Berlin gives tiny mobile pavilions to districts to strengthen local tourism strategies
They will serve as galleries, workshops information centres and conflict resolution spots
Today, local authorities in Berlin announced they will hand over the keys of three tiny house-type pavilions to three of the city’s districts. The mobile pavilions were constructed by visitBerlin, the municipal tourist organisation, as an instrument to boost the local tourist industry through a targeted approach.
One of the houses will function as a tourist information centre in Steglitz-Zehlendorf, a cultural exhibitions pavilion Lichtenberg and as part of the Nachtbürgermeister (Night Mayor) project in Tempelhof-Schöneberg.