A perfect mix of vibrant city life in the German capital and the fascination of its natural surroundings make Berlin and Brandenburg a unique place to work and enjoy life. You will feel at home here – and appreciate wonderful landscapes at your doorstep.
The German Capital Region offers a wide range of leisure activities: 7,000 kilometres of cycle tracks, another 2,000 kilometres of hiking trails, 22 golf courses, more than 600 equestrian centres, 200 tennis clubs, 19 adventure pools, wellness facilities, Europe’s longest inline skating track and Europe’s largest network of waterways, including more than 3,000 lakes.
Brandenburg also offers an outstanding cultural landscape that includes more than five hundred palaces, manors and century-old churches, four opera houses, more than two hundred theatres, about eight hundred museums and galleries, several world-famous symphony orchestras, and an extremely diverse club and music scene.
Taken all together, the Berlin-Brandenburg region is an exciting place to live and work.