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Berlin


The capital of Germany, Berlin is known for its friendly residents and its cultural dynamism. The city currently has more than 150 museums, including the Neues Museum, made of recycled bricks, which houses a world-renowned collection of Egyptian antiquities. A symbol of Berlin, the Brandenburg Gate is a must-see on a family trip to Germany.

Things to do and see - Berlin

Marvel at an iconic gate, a symbol of German unity
Brandenburg Gate
 
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Visit a parliament and enjoy views from its glass dome
Reichstag Building
 
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Pay your respects at the memorial site
Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
 
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Explore remnants of the Berlin Wall covered in colorful murals
East Side Gallery
 
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Admire an impressive Baroque-style church
Berlin Cathedral
 
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See five world-class museums on one island
Museum Island
 
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Learn about the poignant history of a once divided town
Berlin Wall Memorial
 
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Relax at one of the largest urban gardens of Germany
Tiergarten
 
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Ascend to new heights at an iconic tower with observation deck
Berliner Fernsehturm
 
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Delve into the dark history of Germany
Topography of Terror
 
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Walk at a sprawling green space with Soviet war memorials
Treptower Park
 
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Enjoy by a lake and see the House of the Wannsee Conference
Wannsee
 
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25 km
30 min
Discover a vibrant and multicultural neighborhood
Kreuzberg
 
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Prepare for some bargaining at the Sunday flea market
Mauerpark
 
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Walk at a former airport transformed into a vast urban park
Tempelhofer Feld
 
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Hike to an abandoned Cold War listening station on a hill
Teufelsberg
 
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Find yourself at a bustling historic square with urban life
Potsdamer Platz
 
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Explore a historic, well-preserved Renaissance fortress
Spandau Citadel
 
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30 min
Pay a visit to a symbol of the city's resilience and remembrance
Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church
 
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Go back in time by visiting UNESCO-listed palaces and gardens
Potsdam
 
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35 km
35 min

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Events - Berlin

February
Berlinale
The Berlin International Film Festival, also known as Berlinale, is one of the world's leading film festivals. It showcases a wide range of international films, including feature films, documentaries, and short films, attracting filmmakers, industry professionals, and film enthusiasts from around the globe.
Berlin, Germany

Berlin International Film Festival
The Berlin International Film Festival is one of the world's largest film festivals, hosted annually in Berlin.
Berlin, Germany

European Film Market
The European Film Market runs in conjunction with the Berlinale, attracting professionals from the film and media industry.
Berlin, Germany

Berlinale Co-Production Market
The Berlinale Co-Production Market provides a networking platform for international film industry professionals involved in co-productions.
Berlin, Germany

Berlinale Talents
Berlinale Talents is a program dedicated to exploring the art and craft of filmmaking.
Berlin, Germany


March
Country To Country Berlin
Country To Country Berlin is a global gathering of country music artists.
Berlin, Germany

Punk & Disorderly
Punk & Disorderly is a music festival celebrating the punk genre.
Berlin, Germany


April
Baumblütenfest
The Baumblütenfest, or Tree Blossom Festival, is a traditional spring festival held in the town of Werder (Havel). It celebrates the blooming fruit trees with parades, live music, food stalls, and various activities, including wine tastings and boat rides along the Havel River.
Berlin, Germany


May
Desertfest Berlin
Desertfest is a series of annual festivals that takes place across Europe showcasing the very best of the stoner rock scene.
Berlin, Germany

Carnival of Cultures
The Karneval der Kulturen, or Carnival of Cultures, is a vibrant multicultural festival celebrating diversity in Berlin. It features colorful parades, live music, dance performances, art exhibitions, and a variety of culinary delights from different cultures, creating a lively and inclusive atmosphere.
Berlin, Germany


June
MELT Festival
Melt! Festival is one of the biggest open-air electronic music festivals in Germany. The festival takes place at the Ferropolis open-air museum, near Gräfenhainichen. It has been held since 1997.
Berlin, Germany


July
Classic Open Air Festival
The Classic Open Air Festival is a series of open-air concerts held at the historic Gendarmenmarkt square in Berlin. It features performances by renowned classical musicians and orchestras, enchanting the audience with beautiful melodies against the backdrop of stunning architecture.
Berlin, Germany


August
Potsdam Palace Night
Potsdam Palace Night is an enchanting event where the palaces and gardens of Potsdam, including Sanssouci Palace, are illuminated and open to the public until late at night. Visitors can explore the stunning architecture, enjoy live music performances, and witness captivating light shows in this magical setting.
Berlin, Germany


September
Lollapalooza Berlin
Lollapalooza Berlin is a popular music festival that brings together renowned international artists from various genres. Held in the iconic Olympiastadion and Olympiapark, the festival offers an immersive experience with multiple stages, art installations, food vendors, and a vibrant atmosphere.
Berlin, Germany

Berlin Art Week
Berlin Art Week is an annual event that celebrates contemporary art in the city. It includes exhibitions, art fairs, performances, and talks, showcasing the works of emerging and established artists from around the world.
Berlin, Germany


November
Pitchfork Music Festival Berlin
The Pitchfork Music Festival Berlin is a multi-venue music festival in Berlin, featuring diverse performances from various artists.
Berlin, Germany



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