The Germany capital, Berlin is famous for its extraordinary variety of attractions, its flourishing cultural scene and a way of life that's both fast-paced and relaxed. It is the most important city in the history of Germany. Berlin has a combination of grit and glamour that is bound to fascinate all those eager to explore its excellent architecture, fabulous food, lively culture, tangible history and intense parties. Berlin is a city of art, artists and museums. It has more than 170 museums including those on the famous museum island; put the treasures of the world on public display. The most famous and visited sights are free to visit, like the Brandenburg Gate, Holocaust Memorial, Checkpoint Charlie and the East Side Gallery – an open-air art gallery along a section of the old Berlin Wall.
There are many Nobel laureates affiliated to the Berlin-based Universities starting from 1900 to 2009. Renowned Physicist like Albert Einstein and Max Planck are crucial to the modern physics foundation. There are number of research in the field of science and mostly supported by the university network and the industries in Germany. Many scientists and Nobel laureates left their foot print in the fields like Chemistry, Physics, Psychology, earth science, engineering etc. Nowadays, people look to Berlin for the latest trends in lifestyle, music and art. Inspired by this outpouring of creativity, numbers of artists are arriving in the city from around the world, making it one of Europe's most exciting destinations. But Berlin also has a relaxed vibe and lots of open spaces for a breath of fresh air. Berlin is greener than no other city in Germany with its forests, lakes and parks. When the weather gets warmer, life in Berlin moves outdoors to the beach bars, pavement cafés and open-air cinemas and theatres makes perfect for enjoying the sunshine and the balmy summer nights.