Berlin as the capital of Germany is a great starting point for any kind of activity. You have a lot of options in this exciting, fast-moving and glittering city:

  • Visit the Berlin wall and Checkpoint Charlie.
  • Join guided tours through the city by bus, by bicycle or on foot.
  • Take a picture in front of the famous Brandenburger Gate.
  • Enjoy a tour through the Berlin Cathedral.
  • Visit the Reichstag, seat of the German Parliament, with its outstanding dome.
  • Book a boat tour on the river Spree.
  • Visit the Television Tower Platform, over 360 meters high.
  • Browse the shops at Alexanderplatz.
  • Visit the Berlin Museum Island or the Currywurst Museum.
  • Experience the atmosphere at the famous KaDeWe department store.
  • Visit the underground museum with its bunker.
  • Experience Berlin´s culture and history.
  • Visit the “Zoologischer Garten” the most species-rich zoo in the world.
  • Explore Berlin’s exciting nightlife.

Of course boeld communication GmbH will support you in planning your activities.




October 7 and October 11, 2015: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

A Trip to Potsdam

An integral part of the fascinating local cultural landscape, the capital city of the State of Brandenburg has a splendid cultural life.


Potsdam is more than one thousand years old and has a rich historical background. Along the banks of the Havel river and of the surrounding lakes, many palaces, gardens and monuments are open to the public.


Potsdam's most popular sight is the Schloss Sanssouci (Sanssouci Palace) located in a large and beautiful garden. As part of your tour you will visit not just the Sanssouci but all the great sightseeing spots Potsdam offers. A bus will take you from Berlin to Potsdam and back, a 30-minute drive.


Departure: 10:00 am
Meeting point: Lobby Hotel InterContinental
Minimum number of participants: 20
Fee: 49 Euro



Thursday, October 8, 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Berlin City Tour – by bus with several stops

This tour gives you an overview about history, architecture and today’s lifestyle.

The historic heart is to be found around the boulevard “Unter den Linden” with the Brandenburg Gate.
Nearby are the famous collections on Muesum Island and Berlin’s biggest protestant church – the Imperial Berlin Cathedral.
The TV tower and some buildings around Alexander Platz are considered to be most prestigious buildings from GDR times. The nicely restored backyards “Hackesche Höfe” reflect the industrial past of the city. Urban development along the former eastern harbor now takes shape with the new buildings.

Old warehouses had been converted into offices and lofts. There are some remains of the Berlin Wall to be seen in town: East-Side Gallery, former Checkpoint Charlie and surroundings of the memorial of Bernauer Straße. No other places symbolize the reconstruction boom in town after the fall of the wall like the area of Potsdamer Platz. The Daimler City and the Sony Center are impressive examples of urban development and modern architecture.

Departure: 2:00 pm
Meeting point: Lobby Hotel InterContinental
Minimum number of participants: 20
Fee: 37 Euro




> Congress Venue

Hotel Intercontinental Berlin
Budapester Straße 2
10787 Berlin  |  Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 30 26 02 0
Fax: +49 (0) 30 26 02 26 00

> Congress President

Prof. Dr. Dr. Bilal Al-Nawas
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery - Plastic Surgery
University Medical Center Mainz
Augustusplatz 2
55131 Mainz  |  Germany

> Congress Organization

boeld communication GmbH
Adlzreiterstr. 29
80337 Munich  |  Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 89 18 90 46 0
Fax: +49 (0) 89 18 90 46 16
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