3rd to 7th August 2014


Unter den Linden, Berlin centre

Since the breakdown of the Berlin Wall in 1989 and the following reunification of the German Democratic Republic and the Federal Republic of Germany into one nation, the today’s German capital has become one of the most visited European cities. Berlin is famous for its historical sites and architecture that testify for the different epoches Berlin has undergone.

Many of the urban districts in Berlin - referred to as „Kieze“ by the locals - each have a very special air of its own: some districts are very chic and completely renovated, others, still damaged from World War II or the following socialistic regime, are becoming revitalized by students and offer diverse subcultural night life. Berlin is such a fast developing and always changing city that the urban districts might have already altered again.

Especially young people are strongly drawn to Berlin for its avantgardistic culture and arts, innovative entrepreneurships, and the vibrant social life. Having more bridges than Venice, and many parks and gardens, Berlin is especially attractive in summer.

For tourist information please visit:

berlin.de visitberlin.de museumsportal-berlin.de smb.museum lonelyplanet.com/germany/berlin clubguideberlin.de slowtravelberlin.com abandonedberlin.com

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