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Things to do in Berlin

Brandenburg Gate , Berlin
Brandenburg Gate was built in the 18th century as a defining symbol of the city, but it ended up in the middle of the no-man’s land separatin
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Government Building
The country's center of political power, Reichstag Building houses the German Parliament. This grand building, designed by architect Paul Wal
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Walking tours , Berlin
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Uncover Berlin's past and present on this enlightening 4-hour walking tour through Mitte, the city’s historic center. Walk along the Berlin Wall, stroll down Unter den Linden to Brandenburg Gate, see the Reichstag and Holocaust Memorial, hear the story behind Checkpoint Charlie and learn about the Topography of Terror museum. Listen as your guide ties important monuments, buildings and memorials to the city’s complex Prussian, Imperial, Nazi and Cold War past, weaving history into a detailed narrative. Compare these historical sights with modern marvels such as Potsdamer Platz and Friedrichstrasse.
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One of the most moving and controversial sites in the world, The Holocaust Memorial - Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe is a massive ar
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Pergamonmuseum , Berlin
Offering visitors a rare look into the ancient world, Pergamonmuseum attracts nearly 2 million people each year, making it the most-visited m
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Things to do in Berlin include visits to many cafes, clubs, bars, museums, art galleries, shops, and historic sites. Reichstag Building and its new glass dome--offering panoramic views of the city--is a perfect example of the fusion of renovation and innovation so typical for today's Berlin. Museums like Topography of Terror and Mauermuseum - Museum Haus am Checkpoint Charlie speak of the city's not so glorious past, while the 18th-century Brandenburg Gate epitomizes European unification and continued peace. Once trapped in the no man's land dividing East and West Germany, Potsdamer Platz now attracts visitors with its ultra-modern architecture and ample shopping opportunities.

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Where to stay in Berlin

The Kreuzberg neighborhood near the Oberbaumbrüke bridge is central and full of Berlin icons: street art, a piece of the Berlin Wall, the East Side Gallery, and a proliferation of cafes. Friedrichshain is another option with a hip vibe due to the students who congregate at its cafes and galleries. Consider Mitte as a historic home base. Mitte is the area where almost all of Berlin's well-known buildings are located, and it is within walking distance of Alexanderplatz. For a peaceful residential area, try Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf where the streets are lined with boutiques and quiet coffee shops.
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