Why come to Berlin...
- Berlin – trendsetting City
Young, innovative, courageous and various - Berlin is trendsetter in all areas of life.
- Berlin – the reunited city
20 years German unification. Few cities have seen as many changes over recent years as Berlin. The two separate entities that existed before the wall came down became one again.
- Berlin – capital of science
Four universities, seven technical universities and 70 non-university education and research institutions are currently based in the metropolis. Thus Berlin is Europe’s largest and most modern science location.
- Berlin - cultural capital
Fascinating - creative - unique. More than 1,500 events per day leaves nothing to be desired.
- Berlin – design metropolis and creative city
Established, international and national known trade fairs such as “Typo 2010”, the “DMY – International Design Festival”, the “Bread&Butter” or the “Berlin Fashion Week” present tomorrow’s trends and have long been among the red letter days in the sector.
- Berlin – sport metropolis
Whether the soccer worldcup with Germany´s largest fan mile, the Athletics World Championships or the unique Berlin-Marathon - the capital is fit for each kind of sport.
- Berlin – the green city
In total 2,500 public parks, several exotic gardens, forest areas, lakes and rivers makes Berlin to Germany’s greenest city.
- Berlin – congress metropolis
Over 8 million visitors experienced in 2009 more than 108,000 impressive events in Berlin.
- Berlin – capital of events
The whole of Berlin is a stage. In this city with no closing hours, stations become museums, remains of the wall become open air galleries and old factories become multi-functional event locations.
- Berlin – capital of starred chefs
Berlin is much more than just curry sausage and pork knuckle. Over the years, the German capital has attracted innovative and ambitious chefs.