Brits planning a European stag weekend may decide to head to Berlin after comments from travel firm Expedia.
According to director of product management Jonathan Cudworth, the German capital is attracting an increasing number of visitors due to its "eastern European prices".
"It's a city that seems to be very popular along with other Eastern European cities like Riga in Latvia and Tallinn in Estonia," he said.
Mr Cudworth added that Brits are now looking to get more for their money on their travels.
His comments follow a Hotels.com study, which showed that room rates in the city have fallen by 26 per cent year-on-year.
The research looked at the average costs for US visitors to Europe and found Venice, Paris, Cannes, Capri and Geneva to be the most expensive destinations.
Berlin is set to host the Festival of Freedom next month, with thousands of visitors expected to flock to the Brandenburg Gate in commemoration of a number of historical events.