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Berlin

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With Berlin tours and tickets, discover the sprawling metropolis at the best rates. A city once divided; today Germany’s vibrant capital boasts a thriving community and cutting-edge culture. A cultural mishmash, the falling of the Berlin wall saw a merging not only of the East and West but of the city’s tastes, styles and collective memories. History buffs revel in iconic attractions like Charlottenburg Palace, the monumental Brandenburg Gate and the Berlin Wall. Take a stroll in one of the city’s many parks and gardens for a breather. Whatever strikes your fancy, you’ll find it all and then some in the iconic city with top-rated Berlin tours.
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Our tips for Berlin

  • Your Sunday best. Berlin’s epic markets reach peak popularity on Sunday, and for good reason. Call time-out on your Berlin sightseeing and hit up one of the many flea markets to enjoy local food, art and fashion.
  • On your bike. Make the most of the designated cycle lanes and numerous cycling Berlin tours that this city offers during your stay.
  • Give yourself some credit. Credit cards are less common in Berlin, so keep cash and your debit cards handy on your Berlin day trips just in case.
  • Stay safe. In an emergency, dial 110. Keep your wits about you if you’re walking around by yourself at night. Also, keep your valuables close to you, especially when you’re traveling through busy, tourist-prone areas.

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Hundreds of world-renowned galleries, museums, clubs and orchestras call Berlin home, lending the city its uniquely eclectic atmosphere. Whether it’s old-world architecture or provocative street art, there’s truly something for everyone in this city of opposites.
With over 4,000 inhabitants per square km, Berlin is far less crowded and over 9 times bigger than Paris. The city is known for its museums and has over 180 intriguing museums. The transport in Berlin is over 4473 km long and you can travel over 8.7 times around the planet Earth. With over 1700 bridges, Berlin even beats Venice. The capital city of Germany is known as one of the most dog-friendly cities in the world.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Berlin?
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    The best time to visit the city is between May and September. The weather is warm and ideal for strolling around and making the most of your time in Germany’s capital. If you’re traveling on a budget though, winter also offers incredibly cheap flights and discounted hotel rates, just remember to pack your warmest clothes.

  • Q: How to get around the city?
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    Berlin’s efficient (and cheap) public transport system ensures happy days for travelers. Berlin day tours couldn’t be easier, with the S-Bahn (trains) and the U-Bahn (underground) getting you from A to B quickly. You can hop on a tram, bus or ferry for more scenic travel routes. Two-hour tickets grant access to all three of these transport options at beyond-reasonable rates. Numerous bike stations and taxi ranks ensure travel by car or bicycle are other easy alternatives.

  • Q: What are the top things to do in Berlin?
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    There are countless things to do in Berlin to make your trip truly memorable. You can visit top Berlin attractions like the Berlin TV Tower, Berlin Wall Museum, Charlottenburg Palace, and Brandenburg Gate. For those who want to save time on sightseeing, take a Hop-On Hop-Off Berlin bus tour and cruise.

  • Q: What should I pack for Berlin?
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    Your packing will vary by season. If you are visiting Berlin in summer, make sure to visit light and comfortable clothes along with sunglasses, hats, and sunscreen. If you are visiting Berlin in winter, pack a lot of layers, sweaters, and jackets. Hats, gloves and winter coats are also essential if you are going to spend a decent amount of time outdoors.

  • Q: What are the best souvenirs to buy from Berlin?
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    You can shop for unique souvenirs like Spreewald pickles, Berlin Ubahn T-shirts, Berliner Luft liquor, chocolates, buddy bears, and local handicrafts.

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