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Guide to Berlin

As the capital of Europe’s largest country, and a city divided for generations as the battleground between East and West, Berlin is a unique place for visitors to experience. A city that revels in its reputation for being a centre of the arts, and one of the most politicised places on earth. Berlin is a place where you can discuss the state of the world or the latest records with equal importance, where you can dance in vast night clubs and explore museums, and where you can get to see many of the most beguiling sights and fascinating people in all of Europe.

Guide to Berlin Attractions

Take time out while you are visiting Berlin and see some of the sights Berlin highlights every visitor should see, the Brandenburg Gate is great to see for yourself. The Reichstag are definitely worth exploring! Berlin’s history means plenty to see. You can book a Berlin tour before you go, and benefiting from the expertise of our Berlin based guides who will show you Berlin’s less well known attractions.

Quick Guide to Sport in Berlin

It often seems as though Berlin’s population are avid fans of Football, and the best-known team is Hertha BSC Berlin at their home: the Olympiastadium. The biggest sporting event to take place in Berlin’s sporting calendar is the WTA Tennis Open, which takes place at the LTTC Rot-Weiss. If you can get tickets, it is a great show!

Guide to Berlin Attractions

Take time out while you are visiting Berlin and see some of the sights Berlin highlights every visitor should see, the Brandenburg Gate is great to see for yourself. The Reichstag are definitely worth exploring! Berlin’s history means plenty to see. You can book a Berlin tour before you go, and benefiting from the expertise of our Berlin based guides who will show you Berlin’s less well known attractions.

Berlin Climate Guide

Easily pinpoint the best time for going to Berlin in our simple guide to the climate of Berlin. The table below displays annual temperature trends in Berlin throughout the year to show you what weather to expect in Berlin.

Berlin Driving Tips

All you need to drive a car in Berlin is your regular UK license. For security in Germany, make sure your license is valid before you go to Berlin. When driving in Berlin, in common with the rest of Germany, you should always keep to the right hand side of the road. You can book car hire in Berlin in advance of travel to Germany and there are several car hire offices in Berlin where you can pick up your car.

Berlin Airport Overview

You will find Tegel Airport is approximately 5 miles northwest from Berlin. The airport, whose international IATA code is TXL is only about 2 hours flight from London. Regular buses operate into Berlin, and taxis are also available. Tegel Airport offers plenty to do including shops offering souvenirs of Berlin if you want something to remember your visit.

British Embassy in Berlin

If you get into trouble in Berlin, or just need some advice, the Berlin British Consulate is the place to go.

British Embassy
Wilhelm Strasse 70
10117 Berlin

Telephone: (49)(30) 204570

The Facts About Berlin

City Name: Berlin
Country: Germany
Language: German
Currency: Euro
Time Difference: GMT + 1
Electricity Supply: 230V AC 50Hz
Mobile Phone: GSM 900/1800

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