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BRANDENBURG GATE.

On the night that the fall of the Wall was announced, locals from East and West Berlin joined in celebration on the Wall near Brandenburg Gate, Berlin’s most famous landmark, which during the Cold War had stood just beyond the border to East Germany. Today, the gate is back to its former glory and attracts visitors from around the world. A quick tip for taking photos: the best time to visit is early in the morning when the sun rises – now that really is an atmosphere worth capturing!

FUTURISTIC.

Berlin is always looking ahead to the future. Especially at the Futurium, where everything revolves around the question: how do we want to live in the future? There are plenty of interactive exhibits here where you can find out. And the building itself truly is a sight to behold.

STREET STYLE.

Berlin is famous for its arts scene, which also finds expression in the street style. Definitely a destination for creatives! 

BUZZING.

There is a buzz of creativity that even runs through the masses out on the streets. This is a city full of dynamism, and you can almost feel the excitement in the air.

BEER BRUSH?!

Yes, you’ve read that right. That’s what ‘Bierpinsel’, the name of this building, means in German. Constructed in the pop architecture style, the building was given the name due to its shape, which is reminiscent of a shaving brush. As it was built to house a restaurant, among other things, the name ‘Bierpinsel’ soon became widespread. Does that all make sense now? ;)

COLOURFUL BERLIN.

As you can tell from the ‘Bierpinsel’, Berlin is never anything less than colourful. With so many great photo opportunities at every turn, a city tour of Berlin is simply not to be missed.

IT’S SHOWTIME!

Experience modern culture at Friedrichstadt Palast. The visually stunning VIVID Grand Show will surprise you with breathtaking acrobatics and choreography. Amazing stage sets and wonderful costumes ensure that this is an evening you'll never forget. What’s more, the building that houses the revue theatre is an example of East German prefab concrete architecture, and is itself worth seeing.

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