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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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Worth knowing

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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14:00
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Where to stay in Berlin

Where to stay in Berlin
Propeller Island
T his hotel is no mere lodging - it is a true synthesis of the arts. And it's no wonder, as the major-domo of the house, Lars Stroschen, is a musician who wanted to collect the money he needed to build a new recording studio. The rooms were seen as being so trendy and became so treasured that Stroschen bought a guest house and concepted a few new rooms. Propeller Island is probably the most creative hotel in the city. It's super-hip and ultra-cool.So pick your favourite room. Perhaps the 'Symbol-Room', which is full of white squares which host miniatures of just about every symbol known to man. The 'Mirror Room' is, you guessed it, completely mirrored and is absolutely nothing for paranoid types as it is basically a walk-through kaleidoscope. The stylish 'Grave' is for those with morbid tastes: you can sleep in a coffin or find a cosy spot in the lurking labyrinth below. A bit twisted is the upside-Down Room, where the furniture is hanging from the ceiling, below your feet, of course! Luckily, it's a four-bed room, as three of them are on the wrong plane... One night in a double can be had from 94 euro.
Lux 11
Honigmond Garden

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.
The Corner East
Lozek + Stütz

Where to eat in Berlin

Where to eat in Berlin
Gorki Park
A pinch of Russia somehow belongs to a trip to Berlin. For those that haven't visited the Russian disco at Café Burger or don't have a Vladimir Kaminer novel in their backpack have their last chance at experiencing the Russian style here at Gorki Park!        Everything is approached with the Russian couldn't-care-less attitude here. The service team is everything but nimble, yet they are friendly and Russian! The music is Russian, as well as the food and the beer. This is reason enough for students and artists to dub this place their second home, be it either for a látte, a beer or a vodka to finish off the week. There are twelve different Vodka sorts on offer here, but a sampling of all is only recommendable for the hardened types.     There's a Russian trick to vodka drinking: Always a bit to eat with every shot, at best a vinegar gherkin! Only by following this strict rule will your head remain somewhat clear and you will therefore have a chance at making it to breakfast the next morning. The breakfast here is legendary, particularly the brunch offered on weekends.
Golgatha
Engler`s Unikat

What to see in Berlin

What to see in Berlin
Unter den Linden
Berlin Museum Unter den Linden
Government Quarte
Platoon Gallery

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