Lost in Berlin edition is out now! Available on loremnotipsum.com. To present the city, we have drawn from our network of local insiders, ranging from an award winning sommelier, Billy Wagner, and renowned fashion blogger Jessica Weiss to Werner Dähn, a Hollywood actor and a creative couple, Emmy Urban and Felix Peterson. Art in a WWII bunker, fashion in a hidden warehouse, nouvelle Deutsch cuisine on the canal, biking on a historic airstrip, cocktails beneath a giant rocket… Get lost in the city of endless reinvention.
Lost In Magazine (formerly known as 38HOURS magazine) works closely with local bloggers, journalists and photographers from the featured cities. The interviews, in-depth stories and photographic showcase present the city from a locals perspective. The magazine is about the value and worth of the experience. It is about the smell, taste, feel, sound and sight that such experiences conjure up. This guide will serve to hone sensitivities and improve the level of engagement with this emerging city. Joseph Djenandji and Philipp Majcher founded 38HOURS Magazine in 2013 (which became a new name in 2016). Through prior experience building Groupon’s travel channel in Europe, a great passion for travelling and frustration with the lack of innovation in online travel companies led them to build Lost In Magazine. The city guides are curated by locals.
- True Berlin Originals: A selection of interesting Berlin locations
- Dinner for Two: We meet with creative couple Emmy Urban and Felix Petersen who present us their home district of Mitte
- Discovering Berlin-Mitte: Our selection of spots in Mitte
- Fashion Forward: Interview with Fashion Blogger Jessica Weiss, we discuss the Berlin Fashion scene
- From Hard Beats to Big Business: DJ Alexandra Droener describes the evolution of electronic music in the capital
- Land of Rave and Glory: A photo showcase by Tillman Brembs
- Western Revival: Actor Werner Dahn presents the West and why it is becoming fashionable again
- Exploring the West: Our selection of locations in the West
- Hot Melting Pot: We meet Sommelier Billy Wagner who presents us his favorite restaurants in the city
- The Good, the Bad and the Trendy: Nina Trippel chronicles the evolution of up-and-coming neighborhood Neukölln
- From Berlin with Love: A selection of Berlin souvenirs
- Where to Stay: A selection of fine hotels
Details: Lost in Berlin – The Travel Guide
68 pages, 21 x 16 cm