Brandenburg also offers an excellent environment to art lovers and culture aficionados. Apart from Potsdam’s buildings listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List, including Sanssouci Palace, the region offers an exceptional cultural landscape composed of more than five hundred palaces, parks and old churches.
Last but not least, the German Capital Region features four opera houses, nearly 200 theatres and more than 800 museums and galleries, as well as eight symphony orchestras, a large number of renowned choirs, and a multifaceted club and music scene.
Located in the middle of the German Capital Region, Berlin offers worldwide renowned cultural landmarks. Strolling along Unter den Linden Boulevard, you can appreciate major historic buildings such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Berlin Cathedral and the Gendarmenmarkt Square with the German and French cathedrals. Modern architecture is equally fascinating in Berlin.
Well-developed road and rail networks rapidly connect Berlin to the surrounding Brandenburg region: Germany’s largest public transport network ensures perfect mobility for about six million people.