About the destination

The German capital is best known for the Berlin Wall, which separated the city into two different political regimes during the Cold War between 1947 and 1991. Berlin was the scene of one of the most horrific wars in history, the Second World War, but today it is a city of peace, art and gastronomy.


The official currency of Germany is the Euro. This currency can be used in all member countries of the European Union. If you plan to use your cards at your destination, don’t forget to communicate the dates of your stay to your financial institution.


The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) recommends that you consult a health professional to discuss vaccinations for the following diseases: hepatitis B, influenza, tick-borne encephalitis, yellow fever and measles. Note that two doses of the Covid-19 vaccine are required for flights from Canada and for crossing the United States border.


“Germany is a Schengen country. Canadian citizens do not need a visa to travel to Schengen countries. However, you can only travel without a visa for 90 days or less within a 180-day period. Stays are cumulative and include days spent in any Schengen country. “Government of Canada

According to the Canadian Government, your passport must be valid for at least 3 months after the date of your expected return from the Schengen area.


Month Max Min Prec.
January 4 °C -1 °C 65 mm
February 4 °C -1 °C 40 mm
March 12 °C 3 °C 65 mm
April 12 °C 3 °C 45 mm
May 18 °C 7 °C 55 mm
June 20 °C 11 °C 75 mm
July 22 °C 13 °C 75 mm
August 22 °C 13 °C 75 mm
September 18 °C 10 °C 70 mm
October 13 °C 6 °C 65 mm
November 8 °C 2 °C 70 mm
December 5 °C 0 °C 80 mm


The official language of Germany is German. There are also several regional dialects derived from it. However, it is possible to be served in English in most tourist places.

Things to do In Berlin

The Berlin Wall

It is the great must-see of Berlin. This monument of the last century played an important role in the history of the city by separating it under two different political regimes. Families were separated for a little over 20 years because of this wall. In short, it is an important part of contemporary world history. Fortunately, East Berlin and Berlin have been reunited since 1990.

The Holocaust Memorial

The Berlin Holocaust Memorial is made in the form of a labyrinth. It mainly tells the story of Jews during the Second World War. There are so many things to discover that you will never see the time pass!

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