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Berlin

Berlin
When you fly with Austrian Airlines to Berlin you will experience a city that has firmly positioned itself as one of the most evocative Europe. Germany's capital has been through a well-known controversial past, and evidence of this can be seen all over Berlin, in the form of museums, parks, buildings and street art. Of course, references to the past are just a small part of what makes Berlin such a captivating and desirable destination, it really does have something for everyone. Art lovers will be in their element with what is arguably the biggest and best contemporary art scene anywhere. International food gourmets are able to eat specialities from across the world, a presence which certainly in part can be attributed to the multinational, multicultural population found here. And for the younger crowd, Berlin offers some of the best nightlife in Europe!

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Germany
  • Currency: Euro (EUR)
  • Language: German
  • Capital: Berlin
  • Austrian flight destination: Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Cologne, Leipzig, Munich, Stuttgart, Usedom
Airport
  • Berlin-Tegel (TXL): The airport is located 8 km (5 miles) northwest of Berlin city center.
  • Address: Berlin-Tegel International Airport, 13405 Berlin, Germany
  • Telephone: +49-30 60 91 11 50
  • Airport Berlin

Timetable Berlin

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What to see in Berlin

What to see in Berlin
Collection Boros
Bright, airy, friendly and white: that's how you would characterise most art museums and galleries. The collection Boros in Berlin however has decided against such an exhibition space and instead moved into a premise with a moving past. A building which does not dodge behind art but tells a story of its own.   The former bomb shelter was erected by the National Socialists during the second World War, later occupied by the Red Army and transformed into a war prison. From the 1950s onwards it was used as storage for textiles and tropical fruit, and at the beginning of the 1990s a hardcore techno club moved in. In 2003 the art collector Christian Boros from Wuppertal bought the building and refurbished it into a gallery under strict conditions. Now you can see - after preliminary registration - works by artists such as Ai Weiwei, Cosima von Bonin, Olafur Eliasson, Thomas Ruff and Wolfgang Tillmans, with the exceedingly interesting premises on top.
Tacheles
Jewish Museum

Where to eat in Berlin

Where to eat in Berlin
Alpenstück
When was that again? Nobody knows for sure. But at one point in Berlin, there came the day when Austrian cuisine became the in-thing. Austrians with friends in Germany would post off cheese-sausages and Manner waffle biscuits to their poor friends, relieiving the pain until the next Wiener Schnitzel.So save your trip to the post office and send those wistful ones to the Alpenstück. Everything here is freshly prepared using only the freshest ingredients. Bonus. Another bonus is the menu, which is full of delicacies from southern Germany and Austria, such as; Spätzle, Schnitzel and Apfelstrudel. The true heart of the mountains. What more could you want?A shot of Obstler liquor perhaps? Then take a pick from 40 of the best around!As another bonus, the restaurant is beautifully furnished. Personal touches such as the shindle covered walls really add to the traditional touch. However, you can leave your lederhosen at home.
Kimchi Princess
Gorki Park

Where to stay in Berlin

Where to stay in Berlin
Hotel Amano
We are all allowed to enjoy a bit of luxury every now and again aren't we? If you have the same opinion as we do, then stop off at Hotel Amano. There's now showing off here, but rather an exercise in elegant restraint, with a touch of gold against warm grey tones. The hotel is located in the beloved Rosenthaler Strasse and was designed by the designer team Büro Gold. The ladies and gentlemen in the team went all out in the lobby and all shared spaces whilst the rooms and apartments are decorated in a calm, dignified manner: black, white and red feature in the rooms, but nothing more, which provides the perfect ambience after a day in the colourful city of Berlin. And you will never get bored in this hotel, as there is a fantastic view of the Berlin skyline from the roof terrace. And experience the unique sense of space in the restaurant, where the walls give way to giant windows. DJ Daniel W. Best and Alex Gallusheld add grooves to the comfortable bar on Wednesday evenings. One night in a double room is available from 95 euros.
Propeller Island
The Dude Hotel

Where to shop in Berlin

Where to shop in Berlin
Michalsky
The Michalsky fashion show was once an essential part of the Berlin Fashion Week in Bebelplatz and the name is not to be forgotten. Admittedly, the Michalsky-StyleNite, booked as the highlight of the Berlin Fashion Week 2009, didn't quite go down as planned. Hilary Swank, Milla Jovovich, Matt Dillon and Wolfgang Joop snuck out to the Grill Royal restaurant quickly after a disappointing show.In our opinion, it couldn't have been the collection on show, apart from the fact that Michalsky has almost become too wearable for the big, wide catwalk. Since 2008, Michael Michalsky's latest collections have been paraded in his boutique store at Monbijouplatz. His labels MICHALSKY, M-67 Michalsky Jeans and MICHALSKY-Eyewear are being sold to fashion-conscious Berliners. The setup of the store reminds one of Paris and Haut Couture. On the other hand, the fashion on sale is rather casual, a bit sporty and almost fit for everyday life. Of course there is also something for the big appearance: gorgeous flowing evening dresses.
Andreas Murkudis
Lozek + Stütz

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