Berlin

Berlin

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About Berlin

Berlin’s intoxicating mix of urban grit, old-school glamour and artistic expression make it one of the most dynamic cities in the world. Once divided between East and West, Berlin has now evolved into a unified and effortlessly cool city with a reputation for its party-hard spirit. Hip bars pull in a trendy crowd of locals and tourists, particularly in the Mitte and Charlottenburg districts, and if you delve into the nightlife scene you’ll discover everything from secret jazz clubs to boisterous beer halls, to intense all-nighter techno clubs.

As a city where creative freedom was born from repression, Berlin lives and breathes art, with hundreds of museums and galleries, as well as era-defining graffiti and street art from anti-government protestors in the 1960s. East Side Gallery is one of the best places to see street art, and it’s an iconic landmark – the longest outdoor art gallery in the world, extending 1.3km between Ostbahnof and Oberbaum Bridge. But Berlin’s bohemia is artfully balanced with an elegant and upmarket city vibe too, with grand luxury hotels and Michelin Star restaurants ensuring it keeps its chic European status.

Flying to Berlin for the Euros

Berlin’s Olympic Stadium will bring the curtain down on the tournament on 14 July when it hosts the final, and will also see three group stage games. Berlin’s famous Brandenburg Gate will be the centrepiece of its fan zone, framed by what organisers are billing as ‘the largest football goal in the world’, complete with big screens showing all the action. A fan park will also be in operation outside the Reichstag parliament building, another of Berlin’s most popular tourist spots – so fans can combine sightseeing with enjoying the tournament.

Leipzig

The biggest city in the former East Germany, Leipzig, was something of a footballing backwater until 2009 when soft drinks giant Red Bull took over a local team in the fifth tier and funded their promotion all the way to the top flight. 

It is the only host city that England definitely won’t play in, irrespective of where they finish in their group or how far in the tournament they go – but will nevertheless host some intriguing group stage clashes involving the likes of Portugal and France, before staging a last-16 fixture. 

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Language:German
Currency:Euro
Time zone:GMT +1 hour (GMT +2 hours in summer)
Flight time:1 hour 55 minutes
Airport code:BER
Holiday type:City Break

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