For a while now, I’ve been wishing for much more time to work on personal projects. One of them was a guide about my city: Berlin.

In the beginning of this year, I finally made the step towards more independence and freedom. I quit my job and started cruising the city with my camera. I’m so happy and proud to launch today NotQuiteBerlin.

It’s a personal city guide where I share my favorite places, tips and ideas. You can find plenty of addresses where to get the best cakes and coffee, the coolest outfits and the most delicious dinner.

The rules of my guides are simple: the places have to have great service and a good atmosphere.
I love to support nice people with cool ideas.

Enjoy Berlin!

 

0 Responses to my BERLIN city guide

  1. Audrey says:

    I like your approach and how you accomplish this project, well done! I already love the pics from Berlin, but with this guide it ad definitely something personal to it. Oh..and thanks for the flea market tips, i’m a “flea person”. The Charlottenburg area sounds lovely too!! I know the service in Germany is good, very polite, and much better than in Holland.

    • b. says:

      Thank you Audrey! There will be so much more new places on the guide. Hope you can check it out when you’ll pay Berlin a visit! 😉
      Groetjes!

  2. Stina says:

    Babette! Such a lovely guide! Can’t wait to explore your fantastic city. The plan is to visit little miss Hanna this fall, the three of us should definitely have a drink in a snassy Berlin bar one night.

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