This year, World of Coffee has partnered with the team behind the Berlin Coffee Festival to build a guide to this year's host city. To help you make the most of your time in Berlin, PHILIPP REICHEL, co-founder of the Berlin Coffee Festival, has put together a list of handy tips and recommendations for this year's World of Coffee attendees.
Berlin offers a huge amount of diverse places to visit, from museums to galleries and exhibitions to unique shops. Here are some recommendations:
Hamburger Bahnhof, Invalidenstr. 50 | Best gallery for contemporary art. always changing exhibitions - always worth a visit!
Gemäldegalerie Berlin , Matthäikirchplatz | One of the most important galleries that is flying under the radar, with historical pieces for which you’d have to line up in other cities for hours.
Computerspielemuseum / Computer games museum, Karl-Marx-Allee 93a | A museum full of games from the last decades | @computerspielemuseum_berlin
Apfelgalerie , Goltzstr. 3 | A shop that focuses on regional and seasonal produce, but specifically apples. Taste your way through sometimes more than 200 varieties. Great for sensory geeks ;)
Parkhaus Berlin , Schröderstr. 12 | A shop that is set up like an exhibition, but everything can be bought. Design pieces that are curated by the owners with pieces from all over the world. | @parkhausberlin.de
SHIO , Weichselstr. 59 | Berlin has a quick growing scene for sustainable fashion. This shop offers up-cycled fashion and sustainable locally designed fashion since more than seven years | @shiostore