We’re changing the format of this feature this week to focus on several bloggers based in Berlin, rather than just the usual one website that is the habit of this column. All of the bloggers listed below blog about Berlin – at least in part.
Some focus on their lives in general in the German capital while others narrow the focus to concentrate on subjects such as food or widen them to encompass everything about living in Berlin.
Nicole is the New Black
Nicole began vlogging and blogging as a means to maintain contact with family and friends around the globe.
Writer James and photographer Zoë moved to Berlin once they realised they could take their careers anywhere they wanted.
Travels of Adam
A graphic designer from Boston via Texas, Adam Groffman’s site is dedicated to his present and future travels. Currently he is living in Berlin.
Cheryl’s blog has been around since October 2008 and concentrates on her travels but she has based herself in Berlin since June 2011 and, unless it gets too cold in the winter, intends to stick around for a while.
Slow Travel Berlin
Aims to be a repository of eclectic information about the city from a range of perspectives. Founded by Paul Sullivan, a British travel journalist, Slow Travel Berlin is frequently translated into German to aid German residents and visitors alongside international tourists.
Journalist and author Eva Schweitzer divides her times between New York and Berlin. Berlinica Blog is her effort to bring books, music and movies from Berlin to America.
A general thoughts blog that developed into a travel blog about Berlin when the editor moved to the city.
Richard Carter prods around Berlin’s more well known landmarks and peels back the layers of the city’s more obscure corners.
A Londoner’s food treasure hunt through Berlin.