Hey guyss,!! The black & white top I’ve paired with a bright green colored pants to make my outfit pop. Although, the sun was shining it still was chili outside so I had to layer some pieces. The pots were shot at the beautiful Palace Charlottenburg in Berlin. Those photos are one of the last ones you’re going to see of our trip.
Hey you, here are some more pictures of our trip to Berlin. Although Berlin had a really tragic and unbelievable history, it is still this big city with constant change and restlessness. Berlin is for sure the most presentable city when it comes to topics like fashion and lifestyle. So many cultures manage to live a more or less peaceful life together. Having so many different cultures around, brings also lots of benefits with it f.e. the food. You basically can eat anything you want at any time of the day! It is known for the open-minded and friendly people, for the never-ending parties and its second-hand shops/markets. We, for sure, want to visit this amazing city again to explore it even more. If you haven’t been there yet, you should definitely!
Last week we spent some days in Germany’s most fashionable city, Berlin. We spontaneously decided to have a fun family trip, although unfortunately not all of us could come. We were a group of six people stucked in just one room at a hostel in Berlin Mitte, intended. It was so much fun and laughter all the time. After this short trip we decided that we should do another one asap! Because we had not that much time in Berlin to properly see and walk through the city, we booked a free city tour. Our older sister arranged it for us, because not a while ago she had one in a different city. It was led by this young and funny guy, Michael who showed us all the important monuments and places that wrote the history of Berlin or Germany. He gave us lots of tips were to go and what else to see. Although the tour lastet “only” 2 1/2 hours it was packed with lots of informations and history, basically a short summary of the cites history. First stop of this tour was the Brandenburger Tor, followed by the Holocaust memorial, Hitler’s secret bunker and the Berliner Wall ect.. Here some of the many photos we took there! 🙂