Autumn in Berlin is a time when the vibrant food and cultural scene make the city an exciting place. Coming up are highlights such as the Festival of Light, as well as long-awaited new openings and musical performances. The Jazz Festival, which celebrates its 60th edition at the beginning of November, will once again present a variety of international musicians.
Not to be missed are the upcoming exhibitions at the Berlinische Galerie and the Museum Barberini Potsdam, showing the works of Edvard Munch. The sale of the combi-ticket and special group tickets has already started.
When in Berlin, you should not skip a visit to one of the wellness oases in the middle of the city or even stay overnight in a hotel with a first-class spa. Compared to other European metropolises, Berlin’s hotel industry still offers visitors an extremely attractive price-performance ratio.
What’s newBerlin – City of Photography Berlin is gaining even more attraction in the world of photographic art: In addition to the renowned exhibition spaces of C/O Berlin and the Museum of Photography, the city will receive another enhancement in September through Fotografiska. A diverse cultural program is planned, which will not only include photo exhibitions but also connect with the historical tradition of the former “Kunsthaus Tacheles”.
New Concert Season The upcoming season kicks off with many premieres, impressive performances, and exciting festivals. The music isn’t limited to just traditional concert halls – for instance, the Komische Oper Berlin will perform in Hangar 1 of the former Tempelhof Airport. The new programme of the German Symphony Orchestra allocates more works of previously overlooked female composers.