Although Nazi leader, Adolf Hitler, certainly remains an inescapable figure, could there be truth to the story of his escape to Argentina in 1945? That the most wanted man on earth could simply vanish, to spend the rest of his life in peaceful obscurity.
In the second installment in our Mythbusting Berlin series, we examine what is considered by many to be Berlin’s most famous fast food snack and lasting symbol of ingenuity in the face of Cold War shortages: the Currywurst.
Unlikely icon of immigrant success; fast food symbol of the working class; over-hyped midnight disco eat; or culturally appropriated cuisine? There is certainly more to a Döner Kebab than its constituent parts. But was it invented in Berlin?
We all have secrets—and sometimes those secrets require us to meet up with others in the outside world without anyone taking notice of our rendezvous. Maybe you need to hold an important business meeting that your other colleagues or professional competitors can’t know about.
Visiting any foreign city for the first time can be a confusing, and even terrifying experience. Adjusting to cultural norms and practices, whilst still being able to reserve space for the relaxed sense of enjoyment necessary to make the most of your adventure. And not stumbling into the clíche tourist traps.