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Our interpreters, who work to and from German, are professionals with considerable experience who are specialized in their respective areas. They will work with the documentation obtained and, if necessary, prepare the meeting with the client over the telephone or face to face.
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Berlin is synonymous with culture and open-mindedness, the city’s history above all makes a visit very worth-while. The history of the wall, built in 1961 in order to divide the city, for example, is very well documented in the museum at Checkpoint Charlie, where visitors still can look at the allies’ old guard house. Some parts of the “wall of shame” can still be visited, but now have been decorated by many artists with graffiti.
It is incredibly easy to get around in this city, due to the extensive network of metros, trams and buses. A visit to the Brandeburg Gate and the Reichstag (Parliament) is a must, the latter’s impressive glass dome was designed by internationally acclaimed architect Norman Foster. The Gendarmentmarkt (lit. Police Market) is also worth a visit, as it is one of the city’s most emblematic places.
Berlin’s museums guard treasures from all periods in time, from Nefertiti’s jewellery to Beuys’ paintings. The “Museumsinsel” (Museum Island), is home to many museums, such as the Bode, Pergamon or the “Altes Museum” (Old Museum), which was designed by the famous Neo-Gothic and neoclassical architect, Karl Friedrich Schinkel.
But there also is the “Jüdische Museum” (Jewish Museum) in the famous neighbourhood of Kreuzberg, which impresses with its architecture as well as its interactive exhibition. If you cannot decide which museum to visit, there is the option of buying a special ticket, which lets you visit all museums mentioned above in three consecutive days, at a discount.
Also worth a visit are the buildings around the Potsdamer Platz, the “no-man’s land” had been completely destroyed during World War II, and now is the global symbol for avant-garde architecture.
The banks of the River Spree are the perfect place for a little rest, or long or short walks which give us the chance to enjoy a cool beer and marvel at this stunning city, or you could watch the barges touring up and down this important German river. If you are feeling peckish, why not have some dinner in one of the many bars along the river.
If you do not want to go shopping, on the world-famous Kurfürstendamm, with its luxurious department stores, such as de KaDeWe (Department store of the West), we would recommend you to go an have a look around Friedrichstrasse, home to exclusive boutiques, the new mall “Arkaden” in the Potsdamer Platz or the boutiques around the Hackesche Höfe in the Mitte neighbourhood.
Talking about food, in Berlin you have the opportunity to choose between international haute cuisine and homely German meals, in one of the many typical restaurants, many of which can be found in the city’s old town, the Nikolaiviertel, but if you are in a hurry, just grab a bite at one of the many “Imbiss” (take-away), which range from the traditional “Bullette” (burger), to German sausages, or the Turkish Döner Kebab.
If you fancy a night out, you should go to the Hackesche Höfe or the Oranienburger Strasse, with its beautiful synagogue, as well as Prenzlauer Berg, the neighbourhood offers the city’s best Jewish and Russian restaurants, but you could always just go to fashionable Friedrichshain.
And if you have some time left, we recommend you to visit the Baroque Schloss Charlottenburg, which is just outside Berlin, or the incredible Prussian palaces and gardens in Potsdam, which are easy to get to by tram.