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    The German capital is currently the hippest city in Europe. Its atmosphere is addictive, young and vibrant. Besides having a thousand events going on – from flea markets with live music performances to one of the most famous Film festivals in the world, Berlinale – Berlin is where diversity lives.

    You’ll easily trip on XX century history and symbolic monuments, most of them about World War II and the Cold War. The Berlin Wall, the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag and different War memorials are Berlin landmarks that you cannot miss. Here the East meets the west, history meets modernity, art meets underground, and you’ll meet a city you’ll fall in love with.

    You must get the experience of a personalized routes of Farol City Guides and make this trip an unforgettable time.

    Brandenburg Tor

    One of the best-known landmarks of Germany history, it used to be the gate of Berlin. Representing the separation of West and East Berlin during the Cold War, it became a symbol of German unification after 1989.


    Also known as the Bundestag, the House of the German Parliament holds more history than it meets the eye. From its glassed dome one can appreciate a different view over Berlin.

    Pergamon Museum

    Situated on the Museum Island, it houses impressive reconstructions of archaeological structures, such as the Pergamon Altar and the Market Gate of Miletus. One of the best museums in the world.

    Eastside Gallery

    Open-air gallery and a memorial to the Cold War times. It consists of a long section of the former Berlin Wall, with 105 paintings representing this historical period, created by several international artists.


    A good restaurant in the city centre to anyone who’s looking for a good meal and delicious beers for an affordable price. It serves German and international food, as well as beers from all over the world.


    Birberau is specialist in local chic cuisine, its decoration will make you feel inside a fantasy book. It is not for every pocket, but it’s perfect for a business dinner or to celebrate that special moment.


    Looking for local food and amazing beers? Look no further. Bring your friends with you to this restaurant, where you’ll be warmly welcomed and try amazing traditional German recipes.

    Pauly Saal

    Its environment is a good balance between a comfortable and elegance, and its food is divine. Its set menu of four courses for two people makes it a wonderful choice for a romantic dinner.


    Open-air, interactive, historical, archaeological and art museums – Berlin has it all, as well as an extensive number of statues and memorials that tell us remarkable chapters of world history.


    One of the world’s leading film festivals with international movies and big names of this industry. It is held in Berlin annually in February and it awards the “Golden Bears”.

    Buddy Bears

    These painted sculptures of Berlin’s heraldic animal with its arms raised up communicate a friendly and positive message of union. Try to find as many as you can, they are all over Berlin.


    One of the German's most famous street food has its origins in Berlin. This pork sausage with curry ketchup, often served with chips, is an icon of German folk culture. Give it a try at “Curry 36”