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Pariser Platz, Berlin

(4.2/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
Located in the center of Berlin, Pariser Platz is a popular square with many historically and politically important structures, including the Brandenburg Gate. To learn more information about the surrounding structures, you can hire a guide for a detailed tour. Otherwise, this is a place to meet with friends, sit down for coffee at one of the cafes, and enjoy people-watching. Put Pariser Platz into our Berlin travel itinerary planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Berlin.
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  • This is a busy square, at the end of Unter den Linden, next to Brandenburg gate. While the square itself is anything but unique, its proximity to the famous gate does all the difference in the world. 
  • Place emblematic of visit mandatory in Berlin, an attraction tourist very large where can see to its surroundings other attractions tourist very interesting.
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  • Of course you must be before Hi, otherwise it was not overrun a bit views of Brandenburger gate & co in Berlin, but better
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  • Historic gathering place and place of marching armies. It is hard to believe that this area was such a serious place in WW II and the DDR because of the organ grinders and pretzel vendors. Do visit, watch your wallet and personal items there is still a slight sense of tension in the air.
  • Best place to get photos of the famous Brandenburg Gate and start your tour of the many landmarks, museums, parks and memorials nearby.
  • It's a beautiful plaza named Paris square because of the French who took the Brandenburg statue and to poke fun at the French for getting it back they named it this.
  • Almost completely destroyed during the war, only the gate was left standing. After the war it was part of the death zone so it was left is despair. Now it is a much nicer area with embassies and banks. All the buildings were designed to not take away from the Gate
  • Great vibe in this place. Usually busy and has cool things going on.