Nope, you don’t actually need a car when you live in Berlin. However, there are certain situations when you might want a car. Especially when it’s about discovering the Brandenburg fields around the city. Which is why I have teamed up with Opel’s new car sharing service CarUnity, to be able to bring you the finest sceneries, food places and hide-aways in Brandenburg (and probably Saxony, Mecklenburg Vorpommern and more). Starting with a beautiful little village in the Uckermark: Ringenwalde.
Every week there are news about the situation of refugees in Berlin. Here’s a summary of what’s been happening and how you can help. This is the English version of an article on Mit Vergnügen, hier kannst du ihn auf Deutsch lesen.
The art of gift giving is beautiful – if it’s done right, it’s a pleasure for the receiver, and a support for the community. So why not skip your plan to order all presents last minute online and have a little spree at local shops, supporting those who are keeping our cities lively and small producers alive. Stil in Berlin’s gift guide wants to lead you to small businesses in our lovely city, starting with the gifts for the people in your life, who love to eat a present as soon as they unwrapped it.
You know that Stil in Berlin is all about the good things in life and in our city, but that doesn’t mean we should forget that many are not as lucky as we are. Especially those who set off on life-threatening journeys from their war- and poverty-ridden home countries to come to Europe, Germany, and Berlin. Let’s join forces to make their arrival and their stay just that bit better.