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Bars & Clubs

Everywhere you go you can merge into the vibrant nightlife of Berlin. Lots of bars and nightclubs allow you to party until dawn. Northeast of the city centre you will find numerous clubs, bars and cafes in the Torstrasse, Auguststrasse and Oranienburger Strasse. Gays are very welcome at the Winterfeldplatz in the Schöneberg district. Rainbow flags decorate the streets. Even in the 80’s Berlin was famous for its extravagant party scene. Popstars like David Bowie became citizens and U2 gave several concerts in the city. ‘Zoo Station’ got a very bad and negative review in the bestseller “Christiane F, Zoo Station”, the book in which she describes her life in the drugs scene of Berlin.

Dining

There is no need to starve in Berlin. Whatever your appetite is, you can get it. From the typical, simple ‘curry bratwurst’ to culinary star cuisine. A diversity of cafes offer you a splendid breakfast or lunch. Choose a brunch, so later on you can enjoy the traditional ‘Kaffee und Kuchen’. After which you relax in a ‘Biergarten’, followed by a tasteful diner.

Historical

In Berlin you can see a lot of the history. Beautiful historical buildings, parts of ‘the Wall’ and illustrious names. Walking through Berlin you simply feel its history. The Brandenburger Tor, Potsdamer Platz and Kurfürstendamm are just some of the many famous names. Schloss Charlottenburg is a wonderful palace, used as a summer residence by a lot of kings and emperors. In World War II large parts of the city were destroyed but luckily a lot has been restored in full splendour.

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Berlin is a city with a rich history. After WW II this original capital of Germany got down rated as it was divided into east and west. After the breakdown of the Wall, Berlin again became the proud capital it should be, with all its history. Visit historical buildings and museums, relax at a park, go shopping or clubbing, you won’t have a dull moment!

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Time zone
No difference
Visa
Not required
Vaccinations
None required
High season
July - August
Currency
Euro (EUR)

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Berlin is well-known for:

  • Illustrious history
  • Great variety in sights
  • Shopping, dining and clubbing
  • Perfect public transportation using the U- and S-Bahn

Keep in mind:

  • Environment sticker obligatory for driving your car in the city centre
  • People in Berlin want to cut back on tourists visiting the city

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Vibrant nightlife
Bars & Clubs

Everywhere you go you can merge into the vibrant nightlife of Berlin. Lots of bars and nightclubs allow you to party until dawn. Northeast of the city centre you will find numerous clubs, bars and cafes in the Torstrasse, Auguststrasse and Oranienburger Strasse. Gays are very welcome at the Winterfeldplatz in the Schöneberg district. Rainbow flags decorate the streets. Even in the 80’s Berlin was famous for its extravagant party scene. Popstars like David Bowie became citizens and U2 gave several concerts in the city. ‘Zoo Station’ got a very bad and negative review in the bestseller “Christiane F, Zoo Station”, the book in which she describes her life in the drugs scene of Berlin.

Enjoy your dinner
Dining

There is no need to starve in Berlin. Whatever your appetite is, you can get it. From the typical, simple ‘curry bratwurst’ to culinary star cuisine. A diversity of cafes offer you a splendid breakfast or lunch. Choose a brunch, so later on you can enjoy the traditional ‘Kaffee und Kuchen’. After which you relax in a ‘Biergarten’, followed by a tasteful diner.

Brandenburger Tor
Historical

In Berlin you can see a lot of the history. Beautiful historical buildings, parts of ‘the Wall’ and illustrious names. Walking through Berlin you simply feel its history. The Brandenburger Tor, Potsdamer Platz and Kurfürstendamm are just some of the many famous names. Schloss Charlottenburg is a wonderful palace, used as a summer residence by a lot of kings and emperors. In World War II large parts of the city were destroyed but luckily a lot has been restored in full splendour.

Holocaust Memorial
Museums

At the city centre of Berlin, on museum island, are five museums. Here you can see Egyptian, Byzantine and Eastern arts, as well as paintings. They have the bust of Nefertiti and various architectural buildings from Pergamon. Experience- museum “the story of Berlin” is situated at the Kurfürstendamm. Going through the 20 different chambers you relive 800 years of Berlin’s history. Especially the rooms about World War II, the cold war and the building and fall of the Wall impress. Lots of people also visit the atom shelter, below the Kurfürstendamm. Close to the Potsdamer Platz you can find the Memorial for Jews killed in World War II, also known as the Holocaust Memorial. 2711 big, concrete blocks give you the same feeling  Jews had being trapped in concentration camps. Find your way through small paths, between the high blocks and feel the desperation.

Shopping mall in Berlin
Shopping

Wandering in Berlin, seeing all the sights probably makes you hungry and thirsty. No problem! Berlin is not only a city of history and sights. It’s a perfect place for shopping, tasteful dining and partying. Famous places in Berlin which got destroyed during World War II have been rebuild and attract a world public. The Potsdamer Platz is an amazing sight with lots of restaurants, cinemas, theatres, hotels and a shopping mall. Cosy boutiques and luxury shops go side by side with nice restaurants and cafes.

Wall of Berlin
Sights

Berlin practically is an open air museum. Not many European capitals have a history as illustrious as that of Berlin. A diversity of historical buildings and memorable boulevards go side by side with modern buildings, museums and parks. Remarkable is the oldest tree of Berlin, a 900 year old common oak. Her name, “Fat Mary”, suits her as she measures about 7 meters around. Two young boys, living in the Tegeler Castle, named the tree after their cook. Visit the tree and wander to the castle or sail across the Tegeler Lake.

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