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Berlin is the largest German city, with an island between two branches of the river Spree. It is a large, open, multicultural city with a rich, albeit painful, history and culture. Its vibrant pulse, superb architecture, fine cuisine and all things fun attract visitors looking for an urban and fun-filled getaway. Berlin is the centre of a relaxed lifestyle, which is reflected in its lively nightlife.

Weather averages in October

  • Day 14°C
  • Night 6°C
  • Rain 7

Berlin is the largest German city, with an island between two branches of the river Spree. It is a large, open, multicultural city with a rich, albeit painful, history and culture. Its vibrant pulse, superb architecture, fine cuisine and all things fun attract visitors looking for an urban and fun-filled getaway. Berlin is the centre of a relaxed lifestyle, which is reflected in its lively nightlife.

Weather averages in October

  • Day 14°C
  • Night 6°C
  • Rain 7

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Lively multicultural capital

Your first visit to Berlin might cause a bit of a culture shock - the city is extremely free-minded and almost everything goes. Berlin is a capital city that never sleeps, as Berliners love to have fun. The wide variety of parties available here is adapted to all tastes, budgets and ages. Ranging from small basement clubs to industrial techno temples, from beer gardens to luxurious cocktail cafes, Berlin offers endless entertainment options every day of the week, almost 24 hours a day.

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 Berlin impresses with its mix of history and Zeitgeist, topped off with a seemingly endless selection of arts, culture, music, entertainment and shopping opportunities. Having seen more than its share of history in the 20th century alone, Berlin’s story was written by the revolution, the Nazis and the wall that once divided it. Stroll along the remains of the famous Berlin Wall, admire the luxury of a Prussian palace, visit Checkpoint Charlie, or enter the room where the Holocaust was planned.

Berlin impresses with its mix of history and Zeitgeist, topped off with a seemingly endless selection of arts, culture, music, entertainment and shopping opportunities.

 The fast-paced metropolitan life and relaxing natural places are never far apart here. The Tiergarten, Tempelhofer Freiheit, Görlitzer Park or Grunewald - each district has its own green lungs, improving the quality of living and allowing visitors a short break. The diversity, contrasts and inexhaustible possibilities of this capital arouse the enthusiasm of visitors from all over the world time and time again. The special charm of the metropolis along the River Spree is also created by its diverse global cuisine, the attractive street art scene, and, above all, the extremely open spirit of the city.

Sights in Berlin

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Charlottenburg Castle

The largest palace in Berlin.

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Brandenburg Gate

A historical landmark, once a symbol of a divided nation and now a symbol of unity and peace.

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Berlin Wall Memorial

Remains of the 150 km long Berlin wall, which devided Berlin to East and West.

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Reichstag

Parliament building with a glass dome offering beautiful views of the city and the parliament’s interior.

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East Side Gallery

The last part (about 1 km long) of the Berlin Wall with original graffiti.

Airports

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Berlin Brandenburg

Berlin Brandenburg Airport is a large and new airport in the German federal state of Brandenburg, not far from the capital Berlin. The airport is located 27 kilometres from the city centre. The ride to central Berlin takes 45 minutes.

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