In Germany’s capital city, there is alway something going on as there is scarcely a place as versatile as Berlin! Therefore, we will reveal which events you should not miss out on in the next month here:
Internationale Tourismusbörse (7th – 11th of March 2018)
With more than 10.000 exhibitors which cover all possible sectors of the tourist traffic, like for example countries from all over the world, tour operators, transport carriers, hotels and booking systems, the ITB in the fairgrounds under the radio tower is the leading trade fair when it comes to international tourism. From the 7th until the 9th of March, the exhibition will open exclusively for trade visitors which will get the unique possibility to learn about the latest trends of the branch, get to know influential business partners and build up some new connections. On the 10th and 11th of March, also private visitors are warmly welcomed at the ITB who will explore the whole world in only a few hours and thereby gather exciting inspirations for travelling. In addition to that, the ITB children’s world awaits the little ones with a colourful programme. While playing, being creative, getting the face painted, watching a movie at the children’s cinema or a magic show, it will definitely not get boring while the parents ramble around the exhibition grounds.
MaerzMusik (16th – 25th of March 2018)
Shortly afterwards, “MaerzMusik”, the festival for questions of time will take place, also in Berlin. Especially young and renowned artists from all over the world will dedicate their music to red-hot questions which are all occupying us currently. The slowly but surely proceeding destruction of our environment, the time war of capitalism, the ubiquitous presence of the media, the voluntary and forced migration and the digital time regime belong to the exciting topics which will be expressed in concerts, sound installations, performances and discussions, for instance. As versatile as the programme of the music festival are its locations. The “Haus der Berliner Festspiele”, the “Martin-Gropiu-Bau”, the “Kammermusiksaal” of the philharmonic orchestra, the “Konzerthaus Berlin” or the “Kraftwerk” are only a few examples of the numerous event sites.
We wish all of those who will come to Germany’s capital city for the ITB or the “MaerzMusik” festival a great time! We are looking forward to welcoming you in one of our Living Hotels in Berlin during your stay!