Alexanderplatz - close to major Jewish sights in Berlin

Best Neighborhoods in Berlin

The Best Places to Stay in Berlin for Your Visit   Berlin is a unique and diverse city made up of a number of different neighbourhoods which each have their own character. From the grand neo-classical architecture and genteel cafes of Pariserplatz to the graffiti, craft breweries and co-working spaces of Kreuzberg, there’s an area…

Jewish History in Berlin: Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

Jewish Berlin: Top Jewish sites to see during your stay

Jewish Heritage in Berlin Berlin has always been a melting pot for different cultures and nationalities, and has been home to Jewish people since the 1600s. From the intellectual boom of the enlightenment to the tragic events of the second world war, the Jewish community has experienced the city’s greatest triumphs and darkest moments. Thanks…

Berlin war memorials

What to see in Berlin from WW2

The Best World War 2 Sights in Berlin to visit Berlin is a city unlike any other. Along with its people, it endured a great deal of suffering and change, particularly during the second world war and the subsequent Cold War. As such, there is no shortage of WW2 sights and places of interest for…

Most famous buildings in berlin

Famous Buildings in Berlin to Visit:

Top Architectural Sights in the City   Berlin’s architectural history is like an onion, with hundreds of opportunities to peel back the layers of its tumultuous past. Each of these famous Berlin buildings is an icon, representing key eras and events that shaped the city. Want to explore Berlin’s architecture with an expert local guide?…

One day in Berlin itinerary

24 hours in Berlin, Germany: A 1 Day Itinerary

What to do in Berlin if you only have one day:   If one thing is sure, it’s that you could spend months in Berlin and not even scratch the surface of our immense, sprawling city. We think of it like an onion – each time you peel off a layer, you simply find another…