Getting around the city
Berlin has a public transport, running day and night. During the week, only buses operate at night. If you don’t buy a ticket, be careful. Ticket controllers can enter the trains – they don’t necessarily wear a uniform.
If you are rolling under 72mm, we recommend using a bicycle to get around town. Best bike rental in town (used to be 4 € a day)
If you want to be flexible with your vehicles like a true cosmopolitan, we can also recommend the app „Jelbi“ which includes the public transport ticket, but also many kinds of shared mobility services – cars, bikes or e-scooters.
For skateparks, there is a brochure with almost all the parks, curated by our beloved Skateboard Verein.
One special mention: If you have a bit more time in Berlin, check out the newly built Spade Bowl in Potsdam. It is a massive DIY bowl with an exquisite pool coping. You will find it here. (why not visit a lake after?)
Refreshments & Intoxication
Berlin is full of bars and Spätis (little corner shops) open all day and night, mostly. It is legal to drink alcohol in the street Smoking w*d is illegal, but tolerated in many places, like public parks. Follow your instinct.
No secret tips, unfortunately. Airbnb prices have skyrocketed and hostels are hostels.
Questions? Need help?
Don’t hesitate to contact us – on Insta or jonas(at)abrissberlin.eu