Berlin is one of the most famous cities in the world. This modern metropolis is closely associated with its history and tourists will find poignant remnants of the city’s past. It’s been more than two decades since the fall of the famous wall, yet places like the Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie
, and the Reichstag Building
are architectural reminders waiting to be explored.Kurfurstendamm Avenue
was at the center of West Germany's financial success, and today this street hosts the best shopping in Berlin. The most famous being Kaufhaus des Westens, Europe's largest department store. Accommodations in this part of Berlin cater to affluent travelers with a taste for luxury.
The best historic hotels in Berlin are tucked into Mitte, where tourists do most of their sightseeing as the museums, cafés, and even the dance clubs of Mitte exude old-world charm. The most convenient accommodation for travelers making quick stopovers is found in the Reinickendorf area where Berlin-Tegel Airport
hotels are located.
Berlin's electronic music scene is also one of the most exciting and progressive in the world, from underground bunker parties to large-scale events like the Love Parade.
With efficient transportation, dozens of world-class museums, and upscale dining and fashion, Berlin is the perfect mix of history and culture.
There’s much more to see and learn about Berlin, and the interactive map on this page is a great way to find out where the attractions and hotels can be found in this exciting city.