Discover the German capital—a versatile, vibrant and always surprising metropolis in the heart of Europe.
With its 3.7 million inhabitants, Berlin is not only the political centre of Germany and the city where you can find sites of German history on almost every corner. With its many theatres, three opera houses, the Philharmonie and its diverse museum landscape, Berlin is also considered a cultural metropolis worldwide. It is also one of the most creative cities in Germany, with the numerous art galleries and a lively street art scene contributing to this image just as much as the start-up culture. In addition, there is a colourful and wild party scene with legendary clubs, such as the internationally famous and infamous Berghain.
At the same time, those who want to relax from the big-city hustle and bustle can do so at one of the approximately 3,000 lakes or in the 2,500 parks and recreational areas in and around Berlin. This makes Berlin the greenest capital city in Europe.
In international rankings, Berlin is repeatedly ranked as one of the most liveable cities in the world. The population growth in recent years speaks for itself: more and more people from all over the world are drawn to the capital.