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Located in no-man's land between East and West Germany during the Cold War, this famous monument, built during the 18th-century reign of Friedrich Wilhelm II, has long been a defining symbol of Berlin and both the city's division and unification.
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Opted to visit at night due to recommendations online and glad we did. Very few people around and a good opportunity to see the lights and admire the beauty of the Gate without fighting for a good view. Recommend.
Nice square the gate itself it's pretty big . there are a lot of yours near by, a bit crowded in summer time , will advise to have always a bottle with you and explore the city on your feet not on the public transport....More
Constructed between 1788 and 1791, the Brandenburg Gate was Berlin’s first Greek revival building. Designed by Carl Gotthard Langhans, architect to the Prussian court, it was inspired by the monumental gateway at the entrance to the Acropolis in Athens. The Brandenburg Gate is 26 metres...More
If you visit Berlin, I would suggest don't use a car. You have to walk all those beautiful big Streets with the monuments, statues and buildings.
The Brandenburg gate is one of them and all the area around.
Early in the morning, or late at...More
Good experience although I wish they had more readily available information and historical photos nearby to help put things in perspective. I just did some Google work but it would be nice to have it close by is all. Also, go at night when it...More
If you are visiting Berlin Brandenburg Gate, involve top of your visit list this place! Around this place there are lots of restaurants and cafes you will not only see Brandenburg Gate, you can also join many shops and cafes around this place!
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As the others have said there's no need to take a tour. We walked from our hotel to soak up the atmosphere and history and used our guide books and maps . There are numerous information boards around in different languages... More
As the others have said there's no need to take a tour. We walked from our hotel to soak up the atmosphere and history and used our guide books and maps . There are numerous information boards around in different languages which were informative ,helpful and FREE! Go and enjoy!