A travel writer and a chef walk into a bar. They fall in love and move in together. The chef gets a Michelin star, then two Michelin stars, and they live happily ever after nearby the restaurant. Then comes coronavirus.
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A city long-recognized for its freedom of expression, Berlin has a long history as an LGBTQ hotspot with edgy and alternative queer things to see.
By no means an exhaustive list, here is a brief selection of Berlin’s best designers, and where to find them.
From the Bavarian Alps and the Black Forest in the south, to the Baltic Sea in the north, Germany is so much more than oompah bands and beer. Explore Germany’s complicated history and fantastic art scene as well as incredible food and drink in our guide to what to see and do.
You don’t need to leave the city to get your nature fix in Germany’s capital.
Experience Berlin through the eyes of some of the greatest filmmakers and writers to be drawn to one the world’s most beguiling cities.
Whether your preference is for busy cities or tranquil countryside, vibrant art museums or lively shopping quarters, East or West German history, you’ll find it just a few hours’ drive or train ride from Berlin.
It may be more difficult than you think to find some of these authentic dishes.