Discover one of the most modern and dynamic capitals of Europe, from the Prussian capital, passing through its agitated past as a divided city during the Cold War to the current capital of the main European Union power in the XXIst century.

For many, Berlin represents one of the most powerful symbols of the agitated and tragic twentieth century, at the center of two devastating world wars, dictatorships and the subsequent cold war, whose presence materialized in the Berlin wall, the scar that divided the city and to the world in two blocks for almost thirty years. However, Berlin was also an inescapable capital during the twentieth century in the arts and sciences. Given the magnitude of the events that happened here, it is practically impossible to understand the twentieth century without taking into account the history of Berlin.

Currently, it is a dynamic, young metropolis, in the midst of architectural and urban change since it regained its status as the capital of a reunified Germany, the driving force of the European Union. In addition, as a crossroads between East and West Europe, it offers the visitor an incredible variety of activities thanks to its cultural life of the highest level (3 Opera houses, Berlin Philharmonic, Europe's most important museum complex), its lakes, green areas, and its close neighbor Potsdam, residence of the kings of Prussia. Discover the most emblematic and less known sites of this city in perpetual change.