Every possibility in one city

Discover Berlin, a vibrant city full of history, adventure, and unique culture. Since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, the city’s status as a countercultural hub has boomed, with creatives and artists thriving in this liberal metropolis.
The German capital will lure you in with its contemporary cityscape, where both modern and historically significant buildings come together. Living history, internationally renowned galleries, and UNESCO World Heritage sites are all waiting to be explored. Be tempted by Berlin’s exquisite international food scene, and the one-of-a-kind shopping experiences out in the west. A day in Berlin could see you joining a cycling tour of the city, strolling around hilltop Viktoriapark, and hopping between the five museums on the aptly-named Museum Island.
The city is a playground for creatives and unconventional thinkers – it welcomes innovation and fresh ideas. There’s everything you could want from a city break, as well as adventures by the waterfront and discoveries in Berlin's countryside. Whether it’s a big city expedition or pure relaxation, bustling neighbourhood life or natural oases – there’s so much more to experience in Berlin than a classic city trip.

All resorts in Berlin

Exploring Berlin

Three tips for a top trip

Get on your bike
Cycle lanes are wonderfully well-organised and traverse the entire city. Rides alongside the Landwehr Canal are a fun way to take in Berlin’s greener areas.
Slow things down
Berlin is vast, and each of its neighbourhoods has its own attractions – so don’t try to cram in too much at once. Take each neighbourhood, such as Kreuzberg, Mitte or Charlottenberg, a day at a time.
Experience art for all the senses
Berlin is the number one capital of classical music, so don’t miss the chance to listen to the orchestras in the Konzerthaus at Gendarmenmarkt and the Berlin Philharmonie.

Best attractions to see in Berlin

Bauhaus design

The Bauhaus Archive is a sleekly designed tribute to the Weimar-era pioneers of modern design, and hosts temporary exhibits alongside a history of the Bauhaus School and its philosophies.

The Brandenburg Gate

This colossal landmark has been around since the 18th century. In recent times, it's become a symbol of the separation between East and West Berlin.

The Berlin Wall

Check out the remains of the historic wall out in the east of the city, far from the crowds at Checkpoint Charlie, where new graffiti still emerges today.

Your Berlin questions, answered

Berlin is setting trends for sustainable eating and was voted the most vegan-friendly city in the world, with its vegan fine dining scene highly regarded by gourmets worldwide.

From the vantage points in Berlin there are remarkable views of the city. See the city from above at the famous Berlin TV tower landmark, which is an impressive 368 metres tall.

As many as you can! Each neighbourhood has its own individual flair – the 12 districts of Berlin each correspond to a major city. They're all uniquely different, yet unmistakably Berlin.