Booking.com locals show you the the best places to eat in Berlin. For these locals, the best food in Berlin includes the currywurst at Konnopke’s Imbiss, delicious handmade sausages at Meisterstüc, and any cheap but delicious dishes at Joseph-Roth-Diele.
Berlin doesn’t claim to be Europe’s most beautiful capital, but it’s a city that represents Europe’s past – and its future. It’s hard to believe that barely a generation has passed since Berliners tore down the Berlin Wall, and since then, the city has resonated with diversity and open-mindedness. Walk the streets of Berlin and you will come face to face with reminders of some of the most terrible and moving periods in world history. That’s even before you enter any of the hundreds of museums, galleries, and memorial sites. Join the locals for a drink by the canal in Kreuzberg, sample organic produce at a market in Prenzlauer Berg, party all night in Neukölln, or check out the shops and cafés of elegant Charlottenburg.