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10 March 2014
Longtime Berlin docent Heribert von Reiche shares his love for his native city with us.
17 January 2014
Co-founder and owner Paul Bennett talks a bit about what’s in store for Context Travel in 2014.
13 December 2013
Where does Santa come from? We share the history behind St. Nicholas in Central Europe
8 December 2013
Ready for the holidays? So are we! We’ve surveyed our docents and city managers across the world to put together…
8 October 2013
Take a detailed look at the art along the longest remaining stretch of the Berlin Wall – the East Side Gallery.
22 June 2013
What makes Berlin and Beijing two capitals of contemporary art? Our docents help us find the answer.
1 April 2013
Some resources to help parents prepare their children the difficult topic of the Holocaust.
13 March 2013
Our guide to tipping across our European and Asian cities is full of surprises.
21 January 2013
Looking for something active and hands-on for your family? See our list of picks from across our cities.
1 October 2012
Alice Honor Gavin takes a look at stunning examples of architecture in her new home town.
10 September 2012
A selection of exhibitions worth traveling for!
7 August 2012
What are the best alternatives to walking when visiting a new city? We’ve selected a few of our favorites.
20 May 2012
Did you know that of the 3.4 million people who live in Berlin today, about half a million do not have German citizenship? Berlin is celebrating its cultural diversity with the annual Carnival of Cultures Festival from May 25 to May 28.
28 March 2012
Artist and Context docent Anne Patsch helps us find some hidden contemporary art gems in Berlin.
27 March 2012
Six memorable meals and snacks in six different cities.
14 March 2012
Very few prospects quicken the blood and excite the eye/mind as does a retrospective of the work of Gerhard Richter, one of the world’s most revered living artists. Just such a prospect awaits visitors to Berlin’s Neue Nationalgalerie this winter and spring, where some 140 of Richter’s paintings and five of his sculptures have been gathered as part of the phenomenal exhibition Panorama, on view until 13 May.