City Guide – Berlin

Business travelers visiting Berlin don’t have to worry about finding time to explore the city. Cafes are jammed at all hours, drinking is in many ways a religion and dance clubs keep going through the weekend right into Monday.

Size-wise, Berlin is a giant city at five times the size of Paris you could spend an entire trip on just one side if you want to. Luckily Berlin and, Germany as a whole, have a tremendous transportation system. Historical walks through countless museums, to basically a party paradise with a laid-back lifestyle Berlin truly has everything.

Setting Global Trends

In Berlin, the sky is the limit when it comes to creativity and being front and center on the world’s stage. In the last 20 years, the city has become a massive hub of cultural experimentation. Nurturing and encouraging new ideas as well as artistic space and affordable rent. Top international performers grace Berlin’s theatre, concert, and opera stages. The diversity of Berlin’s culture has made it a haven for creatives, expats, misfits, entrepreneurs and immigrants alike.

Thousands of top tech jobs and VC’s investment money pouring in made Lonely Planet call Berlin “the best city in the world for 2016.”

Getting Around

Berlin first and foremost is a place to stay on the move. Markets, parks and shopping line the city. Perhaps best known for cycling, Berlin has optimal bike paths around and through the city.

Above all Germans are known for two virtues: efficiency and punctuality, and when it comes to transportation the two are linked. Their effective BVG transport system, with trains, trams, and buses operating 24 hours a day. Berlin being an all-night party city a single-ride ticket starts at $1.75.

Berlin for the Win

Forget about New York, Berlin is the city that truly never sleeps. Whether you’re visiting for business or for pleasure it’s a city full of wonderful experiences. Industrial techno temples, historical landmarks like the Berlin wall to world-famous restaurants and ear-pleasing symphonies Berlin is a must-go for anyone and everyone. A 24/7 city so pack your clothes and your stamina!

Language
German

Weather
July is the hottest month, with an average high of 64°F (18°C). January is the coldest month, with an average high of 30°F (-1°C).

Electric
F-Type (Two-Prong Plug)

Currency
Euro (€)

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