Berlin In Your Pocket city guide


The setting for perhaps more films and television series than any other European city, Berlin is a storyteller’s paradise. Its streets and buildings, public squares and grand avenues all ooze with public, private or historical tales. The point is that everyone who lives in Berlin has a story to tell, and just about everyone who visits Berlin has a story to tell: it‘s that kind of place. So with that in mind we at Berlin In Your Pocket have decided to start chronicling these stories, by speaking to some of the most interesting people who live and regularly visit the German capital, listening to them in order to find out what they have to share. What do they think of the city, what do they want from the city? What does Berlin mean to them? If you think you are one of those people, please get in touch: both we - and our readers - would love to hear your Berlin story. Local, visitor, cforeign resident or passerby.
We want to collect as many Berlin stories as possible and publish them right here. Drop us a line at berlin@ Meantime, we have prepared another packed issue filled to the margins with Berlin goodness. We continue to take a look at Neukolln, easily the most talked-about district of the capital right now: when it comes to stories, Neukolln has a seriously tall tale to tell. Then there‘s the usual peerless guide to what‘s on in Berlin over the next few weeks, as well as our regular restaurant and nightlife reviews. Berlin In Your Pocket, for so long a mere city guide, is now much more than that.

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