Berlin, a dynamic city in the heart of Europe!

Immersed in its history and the rapid changes that have taken place in the last two decades, Berlin today shows its special fascination.

Berlin, a dynamic city in the heart of Europe!

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Immersed in its history and the rapid changes that have taken place in the last two decades, Berlin today shows its special fascination. More than twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall and the reunification of Germany, the capital is projected as a young, dynamic and cosmopolitan city in the heart of Europe that is constantly being redesigned. Diversity is guaranteed, but you can also travel to the German capital for rest and relaxation. 

Originally a symbol of separation, from reunification, the former "city of walls" of Berlin, which lies at the junction between Western and Eastern Europe, has developed into a popular tourist destination.

Brandenburg Gate

Without a doubt, the Brandenburg Gate is a recognizable attraction in Berlin. Built in 1791, it was just one of many old city gates around the city of Berlin, which at the time were still affordable in size. The decorative Pariser Platz is located at the foot of the gate and is now home to many important city buildings, for example, the Hotel Adlon with its rich history and the Akademie der Kunste (Academy of Arts).

Berlin Television Tower

The Berlin Television Tower, known to the locals as the Fernsehturm, and immediately recognizable from a distance, stands out on the horizon at 368 meters, making it the tallest building in Berlin. Built in the 1960s, visitors to the tower can enjoy a unique panorama of the city. The Berlin Television Tower is located near Alexanderplatz, in the very center of the former East Berlin, and its multiple architecture remains as intriguing as ever.

Reichstag

When the decision was made to move the federal government to Berlin, the time came for the Reichstag building to wake up again from a long-standing dream on Mauerstreifen, a military zone between the two sides of the Wall. The building has been completely modernized since then, and today's visitors to the Reichstag can watch from the glass dome of the building to have a bird's eye view of the city’s bustle.