BERLIN – city of museums and memorials
“You’re crazy, my child, you have to go to Berlin.” (Franz von Suppé) – Berlin is considered to be a creative, hip and cultural city, shaped by a diverse range of museums and places with cultural significance that has no equal.
Berlin embodies the union of modern age and tradition. The cityscape is characterized by hip scene districts as well as numerous historical places. Diversity, openness and enthusiasm for history and new trends shape the image of the capital and reflect the mentality of its inhabitants. Berlin is the hotspot for art and culture enthusiasts of all generations!
The capital holds more than 175 museums – some known far beyond the country’s borders. As part of the World Heritage, the imposing architectural ensemble of the Museumsinsel houses the Alte Museum, the Neues Museum, the Alte Nationalgalerie, the Bode-Museum and the Pergamonmuseum. Memorials such as the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe with the Information Center and the Berlin Wall enrich the cultural landscape of Berlin and attract culture enthusiasts from all over the world.