All posts by Susanne

About Susanne

berlinsights is a small tour operator, coach and guide through Berlin, with berlinsights director Susanne sharing new features and ideas. She acts in her capacity as a true-born Berliner, adoring Berlin's people, lakes, forests, business ventures, ideas and all work-in-progress. Together with her creative team of guides and friends, colleagues and clients, Susanne never gets bored, and loves to be in town when not traveling abroad on international consultancies or local (ad)ventures.

Berlin’s Köfte Burger May 2018

Berlin’s May is in full swing, with tourists from all over the world, discussing politics and media, women and (very male) burger-beer. Feelings are somewhat restless in AfD times that we may even sound at job centers or the “Agentur für Arbeit”: rejection is felt among Syrian new-Berliners facing objection to their many splendid business ideas, not always well-planned or prepared, but all the more welcome to true born Berliners like #berlinsights :-)

April in Berlin in full Swing

Berlin streets call for major visits to films, locations and parks all around, the city invites citizens2be from wherever they arrive, welcome to all :-) with “ACHTUNG BERLIN” presenting ‘Zwei im Falschen Film’ as a screening of reality-couple between serenity and detachment, see more on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieciQHgrlxA …

Doha’s False Venice

Doha_False_Venice Lebanese anthropologist Rawane Nasif has created a beautiful scenery with her 12′ film (2016, 12 min. Arabic) at the Berlinale 2017. The film, entitled Sokun Al Sulhufat “Turtles are Always Home” reflects the “false Venice” of real estate reality, shown at the Berlinale (my personal highlight)!