Things to Do in Berlin

The Brandenburg Gate


"Victory" takes on a new meaning on top of the Brandenburg Gate. The spectacular Quadriga Statue of Lady Victory was placed on the gate in 1791, then stolen and restored. She also survived allied bombing in WWII and spent decades within earshot of the Berlin Wall. She still crowns this 12-column gate today, having witnessed Berlin’s rise, fall and growth.

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  • Pariser Platz, 10117 Berlin
  • Open every day
The Reichstag


The Reichstag is the building that could. Survivor of bombings, fire and revolution, today it’s one of Berlin’s most iconic buildings. The famous glass dome was designed by Sir Norman Foster, which led to the building’s rebirth as a symbol of the "New Berlin." If you’d like to visit the dome at the top, book free tickets in advance on the government’s website (

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  • Platz der Republik 1, 11011 Berlin
  • Check website for details
Holocaust Memorial


Remembered and never to be forgotten, this four-acre field commemorates the millions of Jews who were killed in WWII. Thousands of concrete blocks of differing heights and sizes give the impression of watching waves roll. An evening walk through the rows, especially when they’re covered in snow and ice, gives the site a poetic poignancy.

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Potsdamer Platz

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This complex is the perfect place to indulge your senses. This area was resuscitated from the rubble of the Berlin Wall and is now a famous cultural hub for the "New Berlin." Crane your neck back to see the Sony Center’s ceiling of lights, take in culture at the Berlinale Palast or enjoy a pick-me-up at one of the world-class cafés or restaurants.

Accommodations near Potsdamer Platz
  • Potsdamer Platz, 10785 Berlin
  • Open every day


Today a play, tomorrow a musical – Kulturforum offers a treat for every day. This complex is a collection of buildings offering an array of cultural experiences. Wander the divine sculpture gardens of the New National Gallery, or transport yourself to a musical paradise with an evening at the Berlin Philharmonie. Kulturforum’s calendar is filled with dozens of events throughout the year.

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Checkpoint Charlie


Checkpoint Charlie should be on your list of places to visit; it's the most famous of the former Cold War border crossings between capitalist West Berlin and communist East Berlin. In the large (and free) open-air museum, explore the history of the Berlin Wall, the border controls and the big players during the Cold War.

Accommodations near Checkpoint Charlie
  • Friedrichstraße 43-45, 10117 Berlin
  • Open every day
Museum Island


Buy one, get four more – for a small fee. One island, five prestigious museums, and one day is all you'll need for a round trip to the ancient world. At the Pergamon Museum, wonder at a full-scale reconstruction of Babylon’s Ishtar Gate; gaze into Queen Nefertiti's all-knowing eyes at the Neues Museum, or be classically inspired by the Altes Museum's ancient marble statues.

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Jewish Museum Berlin


Learn the A-to-Zs of Jewish history. This spectacular building is shaped like a warped Star of David and was designed by "wunderkind" Polish architect, Daniel Libeskind. The kaleidoscopic walls and ceilings are intended to disorient the visitor and present art and artifacts in a unique light. The artifacts cover a wide scope and include many eras of German-Jewish art.

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"Alex" is every Berliner’s best friend. Berlin Alexanderplatz—or "Alex" for short—has an exciting history. In the 1920s, Marlene Dietrich’s voice resounded from the bars and clubs of the square's famous nightclubs. The area has lost its glamorous edge, but Neptunbrunnen Fountain, the Berlin TV Tower and the Alexa Shopping Centre add zest (and photo ops) to this plain square.

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  • Alexanderplatz, 10178 Berlin
  • Open every day
East Side Gallery

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Each crack in the Wall tells a thousand stories. On the longest remaining section of the Berlin Wall, graffiti depicts dozens of instantly recognizable images from the Cold War. Look for Russian leader Brezhnev and East German leader Honecker locking lips in a loving embrace, or artist Thierry Noir's vivid colors, alongside the immortal words: “No more wars. No more walls. A united world.”

