Easter marks the start of the busy season, and you can expect the streets, shops, museums and restaurants to be busier than ever this summer as tourism in Berlin booms. It's still sports season so there's ample chance to catch a match or two by one of the local teams – or head to a theatre, museum or concert hall for more indoor entertainment. A special mention goes to the The Haus urban art exhibition, where over 100 rooms of a condemned bank building have been transformed into a riot of colours by a gang of street artists; admission is free. Finally, green-fingered tourists will love the huge International Garden Fair, opening in mid-April.
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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.