The German capital Berlin has grown into one of Europe's hottest cities in terms of nightlife, history and culture. In addition, the range of shopping is huge and thousands of tourists flock to the city every weekend. Above all, the various flea markets around Berlin are well attended. For those who want to have fun at night, there is an endless selection of nightclubs and bars.
For natural reasons, much of the history of World War II remains to be seen.
One of the most famous border crossings in Berlin during World War II was Checkpoint Charlie. Today, there is both a museum and preserved history at the site.
If you go here during the Christmas season, a visit to one of the many Christmas markets is a must.
For those who want to stay in the city center, Potsdamer Platz and Alexanderplatz are two areas with a wide range of most things.
For those interested in art, a visit to Museum Island is a must. There are a number of different museums with different art orientations.
The two football teams Hertha Berlin and Union Berlin are the most famous teams in Berlin.
Hertha, with the classic Olympic Stadium as its home arena, has long been the most popular alternative for Swedes' football trips.
Union, which plays its matches at the much smaller arena Stadion An der Alten Försterei, has today grown into a well-established team and has great cult status with its large circle of supporters despite playing for a long time in the lower divisions.
If you want to experience live music one night in Berlin, you will probably have many choices to make. Almost every night there is a live performance at one of the city's different clubs. Here are music clubs for all kinds of music genre. If you are looking for something out of the ordinary, the VIVID Grand Show at the Friedrichstadt-Palast Theater is a fun alternative.
There is a good connection to Berlin from most major airports in the Nordic region and of course international. The largest airport is Tegel, located just a mile outside the city and there are good connections with local transport. If you land at Schönenfeld, which is about 20 km outside Berlin, you can easily take the train into the city. The third airport, Berlin Brandenburg Airport, has still not been opened.
If you need to transport local means of transport, the "Berlin Welcomecard" is a good investment. With the card, you travel unlimited within Berlin, in addition, you get access to several discounts on the various tourist attractions. You choose how long the card will be valid.
The currency used in Berlin is the Euro with most places taking the most common bank cards.
Through our agreements, which in many cases are the largest on the market, we offer you 100% confidence when booking your ticket. Secure deliveries, selected seats and the opportunity for Hospitality always give you value for your money.
Updated conditions to take advantage of from 2020-09-03.