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Experiences the city of Berlin

Berlin is the capital of Germany and also on of the most populous city in Germany. Berlin got so much to offer in many different ways just think of the museums the annual events or vibrant lifestyle. In Berlin we got it all like no other place in Europe. After the wall came down the city changed into a boomtown. In addition to new buildings like Potsdamer Square, many old, or destroyed buildings are restored and renovated. Berlin offers diversity in all different ways. Over 150 entertainment venues like concert halls, theaters stages, three opera houses and some 200 museums filled with art and culture. Berlin has become a metropolitan like noon other in Europe.

The nightlife in Berlin

What would you like to do this evening? Over 200 clubs and countless bars, cafes and pubs are open until the early morning hours, if they close at all. The most fun places like theaters, clubs and pubs are found in Mitte, Friedrichshain, Kreuzberg and Prenzlauer Berg. A night out should start in one of the many barsbefore you hit the Clubs like the Berghain or the Watergate for the best for the best nightlife experience entertained by DJs from around the world. If you want to enjoy the whole the whole 9 yards browse through our gallery. If you like it more chill and quieter you can experience jazz music everyone will simply find something to enjoy in Berlin.

The Cultural and historical venues

There are more than 200 museums in Berlin. “World Art” treasures such as the bust of Nefertiti are exhibited here in Berlin. The Pergamon Museum is a museum known throughout the world for impressive reconstructions of the altar of Pergamon. You have basically three different departments the Antique Collection, the Museum of the Asians history and the Museum of Islamic Art. Not Antica but also important to see you and visit is the GDR Museum to see the life during the area of Cold War. This museum is one of the most interactive exhibitions in the world. Both the gravity of the of the subject and the fact that many people still remember that time make it one of the most visited museums in Berlin. The Jewish Museum was opened in 2001 and is considered an architectural masterpiece. It has become a landmark in Berlin and it is the center for GermanJewish history and culture.

Parks and recreation

If you have enough of the big city tour, you can relax in one of Berlin’s green oases. With an area of 43 hectares, the Botanical Garden is a great place to visit. In this size and it’s kind, it is one of the largest parks in the world. A huge variety of plants adding up to 22,000 plant species grow here in different gardens. There is the swamp and water park, a fragrance and touch garden, Italian garden, medicinal garden and a lot more. Many historical sights are located around Berlin's famous boulevard,  Unter den Linden such as the Humbold University, the State Opera and the old library. Great to visit anytime of the year  Not far from there is the Gendarmenmarkt and Friedrichsstraße. The Gendarmenmarkt is one of the most beautiful places in Berlin. Three monumental buildings dominate the view: the German Cathedral, the French Cathedral and the concert hall. After the second world war, the square was rebuild, and to the 750th anniversary of Berlin completed with the  Schiller monument by Reinhold Begen.

Sports activities

For the most people here in Berlin is sport not just a word, but also a part of life quality. It is therefore not surprising that we have many options and sports facilities. More than 2000 sports gyms, 38 public swimming pools for the whole year and a 31 open-air for the summer only public swimming pools. You can participate on several hundred annual sports events and we also have the largest beach volleyball facility in Europe. And the best part is the many of them can be used free of charge. However, if you have more interested in visiting sports events, you will find a lot more by browsing online. The well known is all so the Olympiastadion, which was build during the third Reich. 

Popular sightseeings

A convenient way to see Berlin’s sights is the bus tour. Some of the tour guides offer the sightseeing in up to 12 different languages providing you with all the information you need. Or simply go by boat on the River Spree and experience and sightseeing like noon other. Most of the city tours are available all year long. But that is so much to do and so much to see and many different ways to do a sightseeing starting with a Segway all the way to a helicopter tour, everything is possible. They are actually old pubs with a little brewery where you can have an in-house made German beer. The House of World Cultures, the Reichstag, the Brandenburg Gate, the Humboldt University, the Schloss Bridge, the television tower and many other places you should see.

The nightlife Berlin of the clubs and the parties

Berlin is probably the best clubbing city in Europe. The clubbing culture has become a life style and a religion. You may wonder why the nightlife is so intense in Berlin. The city’s transformation into the world techno capital is very much linked to the fall of the Berlin Wall. The scene developed in such a unique way and over such a short period of time. Inside abandoned factories and commercial buildings that had to be taken down, clubs started to grow at full speed. Creating a new identity and club culture. Since there are so many options in Berlin make sure you don’t get lost in this Disneyland for grown ups. Club Berghain is one of the most well-known club in Berlin, and also worldwide on the map.

Katerholzig is a big exterior and interior amusement park for clubbers. In a huge abandoned factory perfectly located by the River Spree, you’ll find loads of dancefloors, a huge outside area with amazing lighting and you’ll really feel like part of the clubbing scene. Like in almost every club in Berlin, they don’t mess with the quality of the sound. Some of the DJ’s you will hear playing are associated to Katerholzig’s Record label Katermukke.

Going out for dinner

Berlin is known for its diversity in in couches and with that comes also the food. There is also an incredible number of different dining options. Around 2,500 restaurants, cafes, pastry shops and bars offer culinary delights. The Marooush is a must if you like it Oriental. But they have so many places such as the gourmet grill, shisha lounge, a cocktail bars and a clubs. A true highlight is the "royal culinary journey along the Nile". A selection of cold and warm, vegetarian and non vegetarian delicacies. If you prefer something more eatery, has a huge selection of curry sausages. The most famous curry building in Kreuzberg is the Curry36 now these days they serve also organic sausages. After a long night out it is a perfect place to stop for a bite to eat. 

The Berlin wall

The Berlin Wall was a barrier that divided Berlin from 1961 to 1989. But mostly demolished between June and November 1990 although a restored part remains along the border of Wedding and Mitte. Visit Checkpoint Charlie, the famous east-west border checkpoint during the Cold War and now a tourist centre, for comprehensive displays  telling you the Wall’s story. For more of a real life tour, take a walk along the Wall at the Eastside gallery by the Spree, dividing Freidrichshain-Kreuzberg districts. Graffiti has been removed from the northern side of the Wall, because in most of them were not that artistic anyway and did not have any meaning the Eastside gallery is dedicated to art and preserves the paintings made on the eastern side of the Wall. Although attempting to preserve the spirit of the time, an argument started if it just simply should be painted again by real artists.