By Emilie Drew
There’s no doubt that there are hundreds of hidden gems in Berlin, around every corner, in every seemingly abandoned building and on virtually every rooftop. With such a tormented past, followed by the reunification between East and West, Berlin is a unique city with a rich cultural heritage and an unusual history. The fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 led to many buildings being taken over and alternative venues springing up. And although the city is changing at a quick speed, it has many hidden gems that offer an authentic view of the city for visitors who want to enjoy their trips as the locals do. Here are 5 secret spots in Berlin loved by the locals, so you can discover the best neighbourhoods!