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Guide to hosting events in Berlin
Hey there, event planners and party enthusiasts! Welcome to the vibrant and dynamic city of Berlin, where history and innovation collide to create an extraordinary event scene.
If you're on the lookout for the perfect venue to host your next corporate gathering, conference, wedding, or cultural event, you've come to the right place.
In this guide, we'll take you on a captivating journey through the diverse styles and capacities of event venues in Berlin, helping you discover the ideal space to bring your event dreams to life. So, let's dive in and uncover the hidden gems that Berlin has to offer for your upcoming special occasion!
FAQ about Berlin venues and events
Summer months (June to August) are popular for outdoor events due to the pleasant weather. However, Berlin also has indoor venues suitable for events year-round.
You can arrange catering by contacting local catering companies or in-house catering services provided by the venue. Discuss menu options, dietary restrictions, and any special requests.
- Here’s a head start. A guide to the best vegan event catering in Berlin.
German is the primary language, but many Berliners also speak English. You might want to provide bilingual materials and have English-speaking staff available for international attendees.
Berlin places a strong emphasis on recycling and waste separation. Coordinate with the venue and local waste management services to ensure proper disposal of waste and recycling bins.
Berlin is rich in history and culture. Popular attractions include the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin Wall, Museum Island, Checkpoint Charlie, and the Reichstag Building.
Berlin has efficient public transportation connections from its airports (Tegel and Schönefeld) to the city centre. You can also use taxis, rideshare services, or pre-arranged shuttles.
Germans value punctuality and professionalism. It's important to be on time and communicate clearly. Handshakes are common for greetings, and it's considered polite to address people using their last name unless invited otherwise.
Depending on the venue's location, there are likely to be hotels and accommodations nearby. Some venues may even have partnerships with local hotels for discounted rates.
- Here are our favourites of the great hotels in Berlin.
Ensure your venue is wheelchair accessible and has facilities for people with disabilities. Provide accessible seating, ramps, and clear signage. It's also advisable to have sign language interpreters available if needed.
As of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021, the standard VAT rate in Germany is 19%. However, there might be reduced rates or exemptions for certain services. Consult with a tax professional for the most up-to-date information.