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About Berlin

Berlin is among the most popular destinations in Germany. A city drenched in history and culture it attracts young travellers on a budget seeking out the city’s energy as well as those wishing to explore the area’s historic culture.

A trip to the city is worthwhile all year round, as the wide variety of activities on offer mean the changing weather shouldn’t matter. What’s more, as the seasons change, so too does Berlin’s unique character, particularly during the winter as Christmas markets spring up in the various squares.

Berlin is a city drenched in history and you’ll find there are many museums and key attractions to visit that tell the city’s important story. Although the city has a fascinating past, its present is in fact very modern and trendy. You’ll find there are many artists that reside in the capital and you can spot lots of street art and graffiti spread around the city. If it’s nightlife you’re after then Berlin will not disappoint as its cool and unique bars, alongside the big and bold techno clubs will no doubt keep you partying till the early hours.

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To find your preferred accommodation, explore over 1,000 properties we have available online, and browse them all based on customer reviews and their star rating. You can book across the city, whether you’re hoping to stay close to the airport, overlooking the river or with a view of the many parks. At the same time, you can arrange your flights with us for convenience.

When To Go

The summer months in Berlin are generally dry and warm, and temperatures shouldn’t differ much from the UK. For the warmest weather, book between June and August, as spring and autumn can see temperamental weather arrive. Snow is most likely to fall in December – perfect for a white Christmas at the markets – but it typically doesn’t settle for long.

Fast facts about Berlin

  • Currency
  • How to get there
    Berlin Tegel Airport and Berlin Schönefeld Airport are found to the north and south of the city respectively, and each can be reached from most major UK airports.
  • Official Language
  • Time
    One hour ahead of the UK
  • Time from airport
    Berlin Tegel Airport is around a 30 minute drive to the city centre, while Schönefeld Airport takes around 25 minutes by car.

Sightseeing and must-sees

  • Explore Bebelplatz square
    the square is among the most attractive in the capital, as it’s surrounded by a number of ornate buildings and is found on the stunning Unter den Linden boulevard.
  • See the city from Berlin Television Tower
    the tower provides an unforgettable 360 degree view of the city, and it also includes a relaxing bar and restaurant to complement your visit. Booking in advance is recommended to secure a ticket.
  • Stroll through Berlin’s botanical gardens
    the city’s Botanischer Garten boasts 22,000 varieties of plants, and it’s among the most important gardens in the world. Stroll through 43 hectares or lawns and greenhouses to unwind for a few hours.
  • Visit Brandenburg Gate
    the gate formerly separated East and West Germany prior to the fall of the Berlin Wall, and today it represents the nation’s unity. The vast columns and crowning Quadriga look spectacular lit up at night.
  • Visit Checkpoint Charlie
    This is the former crossing point between East and West Berlin, during the time the Berlin Wall was still up. Now all that remains is the gates themselves which are still guarded today. Next to the checkpoint is the Checkpoint Charlie museum where you can learn all about the wall and hear personal experiences.