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Why go to Berlin

Take a holiday to Berlin and practice the art of effortless cool; few other European capitals can claim to be as big, bold, clever and creative. If it’s your first time, prepare to be astonished, but for those already in the know, Berlin still has plenty of tricks up its sleeve.

Where to stay on a city break in Berlin

Berlin is one of the largest cities in Europe. There’s plenty of space and many attractions for visitors, and there are just as many cheap Berlin holiday deals as there are achingly expensive (and ultra-luxurious) package breaks.

Choose to stay in Mitte (the most central district) and you’ll be very close to the city’s top tourist attractions, such as the Holocaust Memorial, Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag.

Charlottenburg is the district for designer shops and opera at the Deutsche Oper Berlin. Hop over the River Spree for cool districts Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain, or catch the U-Bahn to Pankow and hang out at Berlin’s beaches and beer gardens.

Cheap Berlin weekends are cooler than cool

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Multitasking is one of the city’s many talents. Museum Island doesn’t have just one incredible art collection, it has five. The Tiergarten doesn’t only serve as a spectacular park, but also plays host to an urban zoo. There are scores of daily events at the Kulturbrauerei complex, while Markthalle Neun packs in dozens of pop-up restaurants and food trucks. What’s more, the U-Bahn and S-Bahn run non-stop on Friday and Saturday, so squeezing bars, clubs and late-night cabaret into a weekend break in Berlin in 2020 isn’t tricky. 

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German

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Euro (€)

Average flight time(from London)

2.0 hrs

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