Here are the top things to do in Berlin for Autumn
Take a walk around Tiergarten
Tiergarten Park is Berlin’s green lung. Close to the city centre and bordering such major sights as the Brandenburg Gate or Potsdamer Platz, the forested grounds cover a spreading 210 hectares, nearly 519 acres – slightly more than Hyde Park. An ideal place to recharge your batteries on a break from some serious shopping or seeing the sights.
Read more about Tiergarten Park here.
Explore Berlin’s museums
Every first Sunday of the month, numerous Berlin museums open their doors for free and offer a varied program. Almost 60 institutions take part, so there is a topic for every taste, be it culture, art, design, nature or technology. Find out for yourself.
A list of the participating museums can be found here.
Visit the animals at Zoo Berlin
The oldest zoo in Germany and the aquarium are a highlight for the whole family. The Berlin Zoo is a superlative zoo! It is not only the oldest and most visited zoo in Germany, but also the most species-rich in the world. Since 2017 he has been known for his new Chinese residents, the panda couple Meng Meng and Jiao Qing and their two panda babies Meng Xiang and Meng Yuan, called Pit and Paule.
Read more about Berlin Zoo here.
Spend the night in a Berlin Hotel
Tourist travel has been allowed again a few months ago. Why travel far away when it is actually best at home? Treat yourself to an escape from your bubble in our modern Park Plaza Berlin Mitte or stay near the Kudamm in our art’otel berlin kudamm with art by Andy Warhol. The next morning you don’t have to serve breakfast or rinse it yourself and you can start a great day in Mitte or on the Kudamm.