Berlin, the capital of Germany, today is home to 3.5 million people from more than 186 countries.
Talents, technology, and tolerance shape the rhythm of the city, which is dynamic and welcoming, tolerant and trendy, diverse and creative.
The city has a moving history, has changed fast and reinvents itself constantly.
Today Berlin stands for dynamism and modernity, but there is evidence of its turbulent past everywhere in the face the city presents to the world. In the wake of Reunification, historic buildings have been restored and where the Iron Curtain formally hung, new districts have sprung up.
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The German capital features a modern hotel landscape in Europe. The wide range of hotels available is backed by a high standard of quality and good value for money.
The latter is also true of the Berlin restaurant scene, which is just as varied as the city itself.
Thanks to Berlin’s geographical position at the heart of Europe and its good infrastructure, it’s an easy city to access.
Flying to Berlin is the fastest way of travelling. Both Tegel and Schönefeld Airport can be easily and quickly reached from the city's centre, and are optimally integrated into the airlines' national and international route network.
The city centre features a closely integrated suburban traffic network providing unlimited mobility for Berliners and visitors.
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