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Alternative Berlin Tour


Get to grips with Berlin’s gritty side and go underground. The streets of Fredrichshain, Kreuzberg and Neukölln are brought to life by tour guides who will take you past some of the city’s most colourful façades, by squats and community projects. You may even stumble across a festival, or an impromptu concert or two.

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Along what was once known as the ‘Death Strip’ thrives a verdant patch that sees all manner of Berlin life come its way. Hipsters, musicians and karaoke kings and queens make their way to Sunday’s free-for-all ‘Bear Pit’ sing-off, while others choose to simply chill on grassy banks. A hub of all things artistic and cultural, it’s symbolic of Berlin’s impressive transformation.

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Culture can be found in abundance around every corner of this eastern neighbourhood. From the iconic, politically charged murals of the East Side Gallery, to the harrowing Stasi Prison, the neighbourhood keeps history at the forefront, while forging its way into the future with funky bars and quirky cafés along Simon-Dach and Grünberger streets.

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This boho neighbourhood is best explored on two wheels or four. Hire a bike to enjoy a snap-shot of German history and roam the deserted runways of Tempelhof Airfield, or venture on a ‘Trabi Safari’ behind the wheel of one of East Germany’s most iconic run-arounds. The graffiti-clad streets are home to off-beat hangouts that stay bustling until the wee hours.

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Amongst the well-trodden tourist trail, you can still seek out lesser-known sights. Explore the Sammlung Boros art collection concealed in Nazi-era bunkers, or embark on one of many walking tours to help bring the historic streets and city secrets to life.

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A melting pot of cultures, this is Berlin at its bohemian best. Scale the heights of Neukölln Arcaden, where you can chill in a rooftop garden with an unrivalled city panorama, or take a global culinary tour down Weserstrasse street.

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Berlin Wall


The East Side Gallery sees remnants of the wall transformed into a colourful memorial, while powerful representations can be found around Bernauer Strasse, where an open-air gallery and prison-like structures depict Cold War-era history with striking effect.

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Brandenburg Gate


Originally commissioned as a celebration of peace, this 18th-century structure has borne witness to some of Germany’s most turbulent events from World War II to the construction – and demolition – of the Berlin Wall. The city’s most-visited monument, it is the last remaining gate of the eighteen that once guarded the city.

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Reichstag building


Neglected after WWII, the end of the Cold War found Germany’s once impressive Reichstag building a crumbling ruin. Restorations had removed many original features from its interior, before a reconstruction took place in the early 90s. A large glass dome was built to represent its original cupola, and certain historic features – such as graffiti from the battle for Berlin – were retained for future generations.

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Museum Island


Sitting in the middle of the Spree river, Museum Island is home to the Altes Museum, Neues Museum, Alte Nationalgalerie, Bode Museum and Pergamon Museum. A UNESCO World Heritage Site in itself, the complex brings the history books to life – with some art thrown in, too.

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Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe


This sombre monument remembers the tragedy of the Holocaust. A field of simple concrete blocks arranged in varying heights, it offers a quiet place for contemplation. In the information centre below, four dedicated rooms tell the story of this chilling historical period through biographies, timelines and artefacts.

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Charlottenburg Palace


Built for Sophie Charlotte – the wife of Elector of Brandenburg, Friedrich III – this grand baroque palace began life as a relatively modest summer home. Friedrich commissioned an extravagant expansion when he ascended to the throne some years later, laying the foundations for the opulent structure seen and enjoyed by visitors today.

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Reviews of Berlin



October 24, 2016

Berlin-although a capital city-is accessible to all! The history, ambience and welcome you get is second to none. Such a wonderful city! The boat tours from the Dom were a rare and unexpected treat. The day ticket is a fantastic way to see a wide range of attractions via ... Show more train and bus. Show less
United Kingdom
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October 24, 2016

We stayed first on eastern Berlin and did a walking tour. The stayed on the western side and did mostly shopping. I recommend this order if you plan to do both. The public transportation is easy.
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October 24, 2016

An exciting city with masses to do and see. We spent ages visiting the memorials from WW2 and the Wall, all extremely moving. We could easily have spent a whole week there without fear of getting bored.
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15 reviews


