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Children´s Museum Berlin

The Children´s Museum in Berlin is a non-profit institution with activities designed for the youngest ones.

Tiergarten Berlin

Tiergarten is the biggest park in Berlin. It´s located in the city centre and it has over 500 acres to have a good time.

Legoland Berlin

Legoland Berlin is one of the best parks in the German city. Perfect to spend a day of family fun.


Berlinale is one of the most important film festivals in the world where they present some of the most important titles every year.

German Unity Day in Berlin

Every year between the 1st and 3rd of October, the Germans celebrate their reunification with events in Berlin and other cities in the country.

JazzFest Berlin

JazzFest in Berlín is one of the most famous jazz festivals in the world. It takes place at the beginning of November.

Spielzeit´europa Berlin

From the second fortnight in October, this classical theatre and dance festival takes place in Berlin with artists who have come from all over the world.

Festival of Lights in Berlin

During the second fortnight in October, Berlin shines with this spectacular festival of lights.

Whisky Autumn: Whiskey Festival in Berlin

When you watch a cowboy film, everyone´s drinking whiskey. If you think of Lemmy from Motorhead, he´s never stopped drinking whiskey. Parties, losses, celebrations, deflations… whiskey has always known how to feed the fire of so many drunken times which has been part of our every day life. The history of whiskey is long and deep, and it´s possible that it began to be distilled in Mesopotamia, around the year 2BC, by the Babylonians, with distilled aromas and perfumes. And so, the process of distillation was taken from Africa to Europe by the moors and its use began to spread among the monasteries, especially for medicinal use in the treatment for paralysis, colics and smallpox. As it was to be expected, from 1100 until 1300, the distillation process spread around England and Scotland, with distilleries existing in monasteries in Ireland from the 12th century. As well, because both islands have few vineyards for wine production, wheat beer was used instead of it, thus the appearance of whiskey. What´s true is that today, whiskey is one of the most drunk alcoholic beverages in all continents. Imagine a party where there´s not a single shot of whiskey available, it would be completely boring. There are so many versions of whiskey as there are of beer. They say that the first versions of whiskey were so strong that they were dangerous., and it didn´t happen until someone, by chance, opened an abandoned barrel that had been so for many years. Whisky Autumn Festival in Berlin is another chance to have a good time with friends and to try the best whiskey from...