Visit Berlin: Berlin welcomes you back

Publish Time:2020-06-29 09:31:12Source:visit-berlin

【Introduction】:Finally, the wait is over and Berlin is gradually reopening again. We look forward to welcoming our guests back, of course with the proper safety and health guidelines in place.

Berlin welcomes you back! Finally, the wait is over and Berlin is gradually reopening again. We look forward to welcoming our guests back, of course with the proper safety and health guidelines in place. While there may be some typical Berlin experiences one has been longing for, there is so much more to Berlin than you would expect. Now might just be the perfect time to explore Berlin’s more unknown side. Its nature, wide spaces and green trends. There is so much that makes Berlin a unique place to visit. Part of what makes Berlin so diverse and interesting are its 12 unique districts. Whether you are a nature or sports lover, keen on sightseeing or looking for Michelin-starred restaurants, Berlin is sure to offer some of everything to its visitors.

In addition, there are different ways to explore the capital: Biking in Berlin has become part of a new urban lifestyle, sightseeing tours by boat are possible again and the good public transport connections can be easily used with the Berlin WelcomeCard, the official tourist ticket of Berlin. Many public facilities have reopened in the meantime, including shops, museums, restaurants, hotels and tour operators. Important for this are, for example, time windows that should ensure a regulated flow of visitors or restaurants that use outdoor areas and move tables apart. Here you will find a continuously updated overview of the reopenings in Berlin. Berlin’s management of the crisis so far has been a success and the number of infections has stayed low. To make sure it stays that way, it is important to know the current safety and hygiene measures before a visit to Berlin. We want everyone to stay safe.

Here are some of the most essential directives right now:

- Keep a minimum distance of 1.5m - You may stay outside with five people or with people from two households.

- Families and household communities may stay outside together, but a minimum distance of 5 metres must be maintained between individual groups.

- It is strongly recommended that you wear a mouth-nose mask in public, but wearing a mouth-nose mask is mandatory on public transport and in retail outlets. Children up to the age of six years are excluded. Even if there are some precautions to be taken at first, Berlin with its spaciousness, its numerous parks and gardens and its twelve diverse districts offers a lot of variety and an attractive opportunity for a break. Welcome back to Berlin! PS, For all our Chinese visitors we relaunched our Chinese information website www.laibolin.com. Here travellers can find selected sights, event highlights and general travel information in Chinese.

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