Lifestyle, history and culture, no city is as versatile as Berlin. Why not extend your stay and spend the weekend exploring Berlin’s flair and going on an idyllic boat trip on the river Spree?
With around 3.5 million inhabitants, Berlin is one of Europe’s highest populated cities. Even so, this city offers plenty of recreational areas such as parks, lakes and rivers. Berlin is a vibrant and ever-changing place with an abundance of places to see and things to do. It is home to numerous famous buildings and monuments and places of interest. There is of course the Brandenburger Tor, the Siegessäule, the Reichstag, the boulevard Unter den Linden, the Alexanderplatz with its TV tower (the tallest building in Germany), the house on Checkpoint Charlie which houses a museum documenting Germany’s separation before 1989, the cathedral of Berlin – just to name a few. Once on the boulevard, you can see the State Opera of Berlin as well as the Humboldt University. Since Germany’s reunification, due to its constant change, its remarkable architecture, its many festivals and its colorful nightlife, Berlin has quickly advanced to one of the most popular destinations. So you see, Berlin has something to offer for everyone and is a must-see city when visiting Germany.
Contact Tourism Office
Berlin Tourismus & Kongress GmbH
Am Karlsbad 11