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All of us at Berlin In Your Pocket clearly remember the night the Wall fell 25 years ago, even though we were in different cities and countries at the time; for all of us it was clear a momentous change was taking place that would change our horizon. It's easy to lose track of what Berlin has gone through since then; two isolated, rather provincial towns have haphazardly merged into a thriving metropolis that despite a lack of obvious beauty has become a magnet for visitors from near and far.

In November, major anniversary celebrations are planned; see our 25 years after the Wall feature for the programme and further details. Plenty of sights related to the Wall can be visited at other times too. And if history isn't your thing, there are dozens of other concerts, parties, exhibitions and events planned; see our Berlin events listings for more.

Whatever you do this autumn, let us know your tips and comments at berlin@inyourpocket.com. Enjoy Berlin.


We already had an iPhone app of our city guide; we now also have a mobile version of our website which users of all smartphones can use. Simply surf to m.inyourpocket.com.

Berlin In Your Pocket is the English-language city guide to Germany's vibrant capital; appearing bimonthly and distributed in hotels, it's the essential guide to anything a visitor needs to know.

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Berlin is regularly mentioned as Europe's party capital, and there are dozens of great clubs - from techno to indie - that attract thousands of partygoers each weekend. To make sense of the multitude of options, visit our (German-language) partner website www.theclubmap.com, which has photos, reviews and other information about Berlin's vibrant nightlife scene.

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