Treat yourself while staying in with a rejuvenating face mask from the local Berlin brand Daluma. Daluma commits to the highest quality natural ingredients across all their nutritional products and delivers contactless to your doorstep.
This cosy Italian restaurant brings the warmth of their kitchen to your home. They’ve prepared a special take-away menu that consists of fresh vegetable dishes and homemade pasta inspired by southern and northern Italian cuisine. An absolute go-to for those comfort food cravings.
TIM RAUE is Berlin’s award-winning restaurant concept with Asian-inspired soul food is available for takeaway! Pretend you’re having a nice dinner out in the comfort of your own pyjamas.
Berlin’s nightlife now lives online. From live streaming DJ sets and music performances to discussion rounds and films, this platform addresses all themes concerning the Berlin club culture. Become a sponsor starting at €10 a month and receive your virtual club ticket.
Immerse yourself in the extensive multimedia databases of Bauhaus Archive. Discover more about the history of the 20th century’s most influential school of architecture, design and art. Get creative with beautifully designed worksheets and video tutorials for everyone at home.
CO / Gallery is an exhibition center for photography and visual media. You will find the perfect mix of works by internationally renowned artists and emerging talent. Follow a photography course with them online or keep up with more art through their newspaper and on
Step into Paris Bar and travel back in time to Paris in the 1960s. Here you’ll have a non-pretentious, classic French dining experience. Everything from the escargots to ambiance—c’est manifique!
If you feel like being part of Helmet Newton’s entourage for one night, get a drink at Newton Bar.
Hidden behind a graffitied storefront on Kanstraße, you’ll find the best Japanese food and some of the tastiest cocktails in town. The contrast between the incredible food and the graffitied windows makes dining here an unforgettable experience.
Get a unique, budget-friendly tour through history. This 80-meter-tall hill was made from the rubble of Berlin’s destroyed buildings during World War II.