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City Breaks to Berlin
A weekend break in Berlin means excellent cuisine and beer, world-class museums, and and long walks around the city admiring the historical treasures.
Berlin Weekend Breaks
A Berlin weekend break is a fantastic choice for those who want to taste the unparalleled vibes of Germany and a perfect starting point for travelers who wish to explore the best this remarkable country has to offer. Browse our collection of getaways and find your perfect itinerary! And if nothing feels quite right, we will be happy to customize any program you choose to fit your idea of an ideal weekend trip to Berlin or can create a custom tour especially for you.
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Short Breaks to Berlin FAQ
A short trip to Berlin is a great way to spend a weekend. The city is home to world-class museums, raging nightlife, excellent shopping opportunities, and a great restaurant scene, making it a fantastic destination for a few days away.
Treating yourself to a weekend in Berlin is always a fantastic idea, and most people prefer to visit the city in summer when the sun is shining, and the weather allows dining on open terraces. But, it also means that during June – August, the city is at its crowdest. To avoid the peak of the tourist season, you can travel to Germany in the late spring or early autumn when fewer people are around, but the weather is still pleasantly warm and dry. If you believe in the famous saying “that there is no bad weather, there are bad clothes,” going off-season might be your perfect choice. Visiting Berlin in the late autumn or early spring allows you to check out what the German capital has to offer without having to deal with inflated prices, overbooked hotels, and throngs at the city center.
Three days is enough to see the main sights of Berlin, get the feel of the city, and take in its unique atmosphere. Of course, there is no way a weekend trip to Berlin will be enough to see absolutely everything, but, to be fair, neither will a two-week vacation as there is just too much to explore.
Berlin houses some of the best (and controversial) clubs in the world, so nightlife is an integral part of the city’s life. It’s impossible to choose the best district because each spot has its own vibes and atmosphere, so choosing the best is a matter of perspective. Hackescher Markt and Oranienburger Straße are great choices if you are looking for a party in the city center. Simon-Dach-Straße offers the most diverse restaurant culture. Mitte is home to the iconic KitKat Club, and Winterfeldtplatz is famous for its queer scene. As you can see, the choice of high-end clubs is truly impressive, so our advice is to explore what each area offers and then decide what’s best for you.
Nope. While the Berlin weekend trip is a fantastic way to practice your German, knowing English is enough to get around easily and communicate with the locals.
Berlin is one of the cheapest capital cities in Western Europe, so it is a great destination for people seeking world-class museums, vibrant nightlife, and delicious food for a fair price. A small bottle of water costs about 1.8 EUR, a regular cappuccino 3.20 EUR, and McMeal at Mcdonald’s (or its equivalent) is around 9 EUR.
Of course, the city boasts incredible sights that first-time visitors visit on their getaway, such as the Reichstag, Memorial of the Berlin Wall, Brandenburg, Berlin Cathedral, and other famous landmarks. But the city offers so much more than just sightseeing. Feel the vibes of the electric Kreuzberg, home to lovely cafes, second-hand stores, art galleries, and great nightclubs. Treat yourself to a delicious meal and fantastic views in the revolving restaurant in Berlin TV Tower, or set sail on a dinner cruise and enjoy the city from the water. Or, if you dare, explore the Berlin Underworld. There are plenty of ways to spend your long weekend in Berlin, and we will be happy to customize any trip you choose to fit your idea of a perfect city break.
One can’t imagine a Berlin getaway without enjoying the amazing food. German traditional cuisine is hearty and delicious, and everyone can find something to taste. Some of the most popular dishes you can treat youself to on your trip are currywurst, wiener schnitzel, Döner Kebab, and berliner pfannkuche.
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ENJOY THE BEST THAT EUROPE HAS TO OFFER