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Edgy, full of character, multi-faceted and compelling, Berlin is all these things and more.

Germany’s capital is a city apart, and one you won’t forget in a hurry. People talk about how the city has been a hub of political goings on and the epicentre of historical happenings for hundreds of years, and they’re not wrong. It’s been divided by the Iron Curtain, torn apart by the Second World War; it’s been at the forefront of innovations in technology, art, and music – the list goes on.

Come for the history, for the trendy art scene, for some hardcore clubbing, or just to relax and take in the sights: it’s all on offer here.

Oktoberfest purists may feel slightly uneasy celebrating in Berlin rather than Munich, but all the important elements are present and correct. Big tents, brass bands, roasted meat and freshly brewed beer, surrounded by lots of jolly, drunk Germans. Revels run until 16 October. (Kurt-Schumacher-Damm 207, http://www.schaustellerverband-berlin.de/oktoberfest-berlin.html)

Gallery Weekend (28th-30th April) With around 50 participating galleries, Gallery Weekend Berlin is an essential experience whether you're an art novice or expert. You'll find artworks normally hosted in private galleries, a diversity of architecture and plenty of insight into the many, varied contexts of art production.

Terroir Berlin Internationally acclaimed chefs in the likes of Esben Holmboe Bang, Ana Ros and Matt Orlando will be descending on Berlin in mid-May for the first edition of this eclectic food symposium. The internationally renowned chefs will be paired up with Berlin's finest restaurants during workshops, forums and dinners all alongside journalists and producers working to elevate Berlin's innovative and youthful food scene to the next level.

Berlin Botanical Garden Hiding out in Steglitz is Berlin's very own Botanical Garden spread over 43 hectares with over 22,000 different plant species and a Grand Pavilion to rule them all. Second only to London's Kew Gardens, the Berlin Botanical Garden is actually one of the world's largest, making it one of the Berlin's best kept secrets.

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