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DeutschAkademie
Language School Berlin

Alexanderstr. 9
D-10178 Berlin

Tel : +49 30 30839643

Opening hours

Monday to Thursday
10am - 7pm (CET)
Friday
10am - 3pm (CET)

DeutschAkademie
Berlin, am 26. marzo 2020

Although Berlin has so much to discover and explore, don’t remain stuck on only traveling inside the ‘Circle’ of Berlin, go and see Germany!

There are so many historic, scenic and picturesque towns/cities in Germany.  From the northern cities and islands of Hamburg and Rügen to the far south such as Munich in the mountainous Bavaria.  There is so much of this beautiful country to explore!

There are many options to travel inside of Germany; either via train, bus, the famous Autobahn or flight.  I have traveled to the world famous Schloss Neuschwanstein, south of Munich.  A must see if you are a fan of real-life fairytales!

Kelsie

 

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DeutschAkademie
Berlin, am 25. marzo 2020

City living can be cramped, crowed, noisy and often smelly.  At times, you often need to get back in touch with nature and with yourself, thank goodness Berlin has numerous Parks and forests for us to bath get back to Mother Earth! 

Most neighbourhoods have one or two small parks which equipped with benches, trees and children play accessories, but Berlin also offers large open spaces and walking parks where, you and your dog can escape into nature.  Some of the larger parks include: Tempelhof Feld, Schlosspark Charlottenburg, Mauerpark, and Grunewald Forest.

Kelsie

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DeutschAkademie
Berlin, am 23. marzo 2020

The music scene in Berlin is one of the best in all of Europe, even the world.  Over the year, thousands of bands/artists visit the city in hopes of spreading music to their fans.  Berlin is also known for their incredible DJ and techno scene, but Berlin also has a progressive Jazz, Indie and Rock influence.  During the summer, it is common to hear a quiet guitar in the distance as you are strolling home watching the sunrise over the TV tower.  Since Berlin’s club scene lasts well into the following morning or day, to me, it is truly the city that never sleeps!

Kelsie

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DeutschAkademie
Berlin, am 20. marzo 2020

Berlin is the largest and most international city in Germany.  It is also one of the most well-known and touristed in all of Europe.  You are sure to meet many new and interesting people, this can be especially valuable if you are an aspiring entrepreneur.  

Many ‘start-up’ companies move or stem from Berlin, there are really hundreds!  If you are looking find work or an apprentice experience starting from the ground up, I suggest you tune-into the Berlin network and get your foot in the door, before some else does!

Picture of another market, always something going on in Berlin!

Kelsie

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DeutschAkademie
Berlin, am 19. marzo 2020

If you are interested in Art, Berlin is an incredible hotspot which offers new and experienced Artists a place to network, build and create.  After the wall was torn down, which divided West and East Berlin, many artists had hopes of turning this grey and monotonous city into a free, colourful and self-expressive space.   Berlin is since known for showcasing extreme and unique artists, or ‘provocative art’, whether via statues, private showcasing or street graffiti. There are many walking tours which guide you through the city, stopping at many well-known exhibits, the most famous being being The Berlin Wall.  

If you are an aspiring artists I suggest you explore this vibrant city and come get inspired!

Kelsie

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Be a part of the best German courses in Berlin!

DeutschAkademie
Berlin, am 18. marzo 2020

Since Berlin is such a large city with many people moving here from all over the world, there are many language schools ready to help you transition into German life easier.  I have read and reviewed many language schools before deciding on the best German courses in Berlin at Deutsch Akademie, and I am sure glad I did. 

At the Deutsch Akademie there are always helpful staff, teachers and friendly students to help you on your way. They also offer free tutoring, online tutorials, morning or evening classes and even organize social events for students to meet and mingle!  I especially like some of the school’s locations, right near Alexanderplatz.  The two locations, one on Alexanderstr. 9, and the other Panoramastr. 1, make you feel that you are truly apart of this incredible city! Come and see for yourself!

Kelsie 

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The best German language school right @Alexanderplatz

DeutschAkademie
Berlin, am 17. marzo 2020

Alexanderplatz is one of the most well-known locations in Berlin.  Not only is this the location where I visit the best German language school in Berlin. There stands the famous TV Tower, St.Mary’s church (Marienkirche), many shopping stores and the famous Alexanderplatz U-bahn station.  It is always extremely busy during spring/summer months by tourists, and in the winter the famous Weihnachtsmarkt takes place throughout December and going into January.  An interesting fact: the TV tower (Fernsehturm), is the tallest building in Germany at 368 meters.   

Kelsie            

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DeutschAkademie
Berlin, am 16. marzo 2020

Berlin also has many cool and trendy neighbourhoods, which are influenced from its diverse multicultural population.  Before I moved to Berlin, I had heard Kreuzberg was one of ‘the coolest neighbourhoods in the world’.  If you have ever visited Kreuzberg, you will understand.  

Kreuzberg offers lots of independent stores, cafes and restaurants.  There is also lots of street art, parks and in the summer, many flea markets!  Berlin is very vegan friendly, and in Kreuzberg most restaurants/cafes are 100% vegan and often 100% organic.  

Other interesting neighbours are: Prenzlauer Berg, Friedrichshain, Charlottenburg, Mitte, Neukölln. 

Kelsie

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