Accommodation for Urban Explorers in Berlin
Things to do for Urban Explorers in Berlin
Freiluftkino Friedrichshain, Friedrichshain
One of the city’s most picturesque outdoor cinemas, the Freiluftkino Friedrichsahain combines fresh air, green space and enough seating for 1500 people. Set in the beautiful Volkspark with stunning woodland backdrop, the cinema shows a range of international films. Open beginning of May to end of September.
Story Of Berlin , Charlottenburg
With its modern, interactive design great for children, the Story of Berlin presents a quirky, accessible and compelling history of the past 800 years. Admission includes a guided tour through the nuclear bomb shelter upon which the museum is built
Schlachtensee Lake, Charlottenburg
Also set amid the towering trees of Grunewald, Schlachtensee is another year round destination. In summer the long, narrow lake is a shady oasis great for swimming and barbecues. In winter it freezes over and you can skate on its glistening, icy surface
Former Templehof Airport, Schöneberg
We first experienced the atmosphere of this grand open space with it’s derelict airport hangers, dissused areoplanes at the Berlin Music Festival back in 2009. It’s still used for events like "Bread & Butter" but it’s also very much a locals place. People can grow their own fruit and veg or just come for a picnic. In the winter time you can even go cross country skiing there!
Having started life as a project of passion by two New Yorkers, former supper club Little Otik retains that intimate, personal vibe. All their food is locally sourced, lovingly prepared and served up in surroundings so rustic you might forget you’re in the middle of Kreuzberg.