27 Sep 2019

Whether you come to party, see the remains of the Berlin wall or have a stroll through one of the parks, wir lieben Berlin. Find out where to take you and your EV to the best and most sustainable locations.

Berlin has always been (and still is) home to a variety of artists like David Bowie, Ai Wei Wei and Prince. The city is free and liberal. Sue Denim once said: "You can walk down the street dressed as a leopard or mermaid and not get stared at - I've done both." But not only is the city a home of artists. It’s also one of the top international locations for science in Europe. With disciplines in city planning and vehicle and energy engineering it’s a great home and incubator for electro-mobility. Let’s find out what’s the sustainable thing to do in Berlin. 

 


Eating


Mr Kopps

What better way to start a day than with brunch. Making veggies sexy again, Mr Kopps invites you to come and enjoy it’s sustainable and vegan cooking. Starting from brunch till late evening dining you can eat freely with the knowledge that no animals were harmed. While you re-energize yourself, you can do the same with your EV nearby.

Allego Charger - Borsigstr. 1 – 450m

 


Drinking


Isla Coffee

At Isla coffee, you sure will be served with the best coffee. But not just that. They try to apply the principles of circular thinking and the sustainable way of working. They avoid packaging where possible and use seasonal, regional and organic ingredients. So, smell the coffee and have yourself a good time at Isla Coffee.

Allego charger – several within 600m


BRLO - Sustainable beer garden

Ever went to a beer place where the venue can be disassembled and reconstructed? Try BRLO where products and venue are made sustainable.
Several chargers in the vicinity. For the one at the Grimm’s Hotel at Flottwellstraße 45, you’re kindly requested to let reception know of your charging progress before you leave.


Cocktail bar – Velvet bar (don’t drink and drive)
A bar in Berlin-Neukölln processing into drinks what surrounding nature provides at the time of the year. The menu changes weekly, so you’ll never have to be afraid to be bored with the same old. Ganghoferstraße 1, 12043 Berlin, Duitsland.

There’s chargers all around, a fast charger at Donaustraße 89 and a normal charger at Werbellinstraße 8.

 

Entertainment

Urban Nation - Museum for contemporary art

At Bülowstraße 7 you will find a street art/urban art museum. Museum for urban contemporary art - an international institution for art, creative projects and social exchange. 

Closest charger: Frobenstraße 22, Berlin.

Volkspark Friedrichshain

Volkspark Friedrichshain is the oldest park in Berlin, officially opened in 1848 as a former vineyard. Here you can find the Fountain of Fairytales. Are you able to make out all the Grimm’s characters? If you’re more into sports than fairytales go towards the parks free sports complex with a place for beach volley, skateboarding and bouldering. There is an Allego charging station close to the Friedenstrasse entrance.

Allego charger Büschingstraße 1, 10249 Berlin, Germany

 

Sleeping


Scandic Hotel Potsdamer Platz

A Green Globe Certified hotel in the middle of Berlin right by the Potsdamer Platz. The hotel is sustainable and has a modern Scandinavian look.

Closest Charger - The hotel has its own chargers, check if you are parked elsewhere when fully charged.

Landgut Stober

Germany’s most sustainable conference hotel is a short train ride from Berlin. Not your place for visiting Berlin, but if you have a bit of time and would like to explore the capital’s surroundings in a very quiet setting, this is it.

Closest Charger - The hotel has its own chargers, check if you’re parked elsewhere when fully charged.

Great sleep, good food and awesome company are ideal conditions for a road trip. Whether it’s for business or leisure: at Allego we make EV driving primarily as relaxed and fun as possible.

 

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