Sign in with Twitter

Distance to Berlin:
? miles.

Where is Berlin located on the map? Find Berlin now!

Berlin is the capital city of Germany with a population of 3.4 million people and is Germany's largest city. Berlin was successively the capital of the Kingdom of Prussia, the German Empire, the Weimar Republic and the Third Reich. The city was divided some years after World War II. East Berlin became the capital of the German Democratic Republic. West Berlin became a West German exclave, surrounded by the Berlin Wall until reunification of Germany in 1990. Berlin is a world city of culture, politics, media, and science.

Did you know about these Berlin sightseeing highlights? Just try them when visiting Berlin: International Film Festival, Berlin Wall, Philharmonic, Berlin Blockade, University, Institute of Technology, Berlin S-Bahn, State Opera

NEW: Play our new funny game The Distance between Berlin and ... It's free, easy and fun to play.

Where is Berlin located on this blind map? Just click on the map right at the position where you think Berlin is located. The map can be zoomed and shifted - as you are used to do with Google Maps - to ensure you can find Berlin. You can drag and drop the red marker or just click anywhere else to change the location of Berlin.
When you are done, confirm your choice by clicking just on the red marker. You then will see, how far you missed Berlin on the map: the yellow marker will show you the correct position of Berlin.

Did you here about Berlin in the news? Or read tweets about Berlin? Maybe you just want to improve your geography knowledge about Berlin - then it is a good idea to log in using Twitter and keep track of your results. Whenever someone else finds Berlin better than you, we send you a direct message on Twitter.
This is not only a geography quiz about Berlin - we have lots of other locations from all around the world. Just try a random location or choose from the menu above any location you search for or you might know. What about finding Nuuk on a blind map?
Did you try to find your hometown on the map?