Berlin is a city brimming with history. It has seen everything from the age of Prussia to Napoleon wars to world wars and the Weimar Republic. Today, you can examine the remains of the Berlin Wall and stand in the same room where history’s most horrible event, the Holocaust, was planned. As Germany's largest city, Berlin is a hub for politics, culture, media and science. You can visit the Reichstag building – the birthplace of the Weimar constitution, the iconic Brandenburg Gate, and the soaring modern TV Tower. Berlin also has countless museums, including those on Museum Island - a UNESCO World Heritage Site. An atmosphere of creativity is present throughout the city, and there are entertainment venues to suit all interests and ages. You'll find plenty of events to choose from throughout the year. Popular options include the world-class Berlin Opera and Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. You can also watch local musicians perform at smaller establishments.