Your favorite travel guide is here… 5 districts to visit while in Berlin…


A city full of surprises, once was divided and still feels like each area has its own color and personality. Diverse in its own self, history and development. A city with multiple identities… Red More

Berlin; Metropolitan; and to Me; Berlin is like Blind Love.

Below you will find 5 areas that are highly recommended for you to visit


Stands for Central Berlin. Where most of the touristic attraction reside. Happening and commercial, touristic and historic. You will find: The Museum Island, Berlin Arch known as “Brandenburg Gate”… Read More

For more details on what to do and where to go in Mitte, click on the photograph below.

Prenzlauer Burg

Unfortunately, I only made it to the Mauerpark in Prenzlauer Burg, but I heard so much about the neighborhood. If you wish to experience the posh side of Berlin which used to be the Bohemian side earlier in the 1900, now you can go there to dine at expensive restaurants, walk between tree-lined streets, colorful boutiques… Read More

For more photos and details on the Maurpark, click on the photograph below


Which is just right below Mitte and is attached to Kreuzberg, is famous for its walls to be turned into canvases, even big buildings you will find art and graffiti on them. This artsy neighborhood, is also filled with cheap bars, boutiques and restaurants.

You will find the EastSide gallery, Jewish Museum… Read More

For more photos on the Berlin Wall “EastSide Gallery” and Friedrichshain click on the photograph below.


As mentioned above is actually combined with the Friedrachshain neighborhood, is also known as X-berg, and is known to be from the trendiest areas in Berlin. Filled with bars, restaurant, and vibrant nightlife. This is where you will find all the… Read More

For more photos and information click on the photo below.


This is where it is the most international, for most immigrants landed in Neukolln, and few years back, this is where all the artists moved to, because of the rise of prices in central Berlin except for Neukolln where inexpensive rents and nightlife was still available. Today Neukolln is becoming very popular and therefore… Read More

You will find the Berlins former airport Templehof Field that is now a public park and a hangout. Unfortunately, I didn’t make it to the park.

For more details on where to go and what to do in Neukolln click on the photo below.

As for Shopping try Kurfürstendamm which is considered the Champs-Elysees of Berlin.

I also used to check this active local website that you can use for recommended venues and activities Stil in Berlin 

Did I miss anything? Please feel free to share with me your comments.

All pictures are taken with a Canon 7D

The Artistic side of Berlin resides in Friedrichshain Kreuzberg

Friedrichshain Kreuzberg.

Friedrichshain Kreuzberg are formed by former East Berlin as Friedrichshain and West Berlin as Kreuzberg. They are both linked through the historic Oberbaum Bridge that used to be the Berlin border crossing for pedestrians. Today the two districts are the most hip in Berlin. With all its walls sprayed with Graffiti and art, pubs, restaurants and shops. Worth the walk, or a bicycle ride.

What can be seen and done at Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg

 A walk along the River Spree and Oberbaum Bridge

A walk or bicycle ride along the East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall)

An international memorial for freedom. A section of the Berlin Wall, and is made out of 105 paintings by artists from all over the world. It is considered to be the largest and longest lasting opening air gallery in the world.

Street Art

Graffiti with man blowing butterflies from his mouthThe Streets and the People 

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Why Berlin is incomplete without a visit to Mauerpark on a Sunday?


Mauerpark located within the Prenzlauer Berg district, is a public park and stands for Wall park referring to its status as a former part of the Berlin Wall and its death strip.

Bearpit Karaoke Show

The park is very popular for its Bearpit Karaoke Show which started in 2009 and took place around a stone circular stage, with surrounding amphitheater stage. Today, and only during Spring to Autumn, every sunday, thousands of people gather there to cheer and take part in the public Karaoke show.

Thousands of people attend the Bearpit Karaoke show at meauerpark

Flea Market 

Since 2004, every sunday, there is a huge flea market open known as the Flohmarkt Mauerpark in German that stands for Mauerpark Flea Market. There are several flea markets that take place in Berlin, but this one is most popular among the locals and foreigners. You will find antiques, food, fresh juices, hand-made products, local brands, t-shirts, and many more.

