Partners in Berlin + Potsdam

Partners in Berlin + Potsdam

With its numerous discount partners, the Berlin WelcomeCard offers everyone the right combination for an individual adventure in the German capital. In order to facilitate your orientation of the diverse offers from the partners and attractions of Berlin, we have listed the offers according to different themes. No matter if you fancy a city tour, a visit to a museum or theatre: you can create your own personal travel plan in a simple and convenient manner, and discover the possibilities with the Berlin WelcomeCard.

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The 1. Berliner DDR Motorrad Museum (“First GDR Motorcycle Museum in Berlin”) showcases over 140 motorcycles, scooters and mopeds from manufacturers that include DKW/IFA...
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This club has plunged the capital into basketball fever: Alba Berlin. As former home ground, the Max Schmeling Hall would soon not be able to contain the masses of...
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The selection of steaks, pasta and desserts at the Alto Restaurant has a slight Australian influence.
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A touch of Down Under in Mitte: enjoy cocktails, snacks and fresh salads, Australian-inspired dishes, steaks, pastas and desserts in a relaxed atmosphere.
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The Anne Frank Center, the German partner organisation of Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, is located directly adjacent to the Hackesche Höfe in Berlin’s Mitte district....
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What was life like at and with the Berlin Wall? At Checkpoint Charlie, Yadegar Asisi exhibits his artistic vision of Kreuzberg to the city centre. At the Panorama...
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The asisi Panorama - The Wall on a divided Berlin by the artist Yadegar Asisi at Checkpoint Charlie at the corner of Friedrichstraße and Zimmerstraße consists of a...
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’Bar jeder Vernunft’ is worth a visit just for its unique venue value alone. The ‘Danse Paleis’, which was created in 1912, was originally used as a seasonal ballroom...
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Bauhaus was the most important movement in design, architecture and art of the 20th century. And Bauhaus continued to influence beyond its own era: Bauhaus lamps, the...
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With its magnificent dome, the Berlin Cathedral is definitely one of the capital’s crowd pullers. Located in the northern area of the Spree Island, many of the buildings...
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Anyone who has ever been to Berlin has seen it. Indeed, it is hard to imagine not being able to take notice of it. No wonder - the Berlin Television Tower, which is 368...
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From Max Reinhardt to Bertolt Brecht and Helene Weigel to Heiner Müller and Claus Peymann: the Berlin Ensemble writes and embodies theatre history from its very...
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Electrifying suspense and exciting entertainment: at Berlin’s ‘Criminal’ theatre, gooseflesh is guaranteed! The theatre located at the Umspannwerk.Ost offers great...
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The Berlinische Galerie is temporarily closed due to construction work.
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In 1988, a couple of comedians got stuck in and transformed the legendary “Dachluke” discotheque into the Berliner Kabarett Anstalt (“Berlin Comedy Workshop”), BKA, for...
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The 200 m² (2,150 ft²) of the Black Box at Checkpoint Charlie informs the public on the history of this most famous border crossing point. With the use of large-format...
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With 22.000 types of plants, Berlin’s Botanical Gardens rank among the three most important botanical gardens in the entire world. Created between 1897 and 1910...
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The Bröhan Museum is a specialist and epoch museum with international orientation, displaying objects d’art from the periods Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Functionalism (...
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This is where the stars of the comedy and cabaret scene frequent: Dieter Hallervorden’s cabaret stage has been the big name in great entertainment and biting satire...
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"Fat good-for-nothing" – not really a flattering nickname, especially for a king. But the people felt that the name suited the hedonistic Friedrich Wilhelm II well....
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The Hackesche Höfe in Berlin-Mitte are among the most interesting specimens of architecture in Berlin. The various inner courtyards, which are connected to each other,...
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Charlottenburg Palace is one of the landmarks of Berlin. The largest and most beautiful royal palace still standing in the capital, Charlottenburg was erected as the...
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The worldwide first Computer Games Museum is back in Berlin. The museum already started successfully in 1997. It is dedicated to the „homo ludens digitalis“, the playing...
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The corbo is housed in a former machine factory opposite the Görlitzer Park in the Kreuzberg district of Berlin. The two operators, dieFENDEL and Lisa Zenner, are...
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Salvador Dalí is seen as one of the most ingenious and eccentric artists of modern times, and he loved to stage both himself and his art in the most spectacular fashion...
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The GDR museum is one of the newest and most visited in Berlin. For a good reason: it is the only museum that deals exclusively with life in the former German Democratic...
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The opera house with its clear lines and inauspicious, plain exterior concentrates only on the important: presenting grand opera in world-class quality. The new building...
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Seeing, smelling, doing - that’s the motto of the German ‘curry wurst’ Museum! This event exhibition with and about Berlin’s favourite snack has made visitor's mouths...
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The German History Museum is the official national history museum of the Federal Republic of Germany. The museum’s objective is to present German history from its...
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The German Technology Museum (Deutsches Technikmuseum) offers a comprehensive insight into technical cultural history in Germany. With its 26,000 sqm of floor space, the...

Located directly on the water, this romantic, relaxed and comfortable restaurant is decorated with wooden furniture, old lamps and ornate picture frames. Simply put, Freischwimmer is a cool location in Kreuzberg’s Flutgraben area. The restaurant is in a very old building that was once used for renting and repairing boats. The entrance is directly next to Berlin’s oldest gas station. You can sit outdoors during the summer and indoors during the winter.