Do you feel like scooting through Berlin? Well, look no further because walk this way and COUP are making it happen.
COUP wants to revolutionize urban mobility and offers you a mobility service that takes you to your destination quickly, cheaply and with a smile. Faster than the BVG, less sweaty than a bicycle, more dynamic and agile than a car and easy to park.
On this map I designed drives, so that you can travel the world without leaving Berlin:
A journey through France in Berlin
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Until the 12th of April you can win the COUP map with a free guided drive through the French part of Berlin. At the same time
@joincoup and @walkthisway.berlin will give away a raffle on Instagram 10 x COUP Berlin
packages including a map and eScooter drives.
On one of the three drives, Berta guides you France, here you go with some of her French gems of Berlin.
Hidden at the end of Görlitzerstraße you can indulge in delicious French delicacies like tartes with forest fruits or chocolate strawberry cakes with thousands of layers and have your head styled. An unusual combination that you can also enjoy separately. In summer you can picnic with the French pastries you have bought in Görlitzer Park.
Görlitzer Straße 32A, 10997 Berlin (Kreuzberg), www.salonsucre.de, Fr–Sun 10:00–18:00
Between Forster and Glogauer Straße are three boule courts which can be used free of charge. On sunny days it can still be quite narrow, as up to 100 boules fans cavort here. But you can bridge the waiting time with a picnic (possibly with baked goods from the Salon Sucre), watch the others bouling and enjoy the Savoir Vivre.
Paul-Lincke-Ufer 13, 10999 Berlin (Kreuzberg)
Since the 19th century the magnificent rococo building has been called the Princess Palace - intended as a residence for the daughters of Frederick William III. They have allegedly never lived in it. Today, Deutsche Bank's international modern and contemporary art collection lives in the Palais Populaire, but concerts, readings, and sports workshops also take place here.
Unter den Linden 5, 10117 Berlin (Mitte), +49 30 20 20 93 0, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.db-palaispopulaire.de, Mon, Wed, Fr–Sun 10:00–19:00, Thu 10:00–21:00
In 2012 Bastien Le Cozzannet opened his crêperie at the Zionskirchplatz. Here you will find galettes in all variations, with French goat cheese, thyme, honey from the church next door and many more to choose from. For dessert you can also order a sweet crêpe with caramelized apples and vanilla ice cream. Bon Apetite!
Zionskirchstraße 28, 10119 Berlin (Prenzlauer Berg), +49 30 24 72 91 10, email@example.com, www.labigoudene.de, Mon–Sat 18:00–23:00, Sun 10:00–23:00
One of the most exquisite cinema addresses in Berlin for cineasts and francophile. Located on Kurfürstendamm in the Maison de France, the cinema consistently shows French and European movies, often in the original version with subtitles. Perfect for a journey through France in Berlin.
Kurfürstendamm 211, 10719 Berlin (Charlottenburg), +49 30 88 13 119, www.yorck.de
Berta is the publisher of the travel guide BertaBerlin, a travel blogger and marketer, and most notably a born resident of the German capital city. In her travel guides, inconspicuously entitled BertaBerlin, she discovers city walks all over Berlin and writes about the hidden gems of the city on her blog. There are currently BertaBerlin maps for Charlottenburg, Neukölln, Kreuzberg, Mitte, QueerBerlin and now BeautyBerlin, a QueerBerlin map and a YogaBerlin map.
2018 she discovers all the beautiful places in Berlin and describes them in her new map BeautyBerlin: Take a stroll through Berlin, visit cosmetic studios, spas, hair salons and enjoy a relaxing day.
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