The 500 Hidden Secrets of Berlin
Where can you find the 5 most irresistible indoor street food trucks in Berlin? What are the 5 best shops if you’re looking for Berlin fashion? And what are the 5 most beautiful parks with a genuine Berlin spirit? The 500 Hidden Secrets of Berlin reveals these good-to-know addresses and many more. It’s an affectionate guide to the city, written by Berlin explorer Nathalie Dewalhens. She has selected places and details that few people know, like an open-air bar next to the river Spree with a wooden dance floor and a fairytale hut, a crane house with a café, located in a post-GDR industrial area, or a beautiful tango venue in a former warehouse from 1908. This is a book for visitors who want to avoid the usual tourist spots and for residents who are keen to track down the city’s best-kept secrets.
After having travelled the world Nathalie Dewalhens now considers Berlin as her home. She is working on her first novel there, preferably while sipping a latte in a bar. Philip Bögle is a Berlin based photographer who thinks of his hometown as a city that never sleeps, and as the perfect place to live and work, capturing moments, people and fashion.
Format 12 x 18 cm
# pages 256