C’mon guys, cheer up – It might be pouring
at times in Berlin, still there are many fun activities to check out on your trip – no
matter what the weather! If you start your tour in West Berlin you
will find yourself close to one of the biggest public aquariums. Less than ten minutes walking distance from
the subway-Station Zoologischer Garten you can almost litterally dive into the exotic world of around 800 different fish species, corals, and reptiles It’s a great place to go especially for
families. Discover the world of reef sharks, exotic
jellyfish, crocodiles and turtles and …well let the kids find out themselves. Make sure to take at least 2 hours of time
– there is so much wildlife to discover. Need more information about your trip? There is a tourist information center nearby
in the Mall “Europa Center”, where you can also buy Your Berlin Welcome Card, which gives you a 25% discount on more than 200 attractions in Berlin, including the Aquarium. Good news: Don’t even worry about public
transport tickets: once you purchased the Welcome Card for your stay from 2-6 days,
you can use all trains and busses for free. Definitely the best way to get from a to b
on a rainy day. If you are going to get wet anyway– why
not in Liquidrom saltwater Spa. At least the water here is warm and soothing,
you can relax in the moonlight, listen to music underwater, take a himalaya
sauna and frolic through the japanese outdoor area. The Liquidrom is the perfect place to unwind
after you have been shopping or traveling throughout the city all day. So be sure to bring your swimsuit and bathrobe,
even though the sun might not be shining right now. Need guidance through downtown? Download the free Going Local App to quickly
arrive at your next destination and discover tours, recommendations and personal tips on your iPhone and android device. Forgot your rain jacket? How about a shopping trip! We collected the best shopping possibilities
in the info card top right. Besides several huge malls around downtown,
the Bikini Berlin is Germany’s first concept mall to provide a next level shopping experience. Amongst flagship stores and exciting boutiques,
you can also get an idea of what the pulsating startup scene of Berlin is about to bring
up – hip new brands present their products in wooden pop-up boxes within the mall. Once you are done – treat yourself to a
cup of coffee and a magnificent view on Berlin on the 10th floor of the 25 hours hotel right next to bikini The large terrace offers a great place to
relax. Another great way to spend a rainy day is
to check out the colorful market history. Beside the several unique market places, the Armeniusmarkthalle in Moabit is one of the must-see addresses. No, you did not enter a cathedral. Still, take a look at that architecture and
find dozens of traders selling their local products, organic food, tasty and sweet
delicacies from all over the place. It’s open from Monday to Saturday until
10 p.m. Alright, let’s face it: there is just too
many awesome museums in Berlin to only pick one. However, one great place to explore is the
museum of Technology in the district of Kreuzberg. Expect an exciting travel through time and
examine hundreds of real historic aircrafts, ships & trains. The attached science center offers many exciting
experiments disclosing fascinating phenomena of our world to both kids and grownups. Haven’t found your perfect activity yet? Open up your Berlin Welcome Card booklet and subscribe to the channel we will update you with more highlights and insights for your upcoming trip. Check the videos to learn how to find the
fastest way from the airport or have your personal sightseeing tour for free!