Berlin, Germany - April 04

Small Crowds expected on in

Public holiday in destination country: NO

School holidays in destination country: YES

Cruise passengers in (nearby) ports: N/A

Local events: COVID-19 AJDUSTED

School holidays in the following countries: Norway, Austria, Denmark, USA (South Carolina, Alabama, Michigan, Georgia), Spain (Ceuta, Melilla, Castilla y León, Madrid, Aragón, Castilla La Mancha, Cataluña, Extremadura, Galicia, Murcia, Andalucía, Asturias, Canarias), USA (California, Washington, New York, Utah, Kentucky), Turkey, Brazil, England (North East, North West, East, Yorkshire, South East, East Midlands, South West, West Midlands, London), Scotland (Edinburgh, Aberdeen, West Lothian, Renfrewshire, Dundee, Fife, Glasgow, North Lanarkshire, Dumfries and Galloway, Falkirk), Luxembourg, Switzerland (GL, TG, AG, AI, AR, BE, BL, BS, FR, SG, SO), Mexico, Thailand, Australia (Victoria, Queensland), Japan, Canada (Manitoba), China (Guangzhou, Shanghai, Beijing), Portugal, Germany (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Sachsen-Anhalt, Brandenburg, Berlin, Baden-Württemberg, Hessen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Thüringen, Bremen, Niedersachsen, Schleswig-Holstein), Israel, Sweden, Wales, Ireland, Belgium, Romania

Cruise ships in port: N/A

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With 31 million overnight stays and counting, Berlin has become one of Europe’s main tourist hotspots. Interestingly, Germans themselves account for over 54 percent of overnight stays. Domestic tourism is therefore, one of the most important factors to take into consideration if you plan a visit to Germany’s capital.

Busiest day is most likely, German Unity Day on October 3 when the country celebrates its 1990 reunification. Otherwise, the city has a relatively normal tourism pattern: busy in the summer and around Christian holidays like Eastern and Christmas.