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Tasty and so practical (Akazienstr. de)! Balancing act Well balanced? It all began last year and now it is hard to imagine life in Berlin’s parks without them: the slackliners. You just have to keep your head up and your arms out, a foot or so off the ground. You can buy all you need from Globetrotter (Schlossstr. 78–82) or Peak Outdoor (Wilhelminenstr. 88). If you don’t want to walk alone, you can find kindred spirits in the Berliner Slackliner Community (photo). Creative stronghold Potsdamer Strasse From a problem district to a creative stronghold.
CULTURE ON THE ISLAND From there, it is just a stone’s throw to Berliner Dom and the Museumsinsel – the mecca within Berlin’s museum landscape. Art-lovers will not only be fascinated by the first-rate collections on display in the Old and New Museums, the Pergamon and Bode Museums, as well as the National Gallery, but also by the meticulously restored buildings themselves. But, don’t try to do too much at once; come back a second or third time when you have a few more hours to spare. NOSTALGIC DINING AND SUNKEN LINERS In the ‘East German restaurant’ Domklause on the banks of the Spree you can end the day with dinner and sample what the political elite enjoyed tucking into in the self-styled ‘Socialist state of workers and farmers’.
French, English, Russian and American educational institutions and cultural centres still bear witness to the former presence of the four Allied occupying powers. Some Berlin children visit a French music school while others attend a college with a pronounced emphasis on Russian studies. The 400,000 trees that were planted along the streets to make life in the walled-in city more bearable when West Berlin was an ‘island’ have also remained to this day. In fact hardly any other comparable city has as many parks and green spaces as Berlin.