WHERE CAN I EX­PE­RI­ENCE BER­LIN’S MUL­TI­CUL­TURAL SIDE?

Where Berlin - - BER­LIN MAN­UAL -

In the past cou­ple of years, Ber­lin­ers have jumped on the band­wagon of the street food cul­ture, and snacks from all cor­ners of the world are now ubiq­ui­tous. Ev­ery Thurs­day, ven­dors con­gre­gate at Mark­thalle

Neun mar­ket hall for the Street Food Thurs­day event, sell­ing Asian dumplings, Mex­i­can ta­cos, Ital­ian fo­cac­cia, and French crepes. For a jour­ney to the mar­kets of South­east Asia, you need only travel as far as the Thai­wiese in Wilmers­dorf’s Preußen­park (U Fehrbelliner Platz). Ev­ery Sun­day, Thai and Viet­namese families gather to cook and sell their de­li­cious food right on the grass. For a myr­iad of Mid­dle East­ern spices and fla­vors, stroll through the Turk­ish Mar­ket on May­bachufer ( Tues­days and Fri­days 11am–6:30pm), fol­lowed by a visit to the

Turk­ish Ha­mam for women (Mar­i­an­nen­str. 6, www.hamam­ber­lin.de).

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