It’s been more than a month since we went to Berlin and I finally found a time to get through all of those pictures I took.

Looking at them now I feel so nostalgic. Berlin definitely stole my heart and if the main language there wasn’t German I would be moving there immediately. I just don’t like it and I don’t have time to be bothered with learning a new language. I love London so much, but sometimes I feel like it’s too much. Too busy, too big.
We pretty much walked over the whole Berlin in just three days. We didn’t have to use the tube or train or anything.
If I was living in Berlin I would become a vegan without any doubt. I’m already a vegetarian for almost a year and I’d love to become a vegan, but it’s just so hard as it’s difficult to eat outside then. And life is too short for me to being stressed all the time when I’d be in the centre and get hungry and won’t be able to find any vegan restaurant. Sometimes it’s hard even for a vegetarian. But in Berlin?? Even small corner shops have veggie options. No wonder people are saying that Berlin is the capital of vegan food.

Also I had never felt stressed there because I was surrounded with to many people as it never happened. Which I can’t say about London. You know, when you go for some shopping on Oxford Street and your day is ruined in the first minute you step on that street as there’s too many people and you can’t enjoy it. Berlin isn’t that busy at all.

Anyway, let’s see the pictures:

First day when we finally arrived to Berlin and were on train getting to the centre. No sleep for about 24 hours and no sleep for another 14 ahead of us. We spent the first day on Lollapalooza festival which you can read about HERE

And here’s photos from day 2:
We were lucky as our host was living on Alexanderplatz, so everyday it was easy for us to just walk wherever we want as everything was quite close.

Berlin Cathedral. I don’t think I’ve ever seen more beautiful building than this one. Pretty much in every post about a city I’m saying how much I love circular buildings and this one is my most favorite one. I could be sitting there in the park whole day and just watching it. Absolutely breathtaking.

Neunen Wache statue. Memorial of the Federal Republic of Germany for the Victims of War and Dictatorship

Spreetreppen. Such a lovely place. We sat there for a good hour just rinsing our feets in water and watching boats. I wish this kind of place was in London as well (not Camden, please). There wasn’t too many people and it was so quite. Perfect place for thinking.

Brandenburg Gate
This place is heaven – Little Green Rabbit. I won’t lie when I say this was the best salad I’ve ever had. So many options that everyone can find something they’d like. And those portions are huge!
I was literally catching wifi wherever I could as our host didn’t have a wifi in his flat. I know, right? WTF?
Another thing we were so excited about – Photobooths! They are pretty much all over Berlin.
Memorial to the murdered Jews
By the end of the day we went to Tiergarten park where we just lay down and rest for a while.

Then we went back to the Brandenburg Gate and The Dome so we could also see it at night

Day two and three in the next post!! xx


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