Monday, 30 April 2018

A Trip To Berlin, Germany

After I don't know how many years of wanting to, I finally visited Berlin, and I had the most amazing time. 

I was lucky enough to spend the week before my 24th birthday exploring Berlin with my boyfriend. It's a city I've wanted to visit for such a long time and it was just as amazing as I hoped/expected. I've never walked so much in my life but it was the perfect way to see the city and we managed to tick off a lot of things while we were there. I'm going to let the photos do the talking now, but at the end, I'll list all the places we visited and look out for a 'where to eat vegan in Berlin' blog post!

Brandenburg Gate | Reichstag Building | Soviet War Memorial | Volkspark Friedrichshain
Memorial To The Murdered Jews | Topography Of Terror | Checkpoint Charlie
Checkpoint Charlie Museum | East Side Gallery | Berlin Wall Memorial | The Return Of The Cows
Natural History Museum | Jewish Museum

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  1. I loved flicking through your images and you seemed to have captured the city in a totally different angle to me which is so lovely to see. It's such a colourful and lively city and I could have easily moved there in the morning. I love how its full of creative, unique people and packed full of Vegan cafes! You look like you had a great time - I really need to get back here again soon.


    1. I totally agree with you, I didn't want to leave and will daydream about moving there forever (unless I make it a reality) x

  2. Lovely photographs, I've never been to Berlin but it's on my list of places. The street with the blossom trees looks lovely.
    Debs @

    1. I'd definitely recommend a visit, it's gorgeous! x