October 24, 2016

Documentation centre near Berlin Wall was great, we could learn the history within a few minutes. Shopping Arkaden provides various food outlet including Asian gourmet.
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October 24, 2016

Berlin is a great city, lots to do. If you like good food, beer, shopping and sight seeing music + jazz yow will love BERLIN. Very clean and efficient city. I will go back soon.
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October 24, 2016

Berlin is billiard table flat so ideal for walking around. Everyone we encountered spoke English. Travelling by train from the airport and around the city was incredibly inexpensive!
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October 24, 2016

We have been to Berlin a number of times and each trip is different! Cant wait to go again!
United Kingdom
8 reviews


October 24, 2016

very nice and living city, lots of city life, our next visit will be solo to see the city night life cant wait
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October 24, 2016

Street food Thursdays and loved the currywurst museum for a laugh. DDR museum was excellent and informative.
United Kingdom
2 reviews

Accommodations and Hotels in Berlin

H2 Hotel Berlin-Alexanderplatz

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  • Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 32a, Mitte, Berlin
SANA Berlin Hotel

8.5 Very good

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  • Nürnberger Straße 33/34, Wilmersdorf, Berlin
Scandic Berlin Potsdamer Platz

8.9 Excellent

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  • Gabriele-Tergit-Promenade 19, Mitte, Berlin
Eurostars Berlin

8.9 Excellent

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  • Friedrichstr. 99, Mitte, Berlin
Hotel Gat Point Charlie

8.5 Very good

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  • Mauerstr. 81-82, Mitte, Berlin
NH Berlin Mitte Leipziger Strasse

8.5 Very good

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  • Leipziger Str. 106 - 111, Mitte, Berlin
InterCityHotel Berlin Hauptbahnhof

8.7 Excellent

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  • Katharina-Paulus-Str. 5, Mitte, Berlin
Ramada Hotel Berlin-Alexanderplatz

8.4 Very good

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  • Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 32, Mitte, Berlin
Hollywood Media Hotel am Kurfürstendamm

8.6 Excellent

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  • Kurfürstendamm 202, Charlottenburg, Berlin
Discover Berlin

Popular Neighborhoods in Berlin


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Near the sleepy residential neighborhood of Moabit, you’ll find the lush forests and groves of Tiergarten. The Berlin Philharmonic and New National Gallery offer a dose of culture. Wedding is home to Berlin’s students and young professionals, with affordable housing plus bars and clubs for hanging out late into the night.

Berlin City Center

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Start your Berlin adventure in the historic center. In addition to the famous Berlin Cathedral and Brandenburg Gate, the DDR Museum is a hands-on, interactive space where you can learn about the city’s history. Explore Hackescher Market for a fabulous find, or Kurfürstendamm for brand-name shops. Alexanderplatz hosts the famous Christmas Market.


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This art-filled district is home to affluent city-dwellers. There’s a country feel to the lush grounds at Charlottenburg Palace, which houses a collection of opulent treasures. Kaiser-Wilhelm Memorial Church is an unforgettable place to spend an afternoon, followed by a splurge at KaDeWe, Continental Europe’s largest department store.

Prenzlauer Berg

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Parents play with their children in the parks around Prenzlauer Berg. The cozy cafes were designed to offer a taste of home. Discover some rare finds in Kastanienallee's eclectic boutiques, or savor a cool beer under the chestnut trees in Kollwitzplatz. On Sunday, outdoor karaoke reverberates through Mauerpark, where the hunt for flea market treasures begins.


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Diversity is the norm in Schöneberg, in Western Berlin, and the area is steeped in bohemian style. The out-of-use Tempelhof Airport hosts barbecues and concerts without a plane in sight, and the men of Nollendorfplatz wave their rainbow flags proudly. The liberty bell in Rathaus Schöneberg—the historic town hall—tolls with the sounds of freedom.


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Friedrichshain is where lovers love and the young-at-heart play. The conversation—and coffee—flows in Boxhagener Platz’s eateries. Boutiques and bars fill the center, and the thumping beats of Revaler Strasse’s clubs spread fun into the night. The famous East Side Gallery memorial is a stretch of the Berlin Wall covered in murals.


