Before I knew anything else about what to see in Munich I had the Eisbach on top of my list. You probably think “Why is a little stream so interesting?” Well, since I’m a huge sport enthusiast I know about the Eisbach surfers and really wanted to see them live. Just past the bridge near the Haus der Kunst, the river forms a standing wave about 1 metre high. This makes the perfect surfing wave and therefore attracts quite a few of them. However it is also a really dangerous spot and only experienced surfers should take a ride here. We headed there directly on the first day we arrived since the weather was fantastic and there would actually be some surfers around to watch. When we got there the place was packed with people who also admired the guys on their boards. I could have stayed for ages and just watch them. Now I want to learn surfing even more desperately.
When it’s summer time in Berlin, it comes down to a limited amount of places to hang out and enjoy the warm weather. The current hype is with this location called “Haubentaucher” situated near Warschauer Straße. The area is stylish and clean, has a big refreshing pool and several bars where one can enjoy soul food and drinks. It is the perfect location to sunbath and listen to cool electro music. At night or during the weekend local DJs will make you dance to cool tunes and the sun deck turns into a hip event location. Check out their events schedule here. Bathing suit – H&M Trend Wedges – UGG Australia Sunglasses – Italia Independent