Hello, berlin

Experience Berlin, the heart of Germany's transformation since the fall of the Berlin Wall. The city is a hub for cultural innovation, pulsating nightlife and eclectic hipster charm. Berlin is a youthful, dynamic metropolis embracing global influences while setting architectural, art and fashion trends. The city's skyline is a mix of sleek modernity and nostalgic nods to the 90s. As young families enjoy leisurely brunches, the nightlife crowd cycles home in the early hours.

The City
Berlin defies categorization, and it's this very quality that sets it apart. Once a symbol of the Cold War and a divided Germany, this former 'Walled-in City' has transformed into a year-round travel magnet. For nearly three decades, the Berlin Wall split one of Europe's most beloved cities. Its fall on 9th November 1989 marked a pivotal moment in history. For those keen to explore the Wall's remnants, numerous options await. The Bernauer Straße Memorial, with its original sections of the death strip, vividly recalls the divide. Other significant sites include the East Side Gallery, Checkpoint Charlie, and the Wall Museum. Today, the appeal of Berlin is its fascinating mixture of history and zeitgeist, offering diverse attractions in art, culture, music, entertainment and countless shopping possibilities. The modern hotel landscape, an incredibly diverse gastronomy and unbeatably favourable prices will make you want to return again and again. The city’s vibrant and flourishing creative scene combines with the fire-hot music and club culture to put a unique stamp on the unmistakable character of this metropolis. On your first visit, iconic landmarks are a must-see. But it's often on a second visit that Berlin's true essence emerges. Each of its 12 districts has its own charm: Mitte is a fashion hub, Neukölln has evolved into a hipster haven, Prenzlauer Berg is known for its family-friendly vibe, Kreuzberg boasts a multicultural atmosphere, and Friedrichshain is the heart of alternative living.