Here is a list of the 10 best best travel blog posts about Berlin for your trip in 2020.
Did you know that Berlin is home to 3 UNESCO world heritage sites! The Museum Island, Sansoussi Palace and Parks in Potsdam and the Modernism Housing Estates. On top of that it is is considered by many as Germany`s greenest city with over 44% of its area made of waterways, woods, rivers and green areas. If that’s not enough to convince you to give this beautiful city a visit, then the following blog posts will do the trick. We picked out the best 10 blogs about Berlin with the most useful and engaging content.
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All the below-mentioned bloggers have all provided an amazing guide on what to do and see while visiting Berlin. Don’t let your bags hold you back from experiencing Milan from the moment you arrive until the moment you depart. Store your bags with one of our luggage storage in +50 locations around Berlin.
In every case that made our list, the usefulness of their tips or their great content have convinced us to include them. In the list, you will find you talented photographers, skilled writers, wanderlust addicts, foodies, and family travelers – all of which have something to offer and help make your trip to Berlin truly amazing.
Our picks for top Berlin blogs are more than welcome to put the following code on their website to use the badge and share their nomination with their own readers!
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The 10 blogs that made the final cut have been selected based on 3 criteria:
- Quality of the content
- The practicality of the tips and advice
Check out our picks below 👇
1. Budgettraveller – travel in style on a budget
The author of Budgettraveller – Kash, is the 2016 National Geographic Traveller Blogger of the Year. Author of the brand new ‘The Grand Hostels: Luxury Hostels of the World.’ published by design publisher Gestalten, Kash has revolutionised travel for the stylish, design-led budget-conscious traveler.
The blog post that grabbed our attention is about cool things to do in Berlin on a budget. The cool thing about his post is that not only does he offer great ideas on what to do in Berlin on a budget, but a video too which will give you many ideas on what to do in this amazing city. He further has posts about 10 movies that inspired him to visit Berlin and 15 free things to do in Berlin! Check his article out to find the best thing for you to do in Berlin on a budget.
2. Becky the traveller
If you’re going to Berlin for only 2-3 days then this is the perfect itinerary for you to check out. Becky Angell has now been to 40 countries in 6 continents! Solo travel is the main type of travel she takes up as it gives her the freedom she needs to get most out of her trips.
The blog post we want to share is one that contains a 2-3 day itinerary for what to do on your trip to Berlin. Her blog post saves you all the hard work and allows for you to just sit back, read and mark what you’re interested in for your 2-3 day trip. Her itinerary even provides you with walking time estimations so that you can really get all the information you need straight from her post.
3. Dreams in heels
Dreams in Heels by Olga Maria caters to all types of adventurous souls, including those who are already exploring the world or even those who plan to travel (even on a budget) in the future. If you have a bucket list and a desire to see amazing places, then you can take a sneak peak into extravagant and indigenous cultures, people and lifestyles through her blog.
Her post offers Berlin insider tips for those of you visiting Berlin, Germany for the first time! As a Berlin local, Becky has lived there full-time for over a year. She’s created a local guide with Berlin insider tips, the top things to do (must-see/dos), what food you must-try and more. She also warns that after reading the whole post you may feel the urge to visit Berlin immediately and we agree with her!
4. Jetsetting Fools – one life, one world.
Sarah and Kris became full-time globetrotters in April 2014 and they plan to continue traveling the world into the foreseeable future. For their readers, they provide travel stories, information, advice and tips on sights and walking tours, but also include off-the-beaten-path adventures, history and culture along the way.
The post we picked is a 3-day Berlin itinerary. Sarah and Kris understand how overwhelming planning a trip to Berlin can be – so they’re helping us by sharing a detailed Berlin 3-Day Itinerary. The itinerary is ideal for first-timers to Berlin who want to see as much of the city as possible – even on limited time, and it includes everything you need to plan your trip!
5. Miss Tourist
Yulia, or also known as Miss Tourist, originally from Russia has been travelling full time for the past 5 years. Her mission is to inspire you to travel more and give some valuable practical tips about each destination to help you get the most out of every destination you visit.
The blog post to mention is about the 5 best neighborhoods to stay in Berlin (and best hotel recommendations for each of them). The city of Berlin is a unique mixture of cultures and ideas and is one of few cities that has a couple of city centers to stay in. The districts and neighborhoods in Berlin can be a bit confusing, which is why Yulia gives you her recommendations on where to stay in Berlin, with great hotels for each area, all sorted by price for your convenience.
6. Big World Small Pockets
Steph describes herself as a travel addict – never one for staying at home and working for too long, she’s always had to make sure she can travel cheap to fund her nomadic lifestyle. Big World Small Pockets was created to share with all of us the highs and lows of solo female budget travel – “the sort of real, wild, global adventuring that fires up minds and sets hearts racing”.
Steph offers a guide on 10 unmissable things to do in Berlin on a budget. If you’re heading to the German capital anytime soon, but haven’t got a lot of cash to spend, you need to check out her suggestions right away.
7. Happiness and Things
Silke is actually a Berlin travel blogger and writer, book author and a translator for the travel industry. Happiness and Things today is a travel blog which focuses on the things that Silke loves most about travel. She wants to share with us all the most amazing landscapes, vibrant cities, and unforgettable moments that you can have anywhere in the world.
Her Berlin travel blog offers extensive information on everything there is to see and do in Berlin, tips if you only have 3 days in Berlin, Berlin with kids, 100 free things to do in Berlin, and even a complete Berlin survival guide. By checking out her post, you can be sure that you will know and have everything you need for your trip to Berlin this summer.
8. The Poor Traveler
The goal of The poor traveler’s writers is to build FREE travel guides, where they can share their experiences and whatever lessons they pick up along the way.
“This blog is for the poor travelers out there — the newbies, the first-timers, the lost and confused, the shy and socially awkward, and those who can’t afford to make costly mistakes.”
Their Berlin travel guide – budget itinerary has all information you need to explore Berlin fully without breaking the bank. The guide covers a wide variety of questions every traveler has from what to do in Berlin, how to get to Berlin, things to do in Berlin to how to apply for a German visa. Everything you need in one place!
9. Divergent Travelers
David and Lina Stock are a married couple from NW Wisconsin who have been traveling together since 2001. They have visited nearly 100 countries on all 7 continents! Lina works in the IT department at a prominent Midwest bank and David working as the Sales Director for a large outdoor manufacturer. Despite that, they still find time to travel the world and explore it!
They give us the ultimate 3 days Berlin travel itinerary. Apart from giving you things to do each day and make the most of it, the post also provides readers with ideas on where to stay, where to eat and a guide to Berlin travel planning. Day one starts by exploring some of the most historic sights within Mitte, the city center. Check out their full post for the rest of the itinerary.
10. A broken backpack
The Broken Backpack Travel Blog, written by Melissa Giroux, is all about long-term travel – from super cheap trips to luxury travel. Melissa is a Canadian travel blogger, who started her journey in June 2014.
Her blog post 17 Fun And Free Things To Do In Berlin offers everything you need for an unforgettable stay in this beautiful city. It includes cheap and even free tips on how to enjoy the city, free places to visit and stuff to do as well. Melissa considers Berlin one of the best cities in the world and it shows in her writing.
“I feel a sting of jealousy every time somebody mentions they’re going there—or worse, moving to this beautiful city” Read her post and check out her tips that will surely wrap up your trip to Berlin and make sure you get the best out of it.