There are of course the sunny winter days calling you outside for being active. But we all know that there are dark and dreary days, cold and wet and just not nice - still, no need to stay at home in Berlin. The city offers countless winter activities when your long winter walk gets drowned in mucky slush outside. We've compiled a list berlin tipps which independently from the weather outside will make you feel good.

  • Foto: Eisbahn Lankwitz

    There is ice disco for children, an ice hockey field and a curling track on the family-friendly ice rink in Berlin-Lankwitz.

  • Foto:  Snowtropolis Indoor-Skihalle

    The indoor ski hall Snowtropolis in the Lausitz area ensures winter fun in Brandenburg!

  • Foto: Top10 Berlin

    In the Angiyok ice bar in Berlin-Mitte you can experience an unique ice world with ice sculptures and cool drinks from ice glasses at -10 degrees Celsius.

  • Foto: Fondette

    In the pop-up restaurant Fondette in the Rosenhöfe, guests can enjoy cheese fondue and raclette in original Swiss gondolas at wintertime.

  • Foto: Märchenhütte | Bernd Schönberger

    Until the end of February, the Märchenhütte (fairytale hut) will show fairytale classics during the winter season in the Monbijoupark in Mitte. To listen to the German fairy tales is a winter pleasure for young and old!

  • Foto: Top10 Berlin

    Especially in the dark time of the year, people crave for sweets - the Berliner Kaffeerösterei, a Berlin-based coffee roaster, makes bad weather taste a lot sweeter with its sampling sessions.

  • Foto: Dinner-Concerts in the Charlottenburg Palace

    The Great Orangery in the Charlottenburg Palace offers a concert experience of a special kind with its popular Dinner-Concerts!

  • Foto: Bröhan Museum

    The Bröhan-Museum is close to Schloss Charlottenburg and devoted to Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Functionalism.

  • Foto: Berlin Kutschfahrten

    A ride in a horse-drawn carriage with hot wine and cookies is very romantic in winter.

  • Jacob-und-Wilhelm-Grimm-Zentrum

    The Jacob-und-Wilhelm-Grimm-Zentrum on Geschwister-Scholl-Straße in Berlin Mitte is Germany's biggest public library.