Find out interesting facts about your stay in Berlin here.

Berlin is the capital and a state of the Federal Republic of Germany. With around 3.8 million inhabitants, it is the most populous city in Germany and, at 892 square kilometers, the largest municipality in Germany and the most populous city in the European Union.

Facts about Berlin


Capital City


DACHSER & KOLB: Population


3.80 million

DACHSER & KOLB: Surface Area

Surface Area

554.14 mi² or 891.80 km²

Partyscene in Berlin

Berlin's vibrant nightlife is undoubtedly one of the most exciting in the world. Well-known clubs such as Berghain and Watergate attract renowned international DJs and are permanent destinations for night owls. But the city has much more to offer for partygoers and party animals. Discover the club guide for Berlin with detailed descriptions and addresses of the most fascinating locations as well as recommendations for unforgettable party nights.

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Multicultural Berlin

Frankfurt am Main, often referred to as Frankfurt for short, is characterized by a number of unique features that set it apart from other German cities. As the undisputed financial heart of Germany and a major European financial center, Frankfurt is home to institutions of global importance such as the European Central Bank, the German Bundesbank and numerous well-known banks and financial institutions. The city's influence on the global financial markets is particularly noticeable through the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

Frankfurt's role as a central transportation hub is underlined by Frankfurt am Main Airport, one of the largest and busiest airports in Europe, which connects the city with destinations all over the world. This, together with a well-developed rail and highway network, makes Frankfurt a hub of mobility.

Another eye-catching feature of Frankfurt is its skyline. With its numerous skyscrapers, the city offers a cityscape that is unparalleled in Germany and has earned it the nickname "Mainhattan", a reference to its resemblance to Manhattan's famous skyline.

Frankfurt's cultural diversity, characterized by its residents from over 180 nations, enriches urban life in many ways. This diversity is reflected in a rich gastronomic offering, cultural events and everyday interaction.

As a world-class trade fair city, Frankfurt hosts some of the largest and most important trade fairs in the world, including the Frankfurt Book Fair and the International Motor Show (IAA), which ensures that the city plays a leading role in international trade and exchange.

Not to be forgotten is Frankfurt's status as a center of education and research, with renowned institutions such as Goethe University making the city a vibrant place of learning and innovation.

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