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Fast-paced, offbeat, creative.....anything but the ordinary: Berlin is constantly reinventing itself.
Berlin is a magnificent city by any standards and is now in the premier league of city-break hotspots.
As the division of Berlin following the Cold War fades into history, the German capital is growing more self confident as a great European metropolis. Fast-paced, offbeat, creative..... anything but the ordinary: Berlin is constantly reinventing itself.
While it has the exciting big-city buzz, there are also acres of parkland and miles of meandering waterways. The current in-spot for the alternative crew is Freidrichshain, located in the former East, with galleries, bars, cafes and clubs.
The city is very easy to get around with the public transport system being efficient, inexpensive and running practically round the clock.
First-time visitors will be enthralled by the city’s vitality, bustling street life, superb shopping and raucous nightlife.
Make sure you visit Potsdam where you will find the mock Tudor home of King Frederick the Great; here he also created a replica Dutch windmill, Chinese tea pavillion and Italian Romanesque villa.
The local fare is, in all honesty, pretty drab so you’ll be glad to know that the amount of ethnic eateries in Berlin continues to expand.
The swanky Ku’damm area has the largest concentration of retail stores and the KaDeWe department store is well worth a visit. If you’re serious about your fashion head down to Hackesche Hofe and Alte Schonhauser Strasse where there is a host of boutiques and eccentric small shops.
Schonfield airport is 11 miles southeast of the city. The Airport Express train goes every 30 mins to the city centre and costs about €2.