Top 5 Activities to Enjoy Easter Vacations in Berlin: A Guide

Berlin, the capital city of Germany, is a great place to spend Easter vacations. With its rich history, vibrant culture, and diverse attractions, there is always something to do in Berlin. If you're looking for ideas on how to spend your Easter vacations in Berlin, here are the top five activities to consider.


Wildlife Encounters

Visit the Berlin Zoo and Aquarium


Visit the Berlin Zoo and Aquarium: One of the best ways to enjoy Easter with your family is to visit the Berlin Zoo and Aquarium. Located in the heart of the city, this zoo is home to over 20,000 animals, including giant pandas, gorillas, and polar bears. The aquarium also features an impressive collection of marine life, including jellyfish, sharks, and rays. With its lush gardens and spacious enclosures, the Berlin Zoo and Aquarium is an excellent place to spend a day with your loved ones.


Berlin Zoo, Budapester Straße 32, 10787 Berlin,, Station: U2, U9, S3, S5, S7, S9 Zoologischer Garten,

Daily 9:00–18:00


Cultural Delights

Explore Berlin's Museums


Berlin is known for its world-class museums, and Easter is the perfect time to explore them. Whether you're interested in art, history, or science, there is a museum in Berlin that caters to your interests. Some of the top museums to visit include the Pergamon Museum, the Museum Island, and the Berlin Wall Museum. With their impressive collections and interactive exhibits, these museums offer a fascinating glimpse into the city's rich cultural heritage. Family-wise I love the Museum of Naturkunde!


Museum der Naturkunde, Invalidenstraße 43, 10115 Berlin,, Station: S1, S2, S25, S26 Nordbahnhof,

Tue–Fr 9:30:00–18:00, Sat–Sun 10:00–18:00


Festive Fun

Attend an Easter Market


Berlin is home to some of the best Easter markets in Europe, and attending one is a great way to soak up the festive atmosphere. The markets offer a wide range of food, drinks, and crafts, and you can enjoy live music and entertainment while you browse. Some of the top Easter markets to check out include the

For the first time, an Easter market will be held on Potsdamer Platz til the 16 of April 2023. Highlights are the demonstrations of the Lusatian artists of the Easter Egg Museum Sabrodt, who show in Wendish costumes how Sorbian Easter eggs are dyed.


Easter market, Potsdamer Platz, 10785 Berlin,

until the 16 of April 2023


Discover Hidden Gems

Take a Walking Tour


Berlin is a city that is best explored on foot, and taking a walking tour is a great way to discover its hidden gems. There are many tours available, including historical tours, street art tours, and food tours. Walking tours give you the opportunity to see the city up close, interact with locals, and learn about its fascinating history and culture. Many hidden gems can be found in my app BertaWalks.


Springtime Adventures

Enjoy the Outdoors in Berlin


With spring in full swing, Easter is the perfect time to enjoy the great outdoors in Berlin. Whether you're cycling along the River Spree, strolling through the Tiergarten, or having a picnic in the park, there are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy. You can also take a boat tour of the city's waterways or just visit one of the many beer gardens that open during Easter.

My special tip for outdoor adventures on Easter would be the Pfaueninsel, or Peacock Island. It is a beautiful island located in the Havel River, southwest of Berlin. It's a perfect destination for a relaxing and peaceful day trip during Easter holidays. You only have to check the opening hours of the island and the ferry service in advance! The Havel River and the nearby Wannsee Lake also offer many opportunities for boating, swimming, and water sports.

In conclusion, Easter vacations in Berlin offer a wealth of activities for visitors of all ages and interests. Whether you want to explore the city's museums, attend an Easter market, or simply enjoy the outdoors, there is always something to do in this vibrant and exciting city.


More tips can be found in my BertaBerlin map, so you can also discover Berlin like a local when Easter is over ;).

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