SamadhiI love to travel, to doing art and to practice yoga. Now, I made my favorites to my profession. I’m traveling a lot while practicing yoga and doing arts. I‘m offering workshops in yoga and meditation and still learning a lot when Í’m taking part in other workshops. I‘m also doing a lot of arts: making sculptures, painting, sketching, also doing wall-paintings (in hostels and retreats). While traveling It feels like I‘m getting in my whole power and self-awareness. So I try to mix my loves and wishes.
LuisaHey! I‘m Luisa and I‘m 23 years and I‘m living in Berlin. I‘m nearly done with my studies :) I‘m interested in politics, feminism and society. I enjoy good coffee, sauna, cycling through a city, dancing (to techno or something else) as well as good discussions. I‘m open minded and looking forward to meet you :)
SvenjaHello I'm Svenja and currently living for 5 months in Oslo. I would love to see much more of this beautiful country. Originally I'm from Berlin. :)
Can host for 1 dayHey! I‘m Luisa and I‘m 23 years and I‘m living in Berlin. I‘m nearly done with my studies :) I‘m interested in politics, feminism and society. I enjoy good coffee, sauna, cycling through a city, dancing (to techno or something else) as well as good discussions. I‘m open minded and looking forward to meet you :)
Can host for 3 daysHey, I am Maxi, 30, and I love playing drums and akkordeon, nature, backpacking, gardening, singing and dancing. I would love to get in touch with local people instead of just traveling lonely from spot to spot. My apartment lays in the middle of the woods, offers a big terrace to chillout and is still close to the city center.
Can host for 3 daysPeruvian girl living in Berlin, Germany 🔗 I also lived in the US and Argentina. Mostly solo traveler (as it is the best way to make new friends!) looking for people to meet and/or hosts :) I can help you with anything you need, host you wherever I am, or give you travel tips and recommendations as I worked as tour guide :) I’m into art, food, photography, vintage, ux, music (from techno/alternative rock/ salsa/ rap/ etc) Looking forward to connect with you! Ig @cheqlla_ 🍄 Please contact me by ig for a couch, tips or anything you might want to know. As the app doesn’t work so well 💀 Ps: I don’t have a couch but a decent tiny mattress where you can sleep. Btw, I need to improve my cooking skills so would be nice if you teach me sth, specially from your country 💓
AdiHey, My name is Adi and I'm interested in art, architecture, animals, backpacking, books, cinema, culture, dancing, food & cuisine, games, history, nature, photography, solo travel, sightseeing, swimming and hiking
OnikaHello, I'm Onika and I'm interested in nightlife, sightseeing, solo travel, food & cuisine, hiking, events & social, books, architecture, culture and health
SerahHello, My name is Serah and I'm interested in skateboarding, baking cookies, spirituality, the brain, thrifting, r&b and hiphop. I want to learn Spanish better and I study the BSc Psychobiology at the UvA.
