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Berlin is the largest city of Germany and at the same time is a Bundesland, i.e. the city-state. This is an important political, cultural and scientific center of the country which also hosts the most important trade fairs in Europe. Its population is about 3.5 million inhabitants.
That is primarily eager to see the visitors of Berlin, of course, the Brandenburg Gate of 26 meters high and 65 meters wide, the construction of which was started in 1788 and today is a symbol of the city, extending in one part of the boulevard Unter den -Linda. This gate have witnessed a variety of historic moments of Berlin and its visiting creates a lot of deep emotions. Along the avenue are located the most important buildings of the city, among which is the Humboldt University, the State Opera, Cathedral of St. Hedwig and others.
In the central district of Mitte you can visit the Museum Island, disposed between the River Spree and Kupfergraben channel. Old Museum, originally known as the Royal Museum, was built in 1822 – 1830 years by Karl Friedrich Schinkel. It preserves the classic collection of antiquities, also some of Greek and Roman artifacts. The new museum, which was rebuilt after the devastation of World War II, was re-opened in 2009 and holds exhibits of Egyptian and prehistoric art.
Berlin can also be called one of the most fashionable cities in the world, offering the largest variety of entertainment for all tastes, ranging from the arts, museums, opera, theater or up to a fun night life. During the summer in the city parks one can spend wonderful hours of relax and at night, after the sun goes down, life re-ignited with fires in the night restaurants, bars and clubs.
Beer lovers certainly will not miss the chance to get to the Berlin International Beer Festival, which is held annually and where around one million visitors can enjoy more than 2,000 varieties of the famous drink. The festival is accompanied by live music and performed in the period from 5 to 7 August. Also in August you can visit museums and exhibitions throughout the night which in normal times closed in the evening.
For those who like to dance Berlin clubs usually open after midnight and, as a rule, do not close until the early morning hours. But you can also relax strolling on squares, streets and the beautiful corners of the city.
In general, whatever is your intention and desire to spend your evening, Berlin provides for each guest the possibility to choose a style of entertainment at own taste, whether it’s an evening with a cocktail in the bar, a beer time with friends in one of the many pubs or dancing non-stop until no dawn.