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A memorial to six million victims and a reminder that anything goes on Grindr.
Read more: Holocaust Memorial
A trip to the countryside but leave your hiking boots: This is for fashion of the finest kind.
Read more: Modemuseum Schloss Meyenburg
Bigger and better than before, 12,000 square meters of palm trees, fine sand, loungers and straw umbrellas now belong to the boys on Mondays.
Read more: Gay Beach Berlin
From pillar of Nazi militarism to Techno pleasure palace and now modern art temple; the Boros wryly encapsulates the recent history of Berlin.
Read more: Boros Collection
Dig a little deeper than the bars to discover more about Berlin’s homosexual history.
Read more: Schwules Museum – Gay Museum
The contemporary cultural magazine 032c’s think-tank space welcomes artistic archives.
Read more: 032c Museum Store
There’s no denying that the Reichstag - and Sir Norman Foster’s dome, in particular - is a sightseeing highlight of any visit to Berlin, but the queuing certainly isn’t. For us there’s only one way to go.
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Say Buy Buy, not bye bye at Berlin’s top shops.
Read more: Buy Buy Bln
Read more: Trabi-Safari
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Animals, aquariums and architecture make Berlin’s Zoo one of the world’s best.
Read more: Zoo
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Nothing to do with a garden of animals. Unless you count the swathes of half-naked men, cavorting in the grass, as ‘animalistic’.
Read more: Tiergarten
Monthly alternative gay party with Berghain’s Boris and Italian duo Discodromo leading the charge.
Party politically with this polysexual gathering that brings out the city’s deepest sub-cultures for a night of art, music and performance.
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