Reasons to Head East for a Big Weekend
It’s easy to get around: at weekends Berlin’s extensive public transport network (S-Bahn, U-Bahn, buses and trams) runs 24 hours. Hail a cab in the street and ask for a ‘kurzstrecke’—this will get you a ride of up to 2km for just 5 Euro—perfect for getting back to your hotel after a night out. Alternatively, ask us to arrange your private chauffeured vehicle.
'Ask us to arrange your private chauffeured vehicle.'
Stay in a hotel located right in the heart of the Mitte district, near Torstrasse, Museum Island, Hackesche Market and Friedrichstrasse. You’ll be based a short distance from Berlin’s fashion designer boutiques, trendy bars and a huge range of international restaurants and traditional Berlin courtyards.
Alternatively, stay in a quiet zone in Berlin’s vibrant district Friedrichshain. Relax in modern comfort in a 4 star hotel, including a fitness area with a sauna, which is perfect after an exciting day of sightseeing and activities.
Enjoy a mash-up of the Crystal Maze and the Cube, it's a race against the clock as you find the clues, solve the puzzle and try to break out of the locked room. This is a fun and challenging activity that can only be won if you and your mates work together to solve the clues. As the minutes tick by and you remain locked in the cell-like room, will you have what it takes to escape?
Discover about German beer on your very own private guided brewery tour. The tour is a great chance to see how some great German beers are made, alongside getting a very important taste of the delicious beverage.
Explore the last relics of Marxism-Leninism in Berlin. The Berlin Trabi Safari is the insider tour for everyone who wants to see Berlin in one of these unique old vehicles. You will get to see some of Berlin's top sites such as Potsdamer Platz, Checkpoint Charlie, Brandenburg Gate, Museum Island and Unter den Linden. Experience up close and in person the history of the divided city and its way to the future.
'Discover about German beer on your very own private guided brewery tour.'
Did we mention the beer? The Beer is great. The long tables and benches in Berlin’s Biergärten (April to September) and Bierkeller (during winter) are perfect for groups on tour.
Fancy a seriously long bar crawl? Or just picky when it comes to picking somewhere? You’ve come to the right place. Berlin has a LOT of bars and very few are bad. From Absinthe to margaritas, Biergärten to wine bars, (and let’s not forget that the cafés here serve alcohol too) Berlin is a city that knows how to drink.
The partying is seriously cool. There are literally thousands of achingly cool places to hang out and party.
In summer, head for a beach bar on the River Spree, with a floating swimming pool and yoga classes (and saunas in the winter). After dark, Berlin has so many clubs to choose from, but don’t miss some of the famous riverside clubs, which are particularly great in summer.
It has spectacular food: It’s not all Bratwurst—Berlin has a seriously international gastronomic scene and dining en-masse is positively encouraged. From pizza to sushi, burgers to schnitzel, tapas, Turkish and curry (Thai or Indian), Berlin has it all.
After your big night out, do breakfast Berlin-style. Brunch is huge here, especially on the weekends. Most cafés serve breakfast till late afternoon and many offer a weekend brunch buffet. Eggs, cheese, cooked meats and sausage, yoghurt, fruit, cake and bread in every conceivable form comes piled high.