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Miss it Miss out 28/11

 It’s almost the weekend. You know what that means…

 Weekly hostel and city events guide

Friday

Happy in Berlin is the opening of Generator Berlin Mitte’s latest collaberation with Urban Art Clash. The opening party will include incredible live painting and original pieces by artists from across the globe, as well as Berlin itself. DJs will be playing from 9.30pm. Sample their sound till late in the bar this Friday night. If you’re over in Venice, our Generator cicchetti tour is nothing but delicious. Tasty morsels and a million different flavors. This is how every meal should be. Bruschetta, deep fried squid, Italian hams and aperol spritzers to quench your thirst. Amble through the beautiful backstreets of Venice, avoiding all the tourist traps and hitting up all the places where the locals go. Finish up at Generator Venice to work off the food late into the night.

Saturday

Jimmy Carr is hilarious in an kind of inappropriate and excruciatingly awkward way. He’ll be showing at the Olympia in Dublin for just three days so catch him while you can. Nothing better than an evening full of laughs for a Saturday night. Next up we’ve got a live tattoo artist over at Generator Copenhagen. Tattoo Fashion will be coming into Generator Copenhagen for one day only. If you haven’t booked, just wander in and we’ll manage to fit you in somewhere. For those of you who love to be organised, bookings can be made from midday. It’s open to guests and to the public. Come and get inked, we dare you.

Sunday

The Hamburg Christmas parade is here! Santa, reindeer and angels everywhere. They parade three times throughout the day, which must be tedious for them, but it suits us nicely. If your not a fan of cheesey santas and Christmas being thrown in your face, go for the more subtle Christmas fair in Barcelona. It’s set out around a beautiful cathedral and perfect for a Sunday afternoon soaked in winter sunshine.

The weekdays…

Hamburg turns into a little bit of a tinsel town a little bit over Christmas. Essentially, you could visit a different Christmas market every other day in December, and still have more  to see. You have to be selective, or we have to be, and then pass on the tips to you. Jungfernstieg might be hard to pronounce but it has stunning views of the Alster lake and is far less touristy than the others. If your only going to see one, make it this one, you won’t regret it. Moving over to London and remember you don’t have to be Jewish to join in the Hanukkah fun. Trafalgar square has a giant menorah which they light for each day of the festival. Nice.

 

That will be all.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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