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Couples walk hand-in-hand by the waterfall in Viktoriapark, while the experimental Gleisdreieck Park shows what a former no-man’s-land combined with a little imagination can create. Hours can be spent meandering through time across Graefekiez’s urban landscape. At dusk, the sun sets over Oberbaum Bridge and Schlesische Strasse's nightlife takes over.


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Leaves dance on the morning breeze in Tiergarten Park, before Potsdamer Platz bursts to life as a network of malls and eateries. The sound of Berlin's orchestra floats through the Kulturforum Cultural Complex. Bellevue Palace glows a little more in the evening light, just as the nocturnal animals of Berlin Zoo wake up.


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Neukölln is as funky as it is modern. The residents move from urban art galleries to dive bars, so it's no surprise that the area is the center of Berlin's creative scene. Exotic scents waft from the cafes and restaurants on Weser Strasse. Walk along the multicultural streets, symbolic of the New Berlin.

Local Tips for Berlin

The Famous Walk
Abdullah by Abdullah

From Damascus to Dubai, now Amsterdam - travel-mad Abdullah doesn't know what's next!

Walk through the history of this amazing city and uncover another story with each step. By taking a walking tour you'll hear little details that you might otherwise miss. The tour guides are really passionate and know their cities inside out, so it's the perfect introduction to Berlin!

  • In front of McDonalds, opposite main entrance to S+U Zoologischer Garten Train Station. Hardenbergplatz 2-4, 10623 Berlin.
  • Open Monday-Sunday 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm. Changes seasonally. Check website for details.
Nadine by Nadine

Nadine grew up in Charlottenburg and has always enjoyed hanging out around Savignyplatz.

Charlottenburg's nightlife has a lot to offer, especially the restaurants around Savignyplatz. The 12 Apostel serves wagon-wheel-sized pizzas, while the “Dicke Wirtin” (Fat Hostess) bar and restaurant and the “Diener” (Server) curiosity restaurant have long traditions in Western Berlin’s culinary life.

Zollpackhof Beer Garden
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Nine years in, Kate says forget New York – Berlin is truly the city that never sleeps!

If you’re at Berlin Central Station and have some time to kill before your train arrives, why not wander along the River Spree and visit the Zollpackhof restaurant and beer garden? German, Austrian and Mediterranean dishes can be found here, alongside international wines and draught beers.

Elisabeth by Elisabeth

Originally from the UK, Elisabeth has lived in Berlin since 2008 and loves Schöneberg's vibrant mix of cultures.

Are you a foodie? This is the place to be on Wednesdays and Saturdays. This farmer’s market has a huge and colorful array of local produce, including fresh fish, meats, cheeses, fruit and vegetables – as well as delicious homemade cakes, fresh pasta, street food and snacks to go.

Hot Rod City Tour
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Nicole spent several years as a crew member on cruise ships, but is now back in her hometown.

The Hot Rod City Tour is one of the funniest ways to explore Berlin. The tour guides are more enthusiastic than others I’ve experienced and seem to really enjoy life – and telling a good joke. It’s one of the best sightseeing tours I’ve ever been on!

Alex by Alex

Alex grew up in Berlin and has spent a lifetime exploring every facet of the city.

One of the best beach bars in the city, YAAM is a laid-back African & Caribbean club and weekend market on the River Spree. Tucked away behind the East Side Gallery, it’s a great place for evening drinks and delicious Caribbean food (try the Jamaican jerk chicken).

  • Stralauer Platz 35, 10243
  • Open Wednesday to Sunday 12 pm – 11:59 pm
Königliche Gartenakademie (Royal Garden Academy)
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After 7 years, Anna still marvels at Berlin's multiculturalism and the fact that it's always awake and alive.

This place was created to promote gardening for both amateurs and pros. I love sitting in the café garden while reading with a cup of tea or just looking around. It’s an urban oasis that helps to elevate your energy levels. Plus, you can get ideas for new arrangements – even if you have a small balcony!

