Berlin is a trendy city the bold architecture and hotspots of this have the energy of a capital reborn, but Berlin remembers being on the frontline of many pivotal and, dark moments in the 20th century.
On 9 November 1989, the Berlin Wall fell, with the eyes of the world watching. The Wall was the frontier at which East met West, and it had ripped through the center of Berlin since 1961, being the most visible and poignant emblem of the Cold War. The city was finally in a position to move forward after nearly a century of profound tumult, wars, dictatorships, and division.
Since the fall of the Wall, Berlin is again a thriving hub of business and politics, together with riches of culture.
The landscape of the city settles down with less cranes, and, gradually, Berlin is becoming more established, with increasing tourism.
Berlin has some of the most important art galleries, art bars, and colourful street art, and is very well known as a hub for creativity.
You can here some of the greatest Eurepean collections of Byzantine, Renaissance, and Gothic art, together with the oil paintings dating back to ancient Greece and Egypt.
These are just some of the reasons why Berlin might be considered your next destination.