You are looking for various historical highlights, cultural diversity and vibrant nightlife combined in one city? Then you should come to Berlin! Take a break from your daily routine, pack your bags and enjoy a “Weekend Berlin
”. If spring, summer, autumn or winter, Berlin offers a wide variety of activities anytime of the year.
Sightseeing & Tours
More than 200 meters above ground with great view of Berlin included? The Television Tower is with its height of 368 meters the tallest structure in Germany and very popular with Berlin visitors.
The Brandenburg Gate is a former city gate and one of the main symbols of Berlin and Germany. It is the only remaining gate of a series through which Berlin was once entered. The gate is the monumental entry to Unter den Linden, the renowned boulevard of linden trees which formerly led directly to the city palace of the Prussian monarchs. Today, it is regarded as one of Europe's most famous landmarks. In spring and summer time, many street artists entertain you with music and dance around the Brandenburg Gate.
Berlin is famous for its Museums such as the Museum Island, a complex of five internationally significant museums located at the river Spree in the district of Mitte. Especially on a rainy day you can spend your time visiting Altes Museum, Neues Museum, Alte Nationalgalerie, Bode Museum and Pergamon Museum with the bust of Nefertiti during your “Weekend Berlin
The Jewish Museum Berlin is one of the famous institutions of the European museum scene since its opening in 2001. Beside several special exhibitions the museum presents the German-Jewish history and culture, documenting earliest testimonials from the Middle Ages to the present.
Another piece of Berlin as well as of German history directly in the middle of Berlin – the Reichstag. Get to know the seat of the German Parliament and visit the glass dome or just enjoy the view over the Tiergarten, one of the largest public parks in Berlin and Germany
Interested in time travel during your “Weekend Berlin”? Go back in time to 1961 when the Berlin Wall was built and Berlin divided into East and West. The Checkpoint Charlie was the most famous way to enter the other half of Berlin. Even today you feel the history of the Cold War in every corner of the checkpoint.
If on foot, by bus or by boat, there are several ways to get a brief glimpse of Berlin. Many local operators offer touristic tours in Berlin city centre as well as in the outskirts. Does is make you hungry for more? These are just a few sights you can visit during your “Weekend Berlin”.
Nightlife & Shopping
Several shopping areas are throughout Berlin such as Friedrichsstrasse, Hackescher Markt, Alexanderplatz or Kurfürstendamm, known locally as the Ku'damm, which is one of the most famous avenues in Berlin — full of shops, houses, hotels and restaurants. Go and get your souvenir during your “Weekend Berlin”.
If Japanese or Italian, libanese or Korean, in Berlin you can find restaurants of any taste. You can also find restaurants offering Berlin cuisine which is traditionally hearty and rustic. Well-known snacks are the Berlin Currywurst or the “Boulette”.
Be immersed in a vibrant nightlife during your “Weekend Berlin
”. Clubs and bars are available all over Berlin. From house music and RnB to rock, in Berlin you can find a club for every kind of music. Additionally, you can join concerts or have fun in karaoke bars. In summer times you can enjoy open air concerts, open air clubs, open air bars and even open air cinemas. Do not wait and plan your “Weekend Berlin” now!