  • Altensteinstraße 15a, 14195
  • Open Monday to Saturday 10 am – 7 pm, Sunday 10 am – 4 pm. Changes seasonally. Check website for details.
Berlin Unterwelten
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Brit Emily loves Berlin's open-mindedness, and after 4 years, has no intention of leaving.

You have to explore the maze of tunnels and bunkers under the city. They’re untouched by the developers that have modernized the rest of Berlin. The places covered by the Berliner Unterwelten tours give you a different view of the city’s history. Bring a coat – it’s cold down there!

Treptower Park
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Kiwi Rebecca has been in Berlin since 2007 and loves this vibrant and exciting city.

This large park next to the River Spree is home to some hidden treasures. There’s a beer garden and an abandoned amusement park. For history buffs, this one is a definite must-see: the vast Soviet War Memorial, commemorating the Red Army soldiers who fell during the Battle of Berlin.

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Recommended in Berlin

If you are going to see some of the museum's in and around Berlin I would definitely recommend the museum pass. It gives 3 consecutive days access to all museums in the program (you get a book telling you which ones with the card). You only need to go in to three museums and you have pretty much broke even on the cost of the card. It also cuts out most of the ticket queues as you just show the card to get in. You do still need a timed ticket for some museums though so read the signs as you will be refused entry if you don't have one, they are free but where required you must have one. If you are going to the Pergamon museum I would recommend getting there before it's scheduled opening time. I got there half an hour before the advertised time and was let in. A couple of hours or so later and there was a 2hr queue just to get tickets. It is also stupidly busy on weekends as buses ship a lot of tourists in from the surrounding cities and countries so I would avoid these days if possible.

My husband and I travelled round with a Berlin welcome travel card which covered all mode of transport for five days. Very good value as you travel underground, overground, bus, tram with ease and they came every 3-5 minutes. My husband and I covered quite a distance in the five days we were in Berlin. I would recommend this ticket. asked travelers...

Why do you recommend Berlin for food?

If you're in the Kreuzburg area, cross the pretty bridge after the East side Gallery, there are lots of great & cheap places to eat. You can get a decent meal for €4.50 & ice cream for €1. & there are sines funky little bars around there too.

Take one of the walking history tours with a guide they are available in a variety of languages and cover several subjects. A visit to Potsdam Sanssouci Park is well worth the train journey

The museums (Asian & Ethnolgical) in Dahlem are good and are not given as much attention as those on Museuminsel. Gemaldegalerie is very quiet, which is surprising given the collection.

Fantastic city for either cycling or walking. It has an outstanding, easy to understand bus, train, tram & underground transport system so make sure you buy a Welcome to Berlin card.

Gemaldegalerie in Kulturforum at Potsdamer Platz

Primark, malls, Sunday flee markets

big city with lots of variety!


Berlin Transportation

Air – Schönefeld Airport

Schönefeld Airport is Berlin’s main international airport. The most convenient way to reach the center of Berlin is by train. Follow the signs across a covered walkway to the station. Catch the S9 train to Ostkreuz, then switch to the S7 train for the Hauptbahnhof/central station. Schönefeld is in Zone C and tickets are available at machines inside the station. Taxis are available just outside the airport – trips to the center take around 35-40 minutes and cost around EUR 40.

Air – Tegel Airport

Tegel Airport is 5 miles north of Berlin. The fastest way to reach Alexanderplatz (in the center) is by TXL JetExpressBus. Purchase a ticket at a machine inside the station, then head toward Terminals A and B. The bus departs right outside every 10-20 minutes between 4:30 am – 11 pm. It takes around 28-40 minutes to reach Alexanderplatz. Taxis are readily available at every terminal – they cost around EUR 25 and it takes about 20 minutes to get to Alexanderplatz.


In the west of Berlin, bus services run far more frequently than in the east. The major bus terminals can be found at Hauptbahnhof and Alexanderplatz. Bus stops are easily identifiable on the street and timetables are clearly displayed. Tickets cost around EUR 2.60 or EUR 6.70 for a day pass and can be bought directly from the driver. Buses in the city center generally run between 6 am – 12 am on weekdays and 7 am – 12 am on weekends, depending on the route. Night buses are also available.


