The most compelling historical sites are concentrated in Mitte, the city’s physical centre.
Contemporary art festivals like Transmediale draw crowds from all over Europe and beyond.
The average room in Berlin will only cost you a bit over one hundred euros per night.
Adventures down art-filled alleyways and the city's narrative shared through the voice of a refugee.
At Bite Club's monthly food market, find top eateries in single space. At the Boxhagener Platz Market, buy second-hand furniture and old records.
From preserved segments of the Berlin Wall to a history of the classic currywurst, there’s no shortage of institutions to check out.
From high-quality cold cuts to ornate vegan doughnuts and from fried chicken to tabouleh, get ready to eat.
We’re talking about flesh-eating fish tanks and midnight aufgus aromatherapy as well as affordable luxury and top-range stem ‘n soaks.
Don't worry about dress codes or high heels: slap on a black T-shirt and jeans and get ready for a night that could run through to the following afternoon.
The cultural mecca boasts over 50 museums, 45 theaters and around 100 music venues and clubs.
In recent years, Germany’s third largest city and Bavarian capital has experienced a major resurgence.
Whether it’s secret acoustic gigs, tiny nightclubs with great sound-systems or hip bike-share programs.
Expect stylish designer boutiques, unique cocktail bars and hip cafés in the thoroughly modern German city.
Centred around a towering Gothic cathedral, Cologne is a cultural oasis.