Everyone who lives here makes this city so special and rich! — İpek İpekçioğlu

LGBTQI*-Tourism in Berlin

You are looking for queer spirit, freedom and cosmopolitanism on your vacation? You've always wanted to go to Berlin and need inspiration for your vacation? Then you've come to the right place!

Place2Be.Berlin shows you the incredible diversity of the city beyond the well-known sights and hotspots. We introduce you to authentic Berlin places where lesbians, gays, bisexuals, trans people, intersexuals and other queers meet and feel comfortable.

Our feeling is that this summer will be really good! Are you in? We can't wait to welcome you back. You are cordially invited to Berlin!

Videos of our Berlin Ambassadors

In their videos, our ambassadors tell you what they love about Berlin, why they think the city is a place worth living, and why queer people can have a wonderful vacation here. They introduce you to their favorite places in their neighborhoods.

Discover Berlin's colourful sides

Here you will find information for your queer Berlin vacation, whether it be a Kiez Tour, event tips, or a little insight into queer Berlin sex history. There is something for everyone to discover here

Your extra queer ticket

a flexible and inexpensive way of getting around (queer) Berlin

  • free rides with
  • attractive offers for ⁨LGBTQI*⁩ events, culture, and shopping
  • simply purchase your pass at the ticket machine or order online

Corona Virus

A visit to Berlin is possible again: Since 11 June, Berlin hotels have been allowed to welcome guests once more!

Cafés, bars and restaurants are open. Cinemas, concert halls, and theatres may be visited by anyone who has been vaccinated against Corona, who has recovered from a Corona infection in the last six months, or who currently tests negative. In retail and outdoor café and restaurant settings, visitors are no longer required to show proof of vaccination or a negative Corona test.

In many locations, wearing an FFP2 mask is required.

All important and current information about the Corona situation in Berlin can be found on the website of the Berlin Senate.

If you are traveling from abroad, please note the current entry regulations of the Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany.

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