If you want to brush up on history and have the time of your life on your next trip, Berlin is the city for you. Few places in Europe have seen greater change over the past century. The result? A dynamic capital city with a thriving art and culinary scene. Whether you have all the time in the world...
Berlin, the German capital, is renowned for its über-cool nightlife scene and ultra-hip fashionistas. But did you know Berlin museums and galleries also boast that distinctive edginess? Read on to see which of the city’s unmissable museums and galleries you can't miss. Admire contemporary artworks in a former train station at the Hamburger Bahnhof.
Forget Paris: for butterflies, look no further than Berlin. Europe’s cultural hotspot offers endless dreamy experiences for lovebirds. From glamorous dining at the top of the Reichstag to simmering date nights in cocktail bars, Berlin has it all. Read on for our list of romantic things to do in that are guaranteed to get those sparks flying.
Germany’s capital city simply buzzes with attractions and things to do. Here’s our guide to making the most of 48 hours in Berlin. Get a taste of its culture, history, food, and cool street art. Day 1: Explore the city’s history Discover Berlin’s unique story on a 2-hour walking tour.
Calling all Oktoberfest fans! Whether you’re headed to Munich for the very first time or getting ready for your annual Bavarian pilgrimage, we’ve gathered up all the info you’ll need for this year’s festival. Our essential Oktoberfest guide has everything you need to wander around the giant international festival without looking like a lost Bavarian villager.
As the summer winds down and temperatures begin to drop, there’s one last hurrah to take in the final days of sun and toast them with a beer—or should we say, Bier! Starting September 21 and running until October 6, Oktoberfest is Munich’s most famous festival. Thinking of joining in on the fun? Blend in with the locals and...
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