Venue & Hospitality
Conference Dates: March 04-05, 2019
Hotel Services & Amenities
- Audio/Visual Equipment Rental.
- Business Center.
- Business Phone Service.
- Complimentary Printing Service.
- Express Mail.
- Meeting Rooms.
- Office Rental.
- Photo Copying Service.
- Secretarial Service.
- Video Conference.
- Video Messaging.
- Video Phone.
- Baggage Storage.
Germany is a West European Country with massive woodlands, rivers and mountain ranges with Berlin as the capital city. Germany is renowned well for its amusing social history; Germany has been continuously the home of great craftsmen, thinkers, performers, business visionaries, researchers, and innovators.
- Berlin a Researcher’s paradise and a Business man’s dream Travellers choice is settled in north-eastern Germany, in a zone of low-lying boggy forests with a fundamentally level topography, part of the limitless Northern European Plain which extends from northern France to western Russia.
- Berlin is the capital and chief urban center of Germany. Berlin is located in the wide glacial valley of the Spree River which runs through the center of the city. Berlin is the largest industrial town in Germany. Berlin is considered hub for education and research with notable research centers like Max Delbruck and Academy of Sconce being a part of the city. Germany the land of opera retains the globally famous operas of the world Like German National Opera Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Berliner Ensemble, Bertolt Brecht moreover Fascinating Museums are also a part of the city.
Top Tourist Attraction in Berlin:
Academy of Arts- The Academy of Arts is the oldest and most prestigious cultural institution in Germany. Its tasks are to promote contemporary artistic positions and to safeguard cultural heritage.
Alexander Platz- Alexander Platz is a central square and traffic junction in Berlin's Mitte district. One of the city's the most visited squares, Alexander Platz is the site of many attractions and sights in Berlin.
Bebel Platz- Bebel Platz is a public square at Under den Linden boulevard in the Mitte district in Berlin. It was the site of the notorious Nazi book burning in 1933.
Berlin Cathedral- The Protestant Berlin Cathedral on Museum Island in the Mitte district is Berlin's largest church and one of the major sights in the city's center.
Jewish Berlin- In Berlin the long tradition of Jewish religion, Jewish culture, and Jewish lifestyle was once visible in many places - and is celebrating a revival. Where to find old and new traces of Jewish life in Berlin.
Berlin TV Tower- The TV Tower at Alexander Platz is Berlin's most prominent landmark and the tallest building in Germany. Its steel sphere contains a visitor platform and a revolving restaurant.
Brandenburg Gate- Brandenburg Gate is Berlin's most famous landmark. A symbol of Berlin and German division during the Cold War, it is now a national symbol of peace and unity.
Checkpoint Charlie- Checkpoint Charlie was the best-known border crossing between East and West Berlin during the Cold War. At the height of the Berlin Crisis in 1961 U.S. and Soviet tanks faced each other here.
East Side Gallery- The East Side Gallery, one of Berlin's most popular sights, is a former section of the Berlin Wall. Artists have turned it into the largest open-air gallery in the world with over one hundred paintings.
Gendarmenmarkt- Gendarmenmarkt in the Mitte district is arguably Berlin's most beautiful square. It is the site of three impressive buildings: The German and the French Cathedral and Schinkel's Konzerthaus.
German Church- German Church in Berlin is one of three major buildings at Gendarmenmarkt square in the Mitte district. It holds an exhibition on parliamentary democracy in Germany.
Hackesche Höfe- A rare example of art nouveau architecture in Berlin, the courtyard complex Hackesche Höfe in the Mitte district is a vibrant urban quarter combing art, work, gastronomy, and entertainment.
Jewish Museum- The Jewish Museum is one of the most striking examples of contemporary architecture in Berlin. The three buildings, two of which were designed by Libeskind, display two millennia of German-Jewish history.