Things to do in Berlin


Berlin is a bonafide day-breaker: people here don't just stay out late, they regularly greet the dawn. For those of you less nocturnally inclined, th... Read More

Berlin is a bonafide day-breaker: people here don't just stay out late, they regularly greet the dawn. For those of you less nocturnally inclined, the German capital has a hale and hearty side, too. No matter the hour, if you’re looking for things to do in Berlin, there's always some cultural fascination in store for you.

Art lovers should visit check out the Boros Collection and C/O Berlin Galleries. Tempelhofer Flughafenfeld is a popular multi-use park fashioned from a former airport. While finding a great nightclub is easy, you may need some R&R after a visit: Vabali Spa and Liquidrom will help you push the reset button.

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  • Berliner Philharmonie

    Ranked one of the best orchestras in the world, the Berlin Philharmonic calls the Philharmonie home. Celebrated for its acoustics and architecture, the... Read More

  • Bite Club

    Bite Club, an evening street-food party, combines all that's hot about Brooklyn-style food fairs. Founded by expats Tommy Tannock and Miranda Zahediah,... Read More

  • Boros Collection

    Polish-born advertising entrepreneur Christian Boros and his wife, Karen, began collecting the work of international artists in the 1990's and their... Read More

  • C/O Berlin

    C/O Berlin is a top international photography museum, with exhibitions from the likes of like Annie Leibovitz, Nan Goldin, Martin Parr and Peter... Read More

  • Deutsches Historisches Museum

    The German History Museum is the country's official national history museum. Originally founded by the former Federal Republic of Germany in 1987,... Read More

  • Gärten der Welt

    Located on a 250-acre space in Marzahn, an eastern suburb of Berlin, the Gardens of the World might be off the beaten path, but it's certainly worth the... Read More

  • Hamburger Bahnhof

    The Nationalgalerie's Hamburger Bahnhof location is widely considered one of the largest and most important public collections of contemporary art in... Read More

  • Haubentaucher

    It's a well known fact that Berlin's young pleasure-seekers are notorious for their hedonistic and party-going ways. The Haubentaucher, an urban outdoor... Read More

  • Jewish Museum Berlin

    The Jewish Museum Berlin is among Europe's largest Jewish museums. Housed in three adjacent buildings, two of which were constructed by architect Daniel... Read More

  • Liquidrom

    Liquidrom epitomizes the modern sauna experience. Located on Möckernstraße not far from central Potsdamer Platz, Liquidrom offers outdoor thermal baths,... Read More

  • Sammlung Hoffmann Collection

    Enjoy a breakfast at nearby Barcomi's before visiting the Erika and Rolf Hoffman contemporary art collection. In the late 1960's, the couple began... Read More

  • Staatsballett Berlin

    A world-class dance company, the Berlin State Ballet is the result of a merger between the city's three, separate opera houses in 2004, at a time when... Read More

  • Street Food Thursdays at Markthalle IV

    Markthalle IX was established in 2011 as part of a community-wide initiative to bring locals and food producers together under one, exuberant roof.... Read More

  • Tempelhofer Flughafenfeld

    Tempelhof Airport was originally built in the 1920's and during the Berlin Wall-era served as a lifeline for residents walled-off in former West Berlin.... Read More

  • Vabali Spa

    Vabali Spa brings Balinese spa tradition to Berlin, in a unique wellness space that spans 20,000 square-meters. With numerous pools, lounge areas,... Read More

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