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  • Barbara V Adams M.

Activities for the last weekend of November!

- November 26 -

We are super excited that the Christmas markets are here! For those who want to do more than just Christmas stuff, here is a compilation of activities that you can enjoy this weekend and others to come!

1. Rakotzbrücke Devil's Bridge

Fall is said to be the best time to visit this gem of Germany, a perfect hike with beautiful fall colours and it fits perfectly in a day trip from Berlin. The bridge is not the only attraction this park has to offer, Kromlau Park has a castle and 150-year-old tulip trees.

This day trip will take you around 2 hours from Berlin, so plan to leave early.

To get there: You can take the Regional from Alexanderplatz to Weißwasser (Oberlausitz) and from there a bus. If you go alone it cost more or less €35- €50, and if you go with a group, the more people that go the cheaper it gets. You can buy a QDL ticket and make a group day trip with some friends or create a Moment in our app to find people to go with.

Rakotzbrücke Devil's Bridge • Entrance: Free • Kromlau Park • 6 Halbendorfer Str., Gablenz, 02953 Germany • 3G space

2. Christmas Market of the week!

Source: German Cinematheque

Historischer Weihnachtsmarkt in RAW cultural center! In this Christmas market, you can jump back in time to the middle ages and enjoy things such as jugglers, torch lights and axe throwing.

Open until Dec 22 you can enjoy this market any day of the week, Mon to Wed free of charge and other days €2.

Check out our complete list of Christmas Markets here. There you will find a brief history of Christmas markets and a whole list of all markets you can go in Berlin as a checklist to mark!

Historischer Weihnachtsmarkt • Monday – Friday 15:00 – 22:00, Saturday & Sunday 12:00 – 22:00 • Entrance: Monday to Wednesday: Free, Thursday to Sunday €2 • RAW • Revaler Straße 99 10245Berlin - Friedrichshain • 2G space • More info

3. German Cinematheque

Source: Deutsche Kinemathek

The German Cinematheque focuses on film and television, from their origins to the present. The permanent exhibition establishes relationships between this media’s history to culture and society, as well as to political events.

There's a free audio guide to explore more than 120 years of film. Remember to book a slot in their website before going!

Deutsche Kinemathek • Wed – Mon: 10: 00–18: 00, Th: 10: 00–20: 00, Tue: closed • Entrance: €2 -€9 • Potsdamer Strasse 2, 10785 Berlin • 2G space • More info

4. Relachen - Comedia

Source: @relachen_berlin

This one is for our "hablantes de español" or those who are learning Spanish and want to put it to the test!

A comedy show all in Spanish to shake off these gloomy days and cold weather.

The show is this Friday at 20:00 and you can even stay to have a little dance afterwards with your friends, old or new ;) 2G, Entrance: €10.

Relachen Berlin • Friday Nov 26 20:00 • Entrance: €10 • Zum Böhmischen Dorf • Sanderstraße 11 12046 Berlin • 2G space (Must present certificate in digital form) • More info

5. Topography of Terror

Source: Topography of Terror

A free museum with an exhibition about Berlin during the “Third Reich”. It shows how the National Socialists were able to gain a foothold in Berlin and gradually establish the city as the political center of its leadership. Located right next to the remains of the Berlin wall you can do a history walk of the city

Most of the exhibition panels are made of glass, making it possible to view the excavated ruins behind them. The exhibition presents photos, newspaper articles and documents. Media stations provide in-depth information on selected topics.

Topography of Terror • Daily 10.00 - 20.00 • Entrance: Free • Niederkirchnerstraße 8 10963 Berlin • 2G space (Must present certificate in digital form) • More info


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