20th ESFC
Berlin, 14–19 August 2022
ESFC 2022 > Local Guide > Visit Places
20th European Symposium on Fluorine Chemistry
Visit Places
Berlin simply offers too many sights, activities and experiences to list here. Therefore, we refer you at this point to other pages to look around and decide what to do depending on your interests.

First time in Berlin and interested in the classics?

Start with the Brandenburg Gate, take a walk through the government quarter along the Spree river, discover the Museum Island and the boulevard Unter den Linden – you’ll find it familiar, this is where the conference venue is!
More suggestions can be found here.

Fancy a visit to the museum?

Close to the conference venue is the Museum Island. With its five museums it is the largest museum ensemble in the world and listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. But also other museums and exhibitions throughout Berlin await your visit, including the Bud Spencer Museum or the Spy Museum.
More suggestions and ticket information can be found here.

Hot day, too much city? Discover Berlin’s green side!

What Central Park is to New York, Tiergarten is to Berlin: landscaped gardens, large open spaces, and winding paths that lead past picturesque scenes. Gardens of the World in Berlin Marzahn-Hellersdorf, meanwhile, features themed gardens from Europe and Asia, while the Grunewald in the western side of the city offers a relaxing place for walks. From here, enjoy a wonderful view of Havel and Wannsee, or see the remains of a former listening station during the Cold War on Teufelsberg.
More suggestions can be found here.

Useful Apps

This list of smartphone apps might be useful when exploring Berlin. The apps are free, available for both iOS and Android, and in both English and German.


Going local Berlin

Discover the capital off the beaten tourist track. With more than 700 personal Berlin tips, tours and restaurant recommendations, you can now experience Berlin like a Berliner. Whether to the herb farm in Reinickendorf, to Little Venice in Spandau or to the Peacock Island in Steglitz-Zehlendorf – this app will guide you to your destination.

Download: Android | iOS


accessBerlin

Visitors with limited mobility will find it easier to explore Berlin with this app. Along several routes through the city, visitors are shown attractions and sights with barrier-free access on a map. A filter function makes it possible to select different categories. Elevators and public toilets are also displayed on the map.

Download: Android | iOS


BVG Fahrinfo

This app from Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe provides information about the fastest transport connections from one place to another. It includes a route planner for the entire local transport system – S-Bahn, U-Bahn, buses, streetcars – as well as route and network maps. Mobile tickets can also be purchased via various payment options.

Download: Android | iOS

Alternatively, GoogleMaps can be used for timetable information. Departure times are given in real time for bus, streetcar and S-Bahn or U-Bahn lines in Berlin.
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