3 days unlimited use of public transport in the Berlin/Brandenburg
area. Various reductions on sight-seeing tours, museums,
restaurants etc. Card covers 1 adult and 3 children up to the age
of 14. 3 day single pass Berlin and Potsdam from £27.
Don't forget to add the
Berlin Welcome Card to your booking!
Capital of Germany
Approx. 3.5 million
Berlin Tegel Airport
From Tegel Airport there are various buses and express buses
operated by BVG (Berlin Transport Services). Bus stops are located
right outside Terminal A and B. Transfer to the city takes 15-25
Schönefeld International Airport
From Schönefeld Airport the S-Bahn links S9 and S45 run every 20
minutes towards the city. There is also an RE train which runs
every 30 minutes and stops at the most important stations in
Berlin. The Journey time into city centre is 30-45 minutes.
Flight Time from London
Berlin Shopping Areas
Kurfürstendamm and Tauentzienstraß
The upper part of Kurfürstendamm and the adjacent
Tauentzienstraße are especially popular with younger people for
their high street names. The area around Adenauerplatz is the most
exclusive part of Kurfürstendamm boulevard with many designer
Friedrichstraße boulevard exudes a flair of the twenties. With
its newly decorated buildings, exclusive offices and coffee shops,
visitors will discover a slice of New York in the heart of
This traditional shopping boulevard offers of a huge number of
shops and department stores very close to each other.
Hackescher Markt/Spandauer Vorstadt
The Hackescher Markt and its courtyards are a must-see for
Berlin visitors. Here, you will find a huge variety of unique art
and fashion stores as well as many restaurants and bars.
A visit to the Nikolaiviertel, a district reconstructed in the
style of the Middle Ages, is a very special experience. Besides
many museums and the beautiful Nikolai Church, the area offers
numerous small souvenir and antique shops.
Berlin Department Stores
KaDeWe (Kaufhaus des Westens)
This huge luxury department store was established nearly a
century ago. A special highlight is the food section located on the
sixth floor where you can find a variety of more than 1,000 German
sausages together with a vast choice of delicacies from all over
Here, you will find Paris in Berlin. This modern department
store was designed by Jean Nouvel and boasts a spectacular
interior. The French food department is an absolute must!
Popular with actors and politicians, this true Berlin
institution is particularly famous for its delicious Wiener
Café Wintergarten im Literaturhaus
This lovely Art Nouveau building with its idyllic garden is
extremely popular for a light lunch or afternoon tea.
Café Kranzler, Kurfürstendamm
A traditional and world-renowned café-restaurant with a
Eat a currywurst (sausage) at Curry 36
Try Berlin's legendary local delicacy.
Fassbender and Rausch
Discover over 200 varieties of chocolates and truffles.
History of Berlin
Visit the remains of the Berlin Wall (East Side Gallery and
Checkpoint Charlie), the world famous Field of Steles with its
Information Centre 'Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe', and
the Jewish Museum to learn about Jewish life in Germany
Stroll along the boulevard Unter den Linden
Berlin's most beautiful avenue leading from Pariser Platz at the
Brandenburg Gate to the Schlossbrücke.
Berlin TV Tower
Take in unbeatable 360-degree views of Berlin from the
Fernsehturm viewing platform, Germany's tallest structure.
A splendid palace with baroque park built as a summer residence
for Queen Sophie Charlotte, the wife of Frederick III.
One of Europe's most beautiful squares with the German and
Venture to the top of the Reichstag glass dome in the centre of
Berlin's governmental district.
Visit Checkpoint Charlie Museum
Stand in a hot spot of the Cold War, location of the famed tower
that symbolised East-West tension.
East Side Gallery
Visit the colourful remains of the Berlin Wall.
Prenzlauer Berg: The Prenzlauer Berg
district is one of the most visited areas at night. Here, you will
find world-cuisine restaurants and numerous bars and pubs.
Hackesche Höfe: With its many famous
restaurants, bars and clubs, this part of Berlin is one of the most
popular spots in Berlin. Around the corner in the lively Mitte
district where you will find numerous bars, restaurants, art
galleries and theatres (i.e. Oranienburger Strasse).
Savigny-Platz: A lively area full in
Berlin's Charlottenburg district buzzing with bars and
Gendarmenmarkt: One of Berlin's upmarket
areas with first-class restaurants and exclusive bars.
Nikolaiviertel: In the small alleyways of
the historical Nikolaiviertel district you will find plenty of
traditional wine taverns and pubs serving local cuisine.