Berlin is one of Europe’s culture and entertainment capital. It houses museums that feature huge collections, restaurants that serve exquisite cuisine, and architecture that wows every visitor. It also gives you a nightlife like no other, colorful and exhilarating festivals, a wonderful experience that satisfies our cravings for shopping, and fun-filled activities that make for a truly unforgettable vacation.
There are so many museums (more than 140) in Berlin that you might get confused which ones to visit first. Of course, you won’t be able to see all of them if you stay in Berlin for a short time. You need time to absorb what each museum offers. So staying longer is recommended.
Berlin has a rich and fascinating history. This is mirrored in the various architectural gems that dot the city. Also you have all the time to drink the famous Berliner beer and sample international and local delicacies, such as wurst. Food is certainly something you can enjoy 24 hours a day in Berlin. You can even get something to satisfy your craving palate or fill your crumbling stomach at 3 or 5 in the morning.
It is impossible to walk through the German city without finding a pub, a bar, a theatre, a cinema or a disco, where locals and visitors meet to spend their evenings and leisure time. Life is buzzing in every single quarter of this fantastic capital.
If you’re planning to visit in this historical city in the near future, make sure to time your visit during one of Berlin’s major festivals. It can be a music festival, film festival or even the very famous beer festival.
One of the exciting pastimes in Berlin is shopping. It is famed for its countless shops for shopaholics to go to. There are many myriad designer stores in several shopping centers of the previous West-Berlin.
If you think that sports fans have no place in Berlin, you are sorely mistaken. Home to so many professional and amateur sports, Berlin has lived up to its reputation as one of the world’s sports havens beginning from the year when it hosted the Olympic Games way back in 1936.