In the east of Berlin, the vast network of trams runs more frequently than in the west. Trams are bright yellow and the stops are marked by a square white sign with "H" inside a bright yellow circle (the same signs for buses). You can get on at any entrance and buy a ticket on board from a vending machine (coins only). Berlin is divided into Zones A, B and C, so make sure you’re buying the right ticket. To get off, press one of the buttons on the poles.


Official taxis are cream-colored with black and yellow signs on the roof, and are readily available in the city. Just hail one from the street or go to a taxi stand. Fares are reasonable and increase incrementally based on the kilometers traveled. It’s best to plan to pay with cash, since credit cards aren't always accepted. The taxi industry is heavily regulated, so the chance of being ripped off is low. Tips of 5-10% are standard for exceptional service.


Berlin is a "driver’s city." Many roads have red-brick bike lanes on both sides which drivers should pay attention to. Speed limits in the city center are under 30 mph. Parking lots and on-street metered parking spaces (which only accept coins) are available, but can be difficult to find. If you plan to bring your own car, you might need to get an "Umweltplakette" (emissions certificate) to enter certain parts of the city.


Biking in the city can be stressful, so get outside the center for some established bike paths. The city is relatively flat and the roads have bike lanes, identifiable by red bricks or white lines. There are many idyllic bike paths and cycling along parts of the Berlin-to-Copenhagen trail is especially popular. Bike rental costs around EUR 10 per day, depending on the vendor. Bike rentals are located in the main areas of the city, especially around the main train stations.


Berlin's main train station is Hauptbahnhof; from here, catch the S7, S5 or S75 trains directly to Alexanderplatz in the east or Zoologischer Garten/Kurfürstendamm in the west. Outlying districts are reachable from Alexanderplatz by train, U-Bahn, buses and trams. The central "Ring Train" goes around the border of Zone A and runs from 4:30 am – 1:30 am on weekdays, and 24 hours on Friday and Saturday. Tickets cost around EUR 2.60 or EUR 6.70 for a day pass, and can be purchased from machines on the platform.

Food in Berlin

Top Restaurants in Berlin

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Tucher am Tor

Conveniently next to the Brandenburg Gate and near other tourist hot spots, Tucher am Tor is known for up-market takes on traditional German food. The ideal place to stop for lunch during a heavy day of sightseeing.

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Käfer is located on the roof terrace of the German government building, the Reichstag. Diners with a reservation can usually skip the lengthy security queue and head straight up to the restaurant to enjoy the spectactular views.

Upscale Dining

This stylish restaurant offers high-end European cuisine and has been awarded 2 Michelin stars. The open-plan dining area looks onto a green courtyard. The lunch menu is a must.

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Vox is an elegant restaurant that serves modern European dishes with Asian influences as well as a range of freshly prepared sushi. There is also a lounge bar, serving exquisite cocktails and over 240 whiskeys.There is live music from 22:00.

  • Marlene-Dietrich-Platz 2, 10785 Berlin
  • Open weekdays 6:30–10:30 and 12:00–14:30 and 18:30–00:00, Satursday 6:30–14:30 and 18:30–00:00, Sunday 6:30–14:00 and 18:30–00:00.
  • 0049 3025531772
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Tizian Lounge

Upon stepping into Tizian Lounge, you can tell it has been designed by one of New York's most famous interior designers. The food lives up to the stylish surroundings, as the burgers are something else. Perfect for a posh lunch or dinner of just enjoying a glass of champagne in the lounge.

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Grill Royal

The food at Grill Royal is indulgent and delicious! The staff are always friendly and the menu is superb. They're known for their quality steaks but their fish dishes are definitely worth a mention.

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Paris Moskau

This gourmet restaurant serves excellent French food with a modern edge. The food is delicious but I would go for the cheese selection alone!

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Tim Raue

At Tim Raue, Aisian food is given a European make-over á la nouvelle cuisine. The dishes are always presented beautifully and it's really interesting how international flavours are combined.

