Deutsches Historisches Museum, until August 31, 2014
Leslie Kuo heads to Ruppiner Land to sled with huskies and walk with wolves.
Hania Hakiel discovers Brandenburg’s “slowest” music event.
Jenny Seifert gives some tips on how to travel slowly in the Bavarian capital.
Catherine Lupton explores Beelitz's abandoned sanatorium.
Rhea Boyden visits the former summer residence of Bertolt Brecht and Helene Weigel.
Paul Scraton discovers pine forests, sand dunes and run-down industrial estates.
Berlin’s oldest and most famous lido still packs in the punters.
Led by long-term residents, these informal but well-researched strolls draw on history, literature, architecture and other cultural phenomena to provide unique, un-clichéd insights into the city’s past and present.
Instead of highlighting the city’s hippest ‘hotspots’, we’ve taken a more patient and personal approach to bring you 100 special places, many of which would not be mentioned in conventional guides.