What to do at Easter in Berlin

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Celebrate Easter in Berlin by attending a concert or a tour when you stay at Hotel de Rome.

Celebrate Easter with a Concert

Over dinner on Saturday 16 April, the musical director Alexandra Rossman will guide Berlin Residence Orchestra through a repertoire of 18th century classics in Charlottenburg Palace’s Great Orangery. Listen to compositions by Pergolesi and Handel, Vivaldi’s Spring from the Four Seasons and Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No 5 and Air from Suite No 3 BWV 1068.

Attend a Church Concert

Put a song in the heart by listening to Listening with the Heart at Holy Cross Church on  . The neo-Gothic red-brick church dates back to 1888 and is south of the Jewish Museum Berlin in Kreuzberg, just a twenty-minute drive from Hotel de Rome. Our concierge will be happy to arrange your transportation.

Pay your Respects to Musicians

Music fans can tour Sophiengemeinde in Mitte on Sunday 17 April. Dubbed the musicians’ cemetery, it is the final resting place of the German composers Walter Kollo and Albert Lortzing, the royal music director Adolf Zander, the piano maker Carl Bechstein and Bach’s grandson, Wilhelm Bach. In spring its boulevards burst with hydrangeas.            



Stay at Hotel de Rome this Easter and enjoy a daily breakfast, a complimentary upgrade to the next best room or suite and an  . For more information contact our Concierge at concierge.derome@roccofortehotels.com or call +49 304 606 090.

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