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The Millennium City Berlin combines the culture of New York, the traffic system of Tokyo, the nature of Seattle and the historical treasures of, well, Berlin.


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Berlin Sights

Berlin is always evolving. It saw the destruction of World War II and the Cold War division of east and west. Berlin has been the fastest-changing city in Europe since the wall came down in the late 80's. It is the capital of Germany and the country's largest city. Tourists around the world know Berlin for many things. These include its historical past as the German capital before the war, internationalism and tolerance, and lively nightlife. Don't forget the city's bustling cafes, large parks, street art, galleries, palaces, and historical sights. There are many distinct neighborhoods to explore in Berlin. Kreuzberg is cool and bohemian, while Mitte and Charlottenburg are more affluent.

Berlin Tourism

From the Brandenburg Gate to the Reichstag and Checkpoint Charlie, the landmarks in Berlin are impressive. Berlin is a sprawling destination. Many of its major sights are spread throughout the city. You'll find yourself taking advantage of its extensive public transport network. Berlin provides a very multicultural and diverse experience. You can expect anything but the traditional. This also goes for the cuisine in Berlin. You'll find more international restaurants than those serving German fare. But you can certainly enjoy a tasty brew and a mouthwatering sausage in Berlin. It's still part of Germany, after all!

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Where to stay in Berlin

We've hand-picked our Berlin accommodation choices, covering both a range of comfort levels and locations, and can confidently say that you'll have the pick of Berlin's best hotels at every price level. Most are to be found in Prenzlauer Berg and Mitte but the newly opened 25Hours in the newly renovated Bikini complex is an excellent option close to the Kurfurstendamm, the heart of West Berlin. Once we start preparing your customized itinerary we will present our recommended options for you to select from.

Things to do in Berlin

With a city as rich in history as Berlin just wandering around is an education in itself and the impressive museums on Museum Island and the German Historical Museum close by are packed with exhibitions covering many periods and subjects but to truly get to grips with the city's history nothing beats a guided tour. For anyone interested in the history of the Berlin Wall we suggest a trip to the Berlin Wall Memorial visitor center. We also offer a range of private and group tours in and around Berlin. When we send you your customized itinerary you will be able to choose additional excursions to included in your vacation package or consider for adding later.

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What I love about Berlin...

“Few cities in the world draw young people, especially artists, like Berlin. Yet, despite this popularity, Berlin remains one of the cheapest cities in Germany, and perhaps in Western Europe. Famous for its history, I can't recommend enough to leave the central Mitte district, and explore its other areas, from the restaurants and parks of Prenzlauer Berg, whose untouched prewar buildings draw young families, to more hip areas like Kreuzberg, Neukoelln, and Friedrichshain, which are full of neat, pleasant little surprises, and people and food from around the world.”

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With 2 weeks at your disposal and spending a little less time in each city you can explore a large area of Central Europe. Start in the ubercool German capital, Berlin then head south to enchanting Prague. After a few days it's time to head south again, to fairy-tale medieval Cesky Krumlov. From here it's on to the grand old Imperial capital, Vienna. After that you reach Budapest to see for yourself why Condé Nast Traveler readers voted it best city in Europe in 2015. The trip ends in the historic Polish capital, Krakow. read full itinerary

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Kick off your tour in the hip German capital Berlin before moving on to magical Prague. From there you'll proceed by train to Vienna where you'll be impressed by the old imperial grandeur. You head west to Salzburg, the town of Mozart. Your final stop is in Munich, the cosmopolitan Bavarian capital. read full itinerary

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The Spree, Berlin
Inside the Reichstag Dome, Berlin

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