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Berlin Airports

  • Brandenburg BER
  • Berlin-tegel / Otto Lilienthal TXL
  • Berlin-Schoenefeld SXF

Weather in Berlin

Month Temp. (°C) Rainfall
January -0.5 42.0
February 1.0 34.0
March 4.0 37.0
April 8.5 41.0
May 13.5 55.0
June 17.0 72.0
July 18.5 54.0
August 18.0 62.0
September 14.5 45.0
October 9.5 36.0
November 4.5 48.0
December 1.0 53.0
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Population

The total population of Berlin is

3,426,000 people.

Berlin City Guide

Brief History

Since at least the 13th century AD, Berlin has been an important city in the area now called Germany. Through most of the region’s history, this area has been divided among various tribes, groups, and kingdoms, all vying for power against one another. When the united German Empire was born in the 19th century, Berlin was its capital, and has been the capital of successive German states ever since. It was divided into two cities after WWII, but was reunited in 1990.

Transportation

There are two major airports near the city, so flights to Berlin will go to either of two places. The larger of the two is Tegel International Airport, where most of the major carriers will fly. This airport is connected to the city by about a 45-minute bus ride. Cheaper flights to Berlin usually fly into Schönefeld, the smaller of Berlin’s airports. From Schönefeld, it is fairly easy to get a bus or train into Berlin proper.

There are numerous options for getting around once inside Berlin. The city is very large and public transit can be confusing the first time, but it is very reliable and efficient. Transit options include buses, trams, and an underground. You can also hail one of the many taxis or rent a bicycle (available at numerous locations).

Popular Attractions

  • For museum buffs, Berlin has the museumsinsel (meaning “Island of Museums”) which contains several world-class museums of art, architecture, and history from all over the world.
  • Many people visiting Berlin for the first time are surprised at the city’s openness and honesty regarding the horrors of its past. Many museums and special exhibits exist that illustrate in detail the atrocities of the Nazi regime as well as the suffering of German civilians during the World Wars.
  • Many of Berlin’s monuments, including Bundestag, or parliament building, have very impressive observation decks for viewing the city.
  • Several sections of the Berlin Wall are still standing; visiting the remains of this wall, a symbol of a divided world, can be a very moving experience for people who lived through the Cold War.
  • Berlin has always been a major center of culture, especially music, so it is worth visiting one of the many historic theaters and concert halls.

Food

German food is extremely hearty and tasty, and very different from food in other places. While you are here, you are sure to be presented with many different varieties of sausage and sausage-based dishes. A local favorite is currywurst, a bratwurst covered in ketchup and curry powder.

Tips for Travelers

  • Berlin has one of the largest club scenes in the world, so if nightlife is what you’re after, there are few better locations. Be aware, however, that large groups of males (especially tourists) have a hard time getting into most clubs. If you plan to go clubbing, bring female friends!
  • There is an English-language newspaper, the Exberliner, which has high-quality and up-to-date information on what’s going on in the city, all written in English.
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