10 sites to check before heading to Berlin


Berlin, cultural and artistic leading city is also an alternative to the capital and trendy nightlife. If the millions of visitors who walk every year the German capital, you're thinking about starting, here are the 10 sites to check to best prepare your stay.

Discover Berlin

1. The site of the city of Berlin
The official website of the City of Berlin covers all aspects of living in the German capital: historical and cultural presentation, monuments and museums to visit, accommodation, best places to shop and events on the agenda of the city.

  • The website www.berlin.de

    2. Site of the tourist office in Berlin
    Find the official website of the tourist office in Berlin all the information necessary to discover and make the most of the German capital: Where to stay? Where to eat ? Or out? Have to do ? Getting around maps and guides, good shots, weather, shopping, different types of passes, excursions and walks, sports activities, events calendar, etc ... The site also allows online book your accommodation.

    • The website www.visitberlin.de

      3. Tourist Office of Germany
      The official tourism website in Germany, it is clear, beautiful, full of ideas, and French. Find many practices and travel information for historical and cultural presentation, monuments and museums to visit, ideas itineraries, accommodations, recipes, best places to shop and events .

      • www.germany.travel/fr

        Blogs on Berlin

        4. Berlin teammate
        The blog of a lover of Berlin who divides his time between Berlin and France. It contains many personal and chronic categorized: architecture, culture, exhibitions, eat, practice ... A very complete blog, ideal to see the city in an original and intimate corner, away from the traditional travel guides ...

        • blog: berlin.equipier.com

          5. Good Morning Berlin
          A blog about the hidden and unusual places in Berlin. Amazing addresses to go out, visit, explore and live in the German capital, a site definitely off the beaten track on a city that holds surprises and place apart.

          • blog: www.goodmorningberlin.com

            6. Generation Berlin
            The blog of a young French expatriate in Berlin, the many personal and chronic found there about life in Berlin, ideal to see the city in an original and intimate corner. If you want fresh news from Berlin this blog is for you.

            • blog: generationberlin.mondoblog.org

              7. Beer, Berlin and Rock'n Roll
              Tata Nat lives in Berlin and writes articles staggered on his blog aptly named: Beer, Berlin and Rock'n 'Roll. You'll understand here not visit Budenstag issue or island museum, Tata Nat rather talks about his favorite bars and clubs, or where beer flows freely and beats clap loudly.

              • blog: www.biere-berlin-et-rocknroll.com

                Go to Berlin

                8. Air Berlin
                The second German airline serves many cities in Germany and four airports in France: Calvi, Nice, Paris (Roissy and Orly). Prices are less variable than the train (a round trip by train with SNCF between 45 and 300 €). A journey from Paris to Berlin (return) Air Berlin costs on average between 150 and 200 €.

                • The website www.airberlin.com

                  See also www.lufthansa.com
                  9. DB BAHN, the German rail network
                  Deutsche Bahn is the public railway company in Germany, is the largest in Europe after Russia, as the length of its network by the turnover. easily book your next trip by train in Germany and Europe on the Deutsche Bahn website.

                  • The website www.bahn.com

                    Find accommodation in Berlin

                    10. Oh Berlin
                    This site lists various types of accommodation in Berlin hotels, hostels, apartments. It also provides many practical and tourist information on the German capital. The offer of accommodation is wide and diverse, and plugs well detailed hotels; retail facilities, prices, and attractions nearby, some book click next stay.

                    • The website www.oh-berlin.com

                      see also: Airbnb: Community Platforms shaped to rent accommodation directly to individuals. A good alternative to hotels for budget travelers, and a particularly interesting solution in large cities like Berlin where supply is abundant.