Important information: Coronavirus in Berlin
- Due to the pandemic, there will be no counseling on site until further notice.
- Consultation by e-mail and telephone will continue to take place.
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Facts about Berlin (politics & history)
At berlin.de information is provided about history, facts and figures, life in the capital city, and the economy.
Berlin is located in the Central European time zone (CET). This time zone applies in the whole of Germany as well as in other European countries, for example such as France and Italy. In Germany and Berlin, there are summertime and wintertime. There is a difference of one hour between summertime and wintertime. Summertime in Berlin begins on the last Sunday in March every year; the clocks are then put forward from 02.00 to 03.00. Wintertime in Berlin begins on the last Sunday in October, when the clocks are put back from 03.00 to 02.00.
From 22.00 to 06.00 it is prohibited to cause noise that can disrupt someone’s night rest.
Shop opening hours
Information about shop opening hours can be found at berlin.de
Berlin administration and state politics
An overview of the Berlin administration and state politics can be found at berlin.de.
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Welcome Center Berlin
for appointments and consultation by e-mail
Tel.: (030) 9017-23172
to arrange an appointment for a consultation by phone or
Tel.: (030) 9017-23126
for the Welcome Center’s administration for general questions.