Your group stay in Berlin
With almost 4 million inhabitants, Berlin is one of Europe's largest cities. And, while it has had a complicated recent history, since the fall of the Wall, Berlin has become a very popular destination. It is now easy to access. Although its new Willy Brandt airport is somewhat behind schedule and will not be operational until around 2020, the city is very well served by Tegel and Schönefeld airports. They offer international connections with most of the major cities in Europe and the world. Trains and cars are other alternatives to reach Berlin. The city is a real crossroads in Germany and there are many access roads. Without forgetting its past, the city has rebuilt itself to become one of the most creative cities in the world, sometimes evoking the New York of the 1980s. As a result, it has become a very popular destination. Its offer of accommodation and hotels for groups has therefore adapted to this demand. It is now easy to find a hotel to organize your group trip to Berlin. And at all prices. The cost of living in Berlin is low for a major European capital. You can therefore find hotels for cheap groups there. Groupcorner makes it easy for you by pre-selecting the best group hotels in Berlin. Be careful, every year, for 15 days in October, the city hosts a festival of lights. Every evening, luminous projections highlight the city's monuments. During these two weeks, it is much more difficult to find a hotel in Berlin.
Not so long ago, Berlin was divided in two and was the symbol of an Eastern Europe deprived of its freedom. Since the fall of the wall in 1989, Berlin seems to have been trying to make up for lost time. The city has become a real melting pot where creators from all over the world flock. In all contemporary artistic fields, Berlin is incredibly dynamic and a benchmark. Electro concerts, contemporary art exhibitions, etc. Impossible to get bored in Berlin. By organizing your group stay in Berlin, your group will discover a city in constant evolution. If your group has more classic desires, Berlin is also an open-air museum where the Reichstag, the remains of the wall and Check Point Charlie tell the painful 20th century in Germany. But history has also left majestic memories in Berlin. Don't miss the opportunity to visit Charlottenburg Castle, influenced by Versailles, or the museum island on the Spree, which brings together a unique collection of 5 museums covering more than 6000 years of art.