Johanna's Berlin is relaxed, permissive, curious, difficult, light-hearted and everything in between. She insists that the dichotomy of East and West isn't how the city should be seen, but that there are multiple cities all in one. Each district has its own feel and style and form part of this city, which in many ways, will always be indelibly marked by its history.
Sarah has visited over thirty of the world's major cities, recording her experiences in journals, photographs and tall stories recounted to friends over too much wine. A writer by trade, she has scribed television drama for the BBC, short films, plays and travel articles. Sarah has been a regular visitor to Berlin for most of her life, enthralled by the city's friendliness and diversity. Berlin is constantly evolving, and every trip reveals something exciting and new.
Originally from leafy Hampshire, Nicky has been living and working in Berlin for the past 5 years. A certified music nut, she whiles away her time doing yoga, riding her bike and earning a vollkorn crust at a record label.
Berlin has attitude. It's edginess can't be packaged and marketed, and just when something begins to feel too commercial or inauthentic the people tear it down; which is what Guide Editor Tyler Wetherall finds most alluring about this city. Berlin is constantly evolving, and when in the city, Tyler is constantly looking for the front of that wave of change, whether it's the latest wreck club, a secret dining spot or just a local market that has popped up out of nowhere.