What do you want to see, what do you want to do? It’s a good question, and everyone has their own dreams and wishes that need to be fulfilled during their time in Berlin. Talk to us about your personal desires and we will be sure to help, and in the meantime, take a look and some of the cool things we like in and about Berlin to help you be inspired as you plan your trip.
Berlin on t’internet...what we are reading:
The Circus Cwiki – a Berlin city guide, featuring bars, shops, attractions, restaurants, nightlife and more... completely researched and written by members of The Circus team. All our personal favourites (English).
Unlike Berlin – travel guides for the mobile generation, Unlike is the first stop of travellers in the know who are looking for a carefully selected and researched resource (English).
Castor & Pollux – contemporary art blog from Berlin (German).
iheartberlin.de – hipster nightlife and events around the city (English).
Berlin Art Link - the city’s go-to website for connecting art professionals, collectors, and enthusiasts to the contemporary art scene (English).
Foodie In Berlin – if you are looking for the perfect spot for dinner, from street food to starred restaurants, this is an invaluable resource (English).
Berlin Street Style - A blog about Berlin's Street Style, Street Art, Fashion, Designers, Shopping, Trends and Events (English).
The European.de – Leading political debate platform with blog (German).
The Needle – Berlin Memory Project – Drawing Stories from the City (English).
Slow Travel Berlin – a “slow” guide to the city and it’s many hidden corners (English).
Bang Bang Berlin – an online fashion, culture and clubscene magazine (English).
And because print is not dead yet...
Do You Read Me? – a magazine shop a short walk from The Circus Apartments, and the best place in Berlin to grab the latest edition of Monocle, Dazed & Confused, I-D, 032c, Men’s File and many more art, fashion and culture publications.
Dialogue Books – down in Kreuzberg, Dialogue offers a carefully curated selection of books in English, as well as a regular programme of literary events both in the bookshop and in a number of other venues around the city, including Cafe Hilda and the Soho House.