Berlin, Germany's capital and largest city, is also a major centre of politics, culture, media, and science. Berlin is known for its cultural flair, and it is home to the world-famous Berlin Opera and Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as hundreds of galleries, events, and museums, including those on Museum Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
October 5th to October 8th 2023
Europe's Most Advance Rail Systems
Germany has one of the richest railway traditions in the world. For decades, German innovations have set quality standards and continue modernise and innovative rail industry.
Fully Automated Transport Network
Automated and connected transport is an essential part of modern mobility. With these technologies and innovations, transport will be safer, more comfortable, efficient and environmentally sustainable.
Embassy & Government Officials
Engage with Government Officials, gaining a European perspective on future transport mobility.
The Brandenburg Gate
Berlin's most famous historic landmark is undoubtedly the Brandenburg Gate (Brandenburger Tor). Once a symbol of a divided nation, it now stands as a symbol of unity and peace.
The Rebuilt Reichstag
The Reichstag (Reichstagsgebäude) was originally completed in 1894 however it was burnt in 1933. After the reunification of Germany, it underwent a 10-year reconstruction and finally became the home of the German Parliament in 1999.
Museum Island is one of the Berlin's most important UNESCO World Heritage Sites, The Old Museum, The New Museum, The Old National Gallery , The Bode Museum The Pergamon and The Humboldt Forum are all located here