Berlin is the most bubbly city in Germany. Whether your intent for visiting is to experience the goodly festivals, the vibrant nightlife, or to catch the sights of the city’s Historical sites, Berlin gate is open for a visit anytime.  


As Germany’s show-off city, Berlin has four different seasons;

Winter in Berlin is covered with Christmas Euphoria. Despite the freezy temperature, you can still walk through the crowd to get cups of glühwein. This season is less snowy yet chilly and icy. There are fewer travellers in the city by this time, making it one of the best times to visit the city. Hotel prices go down, and popular locations are less crowdy. The only issue is the cold, so be sure to pack heavy jackets if you intend to brace up for the cold.

Winter in Berlin

Summer in Berlin is considered golden as daylight stretches unimaginably long until 11 pm. The temperature is considerably warm, between 65-75 degrees F. When the weather gets scorching, you can head to a pool to cool off. The Karneval der Kulturen festival is one of Berlin’s heritage that you’ll get to witness if you visit in the summer.  

Summer is one of the city’s most active seasons; travellers from every corner flock to Berlin to enjoy the vibrant nightlife and more. However, if you don’t mind the crowd and higher lodging rates, summer is a great time to visit the city.

Spring in Berlin is vibrant with many expressive festivals – like the May Day, which is full of demonstrations – and cherry blossoms. However, please be mindful of rainstorms in late spring to take cover from lightning and thunder.  

Autumn in Berlin is clustered with surprising realities – with the day suddenly becoming short on a regular and the temperature reducing to 40s. So please make plans to visit the city with scarfs and jackets as it drizzles and gets windy by November. 

Regardless of when you decide to visit the city, there’s always something special to do! The best way to explore the city is by joining a free Be Original Berlin walking tour, for a full experience of the city. You won’t miss a thing.