Berlin is the largest city of Germany, in both area and population. This capital city has a population of about 3.8 residents, which makes it the most populous city in the EU. It shares a tumultuous past, shaken by the World Wars, division of the city and eventually liberation. After its liberation, Berlin is most well-known for being a multicultural society, for its cultural flair and diverse art scene, such as the vibrant streets, strong musical roots and its inspiring artists. It is home to Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and Berlin Opera, and many museums and galleries.

An annual event in Berlin is Berlinale, which is one of the world’s most prominent film festivals. This annual event has been held for over 60 years. Other interesting events are Berlin Art Week; during this event around 50 participating institutions share their contemporary art, and Hanami Cherry Blossom Festival; during this one-day festival, guests can walk around, enjoy the cherry blossom trees, and visit 70 stands, each offering unique Japanese specialties and crafts.

When visiting this city, tourists, internationals and business people alike tend to explore the many museums, art galleries, architectural wonders and unusual attractions. Examples are the DDR Museum, which is an interactive museum about the Cold War, the Berliner Dom, which is a Neo-Renaissance building, and the Berliner Unterwelten, which is a tour through WWII air raid tunnels and shelters that were used to smuggle people out of the East of Germany.

Berlin is a city of diverse art scenes, cultural flair, and a rich, but tumultuous history. The city allows for beautiful pictures, great tours and plenty of recreational activities. A trip to Berlin would definitely be a unique experience for you and your colleagues. Are you interested in an incentive trip, after reading about this destination? Go through the must-sees that are mentioned below, and request a quotation!


  • TV Tower (360-degree of Berlin, tower, cocktail bar and restaurant)
  • Bode Museum (sculpture and Byzantine art)
  • Pergamon Museum (three mini-museums; the Museum of the Anxient Near East, the Museum of Islamic Art, and the Collection of Classical Antiquities)
  • Alte Nationalgalerie (art museum)
  • Neues Museum (Egyptian and Nubian cultures)
  • DDR Museum (interactive museum about the Cold War)
  • Tempelhof (abandoned airport that turned into a public park)
  • The Topography of Terror (once the headquarters of the secret state police of the Nazis.
  • Teufelsberg (former US spy station, forest)
  • Jewish Museum Berlin (history)
  • Mauerpark (park with karaoke Sundays, flea markets, street food and vintage clothes)
  • Natural History Museum (themes such as dinosaurs, minerals, cosmos and evolution)
  • Reichstag (seat of the German parliament)
  • Charlottenburg Palace (beautiful palace, it hosts special events, concerts, orchestras etc.)
  • Brandenburg Gate (neoclassical monument)
  • Museum Island (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
  • Berliner Dom/ Berlin Cathedral (neo-renaissance building)
  • Drive around the city in a trabi!
  • The Holocaust Memorial (open space)
  • Jump from the Park Inn Hotel Berlin
  • Botanical Garden Berlin
  • Tiergarten Park
  • Story of Berlin Museum (enter a WWII bunker, currently closed for restoration)
  • Berliner Unterwelten (a tour through WWII air raid tunnels and shelters)

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