Berlin, Germany

  • Experience Berlin’s legendary nightlife scene at one of the city’s many clubs or bars.
  • Relish in the culture of many different eras of European and German history at one of more than 55 state-run museums and public foundations.
  • Visit remnants of the Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie.
  • Shop along Ku'Damm or Tauentzienstraße for luxury goods and products.
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Germany's Alluring Capital

In a neoclassical building on the southwestern edge of Berlin's scenic Tiergarten Park, Das Stue is a regal, contemporary hotel that has been changing identities for decades. The structure was built in the 1930s and from the grand lobby's beautifully restored staircases to the proximity to Michelin-starred restaurants, it's no wonder that Forbes named Das Stue the "coolest hotel in Berlin" and TripAdvisor crowned it the number one hotel in the city. A flourishing cultural scene abounds, with crowded streets teeming with museums, galleries and boutiques. The lively nature of this urban setting complements the city's rambling parks and lakes.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested airport
    Tegel International Airport (TXL)
  • Elevation
    154 Feet
  • Climate
    Maritime Temperate
  • Official language
  • Karneval de Kultren

Fresh Things to Do

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  • Centuries of Tragedies and Triumphs

    Like most European capitals, Berlin has seen more than its fair share of tragedy and triumph. Modern-day visitors will certainly appreciate the depths of history and culture around every turn.

    Reichstag Building. This beautiful structure has held many identities. The central meeting place for the parliament went on to survive a fire in 1933 and then was occupied by the Nazis. Today, it's Europe's second most-visited attraction. The building enjoyed a reunification in 1990 and its dazzling glass dome is open to visitors by reservation.

    Brandenburg Gate. Adjacent to the Berlin Wall and serving as a symbol of the country's hard-won unity, this neoclassical arch is one of the most famous (and recognizable) landmarks in Berlin. The gate is especially majestic when it is lit up at night.

    Memorial of the Berlin Wall. Situated in the middle of the capital, visit the Memorial of the Berlin Wall. It's honorable to pay respects here at the last remaining portion of the wall that divided Germany until the late 1980s.

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Map of Berlin, Germany

Google Maps satellite images are not always up-to-date, especially in non-U.S. destinations. Some Inspirato accommodations are located in developments built after images were last updated. Our pin placements represent our best location estimates, but actual locations may vary.

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