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Weinbar Rutz

The wine bar serves a small but delicious range of meals alongside a great range of drinks, while the restaurant offers impressive set menus of innovative dishes and accompanying wines.

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Maultaschen Manufaktur

Maultaschen Manufaktur is the place to go for some Southern German hospitality! Maultaschen are a traditional Swabian dish and are ideally accompanied by a cold pint of Rothaus.

Upscale Dining

This restaurant serves avant-guarde Michelin star food in a relaxed atmosphere. The innovative menu is accompanied by an extensive range of wines.

Mid-Range Fare

This is a great option for a family or group of friends looking to experience some traditional German fare. Get yourself a pint of Georgenbraeu's self-brewed beer to go with your Gulasch or Schnitzel!

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Restaurant Lochner

Restaurant Lochner is a family-run restaurant focussing on high quality produce and excellent service. They offer a range of set menus with wine but all dishes can be ordered a la carte.

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Lei e Lui

Lei e Lui is a 100% organic restaurant that sources ingredients locally and focusses on healthy, delicious meals. The menu has medditerranean influences and offers a large variety of vegetarian options.

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CoCo Banh Mi Deli

CoCo is the best place in Berlin to get your hands on a Vietnamese Banh Mi sandwich but they also offer great salads and omlettes. There's a lot of veggie options too!

  • Rosenthalerstrasse 2, 10119 Berlin
  • Open Monday to Thursday 11:00–22:00, Friday to Saturday 11:00–23:00, Sunday 12:00–22:00.
  • 0049 3024630595
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St Oberholz

It's no secret that Berlin is overrun with hipsters. Well, if you want to see them up close, Oberholz is the place to go. If you can find space between the laptops, they do a good coffee and bagel.

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The Lir

There's plenty of craic and magnificent fish & chips to be had in this very authentic and non-touristy Irish pub just around the corner from the Tiergarten park. Guests can watch football, warm their hands on the log fire or relax in the beer garden under the shade of the coconut tree (honestly!).

Cheap Eats

A Delores burrito is the only thing that will keep you going if you're trying to see all the sights in Berlin. They're known for their generous portions, fresh ingredients and their amazing hand-made corn chips.

  • Rosa-Luxembourg-Strasse 7, 10178 Berlin
  • Open every day 11:30–22:00, Sunday 13:00–22:00.
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Zeit Für Brot

The bakery uses organic ingredients to make their bread freshly everyday. We recommend grabbing a coffee and a Zimtschnecke in the morning to set you up for the day.

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A great place to stop by for a light lunch of a baked potato or a salad, Joris is excellent value considering all dishes are prepared fresh from quality ingredients. The staff are lovely and the atmosphere is very relaxed.

  • Brunnenstrasse 158, 10115 Berlin
  • Open Monday to Saturday 09:00–20:30.
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Merle's Rothi & Rum

Not far from the Bergmannkiez neighbourhood, Merle's serves Trinidadian food in a great atmosphere and the rum punch is definitely a must!

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Curry 36

For a truly authentic Berlin experience, brave the queues at Curry 36 for the classic Berlin dish of currywurst! The perfect end to an evening of exploring the bars down Gneisenaustrasse.

Upscale Dining
Brooklyn Beef Club

Prepare yourself for the best steak of your life. The Brooklyn Beef Club may be a bit of a splurge but it's the perfect place to go for an indulgent special occasion. Make sure you sample a drink from the well-stocked bar!

  • Köpenickerstrasse 92, 10179 Berlin
  • Open Monday to Saturday 18:00–01:00.
  • 0049 3020215820
Mid-Range Fare
Louisiana Kid

The chicken jambalaya at Louisiana Kid is pretty much the only thing that will warm you up after being out and about in the harsh Berlin winter. One of the few places in Berlin to serve very spicy food, this place is cosy and comforting as well as great value.

  • Alte Schönhauserstrasse 2, 10119 Berlin
  • Open every day 12:00–00:00.
  • 0049 3020615334
Mid-Range Fare

This extravagant restaurant serves excellent Ottoman cuisine. Vegetarians are well catered for and all meat is halal. Try the selection of mezze starters!

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