Skip to main content

The end of the state of emergency has made it clear that this year, more than ever, we are going back to travel and get to know other destinations. We propose a 48-hour getaway to Berlin.

Booking with a ready-made plan is one of the trends that is here to stay, as we are increasingly more in favour of packages with experiences already organised at home and thus avoid improvisation. We have prepared an unforgettable itinerary to visit the third most visited destination in Europe: Berlin.

We propose a series of activities that will take place over the next 3 months, along with a selection of restaurants ranging from tasting menus with Michelin Star, to delicious proposals for the most veggies, followed by Sky bars to enjoy the sunset in the city. Spend an afternoon contemplating art, and if you prefer to enjoy nature while practising sport, playing golf could be a good option. All this while enjoying all the comforts and services in exclusive hotels.

Berlin Botanical Night: discover the city’s green lung

This year from 16 to 17 July, you can’t miss the magic of Berlin’s botanical night. With its 43 hectares and more than 20,000 plant species, this Berlin facility is one of the most important botanical spaces in the world.

In the botanical night you can enjoy the forest of joy, the garden of wisdom, the swirling meadows, the silent mountains, the tree of hope, the dark forest, the Funkeltal, the fountain of seduction, the palace of mirrors and the idyll of illusion.

Apart from melting into nature, the botanical garden has several surprises in store for you that will turn a magical night into an unforgettable one. The entrance time is at 17:00h..

Price 16 July and 17 July (single days): 35,20€.

Address: Koenigin-Luise-Strasse 6-8 14195 Berlin

BERLINALE: Berlin’s film culture 

From 9 to 20 June Berlin’s biggest cultural and film exhibition takes place: the Berlinale. After a long period of work on the part of the Berlinale team and uncertainty on the part of the audience, this June this special edition of the festival has finally come to fruition.

This festival has a powerful diversity of content, and its contemporary approach gives it a broader point of view. During this year’s screening, films such as Xavier Beauvois’ Albatros, Tracey Deer’s Frijoles, Christope Cogne’s À pas aveugles (From Where Did They Stand), among others, will be shown.

Ticket prices are not yet available, but the presale starts on 3 June.

The film screenings will alternate locations, as some of the screenings will take place outdoors.



Bandol sur Mer in Berlin Mitte: French cuisine with 7-course menu

It started as a small kebab shop in the heart of Berlin, and is probably thesmallest Michelin-starred restaurant in Germany. With a seating capacity of 18, head chef Andreas Saul offers French cuisine with a7-course menu and a selected wine list.

They work with proximity products. From fruit and vegetable producers to livestock farmers and fishermen who bring them fresh produce.


Bandol sur Mer restaurant.

It is named after the famous wine region of Bandol on the Côte d’Azur in the south of the small port town of Provence.


Terrace Bandol sur Mer Photo: @Michelin

The terrace will be open from 3 June.

Price: All dishes 139€. The smallest menu is €85. There is a supplement of €22 on request for the “Trout 25 ponds”, and a supplement of €32 if you order the Pork. There is no menu for ordering single dishes.

Address: Torstraße 167 – Berlin Mitte 10115

Einsuternull: local products in the centre of the capital 

Located in the historic heart of Berlin, between the metropolitan Friedrichstraße and the bustling Hauptbahnhof, they offer space for 35 diners. It is distinguished by its support for sustainability and extraordinary quality of its local products, interpreting traditional dishes, with drinks created by themselves..

This deservedly Michelin-starred chef has reorganised his culinary philosophy by placing Berlin at the centre of his inspiration.


Restaurant Einsuternull in Berlin.

Since then, together with chef Silvio Pfeufer and manager and sommelier Ivo Ebert, they have been on a quest to answer the question “what is Berlin” in the most direct and tasty way with their dishes alone. Apart from having its own selection of wines, the restaurant has 430 different varieties from Austria, Italy, Spain and France.


Starter from the restaurant Einsuternull.

For gourmet food you can walk from the centre of Berlin, which is only a 7-minute drive away.

Price: Approximately the 6-course menu is priced at 139€.

Address: Hannoversche Strasse 1 10115 Berlin-Mitte

Cookies Cream: the best veggie restaurant in town with a Michelin star 

For veggies we recommend the gastronomy of the Cookies Cream restaurant, which defines itself as a tradition that merges with the future. At Cookies Cream they have created Michelin-starred haute cuisine with traditional products.


Interior of the Cookies Cream restaurant.

