Located in the city center, in one of the famous squares Alexandar Platz and with a height of 368 meters, the Television Tower is not only the tallest building in Berlin but also in the whole country. This tower made of a silver sphere structure, has become a characteristic feature that can be seen from every corner of the city and attracts the interest of many people. It offers its visitors a unique and magnificent view of Berlin at a height of 203 meters. You can enjoy the view and take the opportunity to enjoy a delicious meal at the extraordinary atmosphere bar and restaurant on the viewing terrace. Another special attraction of the restaurant is that the sphere rotates 360 degrees per hour, hence it shows its guests the perfect view of Berlin.
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Berlin – the city of historyCity life, Culture, Nature, Night life
Berlin is one of the most important centers in Europe. As Germany’s capital and largest city, it belongs to the most preferred cities and attracts the interest of many tourists from all over the world due to its history, colorful activities and various sights. Not only history but also art lovers will have a culturally rich holiday.
Feature/LocationCapital and largest city of Germany/ In the northeastern side
WeatherApril – Aug. dry/rainy and mild/ Best time to travel
Time zoneGMT+ 02:00 time zone in Berlin (summer season)/ GMT+2 GMT+ 01:00 time zone in Berlin (winter season)/ GMT+1
Airportsairports/ Berlin Schönefeld (SFX); Berlin Brandenburg (BER)
ActivitiesShopping / Culture tours / Sightseeing
Berlin does not only have politically but also culturally a big importance. Each of the various sights in this city literally takes visitors to the past and tells a story of history. Besides the magnificent architecture, there is a lot to discover in every corner of the capital, such as historical buildings, museums, the Brandeburger Gate, parliament and familiar squares.
What is Berlin best known for?
Founded in the 13th century, Berlin has a highly variable, deep-rooted history full of incidents. According to archaeological excavations in 2008 and discovery of an oak plank from 1183, the city is estimated to have been founded at a much earlier time than estimated. Almost no other metropolis like Berlin has undergone such drastic changes. As Berlin was the center of the Second World War, various historical traces and ruins are still alive in every corner of this city and takes its place as one of the top places to visit. The city, which has gone through many different eras, has managed to become the pulsating center of Europe by increasing its importance steadily.
- City life
- Night life
Berlin Television Tower
Discover the famous fashion, exclusive shops and shopping malls on Berlin's wide streets! Whether you're looking for international designer fashion, crazy ideas in the trendy Berlin style, stylish or affordable clothes, there is a boutique for every budget. Located in the street Kurfürstendamm and being the city's largest and most famous shopping center, KaDeWe is one of the most preferred addresses for shopping. Unlike other German cities, Berlin has multiple shopping streets. Make sure you take time out to enjoy some retail therapy in some of the many regions such as Alexanderplatz, Friedrichsstrasse or Postdamer Platz.
Checkpoint Charlie is one of the most important check points that has connected the two sides of Berlin and provided passage to the east and west sides. During the Second World War many have tried to cross the border illegally. The checkpoint was destroyed in 1990 - there is essentially nothing left of the original. However, at the same point a replica of the control barracks with a crossing barrier, flag and sandbags was created in 2000. In the museum right next to the point you have the opportunity to read different stories from those times.
Home to over 175 museums, the city has a deep-rooted history, rich culture and science. There are 5 museums on the Museum Island on the Spee River. The Museum Island illustrating works of the 19th century, represents the cultural heart of the capital. The Jewish or the "Körperwelten'' museum, where real human bodies are exhibited, is among the usually preferred attractions.
The Berlin Wall and East Side Gallery
The Berlin Wall and East Side Gallery: One of the most well-known and interesting places in Berlin is the 45km long Berlin Wall, which was established in 1961 after the Second World War, and divided East and West Germany for 28 years. The wall was demolished in 1989 and has traces, ruins and monuments such as the East side Gallery all over the city, making it a major place of interest for all visitors. The East Side Gallery is the longest kept remnant of the Berlin Wall. In 1990, more than 100 artists from more than 20 different countries painted the wall with artworks and turned it into a unique piece of art. Those who like walking can follow the wall’s route to explore the surroundings or spend a pleasant time around the spee river.
