Brush up on your graffiti at Urban Nation
Love it or hate it, much like currywurst and street drinking there’s no escaping graffiti in Berlin. There’s no cultural divide either – you’ll see the same tags, artworks and middle-finger-to-the-world slogans daubed on the socialist blocks of the hipster Friedrichshain borough or the family-friendly playgrounds of Prenzlauer Berg.
Makes sense then that it’s home to the world’s first museum entirely dedicated to graffiti and street art. Celebrating (and controversially for some, legitimising) the work of everyone from Blek le Rat to Ron English (and no doubt the odd bit of Banksy), Urban Nation in Schöneberg is open Sunday to Tuesday and it won’t cost you a single cent.