The parade lasts until 5 pm, after which there's a Pride Rally in the shadows of Brandenburg Gate. Here's the inside scoop on buying a Eurail Pass.
Berlin Gay Resources Many of the city's gay-popular restaurants, hotels, and shops have special events and parties throughout Pride Week.
Check local gay papers, which are distributed at popular gay bars.
And check out the Berlin Gay Travel Guide by Patroc.com, which is very handy and has extensive information on the local gay scene.
Additional excellent trip-planning resources are the Gay Travel site produced by Visit Berlin (the official Berlin Tourist Office), and the German Office of Tourism's site on GLBT travel in Berlin.
During the festival, which takes place each day from 11 am into the late-night hours, participants can watch dozens of musical performances, lectures, art installations, and exhibits on all facets of GLBT life.
There's dancing at local clubs, women's programs, and market stalls and booths selling food and representing business and community organizations. The final weekend of Pride, on Saturday, July 23, the Berlin Gay Pride Parade commences at pm in Kurfürstendamm at the corner of Joachimstaler Str., winding its way past Nollendorfplatz, and eventually ending up at Brandenburg Gate after passing through the city's beautiful park, Tiergarten.