Animal garden park
If you plan to travel to Berlin in spring or summer, you should definitely add the Tiergarten to your time schedule. Located in the city center, right next to some of the more popular attractions like the Brandenburg Gate and Potsdamer Platz, Tiergarten is known as the green heart and largest area of Berlin. It is one of Germany's three largest parks with an area of 210 hectares. After a busy Berlin tour, you can relax on the greenery, take a leisurely walk, visit the English Garden or ride a boat in the 'new lake' called Neuer See.
The Britzer garden was built for a garden show in 1985 and is today one of the most interesting recreation areas in Berlin. A large lake sits in the middle of the park, for those of you who like the water there is the chance to sail around the lake on remotely controlled small boats giving your view a new perspective. Visitors who want to relax a bit, should spend time in the peaceful cafes and colorful areas around the park.
Bars and Pubs
As in many cities in Europe, Berlin has beautiful bars and pubs. It offers many different options from traditional bars to modern and open-air beer gardens to enjoy the evening. We highly recommend that you make time to enjoy the unique atmosphere of bars in the regions Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain, where many cultures intertwine.
Berlin has also gained a reputation as the party capital of Europe. Due to the venues’ and bars’ different design and concepts, party lovers from all over the world will be fascinated. Music and enthusiasm continue uninterruptedly in nightclubs located in different parts of the metropolis as well as in the city center.
Weather in Berlin
The weather in Berlin is mild and continental. With an annual average temperature of 13 degrees, the city belongs to the warmest cities in Germany. In summer, the weather gets hot and dry, and the temperature can reach 30 degrees. The winter months are quite cold in the capital.
- Mar 6, Sat 5 Scattered Clouds
- Mar 7, Sun 3 Overcast Clouds
- Mar 8, Mon 4 Scattered Clouds
- Mar 9, Tue 5 Scattered Clouds
- Mar 10, Wed 8 Overcast Clouds
Direct Flights to Berlin
Corendon Airlines provides affordable connections from many different holiday destinations with direct flights to Berlin. Berlin-Antalya flights are scheduled at least three times a week, while Berlin-Crete flights operate at least twice a week. The frequency of the flights between Berlin and Hurghada is at least two days a week. In Berlin there are two airports: Corendon Airlines operates from Berlin Brandenburg airport, which opened in 2020. Hosting millions of tourists each year, Corendon Airlines offers flights not only from Turkey, but also from various cities in Europe to discover Germany’s metropole.
Choosing Your Flight Tickets to Berlin
On the Corendon Airlines’ official website you can find the most convenient flight tickets to Berlin by entering a travel date of your choice. Berlin ticket deals offer the most economical way to explore the city even in the high season. By searching on our website, you can have a look at the cheap ticket deals we have listed for you. The cheapest flight tickets are shown on the Berlin destination page you are currently in. We recommend booking early to take advantage of the best deals.
Berlin Airport and transportation
Berlin Brandenburg Airport, representing one of the two airports in the city, is located in the southeast of Berlin. The international airport, which started operating on October 31, 2020, has just been partially opened to operation. Visitors have many opportunities to reach the center and other parts of the city from the airport. Although the public transport system of Berlin looks quite confusing, it owns the most advanced transport infrastructure in the world. Due to the well-structured public transportation such as metro lines, trains, buses and taxis, visitors can easily reach any part of the city. The rail systems S-Bahn, U-Bahn, tram and the frequent bus lines surround each part of the city and take a main role to travel quickly. An important point you should know about transportation is that you cannot use public transportation without a ticket, these must be purchased in the stations. From the main Berlin station you can access other cities in Germany and other parts of Europe by train.
Accomodation in Berlin
Berlin is important in tourism, politics, business and social life. The selection of accommodation on offer ranges from private rental apartments to comfortable and elegant hotels. Berlin, which is visited by people from all over the world throughout the year, provides hotel options for every budget and taste. If your priority is finding the best and cheapest hotel and flight deals, take advantage of early booking where prices are competitive with the best deals. By booking early you can compare accommodation deals and choose from the best prices available. While hotels located in one of Berlin's lively touristic regions the city center ‘Mitte' are preferred more by explorers, Charlottenburg would be more suited for visitors who want to stay in a more quiet region.
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