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Berlin Essential Berlin Instagrammers to Follow

Looking for some #Berlin eye-candy or insider insights on the city’s latest hot spots? Check out these accounts.

The glut of travel information splashed across all forms of social media often feels like more of a curse than a blessing. With so many opinions out there, it’s important to know which ones are worth paying attention to before venturing to a new city. Luckily, the following Instagrammers are the real deal: plugged-in, switched-on, long-time residents with serious style.


One of Berlin’s longest running blogs and certainly one of the best, Stil in Berlin offers a wealth of information on everything from restaurants to local designer shops. Author Mary Scherpe is a tastemaker extraordinaire and a decade plus of blogging means she’s extremely well-connected in town. Follow her account for Kinfolk-worthy snapshots and honest opinions on everything from ice cream that could give a Roman gelateria a run for their money to boozy brunch spots.

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Good luck finding a more voracious eater in Berlin than Per Meurling, the Swedish blogger behind the ambitious Berlin Food Stories. Meurling’s platform has grown over the years from a relatively informal project to the single most indispensable source of restaurant updates and gossip in town. And while the author tends to hobnob with chefs and other members of the local culinary scene, he keeps his style more objective than most English-language resources in town and doesn’t shy away from the occasional blistering review. As a bonus, his Instagram is loaded with drool-worthy #foodporn from restaurants ranging from Michelin-starred temples to Chinese noodle shops.


The official Instagram page of KaDeWe, one of the world’s most iconic department stores in Berlin since 1907. Always up-to-date about the last fashion trends, new collections and emerging designers – for the German-based or wanderlust citizens of the word.

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Warm, funny and effortlessly witty, Luisa Weiss captivated readers more than a decade ago from a cramped New York City apartment with her food blog The Wednesday Chef. When she decided to give up a successful career in cookbook publishing to follow her heart back to her childhood home to be with her now-husband, she turned the tale into a best-selling memoir, My Berlin Kitchen. A few years later, she released a cookbook of her own: Classic German Baking. The tome is the result of hundreds of hours of delving through out-of-print German cookbooks and family recipes, followed by rigorous, obsessive testing in the kitchen. Weiss’s Instagram account would be worth following for the mighty pictures of strudel alone, but her intimate photos of Berlin add to the charm.

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Europe’s second largest department store KaDeWe has been Berlin’s buzzing centre since 1907. It’s a city within the city to have a walk, discover new trends, do some shopping or enjoy lunch... and what a lunch!
The biggest food hall You don’t want to miss the treat on the sixth and seventh floors at KaDeWe: the Feinschmeckeretage. With over 1,000 places, it’s the biggest restaurant in the city and, better yet, you’ll find the best-stocked delicatessen in Europe and the second largest in the world.