Berlin Travel Guide

Welcome to Berlin – the capital of Germany. This city was shaped by many important people in history like Bismarck, Marx, Einstein, Hitler, etc. Wherever you go you will find attractions that have defined the history of this city. Today, Berlin is a city of creativity, new ideas and probably the capital of startups in Europe. You will find more information by continuing the Berlin travel guide. I also have to mention, I spent 9 months living and working as an architect in this city.

Berlin Essentials

LANGUAGE German
TIME ZONE UTC+1
CURRENCY Euro
COUNTRY CODE +49

Top Things to See and Do in Berlin

Brandenburg Gate

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Museum Island

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East Side Gallary

Charlottenburg Palace


Memorial to the Murdered Jews

Other Things to See and Do

Featured post of Berlin Travel Guide

A month in Berlin by Dino Šaruga

Except the city center, which I discovered quite late, the best city areas, for me, are the ones by the river. They are slowly coming back to life. Just like the people. With spring and the sun, the city has changed completely. Those green areas are perfect spots for recreation, hanging out with friends or meeting new people. In parks you can see all the different people who live here and create diverse society. That is the best thing about this city.

City Pop.

3,74mil.

Metro Pop.

6,00mil.

Elevation

34m

Area

891km²

Where to eat

Events

Other Tips

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Traveling around Berlin

  • Single fare ticket (Einzelfahrschein) Tariff AB: €2.80
  • Single fare ticket (Einzelfahrschein) Tariff ABC: €3.40
  • Short Distance Ticket: €1.70
  • Day Ticket for one Person: €7.00
  • Seven-Day-Ticket for one Person: €30.00

Berlin Weather

  • The hottest month is July, with an average high of 25.0°C (77.0°F)
  • The coldest month is January, with an average high of 3.3°C (37.9°F)