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Holidays to Berlin

Looking for a true adventure? Head to Berlin; holidays to the German capital take you to a central hub of art, culture and most notably, tourism. In fact, there is so much to see and do, you’ll probably return again and again in the future!

That doesn’t mean you’ll need to break the bank, though. Despite being one of Europe’s top retreats, this incredible destination still represents great value for money when it comes to booking a getaway.

Boasting some of the world’s best clubs (including Berghain – an exclusive venue), alongside several important historical sites, Berlin has something to offer tourists of all ages. This scintillating city has embraced the scars of its past and now has a unique atmosphere which attracts travellers of various tastes.

When holidaying here, you will find yourself tucking into delicious currywurst, savouring vegan delights at Brammibal’s Donuts and sipping a G&T at the many rooftop bars. So, if you’re into quirky activities, remarkable history and vibrant cuisine, compare cheap deals with us online, to discover this impressive place in all its glory.


  • The Currywurst Capital

    A visit to Berlin wouldn’t quite be complete without indulging in the famous currywurst that it’s known for. Amble over to the iconic Curry 36 stand in Kreuzberg to try this taste sensation.

    Don’t forget to sample the bratwurst, bockwurst and wiener schnitzel available to buy in this city, too. There are also plenty of other stalls to get this tasty, spicy snack from, as well as a number of yummy, vegan alternatives!

  • Visit an Abandoned Spy Ground

    For a little alternative sightseeing, ramble through the luscious forest in Grunewald to reach the man-made hill of Teufelsberg. This site is home to the abandoned listening station used in the Cold War, which can be seen rising high into the sky.

    Climb the winding staircase up to the tower and uncover a host of fascinating graffiti murals along the way. Then, gaze over Berlin from this outstanding cultural viewpoint.

  • Explore the Great Outdoors

    Berlin is not short of green spaces to stroll through or lounge around in with an ice-cold beer. Head to Mauerpark and unwind under the summer sunshine on the spacious grassland, while watching masterful graffiti artists at work on the nearby walls.

    If you fancy a walk, have a wander around the flea market, which is filled with vintage goodies, ceramics and food vendors. Then, have a go at the Bearpit Karaoke in the outdoor amphitheatre; you won’t regret it.


Berlin has a myriad of activities for every type of traveller to enjoy. Fly past all the sights in a flash as you cycle across the streets and take in the surrounding scenery. Then, dine at the revolving restaurant at the incredible TV Tower.

To immerse yourself in nature, go to the popular Tiergarten, an inner-city park filled with luscious greenery and birdlife. Or, embark on a Base Flying adventure, where you’ll get to jump from the Park Inn hotel.

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Food and Drink

The food and drink options in Berlin will undoubtedly exceed your expectations. Call at the Hallesches Haus cafe and concept store for a brunch experience with a difference. Or, enjoy one of the countless Asian restaurants or currywurst stands dotted across the city.

Travellers can even find a quirky rooftop bar, Klunkerkranich, which is actually located on top of a shopping centre car park, overlooking Berlin’s glittering skyline.

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Berlin is packed with immersive sightseeing adventures, such as its lakeside beaches (like Strandbad Plötzensee in Mitte), the famous art at the East Side Gallery and the striking Reichstag building.

Stop by former prisons and concentration camp memorials to learn more about the history here, or venture to the likes of Museum Island and Charlottenburg Palace. There are countless sights to see in this city.

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