Everything You Never Knew You Wanted to Know About Berlin And Kreuzberg
What to read when coming to Berlin and wanting to take it slow – a great guide-book for all those who prefer to stroll than to run.
From Slow Travel Berlin reviewed by Paul Scraton of underagreysky.com. Go buy:-)
Originally posted on Under a Grey Sky:
As regular readers of Under a Grey Sky will know, I am closely involved with the Slow Travel Berlin project. What began as a website that “encourages us to slacken our pace, re-consider our motivations and embrace a “less is more” instead of a “fast is better” ethos,” has developed to become not only one of the best English-language resources about the city for travellers and Berliners alike, but also offers a wide selection of tours and workshops to help people engage directly with the city. I have been running a number of different tours for Slow Travel Berlin over the past year, including a neighbourhood stroll through my home kiez of Wedding and some walks along the Berlin Wall Trail, which also tie into my new project at Traces of a Border.
Whilst we were developing the tours, creating a weekly what’s on guide to the city, and…
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