Berlin-Links

NOTE: This is an *open* Berlin Link List – websites that you may or may not find interesting, informative, useful or even helpful: English Berlin News, tips on what to do in Berlin, lists of sights etc..

The list of English language Berlin Blogs is now over here.

Please feel free to submit your link suggestions in the comments together with a title and a short description you would like to see with your link – or send me a tweet @nuberlin_com or get in contact.


Berlin.de

English version of the homepage of the City of Berlin
www.berlin.de/en

visit Berlin

Homepage of the Berlin tourist information
www.visitberlin.de/en


German / Berlin News in English


NPR Berlin

Berlin’s NPR News station
www.nprberlin.de

The Local

Germany’s News in English
www.thelocal.de/

Exberliner

English Berlin magazine – since 2002.
www.exberliner.com

The Maybachufer

English Language News from Berlin
www.themaybachufer.com


Travels of Adam > City Guides > Berlin

Adam is a writer – and Adam travels a lot. And Adam knows Berlin very well. On his website he shares ‘his’ Berlin: Where to drink, what to eat, where to dance & party etc.
travelsofadam.com/city-guides/berlin

TimeOut Berlin

Things to do while you’re in Berlin
www.timeout.com/berlin

Aqui Berlin

Spanisch Berlin Blog / info pages
aquiberlin.blogspot.de

Berlin en ligne

French Berlin Blog / info pages
www.berlin-en-ligne.com

es Berlin

A Spanish visitor guide to Berlin and things to do in Berlin
www.esberlin.es


Berlin Loves You

Our Berlin blog *ahem* online magazine is written by a collection of Berlin-dwellers, old and new, from different backgrounds, with one thing in common: we love this city…
berlinlovesyou.com

International Events in Berlin

An open community sponsoring diverse international, creative and language events
www.english-events-in-berlin.de


Orte der Erinnerung / Sites of Remembrance 1933 – 1945

Directory of “memorial sites, documentation centres and historical museums in Berlin and Brandenburg which remember the National Socialist reign of terror, document its history and are dedicated to the commemoration of the victims.” – home of the booklet “Sites of Remembrance 1933-1945” (english)
www.orte-der-erinnerung.de/en

Galleries Association of Berlin / Landesverband Berliner Galerien

Gallery calendar, Art Events, Newsletter, …
www.berliner-galerien.de/en

Comedy in English Berlin

Live comedy listings
www.comedyinenglish.de


Berlin 3D – Download Portal

Through the Download Portal, you can request single building models as well as smaller areas of 9 square kilometers in six different data formats. …
www.businesslocationcenter.de/en/downloadportal


Berlin Refugees

A book project: “Refugees from all over the world come to Berlin. They aren’t expats who’ve come by choice to start a new, dreamy life in the capital. In most cases, they’ve come here unwillingly and escaped unimaginable conditions in their home countries …
www.berlinrefugees.com


Settle in Berlin

The galaxy’s most comprehensive and simple guide to settle in Berlin.
www.settle-in-berlin.com

berlinfo.com

english language guide to Berlin: “worktime, freetime, lifetime, traveltime
www.berlinfo.com

Let Jürgen Mayer H. help plan your next trip to Berlin with his own travel tips

Archinect got in touch with J. MAYER H. founder Jürgen Mayer H., who shared his own list of places to see and places to eat at in Berlin, specially curated for the architecturally inclined traveler.
http://archinect.com/news/article/132034420/let-j-rgen-mayer-h-help…

Journey to Berlin

In the interest of science and procrastination, I’ve been prodding around Berlin’s more obscure corners and, with this site, I hope to slowly peel back the layers of the city’s history …
http://www.journeytoberlin.com/

Der Irische Berliner

Spudnik Ó Fathaigh has called Berlin home since St. Patrick’s Day 2008, when he arrived doe-eyed and thirsty after the ferry from Ireland and a long drive through France. (…) Driven by inexorable hope, intolerable curiosity and incurable ambition, this lovable misanthrope stayed – despite many knocks – for Kürbiskernbrot.” (from the website)
www.irishberliner.com

Hipster Guide to Berlin (Travels of Adam)

Bars: Where to Drink, Coffee, Food, Best Brunches, Nightclubs: Where to Dance & Party, Gay Berlin, Art Galleries & Museums, Touristy Stuff, Parks & Platz’s, Where to Stay, Travel Tips
www.travelsofadam.com/city-guides/berlin

Bear Riker’s Berlin

“…an insider’s guide to one of the world’s most amazing cities, Berlin. We seek out venues and service providers that are English and Gay (LGBT) friendly. And, we offer a little local advice along the way”
Homepage: www.bear-rikers-berlin.de
An Insider’s Guide to Berlin: www.bear-rikers-berlin.de/insiders-guide-to-berlin/


digital in berlin

As an independent cultural agency Digital in Berlin presents quality forms of serious music. Since 2007 we develop, curate and promote unique event concepts and concerts around the world.
www.digitalinberlin.de

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art-in-berlin

www.art-in-berlin.de

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Worldwide Berlin

global interactive webdocumentary about all the different Berlins in the world
www.worldwideberlin.com


When You Live in Berlin

Young expat life in Berlin is so LOL, amirite?
www.whenyoulivein.berlin

Best wishes from Berlin

A story collection of creatives inspired by Berlin
www.bestwishesmag.com/berlin


 

British in Germany

if you want to (or have to) come and live and work in Germany, or if you’re just coming over for a visit, or for a leisurely retirement, this site is here to help you.
http://www.british-in-germany.de/

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NOTE: This is an *open* link list for Berlin related websites, blogs, etc. Please submit your link suggestions in the comments together with a category and/or tags you would like to see with your link – or get in contact. Of course I would appreciate a back-link :)

2 thoughts on “Berlin-Links

  1. Daniel De Rosa

    Hi TIll,

    Would be grat if you could add our Lifestyle Sector Berlin to your Link list.
    https://welcome-center-germany.com/category/lifestyle/berlin/

    Also our general website https://welcome-center-germany.com could be very interesting while we are providing general information about Germany and of course they are all good for Berlin too.
    Please let me note if you would add those two links.
    We would link you in our Lifestyle sector Berlin too. Maybe you even want to write a blog there.

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