Berlin is a fabulous city at any time of year, but it really comes alive in the winter months. With its amazing shopping and lively night-life, this is a great place to visit in the weeks before and after Christmas. Berlin winter activities can include shopping, theatre and film, museum visits, or even a Segway tour round the sights. You’ll need a warm coat though – temperatures can stay below freezing for days on end.
A growing number of millennials are now entering into the workforce and as a result, businesses need to be able to cater to their unique needs. This is particularly the case when discovering the proper ways to handle a meeting or conference in Berlin. Let us look at five takeaway tips to keep in mind.
Those in Berlin who thrill at the creative genius of the world’s most admired street artists are in for a treat when the new Berlin Urban Nation Museum in Schöneberg throws opened its doors on 16 September 2017. Actually, the intention is to turn the entire building into a street art museum, with many of the exterior surfaces also being surrendered to a celebration of street art. This stunning initial introduction to urban art in Berlin will be just a foretaste of the artistic treasure trove within.
Launching this summer, You, Me & Berlin is an exciting new initiative. The project aims to connect communities, celebrate diverse neighbourhoods and help visitors. Its concise and welcoming motto You don’t have to be from Berlin to be a Berliner focuses on leisure travellers who are interested in discovering the city.