European Football Championchip 2016

As you may noticed, Germany and, of course, the whole continent, is waiting for the Europeen Foodball Championchip. The citystay Hostel Berlin, especially the staff, is waiting for it as well. So, here are some informations about this thrilling event: Shedule of the matches: Qualifying Round Group A – France, Romania, Albania, Switzerland Friday, 10th June 2016 09:00 pm : France – Romania Saturday, 11th June 2016       read more…


Winter Fun in Berlin

The summer season in Berlin is definitely the more popular time to visit for tourists. Much more relaxed and with the Christmas spirit you should visit the city during the colder months, with fewer crowds naturally making for a more pleasant experience. With the first snowfall sledding, tobogganing and Ice skating are common here, which adults and kids adore. Snowfalls are a novelty, especially for foreigners, for whom white, snowy read more…


Busking through the city of Berlin

In Berlin, in nearly every season, you’ll walk past a busker or street performer on many corners of the city, especially places like Alexanderplatz, East Side Gallery or Mauerpark. Busking in Berlin has become a street performers ritual! You can live on it, but you cannot base your life on it; you can do it, but you cannot count on doing it; and the street decides whether you are to read more…


25 years German Reunification on 3rd October 2015

October 3rd marks the “Day of German Unity” ever since the German Democratic Republic (GDR) and West Germany reunited in 1990. Since then, the day is celebrated as a public holiday. Background Following World War II, the area that was Germany was divided into four military sectors controlled by France, the United Kingdom, the United States and the Soviet Union. On May 23, 1949, the sectors controlled by France, the read more…


Open Heritage Day 2015

Germany’s biggest and most popular heritage event the Heritage Day- in Berlin called “Day of the open Monument” is taking place on the 13th September and is free of charge. It offers the chance to visit historical landmarks that are either not usually open to the public, or would normally charge an entrance fee to visitors. Curators of monuments, archeologists, and preservationists lead tours through historical and remarkable housing complexes, read more…