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Berlin Travel Guide

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Berlin has a good selection of hotels, but be sure to book at least a month in advance if your visit is going to coincide with major holidays, festivals, trade shows or conferences.

Most large hotels are located near Unter den Linden, Alexanderplatz and Gendarmenmarkt in the east, and near the Memorial Church and Kurfurstendamm in the west. Mitte has seen significant growth in hotel offerings, including a number of art hotels, with individual rooms decorated by artists.

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Introduction

Geography

History

Sightseeing

Nightlife

Dining

 
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Since the fall of the Berlin Wall and the reunification of the city, Berlin, Germany, has restlessly reinvented itself as a political, business and entertainment center. But even before its roller-coaster ride through the 20th century, 19th-century author Karl Scheffler remarked that the city was constantly on the verge of becoming, never in a state of being. Thus, Berlin is often heralded as "the ever-changing city."  Click here to see the full Berlin report »
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Berlin lies in northeastern Germany. The Spree River snakes through the city, and the Havel River runs near its western border. Forests and lakes are predominant features of the landscape, making up close to 25% of the city's total area.   Click here to see the full Berlin report »
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Berlin actually began as two trading settlements, Colln and Berlin, located on both sides of the Spree River, in the mid-1200s, though current archaeological findings date the city as far back as 1183. It took almost 500 years before the two towns were officially merged into one city, which retained the name Berlin. However, Berlin's rise to prominence began in the mid-1400s when Hohenzollern princes, the rulers of the Kingdom of Prussia (present-day Brandenburg), named it their official residence. Its importance and size grew, and in 1701, it became the Kingdom of Prussia's capital.   Click here to see the full Berlin report »
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Berlin has been capital and showcase for various rulers and regimes, each one leaving its mark (or scar). The city's long list of monuments and museums will appeal to those interested in ancient, classical and modern art; the Nazi period and World War II; the Cold War and communism; or recent examples of architecture and urban design.   Click here to see the full Berlin report »
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Berliners relish nightlife, so save time and energy for sightseeing after dark. Finding a bar shouldn't be a problem: According to local legend, there's a kneipe (pub) on every corner. The best and trendiest spots are concentrated in Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg, Friedrichshain, Kreuzberg, Charlottenburg and Schoneberg.   Click here to see the full Berlin report »
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Berlin has seen dramatic changes—for the better—in its dining scene. Good restaurants are sprouting up all the time, particularly in the districts of Mitte and Prenzlauer Berg.  Click here to see the full Berlin report »
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