The weather in Berlin this summer has, so far, been extraordinary. Since moving to Berlin in March I have slowly been discovering the best places to enjoy these long and warm summer evenings. While some of these places are well-known by most Berliners, others are much less renowned and equally as magical. I thought I’d share my thoughts and experiences of a few of these fantastic places in this blog post for anyone looking to fill their free time this summer and make the most of everything that Berlin has to offer....

In this blog post I thought I’d write about the more humourous differences I personally have come across while living in Hannover and then Berlin. To highlight these differences I have composed a list of various things to do in Germany if you want to feel truly "German"....

Berlin’s luxury real estate market is booming and be it an apartment, a townhouse, a penthouse or any other kind of high-end luxury real estate you are looking for, Berlin will most certainly not disappoint. For this second post in a short series exploring luxury real estate in Berlin, I have listed a few of my favourite luxury apartments for sale right now in different areas of Berlin, along with a short description and picture....

Whether you are in the process of searching for a luxury home in Berlin, or are simply a curious soul like myself and wish to take a look inside a few of the incredible properties currently available on the Berlin property market, this blog post should be useful to you....

If you have bought an apartment as an investment, or are planning on buying one in the future, it may be the case that you are looking or indeed will soon be searching for someone who can take care of the apartment on your behalf....

The U2 line, as highlighted on the map, starts at Pankow S-Bahn station and runs through from the eastern city centre (Alexanderplatz) to the western city centre (Potsdamer Platz, Wittenbergplatz, Zoologischer Garten), and finally to the Ruhleben terminal station. In total the U2 has 29 stations and a length of 20.7 kilometers. It therefore plays a central role in Berlin’s public transport system, connecting some of Berlin’s most famous historical landmarks, attractions and places....

Ever since moving to the city I have heard so much about the wonders of Kreuzberg from both friends in Berlin and clients at Black Label alike. In recent years, properties that we’ve had for sale in the district, which is part of the combined Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg borough to the south of Mitte, have always received large numbers of enquiries. One could argue it’s become, in the Berlin property market at least, the most sought-after neighbourhood in the city....

Water may not be the reason that people from all around the globe travel to visit Berlin; generally it is Berlin’s rich history and cultural landmarks that causes its tourism industry to be as successful as it is. If one was looking for a trip in which to enjoy water, Berlin probably wouldn’t be the place at the forefront of their minds. Though it may come as a surprise to many, as it certainly did to me, the water, for Berliners and other residents of the city at least, plays an integral part in filling their free time in the summer months....

In my previous blog post I briefly touched on some of the great things to be discovered if you just venture out “beyond Berlin’s border”. Within that post I mentioned the increasing number of visitors to Potsdam, the capital of the federal state of Brandenburg, and having visited the city last weekend for the first time in a few years, I was reminded of just how strikingly beautiful it is. I therefore wanted to expand on my previous post and share more with you about some of the wonderful things there are to see and do in what I believe to be one of the most beautiful cities in Germany. ...

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