Additionally, the restaurant offers wine pairings, or with non-alcoholic drinks. So if you fancy a wine pairing without being affected by alcohol, and so you can continue your visit to Berlin, you can do so at Cookies Cream.

Cookies-Cream-veggie-berlin-magazine-horse copia

Left: Mixed turnip dumplings. Center: Quail egg truffle potato cream & brioche. Right: Caviar.

Price: The 5-course menu is priced at 79€, the 6-course menu at 89€ and the 7-course menu at 99€.

Address: Behrenstraße 55, 10117 Berlin, Germany

Katz Orange: meeting place for creative people in Berlin-Mitte

Formerly a brewery, the interior combines rustic furniture with ethnic elements from South America.

The food is a fusion of Brandenburg and South America, where Brandenburg venison tartare or goat quark with quinoa falafel converge. Although the successful speciality of the house is found under the heading “Slow Cooking” on the menu where Duroc pork is roasted for 12 hours at a low temperature and served with its own sauce, or the salted prairie lamb and the barnyard ribs of free-range cattle.


Terrace of the Katz Orange restaurant.

All ingredients are regional. In case of doubt, the dishes are described in the menu together with the supplier who has provided the product.

This restaurant is also known for one of the house cocktails “Grape me” which combines the grape liqueur Pisco with basil and mint, or one of the liqueurs from small German distilleries.

Price: The average price per person is 50€ and currently only the terrace is open.

Address: Bergstraße 2210115  Berlin.

Rooftop of the Hotel De Rome: a cocktail with height

As the sky fades to pink sunset hues, order a “Touch the Sky”, the name of the cocktail that’s inspired by Berlin’s best views; a light but fragrant blend of Belsazar Rosé vermouth, fresh strawberries and champagne.


Rooftop hotel De Rome.

A fragrant terrace, surrounded by lavender and bamboo and overlooking the historic Bebelplatz, with views of the great dome of St. Hedwig’s Cathedral and the splendour of the columns of the State Opera House and the Brandenburg Gate.


Rooftop hotel De Rome at night.

As the summer evening progresses, you can continue to enjoy a beautiful sunset dinner with friends or your partner, where you can choose from a selection of seafood dishes to refreshing salads or delicious sandwiches served with sweet potato fries.

It’s the best plan to warm up and continue our premium express trip through Berlin. Can you guess what the next stop will be?

Open every day during the summer and weekend evenings in winter (from 7pm to 9pm) and reservations are not accepted.

Address: Behrenstraße 37, 10117 Berlin, Germany

A-Rosa: The most demanding golf course in Germany

This wonderful golf course is the most demanding in Germany, so if you are already a fan of the sport, test yourself at the A-ROSA resort.


Golf course of the A-ROSA resort.

In case you’ve never tried the sport before, don’t worry, the resort’s own school will help you find your best swinging techniques. The course is on the outskirts of Berlin, and although it’s the closest outdoor course in the area, it’s about an hour’s drive away.

Address: Parkallee115526 Bad Saarow.

The Zoo Hotel and its spectacular rooftop Grace: the terrace of celebrities

The Zoo Hotel is an antique jewel polished and redesigned by the hands of Dayna Lee. The designer has ensured that the hotel does not lose its historic character. The style that now pleases her is a mix between New York and London elegance, preserving a lot of detail and paying attention to all the small elements that make up the hotel to give it its significant character.


Living Room of the Zoo Hotel.

This magnificent hotel not only stands out for its fusion of design, but also for the facilities it has and the gastronomy it offers.


Zoo Hotel Suite.

At the end of this month, the terrace will reopen its doors to the charms of several celebrities such as Bradd Pitt. Just a 15-minute drive from the Opera, you can find these wonderful views.


Rooftop of the Grace Restaurant in Berlin.

On the Grace’s rooftop, you can enjoy a cocktail and a great barbecue. The best thing about the dinner? The incredible views of Berlin. Don’t rule out running into a famous face on the rooftop, as it’s a connoisseur and bearer of celebrity glamour.

Price: 20€ cocktail.

Address: GRACE Restaurant & Bar, Kurfürstendamm 25, 10719 Berlin, Germany

Hotel Mandala: Rest in the most exclusive way

If you want to make the most of your stay and ensure you get the best room in town, this is the hotel for you. The Mandala Hotel offers 158 studios and suits just a 6-minute walk from the Philharmonie Berlin.


Suit of the Mandala Hotel Berlin.

These suits are accommodated in such a way that the guest does not miss a single element. Hotel Mandala is a modern home away from home, located in the heart of Berlin.


