How to enjoy Berlin from home! We've got you covered.
Berlin is known for a diverse culture and having so many events happening at the same time, that it's hard to decide what to choose. Berlin has offerings for every taste, in music, in food and in general ways to spend your freetime. As concerts, cinemas and co. are slowed down at the moment, we collected great ways to stay in touch with Berlin culture from home.
Max Herre is a German singer, who decided to still perform his concert and therefore played live and online without audience, so everyone could watch from home. Have a look and find the video on Youtube, easily enjoyed from your couch.
Igor Levit, a German pianist, also had to cancel all concerts and came up with an online solution. Every night at 7pm he starts a live video on Twitter and gives a digital piano concert.
For some classical music in the most known concert house of Berlin, enjoy the now free Digital Concert Hall. The Berliner Philharmoniker invite you to visit their virtual concert hall free of charge.
Walk through the Pergamon Museum on an online tour and enjoy exploring the museum as the only visitor.
If you are feeling artistic vibes, Nina Sophie Gekeler, is creating new coloring designs everyday on COLORME and invites you to be creative with her color-in templates.
Missing the feeling of sitting, working, reading or just chatting at a coffee shop. For the sound of a busy coffee shop there is Coffitivity and the actual coffee can be ordered at Coffee Circle Berlin.
The Berlin clubs are known for great parties, electronic dancing and long nights and days, to make a digital dancing experience possible United We Stream offers streamings of club nights for a small donation.