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© Berlin Food Week

Berlin is Germany's culinary capital

Berlin, 28.9.2022
With the Berlin Food Week and eat!Berlin Berlin starts into the culinary autumn

© Foto: Marko Seifert

Berlin is Germany's culinary capital

Berlin, 29.7.2022
Berlin shines in the "50 Best" ranking with two restaurants and the title of the best patissier in the world

© Getty Images, Foto: Tamboly Photodesign / Aurora Pho

Berlin holds fifth place among metropolises in the "Global Destination Sustainability Index"

Berlin, 9.11.22
According to the "Global Destination Sustainability Index," Berlin is one of the 30 most sustainable destinations in the world

© visitBerlin, Foto: Fotoagentur Wolf, freiheitswerke

Shopping in Berlin

Berlin, November 2022
Shopping in Berlin is as extraordinary as the city itself - especially cool in winter and at Christmas time

© visitBerlin, Foto: Mo Wüstenhagen

Short distances for guests: sustainably discover Berlin's neighbourhoods within a 15-minute radius of the hotel

Berlin, 4.11.2022
Concept of the 15-minute city is applied to tourism in Berlin for the first time

© visitBerlin, Foto: Mo Wüstenhagen

"Rethink Tourism" - Berlin on World Tourism Day

Berlin, 26.9.2022
Berlin is becoming one of the most sustainable city break destinations in Europe

© © Stiftung Berliner Schloss – Humboldt Forum, Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz

Berlin's new center completed: East wing of the Humboldt Forum opens

Berlin, 16.9.2022
A magnet for tourists: Around 20,000 exhibits on 16,000 square meters can now be experienced in full