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  • The Wall Museum

    The first thing about this museum is the amazing discount for students. I purchased a two day Welcome to Berlin Pass with discounts as well so I got in quite cheap. Its a small museum with not so much traffic and in a beautiful part of the city. It explains in detail...

    0 by Sharon, in What to see Berlin, one month ago
  • Jewish Museum

    Definitely recommend this Museum. Both for people who enjoy reading about history and people who want to learn more. It is a very personal experience seeing all the memorabilia and letters between families. As someone who studied about the world war and the Jewish...

    0 by Sharon, in What to see Berlin, one month ago
  • DAS Akademie - Deutsche Akademie für Sprachen

    I have been learning German here for 3 weeks now and I can honestly say that it is a pleasure to enter this building every morning. I registered from abroad and was not sure if everything would work out but I got my language student visa, found a place to stay and I...

    0 by Liath, in What to do Berlin, 5 months ago
  • Dolden Mädel Braugasthaus

    It's a restaurant located 10 minutes from Mehringdamm U-bahn station on the U6 line, in the borough of Kreuzberg. On the menu, you can find seven types of burgers and many kinds of beer. If you don't know which beer to choose, you can always have a small taster glass of...

    0 by Alex, in Where to eat Berlin, 9 months ago
  • The Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany

    It is possibly one of the most iconic places in Berlin and the place that first comes to everyone's mind when you mention Germany or Berlin. The monument has definitely lived through a lot of chapters in Germany history. I'm going to talk about two of the most...

    0 by Beth, in What to see Berlin, 9 months ago
  • Tempelhofer Feld

    Tempelhofer Feld is one of the airports of Berlin which was abandoned and it is now a park where most German families spend the day. I recommend to visit it by bike because it's very large and it can be exhausting by walking. Moreover, there are many people walking or...

    0 by Ana Maria, in What to see Berlin, 9 months ago
  • Deutscher Bunderstag

    Here's to that time me and my friends went to Berlin with the Erasmus Student Network. Do you know that feeling when you find yourself in one of those historical cities and you feel the urge to visit all the most meaningful places? That's what happened to me while I was...

    0 by Jasmin, in What to see Berlin, one year ago
  • Pergamonmuseum

    I have been to Berlin twice before my Erasmus, and I haven't visited many museums (I know, not so good.. ) but this one, is a true must-see if you are in the city, seriously. I was born in Rome, and I live here since ever, so I am used to antiques, but the...

    0 by Elena Sofia, in What to see Berlin, one year ago
  • Checkpoint Charlie

    People around the world know something or the other about Germany's history. Much  of that history has taken place through significant events/sites in Berlin. Checkpoint Charlie is a small checkpoint with an immense significance. It attracts a huge number of tourists...

    0 by Kriya, in What to see Berlin, 2 years ago
  • Fernsehturm Berlin

    Fernsehturm Berlin at night. Image credit : Diego Delso [CC BY-SA 4.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], via Wikimedia Commons Fernsehturm Berlin is one of the top 5 tallest structures of Europe. With a total height of 365 metres, this structure is one...

    0 by Kriya, in What to see Berlin, 2 years ago
  • Brandenberg Gate

    One of the iconic structures of Berlin is the Brandenburg gate, the other one being Fernsehturm (the TV tower) and a possible third one - the Berlin Cathedral. It makes a beautiful tourist site today with a large number of visitors throughout the year. Here is some...

    0 by Kriya, in What to see Berlin, 2 years ago
  • Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

    Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe: A very different monument This is one of the monuments in Berlin that you can't miss out on. Sadly it's not a memorial that you should visit because of its charming architecture or because it's going to look good in your...

    0 by Ross, in What to see Berlin, 2 years ago
  • Brandenburger Tor

    The Brandenburg Gate or "Brandenburguer Tor" in German, is one of the most important symbols in the city of Berlin in Germany. This is one of the most important monuments in Germany because it used to represent an entrance into the city; it was like a customs point....

    0 by Ross, in What to see Berlin, 2 years ago
  • Potsdamer Platz

    Potsdamer Platz is one of the most important squares in Berlin. Located in the city centre, the square is close to the German capital's main tourist attractions, such as Tiergarten Park, the Brandenburg Gate, the Holocaust Monument, the Topography of Terror and...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Berlin, 2 years ago
  • Reichstag

    The Reichstag building is one of the most important in Berlin, being the headquarters of the German Parliament's Lower Chamber and, in my opinion, one of the prettiest buildings in Berlin. Constructed only a few centuries ago, the Reichstag building has nonetheless...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Berlin, 3 years ago
  • Nikolaiviertel

    The St. Nicholas quarter, or the Nikolaiviertel in German, is the oldest district in Berlin. It's located between the Spree River and the red city hall, a few minutes away from Alexanderplatz. The district can also be considered the most historical district in Berlin,...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Berlin, 3 years ago
  • Berliner Dom

    The Berlin Cathedral, known as the Berliner Dom, is one of the most important tourist attractions in the German capital and one of my personal favourites. This cathedral is a relatively new one in comparison with many others in Europe, since it's just under one hundred...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Berlin, 3 years ago
  • The Berlin Wall

    It's now 53 years since the Berlin Wall was built; the wall which would divide Europe as we know it in two. This 'iron curtain' was also called the Wall of Shame by the West Berliners, but known as the Antifascist Protection Rampart by the Eastern block. The wall was...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Berlin, 3 years ago
  • Alexanderplatz

    Alexanderplatz is one of the most important squares in Berlin due to its location and also its shopping area. The TV Tower, the Fernsehturm, can be found here, one of the most well-known Berlin tourist attractions. It's the largest TV Tower in the European Union and the...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Berlin, 3 years ago
  • Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp

    Introduction Sachsenhausen concentration camp is located in the town of Oranienburg, 35 kilometres north of Berlin, and so near enough to visit if you are spending some time in the capital. A brief history This concentration camp was built by the Nazis in 1936, and...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Berlin, 3 years ago

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