Germany's capital is the perfect blend of urban style and historical allure. Chic cocktail bars meet symbolic landmarks for a truly eclectic visit.

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Berlin entices every venturer who chooses to wander with a diverse abundance of inspiring and engaging cultural and creative spots to explore.

Infused with a wealth of historical significance, particularly within the twentieth century, locations such as the Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie, even Adolf Hitler's secret air raid bunker, draw inquisitive visitors far and wide. For the fun-seeker, the centre of Berlin is a hub of reverberating energy, echoing the spirit of the city's nickname, the 'Techno Capital of the World'. By night, you're sure to discover a bar or club that stays open until the early hours so you can enjoy the urban lifestyle 24/7. If the laid-back vibe fails to attract you, the plethora of museums, art displays, culinary delicacies, and entertainment activities will keep you occupied during your stay.

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movie theater
Astor Film Lounge
Dating back to 1948, why not visit the first 'premium cinema' in Germany, offering a luxury cinematographic experience. Enjoy a welcome cocktail when you arrive, valet parking and incredible service.
Jewish Museum
Designed by Daniel Libeskind, explore the timeless monument to Jewish history and life in Germany at the architectural masterpiece of the Jewish Museum. Ranked as one of Europe's leading museums, its exhibitions, educational activities, and diverse program of events make the museum a vibrant centre of refl...
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Berlin TV Tower
Soaring 368 metres into the sky, Berlin’s TV Tower is the city’s most visible landmark. Built during the years of the German Democratic Republic, the iconic Tower is now a symbol of the entire city. Today the Tower defines the silhouette of Germany’s capital city – a symbol of the reunified Germany. Take i...
Neues Museum
Allow at least an afternoon to fully take in the wonderful pieces of art inside Neues Museum. The building, an artefact in itself, beautifully restored after the war, is entirely dedicated to Ancient Egypt, gathering rare pieces, from sarcophaguses and statues to precious jewellery or pieces of walls from ...
Rausch Schokoladenhaus
Take a break from the exhausting life of tourism and step into Rausch Schokoladenhaus, the chocolate store comparable to heaven according to some of its visitors. Downstairs you can find Berlin's most famous tourist landmarks skillfully replicated into chocolate form and delicately finished, delicious choc...
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AMPELMANN Shop Unter den Linden
The famous German symbol of Ampelmann is the traffic light sign that is one of the only remaining representations of the history of East Germany's communism that lasted until the reunification of Germany in 1989. The Ampelmann company own a host of famous stores, restaurants and cafes themed around this sy...
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