Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Berlin

Tiergarten Park
Marina Lanke Berlin
With its waterways and rivers Berlin is the ideal city for taking out a boat and reclining blissfully on the deck of a chartered yacht... hopefully glass of wine in hand.
Badeschiff
Berlin's swimming pools are a great example of Berlin's uniqueness - where else would you find a heated pool suspended in a river (that serves cocktails) regular nude bathing evenings and kilometres of sandy beach? 50 laps has never been as much fun.
Olympiastadion
Germany is known as the home of good football so it's hardly surprising that its capital is home to a good stadium. Cheer on the boys like a local.
Liquidrom
A completely unique experience is to be had at the Liquidrom spa where underwater speakers add an utterly new dimension into soaking in water.
Sommerbad Kreuzberg
The Princes' Pool out doors with multiple pools and even a nudist area for those who want to hang loose in the summer sun. Expect it to get busy on hot days.
Berlinagenten Lifestyle Tours
Bespoke lifestyle tours that get under the skin of Berlin and discover the city's local hotspots.
Kanu Connection
Canoeing can be a competitive sport indeed, which is why Berliners love nothing more than taking to the waterways that run through their city and paddling like there's no tomorrow.
EuroSpeedway Lausitz
A mere 130km south-east of Berlin lies the petrolhead-heaven of the Eurospeedway Lausitz; check ahead for the racing schedule or test the limits of your own car on track days.
Stadtbad Charlottenburg
With two halls to choose from this swimming centre can either be a sedate paddle through history or a more serious thrash to good health.
Beach Mitte
They might not look like beach bunnies but Berliners take beach volleyball very very seriously. Some 3000 tons of sand are deposited annually making the city a serious contender in the seaside sport.
City Beach Berlin
It might seem an unlikely location but Berlin is a premier spot for beach volleyball. The German Open is one of the biggest on the circuit and Berlin played host to the World Championships in 2005.
Stadtbad Mitte
The architecture of this unusual building alone is enough to draw the crowds. A renovated 1928 Bauhaus structure, the 50-metre pool can be found within a glass cube.

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