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Berlin has now become one of the most stimulating creative and cultural centres in Europe.

These days it's a city of many faces and has regained its place as an international powerhouse. After a busy day at the expo, Berlin offers a wide and outstanding range of cultural and culinary attractions and leisure possibilities. Take your pick from Europe´s largest museum complex (a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site), over 50 theatres, 3 opera houses and numerous restaurants. Excellent transport links and a wide range of attractive hotels offering outstanding value for money make Berlin the ideal place to visit for business.

By offering more low-cost flights than other European cities , Berlin has become one of the most accessible locations in Europe. Over 170 destinations, including 127 in Europe and others in more than 50 countries are served by Berlin. Plus over 580 hotels offering nearly 45,000 rooms, travel accommodation in the city is the cheapest in Germany.

The venue MESSE BERLIN, home to a third of the twelve most important, best-known German trade shows, is an interlinked fairground of 26 exhibition halls, covering a display area of 160,000 square metres.

Getting to the fair venue is easy and stress-free. Direct access to the exhibition centre from one of the world's best public transport systems means that getting there is always quick and easy. An urban motorway close to the centrally located exhibition grounds provides a direct link with Berlin's international airports. A total of 12,000 parking spaces are available in and around the venue. There are taxi ranks, underground/ light rail stations and bus stops next to the entrances. Berlin's excellent public transport system will take you swiftly and in comfort to any destination of your choice.