Warm Experiences on a Berlin Vacation
Moving on from historic hotels to new neighborhoods, the Art District is really cool and up-and-coming area that offers restaurants, shops, and galleries. This is where you can see walls of graffiti brightening courtyard paths in a charming way. Berlin also offers good shopping from local boutiques and also the world-famous KaDeWe, which opened its doors in 1907. It now has 60,000 square meters of sales floors, which include a legendary delicatessen department on the entire sixth floor.
The countless restaurants and bars operate the famous nightlife and music scene, including clubs that open on Friday night and close on Monday. The word is that people stay there partying nonstop the entire three days, but you wouldn’t find me there… at least not anymore! Instead, I enjoyed the beautiful lounges and bars that offer a more laid-back atmosphere with creative drinks made by mixologists.
With history, shopping, restaurants, nightlife, and more, there is so much to do on a Berlin vacation that you can keep busy for days. No matter what you do there, Berlin is a must-see for every traveler. You’re in a city that was such big part of our world history, and you understand it a little more by staying there. Being able to tour the actual sites where historic events took place make a stay in Berlin all-the-more interesting and important. And, wonderfully, you depart Berlin knowing that the people are really kind. You truly made friends and you feel their sincere appreciation that you visited their city. It is a city that is still standing after so much devastation. It is a city that is loved by its people, and, as you’re leaving Berlin, you easily can see why. I know because I’ve seen it myself.