Outside lounge of the Facil restaurant of the Mandala Hotel.

Price: varies from 180€ to 3,870€ per night.

Hotel address: Potsdamer Strasse 3, 10785 Berlin – MITTE


Art in Berlin is a must. Visiting the different museums and corners of Berlin will fan you with a wonderful cultural sensation. A stroll along Auguststrasse will open the doors to many of the galleries and art exhibitions. Here are the galleries and art exhibitions that you can currently or will soon be able to visit in Berlin.

Berlinische: first stop in Berlin art 

The Berlinische Museum brings together modern and contemporary art, in fact the works preserved in the museum date back to this period. In this museum you will not only discover Berlin’s art history, but its exhibitions also bring to life the German Empire, the Weimar Republic, the National Socialist dictatorship, the new beginning after 1945 and the Cold War.


Edward Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz, The Art Show, 1963-77

Some of the themes they are currently dealing with are: abstraction as a language of freedom, the emergence of the modern era, architecture after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, and returning to the figure, among others.

Price: 10€ admission, reduced price to 7€ with special conditions, on Mondays 6€ and if you are under 18 years old you have free admission.

Address: Alte Jakobstrasse 124-128 10969 Berlin

Boros and Feuerle: the most exclusive contemporary art can be found in bunkers 

The private collections Boros and Feuerle are a total experience for the senses.

The Boros collection includes groups of works by international artists dating from 1990 to the present day. Its most curious point is its location. The Boros Collection is housed in a renovated 3000 square metre bunker. This element lends the exhibition a mysterious and unique aspect. Martin Boyce, Andreas Eriksson and Guan Xiao are three of the artists currently exhibited in the gallery.


Photo: Boros Collection by NOSHE in Berlin.

Feuerle’s collection offers unique experiences such as the millennial Chinese incense ceremony. This collection is made up of various pieces such as stone, bronze and wooden khmers from the 7th and 13th centuries, and furniture and lacquerware recovered from China’s imperial era. This collection, like the Boros collection, is located in a bunker, in this case from the Second World War.


Colección Feuerle, en un antiguo búnker de Berlín

Both collections require an appointment before attending, as passes are very limited and exclusive.

Opening hours Feuerle collection: Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 14:00h to 18:00h.

Opening hours Boros collection: Thursday from 15:00h to 18:30h, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10:00h to 18:30h.

Ticket price in Feuerle: 22€.

Ticket price in Boros: 18€.

Address Feuerle: Hallesches Ufer 7010963  Berlin.

Address Boros: BOROS Foundation gemeinnützige GmbH Reinhardtstrasse 20 10117 Berlin

BanhofMuseum of contemporary art

Since Friday, May 21, the Banhof museum has reopened its doors. As its name warns, the Hamburger Banhof originated for a totally different destination, and is that it was put into operation in December 1846 as a terminus of railway line between Hamburg and Berlin.

Currently one of the exhibitions running is “The Horse with Blinkers” by Xinyi Cheng. In the artist’s practice male figures are often the focus of attention. His emerging style represent both tender and intimate moments and disconcerting moments.


Xinyi Cheng. The horse with blinders, view from the exhibition Hamburger Bahnhof, by Xinyi Cheng, courtesy of the artist / Balice Hertling.

Visiting this museum, you will not only enjoy the exhibited works of the different artists, but also the history of the museum itself, as it is the only historical building of the station of that time in the city.


Foyer of the Banhof Museum in Berlin.

Hours:  Monday closed
Tuesday to Friday: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Saturdays and Sundays: 11:00 am to 6:00 pm

Price: 8€ standard ticket, 4€ if you are a student.

Address: Invalidenstraße 50-51, 10557 Berlin

DTHERE: The exhibition at the Potsdamer Platz.

In honor of one of the most influential artists of the contemporary art world, the Dalí exhibition opens this July.


Dalí” Museum in Berlin.

The exhibition will feature Dali’s first lithographic piece “Don Quixote”, the entire series of sketches of Tristan and Isolde, Dante’s cycle of “The Divine Comedy“, the sculpture “Surrealist Angel” and illustrations of his journey through life titled “50 years of surrealism“. The exhibition will be on view from July through August, but the museum has not yet released specific dates.

Horario: Monday to Sunday from 12.00h to 18:00h.

Price: The normal ticket is priced at €9.50, and the guided tour in English is priced at €14.

Address: Leipziger Platz 7 10117 Berlin

Images provided by the establishments mentioned above and by Visit Berlin.