20 Mar 2013

Social Travel Adventures in Berlin

Social in Berlin with The Social Traveler

Berlin, the city on the border of West and Eastern Europe works as a magnet to creative, open minded & social people from around the world. Life is very affordable in this huge city and people are flocking together to live and experience this extraordinary place. Something amazing is cooking here.

I was there for the ITB travel conference and I just fell in love with the city and it's people. So I decided to go and live there for some time. I arrived on the 2nd of April.

As usual the key is to be social and I hope to experience many social travel adventures with Friends and Followers living or traveling in Berlin.

During my stay I work as a freelance social media consultant, I'll be writing and editing stories, pictures and videos from my past Tandem Challenge and I'll be looking for partners to be part of my Guitar Challenge on the West Coast of North America.



Stories | Pictures | Videos | Places | Events | Friends

Week 1



Follow things as they happen on Twitter, Instagram and or tumblr via hashtag #tstBerlin

Be part of the adventure

Show me your favorite and must visit places in Berlin.

Meet up with me for a coffee or a beer.
Connect on one of the social networks I use and get in touch.


Join a 'Social in Berlin Meetup'.

Claim this city

You can claim and 'own' this city.

This way you support my project and you're part of a unique social travel adventure around the world.
You'll be integrated in all online communication related to my adventures in Berlin.
Reaching 25.000 people from around the world on a monthly basis.
20% goes to the charity supported in this city.

Get in touch

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  1. I would love to join you on this journey when you are in latin america. It's a dream of mine to van ride down that way

    I can help you find a VW van. I have one.
    I am planning to buy another one for a good price soon, but I'm in Colorado.

    Also I suggest getting one with a Diesel engine so you can use Veggie Oil from restaurants here in the US... that way the fuel is cheaper.

    Mine is a 1985 VW Vanagon Camper Westfalia.
    They made diesel ones from 82-83
    Some people convert them to a TDI engine which is much more powerful and efficient.

    Perhaps you could use mine. It's dented all to hell but I rebuilt the engine put in a new clutch, fuel system is new etc... a lot of new parts.

    1. Scott!

      That's awesome news. I'm using for a Van at the moment.
      We could fix it up and give it a nice paint job.

      Check out everyhting about the guitar challenge here:

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