Wireless in Berlin

July 8, 2016


Hello and happy Friday! I hope you’ve had a wonderful week. Klemens and I just came back from some amazing days at his mum’s place, so calm and relaxing, but now we are back in Berlin which is a little more hectic, but I love it! We wouldn’t be able to live so far away from the city since we need things to happen and a lot of movement in the days, but still chill and cool – therefor Berlin is the perfect place for us! Today we wanted to tell you about some of our favourite places in Berlin and where we mostly hang out and of course also show and tell you about our new Skullcandy wireless headphones.

Since Berlin is so big and it takes a big amount of time everyday to get around, Klemens mostly takes the bike and I either take the U-Bahn or walk when it is summer. Those are the times that we normally enjoy our music using our headphones. Since these are bluetooth connected and #wirelessfree you never have to take up your phone or music device to change song or volume, or worst part – get stuck or strangled in the cable! I love the freedom of being able to move around the city without having to hold the phone in my hand or being connected to my bag, the headphones’ eight ours battery life and light 24 grams are perfect and comfortable to have around the neck the whole day. For home use it is also great because it is working with up to 10 meters distance from the device, so no need to take them off when leaving the computer/phone :)

So what do we do during our days in Berlin? After our shootings and work, or even in between we often hang around in Kreuzberg, it is definitely our favourite hot-spot. During summer we like to hang out close to Schlessisches Tor where there are a lot of cool coffee-places, bars, restaurants, shops, clubs, lots of artists and inspiring people. I love to sit outside having a Latte Macchiato watching people passing by or enjoy a club mate in the sun at Club der Visionaere listening to some electro beats.

Just beside Kreuzberg is Neukölln, where we hang out a lot as well – and also live. We mostly end up on Wesertstraße in the evenings for a drink – or in the summer we meet up with friends by the canal. I moved to Neukölln 3 years ago and it has been changing so much since then, more and more new places popped up, more people moved there and it just becomes trendier and trendier.

Some days we have to leave these neighbourhoods because we need to go shopping or just to get new “fresh” air, then we go to Mitte where all the good shops are and where we also have our meetings mostly. Our favourite street there is Torstraße where everything seems to be happening, the street is full of cute boutique shops, nice places for food and drinks, a lot of events and offices and just the right place to be.

These three are our most favourite places but Berlin is such a wonderful city with so many parts. It doesn’t matter what you like, you will most certainly always find a place that suits your taste. The city has so much to offer for anyone and any activity, just don’t forget your wireless headphones and you’re ready to go! ;)

Have a wonderful day! xx Mikuta

In collaboration with skullcandy / #wirelessfreeberlin

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Malene Skou Specht September 1, 2016 at 8:41 pm

Love Berlin ? Can you please tell where your chunky bracelet with the ring is from?

Ulrika July 10, 2016 at 9:49 pm

Sounds wonderful, will def be a stop there on our holiday trip. Any tips on cosy hotels to stay?
Happy summer ☀️

rebeca July 10, 2016 at 6:14 am

Hi, love your pics, I would like to know, What program you use to edit photos.

Alina July 9, 2016 at 7:02 pm

Just love your photos! Keep up the good work girl ❤️

Also, can you let us know what cam do you use to get these perfect pics?


thedaydreamings July 9, 2016 at 11:59 am Reply
Sunita July 8, 2016 at 8:07 pm

OMG I must visit all this places,I have never been in Berlin!
But I must must visit it’s!


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