Berlin is a city that never sleeps - perfect for young visitors like Samantha Topuzes from the United States, who spends an evening out on the town, enjoying the nightlife of the German capital.
Berlin's reputation makes the city a magnet for young tourists. Alongside all the museums and historical attractions, the club scene in trendy districts such as Mitte, Kreuzberg, Friedrichshain and Neukölln attract young party-goers. Popular venues include the White Trash club and the fabled Clärchens Ballhaus, where the dancing goes to dawn. And there are plenty of hostels for visitors on a budget - including some unusual ones, like an old warehouse that now sports an indoor camp ground.
Germany face a mouthwatering clash with their former coach Jürgen Klinsmann in Group G of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. As well as Klinsmann's USA, they face Portugal and Ghana.
It was a venue where odd things happened. Berlin's legedary Festsaal Kreuzberg was an art space that DW's 'Insider' Jan Kage helped defined, by emceeing women's arm wresting fights and befriending the security guard.
One of Mozart's great loves was an instrument invented by Benjamin Franklin, the glass harmonica. Also thrilled by the sound is German composer Jörg Widmann, whose piece "Armonica" sounds out in this week's show.