• How to reach Berlin

    How to arrive in Berlin By Air The city of Berlin has three airports – Schönefeld for low cost flights, Tegel for international flights and Temp...

  • Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche

    Very little remains of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche, which translates as the “Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church” (also called the Gedä...

  • How to Get Around in Berlin

    How to move around Berlin Public Transport Travelling around Berlin on public transport is both easy and cheap. There are three integrated types of pu...

  • Checkpoint Charlie (The Wall)

    Checkpoint Charlie Checkpoint Charlie (The Wall) was a gateway between East and West Berlin. Here today there is a part of the Wall that for decades d...

  • Maps of Berlin

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Travel Guide of Berlin

Berlin is an eclectic, always active and continually changing city. The difficult history that has left the city scarred has not, however, prevented it from being young, dynamic and forward looking.

The capital of Germany, it was almost completely destroyed in the Second World War and was then divided for decades between capitalism and communism. Despite the difficult heritage that the city and its inhabitants have faced, this metropolis has always managed to rise up from its own ashes to become one of Northern Europe's top cultural, political and financial centres. Berlin's motto is "Paris is always Paris, Berlin is never Berlin". This expression well represents the ability of the city to change and adapt to the times in which it lives.

Host to one of the most important film festivals, the German capital is home to the country's main avant-garde art and cultural scenes and is a repository of priceless artistic and a... [Continua...]