Berlin, the city that was once known for its divorce, because of its fascinating history and architecture, is now a steadfast unity and a very modern metropolis where you can experience the unique German lifestyle and the many museums, public squares and festivals of the city.
The German capital has about 3.5 million inhabitants and is divided into twelve districts, each with a unique style and character. Many visitors travel through the city train with typical German efficiency directly at the Museuminsel in Mitte, which is on the Welterbe list.
In this museum island are five institutions of international standing: the Pergamonmuseum (with historical buildings), the Bode Museum (the ancient and Byzantine sculptures), the famous Old Museum, the New Museum and the Old National Gallery. It is one of the cultural top regions of Europe.