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visitBerlin “We know Berlin.”
Berlin Tourismus & Kongress GmbH, under the brand visitBerlin, has been using that knowledge since 1993 to promote Berlin all over the world as a great travel destination.
visitBerlin’s Berlin Convention Office markets the many convention and meeting options offered by the German capital. After London and Paris, Berlin is the third-most popular European city for tourism, with 26.9 million overnight stays in the German capital during 2013.
Berlin is also one of the most popular destinations for conventions and meetings and has been among the top five for ten years now. As a tour operator, visitBerlin offers a wide range of travel packages and also issues the official tourist ticket, the Berlin WelcomeCard. visitberlin operates five Berlin Tourist Infos.
The Berlin Service Center (Tel. +49(0)30-25 00 25) provides information on the complete spectrum of tourist services in Berlin. At visitBerlin.com, you can access information about Germany’s capital in 13 languages.
- Berlin info & Cityguide
The best time to visit Berlin is summer: the temperatures barely rise, you’re spoilt for choice of street cafés, parks or gardens, beach bars or clubs on the roofs of the city. Berlin is pure outdoor living.
Whether open-air concerts or outdoor cinema, the summer takes over every neighbourhood and turns the city into a unique stage. This is Berlin – a summer’s paradise on earth for creative types and dreamers, dancers and tourists.
The German capital is considered as very safe in comparison with other national and international metropolises. The highlights for tourists are among the busiest areas in the whole city.
Berlin’s public transport system will take you almost anywhere you want to go, taxis are generally easy to catch and bike rentals make it possible for you to tour the city as you please: Whether you just want to quickly get from A to B or prefer to take your time and explore the city’s sights,
Berlin offers you all sorts of possibilities for getting around. Do it by taking a train, taxi or bike, mobility is a breeze in Berlin.
The Berlin WelcomeCard enables free travel with public transport to visitors of Berlin. With over 200 sales reduction partners and unparalleled discounts of at least 25% and up to 50%, as well as an extensive travel guide with various tour suggestions and helpful insider tips, the Berlin WelcomeCard offers you a complete „carefree“ package, which also lightens your holiday budget.
- Shopping in Berlin
You’ll find a number of chic boutiques and upmarket designer stores on Kurfürstendamm and its side streets, as well as on Friedrichstrasse in Berlin’s Mitte district.
You can wander slowly past the endless stream of shop windows, stopping of at one of the charming cafés along the way to rest your weary legs. Pedestrian areas such as Wilmersdorfer Strasse are ideal for a leisurely stroll, while trendy neighbourhoods such as the area around Kollwitzplatz square have a number of small shops waiting to be discovered.
If you want to buy a souvenir from Berlin the best choice is to visit one of Berlins Tourist Infos.
- Things to do in Berlin with others
Museums which are worth visiting in Berlin are the UNESCO world heritage Museum Island
The top 10 characteristic sightseing and must-see places in Berlin:
2. Berlin Television Tower
4. Unter den Linden Boulevard
5. Kurfürstendamm Shopping Boulevard
6. Charlottenburg Palace
7. Museum Island
8. The Berlin Wall Memorial and Documentation Centre
9. Potsdamer Platz
10. Brandenburg Gate
To the south-west of Berlin lies Potsdam, the capital of the federal state of Brandenburg. The city, with its rich cultural landscape and many attractions, is a worthwhile destination that makes a wonderful complement to a trip to Berlin.
The main attractions of Potsdam include the palaces and royal parks, which have been named UNESCO World Heritage sites.