If you can come to Berlin for one day and one day only, make it the first of May.

Celebrate National Workers day (we forget who invented it…) Berlin style: street parties take over Kreuzberg, riot police line the borders, music EVERYWHERE, locals come on to the streets to sell yummy food and cocktails, we all party till the police close in.

It can get a little bit dangerous so try not to get too wasted, don’t shout at the police and stay clear of the political demonstrations (unless that’s your thing in which case, good for you!).

Best to go and party on the streets during the daylight hours then head home, or to a club if you’re still buzzing, leaving the darkness to the guys in bandanas and hoodies.

Aim for the streets around Kottbusser Tor and Gorlitzer Park – though don’t excpect to be able to rely on the public transport, it’s usually shut down by lunch.

Alternatively head to Tempelhof for a more chilled, but no less fun, experience in the old air field there.

Hello, I’m Eleanor, I’m 23 and I want to share my Berlin with you! I come from London, studied in Edinburgh and now live in Schöneberg in West Berlin. I fell in love with the city whilst visiting a friend a few years ago and that love has only grown since I moved here last January. I work part time in a Kindergarten and for a film company and I spend all the hours in between exploring the nooks and crannies of this wondrous city. Candlelit cafes with impossibly comfy armchairs and old French jazz, cavernous wine bars, bustling restaurants that spill out onto the street and into the night, every corner holds a new place and a new adventure!



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