Miguel from Colombia is enrolled in a language course in Berlin. He takes us on a voyage of discovery through two of Berlin's trendiest districts: Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg and Neukölln.
How does it feel to spend a night in a hotel in your own city? DW's Gero Schliess takes a look at Berlin through the eyes of a tourist.
Germans are known the world over for their virtues: efficient, reliable and always on time. But is all this actually a myth? Don't look for German virtues in Berlin, says columnist Gero Schliess.
If you have an apartment in Berlin, you can consider yourself lucky. The market is tight and the city is all the rage, causing owners to rent out more flats to tourists and worsening an already severe housing shortage.
Many tourists come to see the Berlin Wall and other places of the once-divided city. The infamous GDR police prison near Alexanderplatz will become another main attraction in the foreseeable future.
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