based on 18 experiences
Best place for techno! Great underground music and art scene, historic architecture, crazy and fun people, diverse cultures. Really opened my eyes to a new world full of expression and freedom. Highly recommend!Posted: June 2, 2023
Berlin was an amazing city to visit if you are a big history nerd or want to experience a multitude of cultures and people. The food was pretty standard for a European city, the people were friendly and quick to help if you were stuck with any german translationsPosted: May 26, 2023
Berlin is very safe. I traveled solo, walked around late at night, and went everywhere, with no problems at all.Posted: May 22, 2023
Berlin is a great city to explore! There is always something to do, even at night. Have a look at Eventbrite to find something fun to do every evening! You are always able to go anywhere in the city, trains, buses etc operate day and night.Posted: May 20, 2023Experienced: April, 2023
I’ve been to Berlin a few times and always felt safe including walking at night. A lovely walkable city. So much to see and do.Posted: April 30, 2023
When I went last year I got catcalled a lot, and stared at a lot, even in big groups with guys, and in both tourist and non-tourist areas. It felt safe generally as there were lots of people around. Still had a really good time.Posted: April 11, 2023
I found Berlin one of the most pleasant places I’ve ever been - excellent transport that is open late and very respectful people. One of my favorite places to travel. Lots of areas seem really dark and scary at night but overall an amazing vibe.Posted: April 10, 2023
I found the hop-on/hop-off bus to be an excellent way to explore the city, and I particularly enjoyed the boat ride near the main train station. I also had a fantastic time wandering around Charlottenburg Palace. The Museum Island is packed with fascinating museums, and while it's possible to get a day pass to all of them, I wouldn't recommend trying to visit them all as it can be overwhelming.Posted: February 24, 2023
I stayed a week in Berlin, could have easily stayed longer. There is so much to do there. I love history. Brandenburg Gate was a must see for me. Loved the DDR museum, Berlin Catherdral, Television tower has great views of the city (as does the Reichstag and Berlin cathedral) Museum Island was worth a visit, even if you don’t go inside the museums it’s is a beautiful area to walk around.Posted: November 27, 2022
Berlin is chock full of history. I did three nights there and wish I had more. Highlights were obvious things like Brandenburg Gate, holocaust memorial, topography of terror, west side gallery, Berlin wall memorial. The cold war museum was fabulous. I took a trip out to Potsdam which was beautiful and stopped at Wansee on the way back at the haus der Wannsee konferenz which is fascinating for WWII history. Then there's strolling through Kreuzberg, the amazing food. Its a very vibrant city.Posted: November 26, 2022
Yes, Berlin is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, as with any city, it is important to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings. Be sure to avoid dark and isolated areas, especially at night, and keep your valuables close to you.
Yes, Berlin is a great destination for solo travelers. The city is very safe and welcoming, and there are plenty of activities and attractions to explore. Berlin is also known for its vibrant nightlife, so there are plenty of opportunities to meet other travelers and locals.
Berlin can be expensive for solo travellers, depending on the type of accommodation and activities you choose. Accommodation in the city centre can be quite expensive, but there are plenty of budget-friendly options available in the suburbs. Eating out can also be expensive, but there are plenty of affordable restaurants and street food options. Sightseeing and attractions can also be expensive, but there are plenty of free activities and attractions to enjoy.
Visit the Berlin Wall Memorial
Take a self-guided tour of the Berlin Wall Memorial, which includes the last remaining stretch of the Berlin Wall and a visitor center with interactive exhibits.
Explore Museum Island
Spend a day exploring the five world-class museums on Museum Island, including the Pergamon Museum, the Altes Museum, and the Neues Museum.
Take a walking tour
Take a walking tour of Berlin to learn about the city’s history and culture.
Visit the Brandenburg Gate
Take a stroll through the iconic Brandenburg Gate, a symbol of German reunification.
Check out the East Side Gallery
Visit the East Side Gallery, a 1.3-kilometer-long section of the Berlin Wall covered in graffiti art.
Shop at the Kurfürstendamm
Spend an afternoon shopping at the Kurfürstendamm, one of Berlin’s most popular shopping streets.
Visit the Berlin Cathedral
Take a tour of the Berlin Cathedral, a stunning example of 19th-century architecture.
Take a boat tour
Take a boat tour of the city’s canals and rivers to get a different perspective of Berlin.
Visit the Berlin Zoo
Spend a day at the Berlin Zoo, one of the oldest and most popular zoos in Europe.
Enjoy a beer at a beer garden
Relax with a beer at one of Berlin’s many beer gardens.
Yes, Berlin is generally considered safe to travel alone. However, as with any city, it is important to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings. Be sure to keep your valuables secure, avoid walking alone at night, and be aware of pickpockets in crowded areas.
Berlin is generally safe at night, but as with any large city, it is important to be aware of your surroundings and take precautions. Avoid walking alone in unfamiliar areas, especially after dark, and be aware of pickpockets in crowded areas.