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Mauerpark is a cool spot for those fond of the hustle and bustle of city flea markets!
Held every sunday, you find here all sort of stuff; vintage articles, antiques, random junk and urban handcrafts.
Attracting a diverse crowd, this flea market is not only for shopping, but also to snack and chat! You can grab some tasty food and a beer.  Exotic flavours, vegetarian food, the typical sausage, waffles & company are at your disposal.
And the best is that  in sunny days you can enjoy live music and dj sets in the park!


Para os que gostam da animação dos mercados de rua, Mauerpark é um local de visita obrigatória ao domingo em Berlim.

Ponto de encontro de diversas tribos urbanas, locais e turistas, podemos encontrar aqui um pouco de tudo; artigos vintage, antiguidades, artesanato urbano e a mais variada tralha inclassificada.
E porque o estômago também se quer satisfeito é ainda o espaço ideal para saborear uns petiscos (que variam entre o doce, salgado, vegetariano ou exótico!) e beber uma cerveja ou um sumo natural.
O melhor é que em dias de sol podemos desfrutar de música ao vivo e dj sets no parque!

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kunsthaus tacheles
This building from the beginning of the 20th century, partly ruined, is an art cluster in Berlin.
Since the 90’s, when Tacheles was taken by artists, the building became an art house squat.
Nowadays maybe more touristic, but still impressive, it definitely worths a visit! Go there, follow the beat, enjoy the walls covered with graffiti, visit the local artists and buy their creations. Art is alive!

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hostel aloha berlin
Hostel Aloha
is a friendly and cosy place. They don’t accept big groups which is a plus.
Beyond that the staff is really nice and will give you a lot of tips on what to do and visit in this huge city!
You have a living room and a small kitchen where the breakfast is served, its all included in the price. Free internet is another asset. The bathrooms and showers are quite clean as well.
The multiple rooms have enough space for you and your luggage (if you want a locker you pay 3 eu), you are not sleeping in a tight space like it happens so often in many hostels. Also the light in the room is not annoying if other person walks in during the night.
Metro and bus are just next door and in a 5 minutes walk you reach Alexander Platz. The street and surroundings are lively with lots of restaurants and bars!
The entrance of the building is a bit degraded and there’s no elevator but don’t care about that, it adds some charm to it, the hostel is a good value for the money.

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