It is not an exaggeration to say that there is something of everything in Berlin for everyone. Historical monuments that bear testimony to the storied history of Germany‘s capital over the last few centuries are on every corner of the city. Art spaces, nightspots and F&B establishments that run the gamut from hipster food markets to cosy speakeasies are scattered all over town. Surrounding Berlin and coursing through her are green belts and meandering rivers that make up about 40 per cent of her surface area. And when it comes to food, there’s definitely much more than currywurst.
This fall, I trawled the streets of Berlin – from the boulevard of Unter der Linden along the graffiti-covered remains of the Berlin Wall, and through the labyrinth of alleyways in Hackescher Markt – to suss out the best it has to offer for all of you who love food, nature and history.