Friday, August 2, 2013

The creative city...Berlin!

Giant Graffiti painted in one of the coolest hotels in Berlin, in front of the Berlin's wall. 
Berlin! One of the biggest and nicest cities in the world. So multicultural and artistic, so majestic and intimidating!  is the German capital :D We definitely had to go there, to get some inspiration around, and for sure we could find it! 
At the beginning looks so big and confusing...specially at the moment when you hear the German language and you don't understand anything...:@ (And you don't even want to understand that language...)  :D But that's all! Because actually you feel like in a little version of the planet. You just see people from all over the world, art and diversity in every corner that makes you feel  inspired and awake, The city never sleeps and is full of magic and shops! That's why we love it! 
The museums and galleries are everywhere, I never saw too many museums in one place, or too many galleries in just one single street, the city is made for artists! 
The best way to visit Berlin is by walk, (...As a students that we are... :D ) We found the transportation really expensive there and the streets so cool! then, the best way to sightseeing is going around by feet, and for sure you will find many interesting places around that are not in a city map; that's why Berlin surprises more, becasue you can find amazing things without looking for them!  
Berlin Has a very spontaneous street art and also lot of history behind every wall. Is so serious and modern city, but at the same time you breathe so much freedom... 

Summer sky in Berlin! least we got a nice picture... but with the -5 degrees we didn't care so much about the picture, just going home!

Berlin's history has left the city with a highly eclectic array of architecture and buildings.

The East Side Gallery, open air exhibition of art painted on the last existing portions of the Berlin Wall. 

Berlin is home of 153 museums!  Also has a long history of gay culture and influence on popular entertainment, and according to some authors, in the 1920s the city was the Gay Capital of Europe! 

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