Want to see what Berlin has to offer outside the IFA halls?
We thought so. And you can experience a whole world of culture, sights and culinary delights in this city.
Learn more about Berlin’s intricate history with a visit to the remains of its infamous wall and the Reichstag before making the obligatory pit stop at Brandenburg Gate – it’s worth seeing despite the crowds, we promise! Make the most of your Sunday by browsing Mauerpark’s artsy flea market and take in the best view in town from the famed television tower.
Berlin is as urban as it gets, with tons of alternative street art, too many mouth-watering food options to choose from, edgy street performers and a unique club scene. You could spend years roaming all the colourful districts and neighbourhoods and still discover something new with every step. From Mitte to Schillerkiez to Kreuzberg to Friedrichshain.
BERLIN IN NUMBERS & 9 MORE REASONS TO CHECK OUT THE CITY:
Berlin is 9 times the size of Paris.
With over 180 km of waterways within city limits, the German capital has more
canals than any other city in the world, connected by an unbelievable 1,700 bridges.
Berlin is home to 3 UNESCO world heritage sites: Museum Island, Sansoussi
Palace & Parks in Potsdam & the Modernism Housing Estates.
Berlin has almost twice as many museums as average rainy days in a year
– 200 of them to be exact.
Berlin consumes 70 million curried sausages per year.
ATMs in Berlin’s Galeries Lafayette can dispense up to 250 grams of gold per withdrawal.
1-10 are house numbers you won’t find on Kurfürstendamm (Ku’damm) avenue in Berlin.
Berlin is the only city in the world with 3 active opera houses.
With 4.000 locations, Berlin has more “Döner” kebab shops than Istanbul in their native Turkey does.
WITH ALL THIS TRAVELING AND EXPLORING, YOU´LL NEED THE PROPER ESSENTIALS OF COURSE.