There are several ways to explore Berlin: one of them is to spend all your days in the queues going from one museum to another, together with other tourists. But I guess you are on this site not for this – we will advise you some absolutely free and full of joy and happiness, abandoned places in Berlin that you will for sure like! Read More
Berlin is known to be the city with the most checked by controller’s metro. But at this line you could relax: no tickets, no controllers, even no trains. Today we will visit the ghost metro line – Siemensbahn. Read More
Would you like to feel, how was the first ball for Natasha Rostova from “War and Peace” of Leo Tolstoy? Or to see what kind of dance was popular in times of Scarlett O’Hara in “Gone with the wind” of Margaret Mitchell? A little piece of that dancing epoch you can find inside the Grünau Ballhaus in Berlin. Read More
Already from the title you can guess that today we will visit the place somehow connected with the ex-president of Iraq Saddam Hussein. Maybe in this place you could be really invited? And you can really visit it? Well, if you are in Berlin, why not! Don’t miss this opportunity! Read More
The construction of special facilities for Olympic Games always caused lots of controversy: are they needed? As after all, when the Olympics pass, they remain unnecessary. This story happened also with the Olympic Village in Berlin, which was left after the summer Olympic Games in 1936.
What could be better for a kid than amusement park?! But what should you do if you are already grown? The answer is simple – go to abandoned amusement park in Berlin! Read More
Berlin seems to be really generous for abandoned swimming pools. Maybe one time it was really popular to go to swimming pool with your friend…and then suddenly it became more popular to visit abandoned swimming pools. Read More
-Good morning, pupils! Today after lessons we will go to the morgue and will carve corpses for your first time. Prepare your scalpels! Read More