkirchnerstrasse 7, 10963 Berlin
  • Wednesday – Monday: 10 am to 7 pm, Tuesday closed
  • approx. 7-15 euros
  • More info

© The Bar Marqués High quality and high percentage in The Bar Marqués

A small, hidden pearl is located below the Marqués restaurant on Graefestrasse. In addition to a small sign that reads "The Bar" you will find the entrance to the small, cozy antique universe full of velvet sofas and old wooden furniture. If you want to drink high-quality, this is the place for you, because you won’t find any fuzz here and some syrups are also made here.

  • The Bar Marques
  • Graefestrasse 92, 10967 Berlin
  • daily: 7pm – 2am
  • More info

© ett la benn Run a dessert marathon in the Coda dessert bar

At first glance, this sounds a bit strange: a bar where only drinks and desserts are served? But that’s exactly how the concept of Coda Dessert bar on Friedelstrasse in Neukölln. Every drink (alcohol-free on request) is meticulously coordinated with the dessert and vice versa, as if they were one. They belong together and complement each other. For example, there is a dessert consisting of pecan ice cream, eggplant, apple balsamic vinegar, and sherry with a note of pecan is served. Even those who don’t like sweets will find a few here interesting Creations such as desserts with cheese, fermented tofu or black garlic. exciting!

  • Coda dessert bar
  • Friedelstrasse 47, 12047 Berlin
  • Tuesday – Saturday: from 7 p.m.
  • More info

© Nora Tabel Watching animals and walking in the scab >

You really want silence and far out? Then drive to the sea-rich forests with old pines, oaks and beeches, inland dunes and bogs, which are now called Schorfheide and are one of the largest contiguous forest areas in Germany. This area is so huge that in addition to nature there are also several exhibitions, cultural events and things to do. In addition, here in the Schorfheide wildlife park you can see great animals such as sea eagles and lesser spotted eagles, storks, cranes, beavers and otters.

  • Wildlife park Schorfheide
  • Prenzlauer Strasse 16, Schorfheide
  • How to get there: By car from Prenzlauer Berg B 109, from Groß Schönebeck through the entire heath | Autobahn A11, exit Finowfurt
  • More info

© Quiet corners in Berlin Essen and stroll in the historic harbor

The historic port of Berlin is located in the center of Berlin and is home to Germany’s largest museum harbor. On the Märkischer Ufer, right on the water with a view of the television tower, Berlin shows itself from its seaman’s side. The around 100 year old boats are used today as a restaurant, museum and theater boat and are definitely worth a visit. Ahoy!


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