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3 Hidden Gems in Berlin You Won’t Want to Miss!

3 Hidden Gems in Berlin You Won’t Want to Miss!

Berlin, Germany, has recently been named one of the hottest travel destinations in Europe, and it’s easy to see why! An extremely affordable city, Berlin boasts some of the most exciting street art in the world, as well as plenty of great sights and experiences around every corner. To make sure you get the most out of your trip to Berlin, here are three hidden gems you’ll definitely want to check out while visiting!

Classic-Remise Berlin

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The simplest way to characterise Classic-Remise is as a museum of vintage automobiles. But it goes much beyond that. In addition to antique automobiles, this location, which is housed in an ancient tram station, has dealers, spare parts, items centred around cars, car models, and much more. Even a restaurant exists where you may stop for a meal if you are hungry after sightseeing. There are also plans to expand the business to include scooters, electric bikes, and other accessories.
If you enjoy clothes shopping or would like some new threads while travelling, then the concept store ‘Vintage Reanimated’ should be on your list of things to see while in Berlin.

Volkspark Friedrichshain

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Tourists frequently ignore the Volkspark Friedrichshain because there are larger and more well-known parks in Berlin. With its perfectly planted green areas, interesting landmarks like fountains and statues, and features like playgrounds and sports facilities, this attractive park will win you over. The park is also conveniently located near other popular destinations such as the East Side Gallery and Reichstag Building.

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Neukölln District

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Neukölln used to be regarded as one of Berlin’s less wealthy neighbourhoods. It is most likely the coolest one right now. Due to the large number of immigrants and expats that reside here, the area is renowned for having an international feel. It is filled with art galleries, tiny museums, delightful cafés, antique boutiques, street art, and much more. The district is well known for its thriving café culture and clubs which can make it a little noisy at night but this only adds to its charm. For those who love good coffee or great food, there are many options available including Einstürzende Küche (popular because it offers vegan/vegetarian options), Café Kreuzberg (very charming traditional German café), Kreuzburger (known for their tasty sausages), and Café Landtmann (the oldest restaurant in Berlin).

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