Berlin is the second-largest city in Europe and one of the most historically-rich tourist destinations in the entire world. History buffs, architecture aficionados, and lovers of late night techno dance halls all flock to Berlin to see what the city has to offer.
Popular attractions include the Berlin Wall, Brandenburg Gate (an eighteenth-century monument once seen as the symbol of a divided city and a divided world), the Reichstag Building (a building that has weathered the lowest points of German history and still stands today) and the world-renowned Pergamon history museum that houses artifacts such as the Pergamon Altar and the Ishtar Gate of Babylon. Berlin's culture is one of change. Almost completely destroyed in the final phases of WWII, much of the city is relatively new. However, there are a few reminders of both pre-WWII and pre-Cold War Germany that put the city's transformations into perspective.
Berlin is full of good neighborhoods for tourists looking for accommodations. Choose Charlottesburg for shopping and a quiet, classic feel. Friedrichshain is a little more bustling and gives guests easy access to the Berlin Wall and some of the city's best nightlife. Mitte is a centrally-located neighborhood for the sightseer as most of the city's main attractions are close by. Kreuzberg is a cheaper, more alternative neighborhood with strong immigrant influences and great food variety.
As for weather, think of Berlin like an American Northeastern city. Warm weather makes city walks much easier, but many say that Berlin at Christmas time is nothing sort of magical.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Berlin. The hottest month in Berlin is May, when temperatures peak at 100 ˚F. The coolest month is January, when temperatures drop to 11 ˚F. The wettest month in Berlin is May with 4.03 inches of rain, while the driest month is October with 0.09 inches of rain.
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