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    What We Love About Berlin

    Apart from being the capital of Germany, Berlin also happens to be the largest city in the country! The city is known throughout history for its prominent role in WWII and its world-class art scene. No trip to Berlin is complete without a trip to WWII's most significant landmarks - the Berlin Wall, the Holocaust memorial and the Jewish Museum. In learning more about the city's culture, make time to walk through the modern street art in the areas of Kreuzberg, featuring works by Banksy, Victor Ash, and Jadore Tong! Lastly, make sure to cap off your days with Germany's world renowned delicacies such as the Frankishe Bratwurst!

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    Things to Do and See in Berlin

    You’ll never run out of cool things to do in Berlin, home to world-class galleries and museums, out-of-this-world party venues, artistic multicultural neighborhoods, and 20th-century Europe’s symbolic historical landmarks. Pillars of the past and ultramodern architecture complete this city’s edgy cosmopolitan aesthetic, making it one of the most visited cities in Germany. Discover more of Berlin’s tourist attractions through this helpful travel guide!

    East Side Gallery

    Considered as the longest and biggest open-air gallery in the world, East Side Gallery stands between the Ostbahnhof and Oberbaumbrücke. Over 118 artists from 21 countries added more than one hundred paintings, graffiti, and street art on the 1.3-kilometer section of the former Berlin Wall. Make sure to check out the painting of Dmitri Vrubel depicting Erich Honecker and Leonid Brezhnev’s iconic “kiss”, one of the many murals that are worth visiting!

    Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

    The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe (Holocaust Memorial) is one of the more unusual things to do in Berlin that will give you an introspection of the six million Jewish victims of the Nazi genocide. One can be lost in the maze of a thousand concrete slabs that look like coffin pillars stretching over the former “death strip” near the Brandenburg Gate in Mitte. Getting an experienced guide would be helpful in terms of exploring the place and understanding the significant part of Jewish history during World War II.

    Museum Island

    Sitting in the Spree river, Museum Island is a UNESCO World Heritage site that houses five of the most prominent museums in the world. It consists of the Altes Museum, Alte Nationalgalerie, Bode Museum, Neues Museum, and Pergamon Museum. Some of the most historical exhibitions include the Ishtar Gate, the well-known bust of the ancient Egyptian queen Nefertiti, and the largest collection of Etruscan art. Secure an all-museum ticket and the interactive audio guides for a hassle-free and more enjoyable experience!

    Berlin Cathedral

    Located in Museum Island at Mitte district, the Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom) is one of the city’s main landmarks. It features an enormous dome adorned by a lantern with a golden cross, ornamental mosaics, an intricate marble and onyx altar, and the dynastic crypt that served as the burial place for the Hohenzollern royal family. Don’t forget to visit the top of the cathedral for the 360-degree panoramic views of downtown Berlin!

    Berlin Wall Memorial

    The Berlin Wall Memorial is an outdoor exhibition about the history of Germany’s division, spreading along the former border strip in East Berlin. Situated in the momentous place of Bernauer Strasse, the memorial presents the Monument in Memory of the Divided City, Window of Remembrance, and the Victims of Communist Tyranny. You can also go to the Visitor Center and Documentation Center to see the digital archive, documented radio broadcasts from audio stations, and the observation tower.

    Berliner Fernsehturm

    Also known as the Berlin TV Tower, Berliner Fernsehturm is an icon of the German capital. Thanks to its central location in Berlin’s Mitte district, you can experience stunning 360-degree views of the city skyline while enjoying the taste of refreshing in-house cocktails and delectable snacks. Make sure to get the fast view ticket to skip the long queue to the observation deck and bar 203! A visit to the revolving restaurant sphere also brings you culinary pleasure at the top.

    Checkpoint Charlie

    Situated at the junction of Friedrichstrasse, Zimmerstrasse, and Mauerstrasse, Checkpoint Charlie allows you to reminisce about the history of Berlin during the Cold War. Stand at the famous border crossing between East and West Berlin - where the spies once attempted, failed, and succeeded to escape. Several iconic items can be seen on the site for photos, including the flag, the barrier, the sandbags, and the checkpoint booth.

    Alexanderplatz

    Alexanderplatz is home to a wide array of popular attractions like the TV Tower and other fun things to do in Berlin. Famous for Christmas markets and as a major transport hub in Berlin’s Mitte district, it is considered the largest and most visited public square that offers proximity to coffee shops, restaurants, shops, cinemas, subways, and tram lines.

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    Apart from being the capital of Germany, Berlin also happens to be the largest city in the country! The city is known throughout history for its prominent role in WWII and its world-class art scene.


    No trip to Berlin is complete without a trip to WWII's most significant landmarks - the Berlin Wall, the Holocaust memorial and the Jewish Museum. In learning more about the city's culture, make time to walk through the modern street art in the areas of Kreuzberg, featuring works by Banksy, Victor Ash, and Jadore Tong! Lastly, make sure to cap off your days with Germany's world renowned delicacies such as the Frankishe Bratwurst!

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    Teresa
    Published 302 days ago
    Super trip. I booked through KLOOK one hour before the activity then walked to the nearest stop (15 min from my hotel) showed the voucher on my phone to the agent clearly visible outside KaDeWe and she printed my voucher to show the bus men. The information through the ear phones was interesting for all ages and the trip was perfect for history fanatics and shoppers alike as the bus stopped at tourist areas close to or beside 3 of the main shopping Malls in Berlin (KaDeWe, Mall of Berlin & Alexa). The longest I waited for a bus was 9 minutes. I thoroughly recommend this trip. It’s also €5 cheaper than buying it locally.
    YEN WEI
    Published 313 days ago
    I bought two tickets for the VIP area this time, but I don't know if it is close to the time, and the seat is very close (C area). I don't see the effect of the center of the stage. But the performance I feel full of gorgeous, just not as imaginary as the avant-garde. Tickets must go to the right side of the entrance first, you can change the ticket before you can enter, you can directly show him the mobile phone without printing. It is recommended to go to the store to enlarge the clothes in advance, and the rest area can sit and rest.
    Chi Yin
    Published 385 days ago
    The self-guided tour is really easy for tourists who like to avoid crowd and visit at your own paces. I arrived the palace after lunch and I had plenty of time to visit for everythings. The food...well...dont expect too much at this price but you come here definitely not for food, so, who cares. Be reminded that the food is served by banquet style. If you arrive late, you will skip starters and so on. The concert was really excellent which including a little chamber music and also soprano and alto peformance.
    Chih Hsiung
    Published 310 days ago
    I want to have some understanding of East Germany. I think that before the reunification of people for about 30 years, East Germany is still better than Asia now, so the gap between the two is now widened. Although many places in Germany are not cleaner than Taiwan, they are doing things seriously. It is worth learning. From 6:30 in the morning, the MRT people will have to stand. It is really hardworking.
    KAREN
    Published 214 days ago
    We did a free walking tour with Sandemans Group Berlin and it was the best!! Our tour guide, SOPHIE, was superb and was really passionate in her craft. She made history so interesting and exciting. She’s lovely and definitely one of the best in her field. Thank you Sophie and Sandemans for making our Berlin trip better than ever! We learned so much from you! Highly recommend!! -Mig, Karen and Espe
    MILDRED YUECHAN
    Published 245 days ago
    Amazing experience. We visited local food stores and restaurants that we wouldn’t if we explored ourselves. Besides introducing the local foods and story behind each, the guide also talked about the history of some really local spots along the way, little details that the normal tourist eyes would easily overlooked. Highly recommend this tour for first-timers to Berlin, especially for foodies!

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