City Guide Berlin

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City Guide Berlin

Berlin is both the federal capital of Germany and a federal state in its own right. With a population of almost 4 million inhabitants, Berlin is not only Germany’s most populous city, it’s also Europe’s greenest city with 2,500 parks.

Berlin is a cosmopolitan city of culture, politics, media and science and is one of the most important trade show and convention locations in the world.

City Guide Berlin

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Children & Family

Not only does Berlin offer a wealth of cultural opportunities, but it also has numerous family attractions! Spend a fun afternoon at the Zoo, a few instructive hours in the natural history museum, or explore the fascinating sights of Berlin. If the weather is bad, the chocolate world or the Sealife await you. Explore the plenty options in Berlin!

Sport & Leisure

Berlin is a green city with a high sport and leisure time potential. Recharge the batteries for example with a run through Berlin, or just ambling to the historical Gendarmenmarkt. The Berlin Wall Memorial should not be missed during your visit. For long walks the Great Tiergarten in the heart of Berlin invites you to take a stroll.

Art & Culture

Just about every corner of Berlin you will find art, as creativity and cultural richness influence the city. Discover the rebuilt Berlin City Palace or famous sights, such as theStaatsoper Unter den Linden or theMuesumsinsel Berlin. Another highlight is theChameleon Theater in the Hakesche Höfe or theFriedrichstadt-Palast. TheHolocaust Mahnmal is a memorial to the murdered Jews of Europe and a place of remembrance.


This traditional French department store, Galeries Lafayette with a large food hall is only five minutes away by foot from ARCOTEL John F.  Berlin’s largest and newest shopping centre, the Mall of Berlin is only three underground stations away. You don't need to say much about KaDeWe, it is the most famous department store in Germany with upscale offerings and international luxury.