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Guide for places to stay in Berlin
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Best time to visit
From May through September, the city becomes a veritable wonderland, perfect for outdoor activities. You’ll feel irresistibly compelled to indulge in leisurely city strolls, picnics at the local parks, and enjoyable outdoor meals. In winter, Berlin is freezing, with temperatures ranging from 3ºC -1ºC to. But, in case you’re eager to see the city brimming with lights, marvelous holiday decorations, and magical Christmas markets, this is the best time to visit Berlin.
The Berlin Brandenburg Airport is an international airport in Schönefeld, in the state of Brandenburg. Opened in 2020, the airport replaced nearby Schönefeld as well as Tegel and Tempelhof airports, and it became the single commercial airport serving Berlin and the surrounding area. Serving as a base for low-cost airlines, such as EasyJet, Eurowings, and Ryanair, the Berlin Brandenburg Airport handles flights to other major European cities, as well as intercontinental flights. The airport has two train stations, and public transportation is the fastest and cheapest way to get to Berlin’s city center.
Places to visit
The Brandenburg Gate: An 18th-century neoclassical masterpiece built on the orders of Prussian king Frederick William II and Berlin’s most important monument.
Reichstag: One block to the north of Brandenburg Gate is the Reichstag building, seat of the German parliament.
Mitte: Both the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag building are located in Mitte, a trendy neighborhood in the heart of Berlin. There, you can also visit the Holocaust Memorial, and the stunning Gendarmenmarkt, home to a statue of poet Friedrich Schiller, the Konzerthaus Berlin (Concert Hall), the Französischer Dom (French Cathedral), and the Deutscher Dom (German Cathedral).
East Side Gallery: A series of murals painted on a remnant of the Berlin Wall.
Schloss Charlottenburg: History buffs will also love visiting Schloss Charlottenburg (Charlottenburg Palace), a splendidly luxurious Baroque palace that used to be the primary residence of German royalty.
Jewish Museum: A museum dedicated to the understanding, and preservation of the Jewish heritage. Alternate your cultural outings with visits to awe-inspiring spots, including the 43-hectare
Berlin-Dahlem Botanical Garden and Botanical Museum: Alternate your cultural outings with visits to awe-inspiring spots, including this 43-hectare garden, which harbors over 20, 000 plant species.
Berliner Fernsehturm (Berlin's Television Tower): From there, you can gaze at the most sweeping views of Berlin.
Berlin’s Museum Island: Get up close and personal with classical antiquities at the Altes Museum, delve into the ancient Egyptian artifacts of the Neues Museum and marvel at thousands of paintings at the Alte Nationalgalerie. Not to mention the fabulous Byzantine art collection of Bode Museum, and Islamic art pieces at the Pergamon Museum.
Berlin Cathedral: The city’s most important protestant church adorned with a magnificent Silesian sandstone dome.
Unter den Linden: A gorgeous boulevard in Mitte that stretches from the City Palace to Brandenburg Gate. Aside from being a great place for a blissful stroll, it’s a great spot for children to explore the former East Berlin.
Deutsches Technikmuseum (German Technology Museum): In there, kids can check fascinating interactive exhibitions centered around a variety of fields, from shipping to aviation.
Natural History Museum: Another great museum to take the little ones is the Natural History Museum, which houses the world's largest dinosaur skeleton, a massive 13.27-meter tall Brachiosaurus, aside from other prehistoric animals, birds, and the famous polar bear Knut.
The Berlin Zoo: Tucked away in Tiergarten, Berlin’s most popular inner-city park, the zoo is home to giraffes, elephants, penguins, hippos, and other adorable species.
AquaDom SEA LIFE Berlin: Next stop? The AquaDom SEA LIFE Berlin, an 82 ft tall cylindrical aquarium inhabited by thousands of sea creatures.
Events & Festivals
Karneval der Kulturen (May): The year starts off with the Karneval der Kulturen, which draws colorful parades and loud crowds of participants from all over the world.
Fête de la Musique (June): On June 21st, Berlin hosts the famous Fête de la Musique to celebrate the beginning of the summer with a captivating open-air music festival.
Curry 36: Currywurst — a pork sausage seasoned with curry powder and ketchup—, is a big deal in the city and the best one is said to be served at Curry 36.
Gasthaus Krombach: Eisbein is a super tender pork hock served on a bed of sauerkraut, and you can try an excellent one at Gasthaus Krombach.
Bäckerei & Konditorei W. Balzer: For a heavenly Berliner, which is a traditional German pastry similar to a doughnut, go to Bäckerei & Konditorei W. Balzer.