Your Ultimate Guide to Discover Berlin
Hitting the dance floor in Berlin
Find the upcoming festivals happening in the city.
- Bachata Explosion Berlin Festival 2024Bachata Explosion Berlin Festival 2024 🗓 When: 18th October – 20th October 2024🌐 Where: Berlin, Germany📍 Location: Wilkestraße 1, 13507 Berlin🎟 Buy your tickets with a discount here Info coming soon Line up of artists Info coming soon 🕺💃International Artists Line up to be confirmed …and many more 🎧DJs The lineup of DJs to be confirmed Where is … Read more
- Xplosion RITMO BERLIN FESTIVAL 2024Xplosion RITMO BERLIN FESTIVAL 2024 🗓 When: 17th May – 19th May 2024🌐 Where: Berlin, Germany📍 Location: Knaackstraße 97, 10435 Berlin, Germany🎟 Buy your tickets with a discount here Berlin is about to get hot🔥 in May 2024 Do you want to know why?The Xplosion RITMO BERLIN FESTIVAL 2024 Festival is taking place.And it is going to be … Read more
- Bachata Explosion Berlin Role Rotation 2024Bachata Explosion Berlin Role Rotation 2024 🗓 When: 1st March – 3rd March 2024🌐 Where: Berlin, Germany📍 Location: Kolonnenstraße 29, 10829 Berlin, Germany🎟 Buy your tickets with a discount here A whole new concept of bachata,It is waiting for you in Berlin in the first weekend of March 2024. Are you into bachata role rotation?If yes, this is … Read more
- Bachata Explosion Berlin Festival 2023Bachata Explosion Berlin Festival 2023 🗓 When: 27th October – 29th October 2023🌐 Where: Berlin, Germany📍 Location: Wilkestraße 1, 13507 Berlin🎟 Buy your tickets with a discount here More than 30 hours of workshops with international couples such as Kike y Nahir, Gero y Migle and Ofir & Ofri…and of course the local German talents. Who said that … Read more
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What to do in Berlin
Berlin is a city full of history, culture and fun.
If you are visiting the city for attending a bachata festival, you should definitely take some time to explore the city.
Here are some recommendations for what to visit in Berlin for three days:
Day 1: Start your day by visiting the Brandenburg Gate, one of Berlin’s most famous landmarks.
you can walk to the Reichstag Building and enjoy the view from its glass dome.
After that, head to Checkpoint Charlie, the famous crossing point between East and West Berlin during the Cold War. In the evening, you can enjoy a delicious dinner at Katz Orange, a restaurant that offers a mix of German and international cuisine.
Day 2: Start your day by visiting the Berlin Wall Memorial, which is located near Bernauer Strasse.
From there, you can walk to Museum Island, where you can visit some of Berlin’s most famous museums such as the Pergamon Museum and the Alte Nationalgalerie. In the evening, you can enjoy some live music at Quasimodo, a jazz club that has been around since 1975.
Day 3: Start your day by visiting the East Side Gallery, which is a section of the Berlin Wall that has been turned into an open-air gallery.
From there, you can walk to Alexanderplatz, where you can visit the Fernsehturm (TV Tower) and enjoy a panoramic view of the city. In the evening, you can enjoy some traditional German food at Max und Moritz, a restaurant that has been serving Berliners since 1902.
Where to stay in Berlin
If you’re looking for budget accommodation in Berlin,
Booking.com has a variety of options available.
Our recommendations are:
- Residenz Villa Kult,
- Casa Camper Berlin,
- Wilmina Hotel,
- Hotel Indigo Berlin – East Side Gallery,
- Pure Berlin Apartments – Luxury at Pure Living in City Center.
These options are perfect for people who are going to a bachata festival in the city and are on a tight budget.
Where to eat in Berlin
If you’re looking for budget-friendly restaurants in Berlin, here are some options for you to try local and international food after an intense night dancing:
This coffee and tea cafe offers delicious breakfast options at an affordable price
Cafe Couscous – Vege: This cafe offers healthy food options such as burritos and couscous at a reasonable price
This restaurant offers a variety of international food options such as burgers, pizza, and sushi at an affordable price
These restaurants are perfect for people on a tight budget who want to enjoy good food without breaking the bank.
Enjoy your bachata festival!🎉
Other useful information when visiting Berlin
Berlin is a city that never sleeps. It is the most multi-cultural city in Germany, with people from 190 countries. Over 80,000 of Berlin’s population is vegan.
Berlin is nine times bigger than Paris, being the population of Berlin over 3.7 million people as of 2023
The longest open-air gallery in the world is in Berlin. Berlin has more museums than rainy days. The Berlin public transport system is 4,473 km long.
The most visited zoo in Europe is in Berlin.
Looking into numbers:
- Approximately 950 Döner spits are eaten every day in Berlin.
- Berlin has more bridges than Venice.
- There are 1,000 Spätis (late-night stores) all around Berlin.
Berlin is about being green and eco.
Close to 30% of the entire city is made up of green space, such as parks and woodland areas. There are more than 71,000 gardens in the city, and the streets are lined with 430,000 trees.
Things to consider before packing your luggage:
- The currency used in Berlin is Euro (EUR).
- The plug type used in Germany is type F2.
Once landed – what to do:
If you’re arriving at Tegel Airport (TXL),
you can take the TXL bus which will take you directly to Alexanderplatz3. If you’re arriving at Schönefeld Airport (SXF), you can take the S-Bahn3.