Category: Berlin things to see and do
Babelsberg and The Blue Angel. Revisit the Classic German Film Studio Era at Media City Babelsberg. It is certainly no secret that Berlin is a well-established film city. Approximately 300 new movies are made here every year. It is home to hundreds of film and television production companies, film and dubbing studios – dubbing being a big industry in Germany – and Berlin’s center for the cinematic arts at the Filmhaus on Potsdamer Platz which brings together the Film Museum of the German Film Archive Foundation and the German Film and Television Academy. And, of course, the annual Berlin International Film Festival, also known as the “Berlinale”, is one of the most prestigious film festivals in Europe and the world. But whenever making reference to film and Berlin, the nearby Babelsberg film studio in Potsdam is the real gem in the crown of German film making industry, both then and now.
Visiting Germany for its Christmas markets and missing the Berlin Christmas Market might be one of your biggest mistakes. However, you might be tight pressed to make a particular choice since Berlin, the capital of Germany, boasts of no less than sixty Christmas markets where you can go along with your family and indulge in both fun and shopping.
Berlin hop-on hop-off tour allows you to hop-on and off as many times as you like aboard open top double decker buses. There are 16 stops around Berlin, and buses departs every 10 minutes in Summer or 15 minutes in Winter.
There’s no better way to see the sights and learn the history of Berlin than by joining a bike tour! You get to have fun and socialize, have some exercise and be entertained by your knowledgeable guide. It will be the best day you’ll spend in Berlin!
Take a cruise on the River Spree for the perfect introduction to Berlin’s famous sights and varied architecture. With a choice of morning or afternoon cruises, it’s the best way to see a different side to Berlin and escape the summer heat.
Settle in for an Evening at Charlottenburg Palace, with dinner, a self-guided palace tour and concert featuring the Berlin Residence Orchestra included. This tour regularly sells out weeks in advance, so with a choice of four seating categories available, book ahead of time to avoid disappointment!