21 Pretty good tips for winter in berlin, with fun berlin

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We are in the middle of winter and our hearts and minds don’t want to leave the house before 9 a.m. and after 3 p.m. Our day tips may sometimes lure you out, but they don’t always have to match your mood. Our 21 tips will show you what you can do (almost) independently of the day in winter wonderland.

© Tadshikische Teestube Hear fairy tales in the Tadshikische Teestube

You can experience magical tea hours near the Monbijoupark. From 6 p.m. there are always merry until creepy Russian fairy tale served with 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

© Marit Blossey Dancing and concerts listening in Clärchens Ballhaus

The Clärchens is a real institution for everyone in Berlin – it doesn’t matter which 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

© Milena Zwerenz ice skating

Like flying the kite in autumn, ice skating is part of winter. In Berlin, almost every district has its own train, some of which are open-air. You can glide particularly nicely on the roof of Bikini Berlin in Charlottenburg (great view) or in the Neukölln ice rink (beautifully nostalgic) over the ice.

  • Every day

© Pasam Baklava | Facebook Snack on sweets at the Pasam Baklava

The brothers Ali and Mehmet have been baking and selling Turkish baklava for over 10 years. In their shop they sell the sugar-sticky dough towers, which are freshly prepared every day and sometimes have over 30 layers of dough. Sometimes with a lot of pistachio or without, chocolate with cocoa powder or with semolina filling. Restraining is really difficult with the delicious selection, because you have to put up with a racing heart and abdominal pain. Those who are diabetic or on a diet should therefore avoid the bakery, which also supplies 5-star hotels and embassies with their pastries.

  • Pasam Baklava
  • Goebenstrasse 12A, 10783 Berlin
  • Monday – Sunday: 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

© Sultan Hamam Get warm thoughts in Turkish baths

One thing is clear: heat helps against the cold. Women get a lot of it in the hammam of the women’s center Chocolate Factory e.V., a great Turkish bath. Everyone can relax in the Sultan Hamam, a mixture of an oriental bathhouse and a modern spa. There are also separate men’s and women’s days here.

  • Sultan Hamam
  • Bülowstrasse 57, 10783 Berlin
  • Women: Tuesday / Thursday: 9:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., Wednesday: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Friday / Saturday: 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., Men: Monday: 2:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., Wednesday: 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. , Mixed: Sunday: 11 am-10pm
  • 3 hours for 19 euros
  • More info

© Wiebke Jann Take a walk in the Weissensee Jewish Cemetery

Fresh air is good for you. There are lots of beautiful walks in Berlin, so sometimes it is quite good to get a recommendation. So let’s go: The Jewish cemetery in Weißensee, which is one of the largest Jewish cemeteries in Europe with over 115,000 graves, is particularly beautiful. If you need even more fresh air, you can then take a lap around the White Lake.

  • Jewish Cemetery
  • Herbert-Baum-Strasse 45, 13088
  • Winter opening times (until March 31st) Monday to Thursday 7:30 am to 4:00 pm, Friday 7:30 am to 2:30 pm, Sunday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Shabbat (Saturday) and public holidays closed

© Laura Plank Tobogganing on Teufelsberg and in the Victoria Park

Berlin actually has mountains for sledding! The Teufelsberg is even 120m high and offers the steepest and therefore fastest toboggan run in Berlin. The ascent takes about 15 minutes, but you will be rewarded with a great view and a lot of wind around your ears when you descend. Screaming! If you like it a little more comfortable and central, the toboggan run in the Victoria Park in Kreuzberg is recommended. It is significantly shorter and more comfortable than that of the Teufelsberg, but there is always a very lively winter mood here.

  • Teufelsberg
  • Teufelsseechaussee 10, 14193 Berlin

© Aunt Lisbeth | Facebook Slide a calm ball while disco balls

“… At the dark end of the street”, more precisely at the ball track in Grüntalerstraße in Wedding, the famous trio of games, fun and excitement awaits you every day. In addition to the obligatory bowling alley, there is a good bar, DJs, jam sessions and film evenings. Yippie.

  • Kugelbahn Wedding
  • Grüntaler Strasse 51, 13359 Berlin
  • Monday to Sunday 6:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m.

© Berlin ick love you beer tasting at the Bierlieb

Look at it this way: In the Scandinavian countries, it is still darker in winter than here. No wonder they drink so much there. A rather harmless way to turn the winter blues into a beautiful blue is offered by a beer tasting, for example in the Bierlieb beer store, or a whiskey tasting, for example in the Cadenhead whiskey shop, both in Friedrichshain.

  • beer lovers
  • Petersburger Strasse 30, 10249 Berlin

© Maria Eklind | Watch FlickrCC BY-SA 2.0 ice hockey game

Did you know that the Berlin polar bears have been German ice hockey champions for the past three years? Nope? Perhaps now is the right time to convince yourself of the team’s skills. There are still a few games left until March. It doesn’t always have to be the football stadium.

  • Mercedes-Benz Arena
  • 10243 Berlin
  • On the weekend
  • Tickets from € 14

© Charlott Tornow Tropical feeling in the botanical garden

Perhaps you are at the station more often with the S-Bahn "Botanical Garden" came over but never got out? Now would be the right time to change that. The garden, which is over 100 years old, has 43 hectares and around 22,000 plant species to offer. Of course, there are no flowering fields available at the moment, but the 15 greenhouses are home to enough green for a winter-weakened heart.

