are MINI Pocket Guides. They are locally curated collection of secret spots and hidden gems crafted so you can explore Berlin with ease by way of simply suggested city walks or more spontaneous choose-your-own-adventure routes. The pocket-size map includes the sights and attractions not to be missed in addition to the word on the street to make the most of your experience.
From street markets, museums, shops, sights, restaurants, cafés, bars, clubs and more, you will find boundless options for every budget. The city walks are designed to guide you effortlessly through Berlin to the most exceptional sights like the Reichstag, beer gardens off the beaten path in Tiergarten, select shops on Potsdamer Street, and the Boros Art Collection. Come and go to as many or few that suit you. Alternatively, the opposite side of the pocket guide features even more exclusive highlights in the much-loved districts of Neukölln and Kreuzberg, along with detailed maps and photos to help you find your own way. QueerBerlin with the best LGBT-friendly in Berlin is also available now.
1. The map takes you through the Berlin of Berliners.
2. From cafés, to museums and shops, you can find everything in just three walks.
3. Be independent. No phone. No data. No drama.
4. All information you need is on one map: payment options, price ranges, wifi availability and more.
5. Trusted, discovered and enjoyed by over 2,000 travellers worldwide.
From Tonga to Alaska, after trekking many places around the world I have become well acquainted with the little things that make a difference in the life of a traveller. Being born in Berlin and
spending most of my life here, it only feels natural to show the city to friends and guests from a local perspective. Since 2014, I have hosted over 300 guests in my home, all of which helped me
design a map that makes experiencing Berlin as a Berliner a breeze.
I designed walks for Airbnb, mitvergnuegen.com and travelsofadam.com to help them discover the hidden gems of Berlin. These walks can also be found on my maps. Recommendations on the map include some of the most exceptional sights such as the Reichstag, beer gardens off the beaten path in Tiergarten, hidden shops, an art gallery inside a bunker and of course many local hot spots and events.
If you want to find more hidden gems of Berlin, check out my folding maps BertaBerlin and QueerBerlin. They are available in well-chosen locations all over Charlottenburg, Neukölln, Kreuzberg, Mitte and Prenzlauer Berg in Berlin and online. But for those of you, who want to stay up to date, feel free to follow me on INSTAGRAM, FACEBOOK or register for my NEWSLETTER BertaNews.