Your guide to visit Berlin
Discover attractions in Berlin
Berlin is not only known for its eventful history, which is still evident as you stroll around the city. The wide range of cultural activities with numerous museums, galleries and sights as well as a large choice of restaurants, bars, clubs and fascinating shopping facilities offer something for everyone’s taste and lifestyle. Titanic Comfort Kurfürstendamm is the ideal starting point to explore the continuously expanding city and to experience the unique atmosphere of Berlin.
A visit to Berlin is not complete without a stroll down Kurfürstendamm (commonly known as Ku’damm) in Charlottenburg
The Berlin Zoological Garden, located in the heart of the city near the Berlin Zoo train station is home to the most species of any zoo in the world.
Schnitzel, a breaded fillet traditionally made from pork, chicken, or beef, is popular around the world among both children and adults
A night at the Berlin Philharmoniker's home venue is a dream come true for classical music enthusiasts
Berlin is a haven for vegan food enthusiasts and offers a wealth of dining options to cater to their needs
Exploring Berlin by bicycle is an excellent way to discover the city. With its flat terrain, the city offers ideal conditions for sightseeing tours on two wheels
Pork sausage is the most iconic food in Berlin, typically seasoned with curry powder and ketchup, and often served with fries.
This industrial building survived the war relatively unscathed and in 2003 was repurposed as a storage facility for classic cars
Every summer, Gendarmenmarkt turns into a gorgeous backdrop for the Classic Open Air Festival
IFA is the world‘s leading trade show for consumer electronics and home appliances. Exhibitors from around the world present the wide range of brands
Apple strudel, a classic German apple dessert, is the perfect end to any meal and a great snack to enjoy with coffee
Every year in September, more than 40,000 runners assemble for the Berlin Marathon to conquer the distance of 42 km
These meatballs, named after their Prussian city of origin, are a favorite among Berliners for their heartiness and tenderness
During the Berlin Festival of Lights, famous Berlin buildings and places ablaze with colourful light installations and brilliant projections
Experience Berlin and the incomparable charm of winter magic with more than 60 Christmas markets in the capital
One of the world’s largest open-air parties is celebrated at the Brandenburg Gate on New Year’s Eve
Bretzels are as synonymous with Berlin as croissants are with Paris, with these doughy treats being a staple for locals looking for a quick and savory snack
Berlin is a paradise for beer lovers, with over 5,000 different beers to choose from. Visitors should definitely include some tastings in their trip