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History was and is written in Berlin. The German capital ideally combines the old Prussian traditions with the pulse of the times.
Berlin is the city of museums. Over 170 museums in Berlin keep the history, art and knowledge of the city alive and form a unique museum scenery - a dynamic landscape that is growing in breathtaking speed. Many of the museums also form the city's memory banks if you will. Among other things, they document the Kingdom of Prussia, the city's turbulent role in two world wars and the affects of the Iron Curtain.more
30th May 2020
Berlin shows its most colourful side! At the Carnival of Cultures, numerous groups of many nationalities provide music, dance, performances, visual arts and acrobatics on a procession of floats. From Brazilian samba to the Chinese Lion Dance, from West African drumming to Swiss trumpet players from the Bern Winter Carnival - the groups demonstrate that diversity and internationalism are the pride of Berlin.
7th to 11th July 2022
The Classic Open Air Festival began its success story in 1992 with a fantastic concert by star tenor José Carreras, in one of Germany's most beautiful squares, the Gendarmenmarkt. On five evenings in July, popular classical and modern melodies ring out under a starry sky, surrounded by the grand classical architecture of the Concert Hall and the French and German Cathedrals. These events are accompanied by light displays and fireworks.
7th to 16th October 2022
For the Festival of Lights, Berlin is transformed into a metropolis of lights in October: the Brandenburg Gate, the TV Tower, the Berlin Cathedral, the Radio Tower and many other Berlin landmarks shine at night with colourful illuminations.
Numerous artists from Germany and abroad present light installations and projections on building facades for the Festival of Lights, creating an extraordinary cityscape.
25th November to 26th December 2019
Christmas shopping in the capital is a highlight of the season! More than 80 markets large and small liven up Berlin's districts and neighbourhoods. In addition to the well-known markets on the Gendarmenmarkt, Alexanderplatz and in Spandau, why not try these lesser known delights: the Nostalgic Christmas Market at the Opernpalais, for instance, the Finnish Christmas Market in Kreuzberg, the Christkindlmarkt (Christ Child Market) in Kladow, or the fairytale bazaars around the Jagdschloss Grunewald palace and against the splendid backdrop of Charlottenburg Palace.