What to do in Berlin in January? A top 3 of Events in Berlin!

Grüne Woche (c) Christian Schlichtherle

First of all, happy new year to all of you!!

if you are planning a trip to Berlin this January, please read on. To get some ideas on what to see and do we created a top 3.

Things to do in Berlin in January: TOP 3

1. International Green Week, January 18th till January 27th
a yearly hightlight in Berlin at the start of the new year is the international green week.
The International green week is an one of a kind exhibition for the food, agricultural and horticultural industries. It is also the point of origin for the Global Forum for Food and Agriculture.
Organic agriculture and products, renewable resources, fair trade and rural development are topics that gain more importance at the International Green Week.
Producers from all over the Globe wil come to this exhibition, not only to reinforce their brand image, but also to test market food and luxury items.

The exhibition opening hours are from 10am to 6pm. Located at the Exhibtion ground Messe Berlin, it is easy to reach by public transport. Just ask your EastSeven Hostel staff.

2. Berlin Fashion Week, January 15th till January 20th
Another great yearly event in Berlin, that attracts a lot of visitors, is the Berlin Fashion Week.
If you want to know what the new fashion trends are, you must pay a visit!

During the Berlin fashion Week Berlin becomes an international stage for fashion and lifestyle topics. This events attracts buyers, trade experts and fashion enthusiast from all over the world, they will visit shows and award ceremonies. There will be fashion trade shows and exhibition, quite exiting.

To see where it is happening check the Berlin Fashion Week website!

3. Tanztage Berlin, Berlin Dance Days! From the 4th of January till the 14th!

“TANZTAGE BERLIN is knitting away at the dance history of tomorrow and in its upcoming
festival, it presents Christine Borch and Dani Brown – examples of how the body and
physical activity can be made into rigorous concepts in choreography. Julian Weber and
Márcio Canabarro produce poetical dance pieces linked to the visual arts while Ari
Hoffmann and Antje Velsinger’s research focus is on sound, music and language. Willy
Prager finds his inspiration in current political events.
Once again, we will be looking beyond the borders of Berlin and for the fourth time, we will
present the exchange programme with Stary Browar Nowy Taniec from Poznan, in which
young choreographic talents from Poland are shown. And for the first time this year, young
Israeli choreographers are represented from HaZira’s upcoming talent programme, “New
Dance Project”. (Text: Sophiensaele.com)

 

That´s all for now! Enjoy your visit to Berlin!!

 

 

 

 

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