“Berlin is poor but sexy,” said the former German capital’s mayor Klaus Wowereit in 2003. While it may be no longer poor with hardships of post-Berlin Wall reunification behind, it is as sexy as ever. Berlin is a city of contrasts where flourishing business neighborhoods stand next to the alternative graffiti-covered areas full of underground techno clubs and street food. It is a place where history lives in every corner, on every street, a city where many important world-changing events took place. Berlin is an open-minded metropolis that can offer everything to anyone with no regard to nationality, gender, sexuality or age. Be sure to trace the Berlin wall whereabouts, discover the treasures of the Museum Island, visit the Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg districts for alternative culture, see the iconic Brandenburg Gate and Reichstag and ultimately have a great time in arguably the most exciting European capital.