Mauerpark flea market in Prenzlauer Burg BerlinCream Mauerpark flea market in Prenzlauer Burg Berlin

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8 Things to see and do in Mitte, central Berlin.


Here are things to see in Mitte the center of Berlin by distance.

1- Victory Column 

I do not have a photo of the Column which is also known as the Siegessaule, but sometimes Mitte would have festivals along from the Brandenburg Gate to the Victory Column.

2- Brandenburg Gate

The 18th century arch of Berlin. One of the most popular landmarks. Located at the junction of Unter den Linden and Ebertstrabe. It was built between 1788 to 1791 as a sign of peace commissioned by King Frederick. The gate suffered much damage in World War II and so was last restored in 2000.

3- The field of Stelae

Which also stands for the Memorial to the murdered Jews in Europe. Building began in 2003 and was finalized in 2005. The names of the victims was obtained from the Israeli Museum Yad Vashem, and it cost around 25million to build. The museum has attracted some controversy, and was described by the German Jewish community as unnecessary.The Field of Stelae

4- Topography of Terror

This is an outdoor indoor history museum.


Morning Diary Day 13 – Berlin Night & Day … Make sure you visit MauerPark Flea Market & Karaoke

Sunday, November 2nd 2014

Berlin, Germany

I was lucky enough to catch the great weather just exactly around a month ago in Berlin, walking around Neukolln towards Kreuzberg was a great way to explore the local concept stores and shops. If it is a good day and a sunday, then do not miss the Neukolln flowmarket “flea market” and make sure you make it to the big flea market at Mauerpark that is defiantly worth checking out and specially the open karaoke. At night you can find plenty of beautiful urban restaurants and bars in both areas, as for the touristic attractions, then Mitee is your best place.

Using CANON 70D

Morning Diary Day 12 – Berlin’s Street Art

Tuesday, October 21st 2014

Berlin, Germany

Walk throughout Neukolln neighborhood, visit the open air East Side Gallery with the international street art graffiti, pass by the hackeschen markt and reflect within:

What is life if it wasn’t created for us to sees each other in it. Earth is round for a reason, we each live in the total opposite of one another. We all reflect on each other.. What I see in you I see in me and it is wonderful to experience the warmth of our souls connecting through soil. We are all one united through light thread and spirit. Looking deep into history I resemble repetition in everything only in different uniforms and labels. It is like we live the lives of our ancestors when they lived the lives of our reflectors. Start looking through the eyes of one another as your own reflection, look deep into their souls and realize that in there is the kingdom of treasures. Miracles do happen and wishes come true, but if you don’t put a little effort in there then it is not worth wishing, for nothing is meant to happen effortlessly and nothing requires the whole wide world to change in harmony with your beliefs and thoughts. You alone can set foot, open a new door or fix a broken one. Alone through energies of one another, through the soil that unites our energies, one person can make a difference.

Morning Diary Day 11 – Hello Berlin…

Tuesday, October 7 2014

Berlin – Germany

Finally, I made it. I have always wanted to visit Berlin, the city of everything; culture, history, ruins, hope, hipsters, artists, and what does this city not offer? An identity maybe? My first day was beautiful, you can not pass a day in Berlin without going through and between memorials, ornaments, wide streets and some fun time. It is a chill weather, lots of walking is required or biking, and so much to see.

In few words, Berlin is scattered. In my pictures below, you will see a little bit of Neukolln, Mitte; check point Charlie, memorial wall, jewish museum, and around the victory column area.

All my pictures are taken with a CANON EOS 70D

Your body is a given gem…

Your body is your memorial wall… It’s amazing how we are made, our skin is just like a wearable piece of cloth. Very delicate and fragile, beautiful and sheer. The way you treat it, is marked and the way you serve it, appears. It’s washable, chargeable, it is your body of light. It is truly a gem, a very sensitive valuable piece if gem. And we have to appreciate it, be grateful, and take real good care of it. Our decisions are our responsibility, our actions lead to the consequences that may rise. So today, I will dedicate it to my body, my awareness my gratefulness my admiration will be directed to my given piece of gem. Listen to it, learn how to use it, how to take care of it, how to make sure it lives a healthy happy life from the given nourishment around me. History will always be carved in our bodies as a past and our future is what we long for. Let us make it a shining bright future.