I spent the weekend in Berlin enjoying its unexpected choices of Asian cuisines and street arts all around. My days were planned out focusing from exploring places furthest from the central to hitting most of the attractions in central before our departure. Few of the things that make me want to visit again is Berlin's huge flea market at the Mauerpark and its variety of museums at Museum Island. 3 days was definitely not enough time to explore the whole flea market with vintage gems and to check off all the art museums. But here're some highlights!
View Full Berlin Itinerary
Day 1: Towards West
Day 2: Museum Island & Around
Street Food auf Achse is hosted on Sundays from 12-6PM. At first we got kind of lost finding the place, but eventually we figured out it is behind the cultural building with an outdoor area filled with a variety of food trucks from Korean fried chicken to German fast food.
Hangouts on a casual Sunday at Mauerpark with the flea market on the side (Above).
Taking a break from all the walking by laying on the field of green grass in front of the Berlin Cathedral (Below).
Kluncherklanich is one of my favorite rooftop bars so far. Even though there's a small fee just to enter the bar area, it was pretty cool seeing how this hideaway in a parking structure is transformed into a hipster looking bar with a view of Berlin aside.
Day 3: Central
Our last day ended with visiting central places like The Holocaust Memorial (Left) and Brandenburg Gate (Right) since we wanted to stay near central station for an easier departure to the airport.
Photo Credit: Jacky He