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Special; Romantic; In the City
Berlin is one of the liveliest and most varied of European cities. It has a unique lifestyle and atmosphere. You can always feel its vibrant life - on the boulevards, at the art and flea markets, in more than 300 bars and 7,000 pubs, and in the restaurants. The fashion, culture and architecture of Berlin reflect its unsettled life. Compared to other European cities, Berlin is extraordinary. With a history of not even 800 years, it is a relatively young city, albeit with a rich history. The Brandenburg Gate is the national symbol of its great history and is one of its most famous landmarks. The Gendarmenmarkt, one of the most beautiful places in the city, should not be missed. Charlottenburg Palace is the largest and most prominent palace of the Hohenzollern family.
Berlin awaits its visitors with incredible tourist highlights. Whether the Reichstag, Museum Island, Charlottenburg Palace or Potsdamer Platz, the German capital has an unprecedented arsenal of sights, while 175 museums preserve its history, art and knowledge.
Let yourself be spoiled in the culinary department as well. The meatball is a Berlin specialty. Mixed with bread, onions and spices, everyone should try it. The classic cuisine of Berlin is the Currywurst, with or without french fries. This original Berlin specialty has been honored with a monument. Today the very popular Turkish kebab (Döner) is also known here. The Berliner Weisse is famous across the city and is a top-fermented beer that is brewed with a mixture of wheat and barley malt.