  • Botanical Garden
  • Königin-Luise-Straße 6-8, 14195 Berlin
  • daily 9 am to 8 pm (the greenhouses close at 7 pm)
  • Adults 6 euros, reduced 3 euros
  • More info

© Katja Meyer Watching art in the C / O gallery

Since the C / O Gallery is back, it has always thrilled us with its exhibitions and is filled to the ceiling, especially on premier days. On Sundays you can combine the whole thing with a nice brunch in the SUPER and a walk through the Tiergarten.

  • C / O Berlin
  • Hardenbergstrasse 22, 10623 Berlin
  • daily 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Admission: 10 euros, reduced 5 euros

© Goldhahn & Sampson cooking classes and delicacies at Goldhahn and Sampson

Everyone likes good food and if you can also prepare the good food yourself, the sad evenings with frozen pizza are already numbered. at Goldhahn and Sampson you can do cooking classes for almost every conceivable kitchen. From the imperial dumpling cooking course to Royal Thai cuisine to Persian vegetarian cuisine, everything is included. There are also selected, delicious wines and you can take a few delicacies from the adjoining deli for your home. If Charlottenburg is too far away, you can also expand your cooking skills in the branch in Prenzlauer Berg.

  • Goldhahn and Sampson
  • Dunckerstrasse 9, 10437 Berlin
  • Monday to Saturday: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
  • from 50 euros, mostly 69 euros
  • More info

@ Kerstin Musl Puzzle the pub quiz in the Fahimi Bar

Pub quizzes have unfortunately lost a bit of their appeal with the smartphone epidemic. But it is also too easy to google a question. We cannot guarantee honest players, but you will definitely have fun at the Pub Quiz in the Dicken Wirt in Charlottenburg or in English at the Fahimi Bar am Kotti.

  • Fahimi bar
  • Skalitzer Str. 133, 10999 Berlin
  • always on Sundays
  • More info

© Manfred Brückels | Wikimedia Commons CC BY-SA 3.0 trip to Potsdam

Potsdam is not far away, but mostly only commuters or tourists go there. The city offers beautiful walking routes even in colder outside temperatures, for example over the Glienicke Bridge into the Babelsbergpark. Or you can go on a studio tour at Studio Babelsberg. We have already picked out 11 things that you can always do in Potsdam.

  • Potsdam
  • Babelsberger Str. 16, 14473 Potsdam
  • Whenever you want
  • More info

© Trattoria Venezia Best pizza, best friends

If you are already tormenting yourself out of the house with the temperatures, then at least for a good reason. Keyword: really tasty pizza and good friends (you can determine the ranking yourself). In the small, fine Trattoria Venezia in Kreuzberg, the pizzas not only taste great, but are also so big that they cry out to be shared.

  • Trattoria Venezia
  • Liegnitzer Str. 28, Kreuzberg
  • Tuesday – Sunday from 6 p.m.

© Milena Zwerenz Looking over the treetops on the Beelitz treetop path

A 320-meter-long path at a height of 23 meters that meanders between the buildings of the former healing facilities and the eponymous tree tops: The treetop path opened in 2015 and offers a great view of Beelitz and the surrounding area from high above. Afterwards, you should definitely take a tour of the former premises such as the hospital or operating room – of course only if your children are not afraid!

  • Tree top path Beelitz
  • Road to Fichtenwalde 13, 14547 Beelitz-Heilstätten
  • May – September: 9 am to 7 pm, April & October 9 am–5.30pm, November – March: 10 am–4pm
  • 9.50 euros, reduced 7.50 euros
  • More info

Silent film at midnight

At the Babylon cinema you can watch classic vocal films every Saturday at midnight. And according to the motto "Zero o’clock zero euros" even for nothing. The whole thing is accompanied by the Babylon organist Anna Vavilkina.

  • Babylon cinema
  • Rosa-Luxemburg-Strasse 30, 10178 Berlin
  • Every Saturday at midnight
  • Free
  • More info

© Matze Hielscher sing karaoke

Many people think that they are not really the type of karaoke and / or cannot sing anyway. Ultimately, however: in the end nobody sings alone anyway, because everyone is bawling. This works particularly well with Monster Ronson’s Ichiban karaoke, where you can rent your own cabins. Plan a few schnapps anyway and listen to Miley, Rihanna and Co. warm again.

  • Monster Ronson’s Ichiban karaoke
  • Warschauer Str. 34, 10243 Berlin
  • daily from 7 p.m.
  • Cabins for approx. 6 people, on regular days € 12 per hour and group

© 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

© Janina Heppner, set designs: Martin Chmilecki, graphics: Ivonne Schulze Trash Theater at its finest

You don’t have to be a fan of “Gute Zeiten, bad Zeiten” to like the “Good Wedding, Bad Wedding” theater soap from Prime Time Theater. All episodes form a complete story and are performed for five weeks each. At the beginning of each episode there is of course a brief summary of the events to date on the screen.

  • Prime Time Theater
  • Müllerstrasse 163, 13353
  • Every day
  • Tickets: Sunday to Thursday € 15, reduced € 9.50, Friday and Saturday € 17, reduced € 11

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