Winter in Berlin – Tips & Tricks for Young Tourists

Good morning Berlin – in summer tourists from all over the world come to the capital of Germany. Berlin offers a lot to art & culture enthusiasts. Museums islands, Spree trips, the fashion or the culinary corners impress every tourist. A city that always quakes, quakes with many events and exclusive specials for everyone. Berlin can be very successful. But in winter more and more travel fans are deterred from flying to Berlin.  It is unpleasantly cold and the city is often emptier than in summer. Of course there are no outdoor events. FIV Magazine has summarized as a Berlin lover, the best tips & tricks for the winter in Berlin. Enjoy Berlin in wintertime!

Art & Culture

Berlin is known for the best museums. In different parts of the city, there are small or bigger museums, which also entertain smaller and bigger people.

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Museum in Berlin

#1 GDR Museum

In history lessons everyone learns something about the world wars and the German past. Wouldn’t it be interesting if one could experience German history, not just reading it, but experiencing it? – The GDR Museum, hidden in Berlin Mitte and Spree, offers more. See, feel, hear and join in is what it’s all about here. The GDR Museum shows objectively and subjectively all facets of this time. With the permanent exhibition “Everyday Life of a Past State to Touch”, he invites visitors to rethink their knowledge and existing clichés by experiencing the past up close.

#2 German Historical Museum

Of course, especially for young tourists museums are not popular on vacation. But the German Historical Museum shows 8,000 exhibits that summarize 2,000 years of German history. Large halls are decorated with constantly changing exhibitions. In winter a pleasant walk through European history.

#3 German Museum of Technology

A subject for every man. Traffic, communication, production and energy technologies on over 25,000 square metres. Those interested in technology are in good hands here and can let themselves be inspired by the museum park.

Theatre & Opera in Berlin

The opera – perhaps a deterrent at first. But the trend is coming back. Berlin offers different locations to make yourself a fine evening. Various evening programmes offer something for every taste. Music with singing or orchestra, actors and daring costumes as well as interesting contents and realizations let you sweeten the winter evening in Berlin.

#1 German Opera
#2 Comic opera
#3 State Opera
#4 Neuköllner Opera

Berlin’s inhabitants can’t get enough of art and culture. For many, theatre evenings are a big part of winter. Smaller and larger groups present a play on each theme in different locations. Not only the shows are another possibility for cinema evenings. The locations are old theatres.

#1 German Theatre Berlin
#2 Berlin Ensemble
#3 Volksbühne Berlin
#4 Renaissance Theatre
#5 Schlosspark Theatre

Relaxation for the whole body

While the winter outside, forces every tourist to dress warmly, the body screams for relaxation. Where is there a better way than with wellness? – Take a sauna with a panoramic view or swim in Berlin’s oldest indoor swimming pool. Here are some places you’ve earned in winter.

  • Old hall in Charlottenburg – the Stadtbad Charlottenburg is not only a swimming pool. One of the most beautiful and oldest swimming pools in Germany. For all who want to swim or splash around, just the right thing
  • On the Havel – the new highlight in winter. The sauna raft is completely made of wood. While it winds outside, you sit with max. 4 persons next to a wood stove and can swim on the water
  • Hot Yoga & More – Meditation and relaxation at the end of the year. In Studio you can really relax here. There are different classes and from Pilates to Hot Yoga everything is included
  • Massage or Hamam – In the Titanic Hotel you can have a good time. In an oriental world with tea and fruit, you can have a good time in Berlin in the winter

Restaurant & Drinks

Of course, every tourist wants to visit the best places in Berlin. A culinary journey in international Berlin. There are an incredible number of cultures in Berlin, so it is difficult to know the best restaurants or bars. FIV has picked out some of the best restaurants and bars for you.

  • Herr Lindemann – offers cocktails of the finest class at Richardsplatz. Taste surprises and own creations increase your well-being here.
  • Traditional dishes are interesting for every tourist. In Germany people like to be delicious cheese noodles. At Peter Schlemihl you can enjoy typical German cuisine
  • Kreuzberg is the district of the young generation. Here’s everything you’d expect. At Pho Noodlebar in Kreuzberg you can enjoy the Asian cuisine and finally eat stress-free.
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Of course there is still much, much more to discover in winter. Berlin must not be underestimated. A stroll through Wedding, Kreuzberg, Neukölln or Charlottenburg and you will find places that are beautiful and tasty at the same time. Also around Weihachten, there are Christmas markets all over Berlin.

“YOU MY CHILD’S MADED TO BERLIN.” – Francis of Suppé