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Your holidays in Berlin

Introduction to Berlin

Visiting Berlin is a unique experience. This mesmerising and vibrant city gets more and more addictive as you explore its streets and secrets.
Berlin is so alive and exciting that it’s become one of the most popular places to travel, and to live as well! It has a special bohemian artistic atmosphere mixed with chic bars and restaurants, in a way that you can feel creative and free spirited, but stylish at the same time.

This city’s history is really rich and fascinating. It has survived revolutions, Nazis, bombs, walls that divided the city in two… Every corner of Berlin has a lot to say!
In Endeus we help you discover the best spots in the city. Are you ready for the ride?

What to do in Berlin

When you think of a holiday in Berlin, most of the top attractions are museums and exhibitions. They’re so varied that you won’t get bored! Classical sculptures and architecture in the Pergamonmuseum, ancient pieces from Babylon and Egypt in the Museumsinsel, inspiring paintings in the Gemäldegalerie… Not to mention the fascinating street art! If you love graffiti you can’t miss the East Side Gallery. Although you will find beautiful murals just around every corner.
Other must-visit places to go in Berlin are the Brandenburg gate, the Berlin Wall or the labyrinthine Holocaust Memorial. You’ll need some history tips to appreciate all the details of these monuments. So, bring a good guide!

But if you’re looking for something unique, you need to experience Berlin’s crazy and wild nightlife. The best clubs in Europe are waiting for you! Electro-dance clubs, daytime partying, hedonistic environments… Prepare for the odd and the extravagant.
If you’re in the hunt for some adventure, the Spreepark, an abandoned dinosaur amusement park on the outskirts, will be perfect for you. The park is scattered with the remnants from the old dinosaur statues and children’s rides. It’s fascinating and spooky at the same time!

Where to stay in Berlin

Choosing the right holiday apartment in Berlin can be difficult. That’s why Endeus has a wide variety of houses for rent in different neighbourhoods so you can enjoy the perfect accommodation for you.
So, which neighbourhood is best for me? Depends on the kind of traveller you are.

Would you like to stay in the true heart of Berlin? Then rent an apartment in the Mitte, the centre of the city where you will be right next to the most popular sights.
Do you fancy something more classy? Charlottenburg will transport you to the royal past of Berlin, with amazing palaces, parks and old homes.
Maybe you are more into alternative places to stay. So take a look at the available apartments for rent in Friedrichshain or Kreuzberg. The first is the old worker’s quarter full of street musicians, bars, and discos. The second is the immigrant neighbourhood where the kebab was invented – says the legend.

Your holidays in Berlin will be unforgettable. Make the best of your trip with Endeus and stay in the perfect apartment for you and your family and friends.

Tips

• Most people tend to stick to the ‘well-travelled’ paths in Berlin and are often a little cautious of going a bit out of town, but please do so. The diversity of the alternative neighbourhoods is refreshing and allows you to really see the city. Try ‘hip’ Neukolln or further off path towards Wannsee to see suburban Berlin at its finest.

• Most people tend to stick to the ‘well-travelled’ paths in Berlin and are often a little cautious of going a bit out of town, but please do so. The diversity of the alternative neighbourhoods is refreshing and allows you to really see the city. Try ‘hip’ Neukolln or further off path towards Wannsee to see suburban Berlin at its finest.

• Public transport in Berlin is a little tricky and you must validate your ticket BEFORE you board any mode of transport. You can find validation machines next to the ticket vending machines. I am sure a local will help you if you are a bit confused.• The people in Berlin are often seen as very ‘direct’ by the way, so please do not think they are being rude because they are not. Locals just prefer to get the point quickly and not beat around the bush. So go ahead and ask them for help if you need it, but please remember that a direct answer is not a rude one.

• Littering is a big no-no here and will often result in a fine if caught. Berlin is very pro-active with recycling and some bars even offer a money-back scheme if you return the bottles to the bar.

• Berlin is adorned with amazing graffiti so don’t forget to take your camera to capture all the amazing artwork over the walls of the city.  There are graffiti tours if you feel like learning more about the ‘tagging’ that goes on.

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