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Free wifi in Berlin Mitte

Berlin is a great multicultural city filled with great art, history and culture. But there’s one thing that Berlin lacks: free wifi. It is almost unimaginable that a city as important as Berlin, the capital of the strongest economy in EU, offers almost none options to visitors, right? Like, come on, the city is allegedly the Silicon Allee and tourists and freelances suffers from the lack of free options when it comes to find a spot for checking your mail or find out where that place is or some random everyday life event such as those. Free wifi in Berlin...

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A video of Berlin Mitte in 1991

I love when I discover this short movies showing up how Berlin used to be in the past. And I just stumbled upon the one below that shows a Berlin Mitte in 1991. Everything looks so different and, at the same time, so similar to what it is right now. The buildings, of course, look a lot better but you can see something in the video that you can’t see today. I’m not sure about what it is but you can see the video below and think about it. Berlin Mitte in 1991 in video Jörg Langkau is the...

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Best areas to stay in Berlin

The best hotels to stay in Berlin plus a comprehensive guide of Berlin's prime areas divided in neighborhoods    Welcome to Fotostrasse’s comprehensive guide to the best areas to stay in Berlin, the best hotels and more. All the hotels and hostels we’ll show you here have been personally chosen and tested by us or our friends to ensure you’ll have a great time. We want to avoid traps, you know? Nothing worse than coming to a cool city like Berlin and having a bad experience with the place we are staying. This can ruin the whole trip....

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Visiting the House of Soviets in Kaliningrad

Visiting the House of Soviets in Kaliningrad One of the weirdest looking buildings we ever had the pleasure of visiting ; The House of Soviets is a huge brutalist building located right in the middle of Kaliningrad. There is no other construction in the city as large as this one so it can be seen from everywhere which is a stain for many Russians. Mostly because this is a failed architectural project that lays abandoned in the heart of Kaliningrad. But some people complain about the weird look of it, and some even mention that it looks too much...

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The Best Photo Spots in Berlin: Where to take pictures in the German Capital

If you’re like us, you travel with a camera and carry it all the time. With smartphones becoming cheaper, everybody takes a camera with them, but we only see selfies everywhere. Because of all this, it became hard to surprise somebody with travel pictures since most people only go to the same places and take the same pictures. But we’re here to solve this problem with our list of the best photo spots in Berlin. Most people come to Berlin and visit the same places. This is one of the reasons why we started Fotostrasse. We want to bring...

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Why you need to visit the Olympiastadion Berlin even if you don’t care about sports

Olympiastadion Berlin is the largest stadium in Germany, and it has a, somewhat, dark history to it since it was originally built for the 1936 Berlin Summer Olympics. That one where the Nazi Party decided to show what they were all about when it comes to propaganda. Nowadays the stadium is the home ground from Hertha BSC, Berlin’s most famous football team. All this history is, for me, what makes the Olympiastadion such an unusual place: the mixture of its dark history and its brilliant present. This is why a visit to the Olympiastadion is such an interesting one....

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52 Places to See in Berlin: One for each week of the year

A few weeks ago I went to a bookstore to protect me from the rain that was getting intense. Inside there was an entire section with books about Berlin. Most of them with the same places to see in Berlin. Most of these places are common sense for travelers. Everybody knows them, and most of the books there didn’t even try to give any good reason to visit them. While I was browsing through these books, I realized that I have been to a lot of different places in Berlin and that, maybe, I should just write down my...

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