Hello, berlin

Welcome to Berlin — the capital of Germany, which has changed drastically since the Wall came down, becoming a major destination for culture, parties and niche hipster delights. Today Berlin is a young, dynamic metropolis open to the world right in the heart of Europe, setting new trends in architecture, art and fashion. Shiny modern business centres compete for attention with nostalgic 90s grunge, and young families have brunch while club kids bike home in the late morning. Discover its diversity — enjoy Berlin! Be a Berliner. Eat a Berliner.


The Cafes to visit

black coffee and a chocolate praline, Berliner Kaffeerösterei Ku'damm, Berlin, Germany

Berliner Kaffeerösterei Ku'damm

Experience the smell of freshly roasted coffee beans and try out any of the 100 varieties in one of the last private coffee roasters in Germany. The glass windows into the chocolate shop let you watch the master chefs make cakes and chocolate specialities and you can get your day off to a good start with breakfast in the cafe library.

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bar with liquor bottles, Schwarzes Cafe, Berlin, Germany

Schwarzes Cafe

Schwarzes Cafe is a relaxed all-day cafe and bar with an eclectic menu that will keep you satisfied from breakfast to dinner, plus scrumptious desserts. Catch a bit of sun and some friendly chatter on the courtyard terrace.

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man holding a coffee and two croissants, Kuchenrausch, Berlin, Germany


Kuchenrausch is a cozy cafe with beer garden, a wide selection of breakfast items, modern German cuisine, pies and cakes. Be sure to try their chocolate pistachio cake — simply amazing. An excellent choice for a relaxing Sunday brunch!

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dark and cozy dining room at a restaurant

Café Restaurant Jolesch

Fine Austrian cuisine and pastries in a wonderful atmosphere with its own wine shop and cakes to take away. The deep-coloured dining rooms with large artworks envelops you in a feeling of cozy.

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Jelänger Jelieber restaurant and cafe in Berlin, Germany

Jelänger Jelieber

Jelänger Jelieber is an authentic neighbourhood restaurant serving modern German food at fair prices. Drop by for lunch to take advantage of their day offers, which changes from day to day. You'll always find great vegetarian options here, too.

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ice cream in a cup in front of a freezer, Der Eisladen Kaulsdorf, Berlin, Germany

The Kaulsdorf Ice Cream Shop

Since 1997, this family business has been serving over 130 varieties of ice cream made from organic milk. The Kaulsdorf Ice Cream Shop also offers lactose-free ice cream. Fantastic option if you want to order a pie or cake for a special event. Family friendly, with good coffee for the adults — catch some sun on the little benches outside.

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barista pouring a cortado, Coffee Pony, Berlin, Germany

Coffee Pony

Coffee Pony is a recent edition to Berlin's coffee scene. Friendly and charismatic staff, fast WiFi, great food and even better coffee. Their Spanish style cortado with condensed milk is an absolute must-try.

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yellow ice cream in a cone just scooped from the container, Eismanufaktur aka Spoonful, Berlin-Mitte, Germany

Eismanufaktur aka Spoonful

Eismanufaktur (now also known as Spoonful) is a tiny little ice cream shop with a varied selection of ice cream flavours with no artificial colourings or flavourings. Try old classics like vanilla and pistachio or go for something more exotic like guava and white choc-parmezan. Great coffee, too.

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overhead shot if a table with cake and cute objects, Cafe Rix, Berlin, Germany

Cafe Rix

Cafe Rix is a relaxed cafe-restaurant in a beautiful converted dance hall. Drop by for breakfast, lunch or dinner, or just to sip a cup of coffee while reading your favourite book. The cafe also hosts art events both inside and in their cozy garden.

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beautiful mid-century modern furniture


Wohnzimmerbar is a great place for wine and evening cocktails, as well as great coffee and desserts. Pair your drinks with delectable small bites. Get into retro mood with modern antique armchairs and mismatched furniture: vintage kidney-shaped tables and other furniture from 50s and 60s.

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melon flavoured ice cream in a bowl, Eispatisserie Hokey Pokey, Berlin, Germany

Eispatisserie Hokey Pokey

Eispatisserie Hokey Pokey in Prenzlauer Berg has what is probably the best ice cream in Berlin. Try their creative flavors and check out the tiny boutique selling chocolates, pralines and t-shirts — awesome for small and sweet souvenirs.

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chocolate cake, Café Einstein Stammhaus, Berlin, Germany

Café Einstein Stammhaus

Chic, Viennese-style villa once owned by silent movie star Henny Porten. Café Einstein Stammhaus has served as filming location for Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds. In keeping with the scene from the film, try their apple strudel, but feel free to choose any other cake from their menu. If you choose to stay for dinner, consider getting their famous schnitzel. The food is on the expensive side, but the elegant location makes it worth the cost.

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A gay couple at Cafe Berio Schöneberg, Berlin, Germany

Cafe Berio

Cafe Berio has been a central meeting point for Berlin’s gay and lesbian community since the 1970s. Come here for great coffee, creamy cakes, pastries and light meals. If you're lucky, you'll catch some live music.Their big outdoor terrace is cozy even when it's raining.

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custard pies and stuff, DoubleEye cafe, Berlin, Germany


Schöneberg's open secret, DoubleEye is not playing around when it comes to coffee. The best baristas in Berlin take the art of coffee to the highest level here. Get your espresso classics, plus craft cold drip and iced espresso, lovingly made pastries and custard pies. You can also get great coffee beans for your brewing at home.

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dessert and a book, Café BilderBuch, Berlin, Germany

Café BilderBuch

BilderBuch is a lovely neighbourhood cafe with all day breakfast and friendly staff. Comfy seats, walls covered with art and good WiFi. Bring a books and spend an afternoon here, sipping great loose leaf tea. On warmer days, enjoy the cozy terrace with a huge red parasol.

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candle and two glasses in a dark bar, Rote Beete Café & Bar, Berlin, Germany

Rote Beete Café & Bar

Rote Beete close to Winterfeldplatz is here, whether you’re looking for a bar, a terrace, or a smoking lounge. The concept is quite simple: cool guests and staff, affordable drinks and a friendly atmosphere.

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front of the Cafe Sybille, Berlin, Germany

Café Sibylle

Sibylle is a cafe and museum with a permanent exhibition on the history of Karl-Marx-Allee with its Communist-era “workers’ palaces“.

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backyard at the Literaturhaus Berlin

Cafe in the Literaturhaus (House of Literature)

Café im Literaturhaus breathes historic literary ambience of the late 19th-century villa. The menu changes weekly, so you'll always be surprised by something new. Enjoy a delicious meal, a coffee or attend a literary event. Catch some sun on their terrace or hide stay inside in the cosy conservatory.

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waffles with berries, Cafe Vux, Berlin, Germany

Cafe Vux

Cafe Vux serves Brazilian-inspired vegan cuisine in an understated, clean space with a wall of framed pictures. Everything they cook is vegan, homemade and fresh. Stop by for cakes, waffles and light meals.

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