Berlin is not just where the world meets. Berlin is a world all on its own! Get to know Berlin's diversity this summer through our culture, neighbourhoods and our green excursion destinations.
Get to know the world of Berlin.
Come to Berlin this summer and take time to relax! Enjoy a relaxing summer's day and round off the evening overlooking the Spree or one of Berlin's many lakes. Enjoy one of the many events and the whole spectrum of cultural offerings - from recently opened museums in Berlin's central district to urban art throughout the city.
Tempelhofer Feld (Tempelhof Field)The people of Berlin are delighted with their new, yet old-established recreation area. The former Tempelhof airport is now a public park.
Gärten der Welt Berlin (Gardens of the world)A cherry blossom festival and tea ceremony, surrounded by a sea of flowers, for example: Gardens of the World at Marzahn Park promise plenty of space for fun and relaxation in natural surroundings. See the gardens of the world with your own eyes.
Strandbad WannseeFor more than 100 years, the place for bathing culture in Berlin. Covered beach chair rentals, water slide, vast sunbathing areas on the beach and in the park—here no wishes remain unfulfilled.
Schönhausen House and EstateIn Pankow you will find the Schönhausen House: once the summer residence of the Prussian kings and then the seat of the East German head of state, it now houses exhibitions.
Trabrennbahn KarlshorstPut down the minimum wager of just one euro on the right horse and you could win at Trabrennbahn Karlshorst. Cheering on your horse is included at no extra charge.
Military History Museum of the Bundeswehr in Berlin (Militärhistorisches Museum der Bundeswehr)The Military History Museum of the German Armed Forces at Berlin-Gatow Airfield tells you about the history of the Luftwaffe using large objects such as aircraft, radar and launching systems.
Britzer MühleThe Britzer Mühle is one of the last fully functioning windmills in Berlin. The twelve-cornered Dutchman's mill is now a listed building and flour is still ground here when there is sufficient wind.
GreenwichpromenadeGreenwichpromenade in Tegel is the ideal starting point for many enjoyable trips: on water or dry land.
Stralau peninsulaAn idyllic day out in Berlin? Just take your picnic basket to the Stralau peninsula, where there are secluded spots and sailing boats galore.
Restaurant BaretIn the Baret restaurant on the roof of the Humboldt Forum you can dine with a view over Berlin.
Grünau Public Beach was Berlin’s first real family beach. While men and women were segregated at other swimming areas, families got to have fun in the water together at Grünau. This tradition lives on to this day, and Sunday in particular is an …
The Peninsula juts out a mere 500 metres into the Havel, but this little area has a lot to offer: The shoreline trail invites you on a relaxing stroll with a view of the water at all times. Arriving at the tip, you can take a dip or tan on the sandy …
What's going on in Berlin this summer? We've listed all of the main highlights for you: from new festivals to environmental events, from sporting highlights to unique concerts.
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