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Potsdamer Platz Tiegarten, 10785 Berlin Germany
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Potsdamer PlatzBerlin S-Bahn5 min
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy-ParkBerlin U-Bahn6 min
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Discover Berlin Half-Day Walking Tour
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Discover Berlin Half-Day Walking Tour

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See many of Berlin's most important landmarks and highlights, with informative commentary from your guide, on this half-day walking tour of Mitte. Learn insider information on the German city's different eras, stretching from modern times back through the Cold War, Nazi, Imperial, and Prussian time periods. Other stops on this jam-packed guided tour include Checkpoint Charlie, the Holocaust Memorial, the rebuilt Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, and the Berlin Wall.
$12.02 per adult
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NickofSurrey wrote a review Oct 3
Surrey, United Kingdom542 contributions97 helpful votes
And you won't go far wrong!! Modern buildings, lots of traffic and little else. Not somewhere to make an effort to see
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Date of experience: October 2020
3 Helpful votes
Clogs wrote a review Aug 2020
Warsaw, Poland2,886 contributions476 helpful votes
Great example of a phoenix rising from the ashes of the Cold War, awesome architecture, impressive skyline, hustling and bustling busy square, but laid out in such a way that it seems airy. Nice lawns on neighboring Leipziger platz. Great U Bahn transport hub.
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Date of experience: August 2020
B1714D wrote a review Apr 2020
Belgrade, Serbia8,176 contributions2,053 helpful votes
The Potsdamer sq was the most important and busiest sq of the pre WWII era Berlin. It's named after Potsdam, a very important city and capital of the Brandenburg state. During the WWII it was totally demolished with no single brick standing, and after the division of Berlin was on no mans land. Just after the reunification massive construction began, so today it's a most modern sq in all Berlin - the only place in German capital you can find modern glass/steel skyscrapers. Some of its attractions include the Sony center with a huge movie theater, Mt. Fuji inspired modern tent like roof, Lego land for kids, as well modern dining options. It's also one of the main transport hubs serving the capital.
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Date of experience: February 2020
Eileen108 wrote a review Apr 2020
Mount Shasta, California2,928 contributions192 helpful votes
We stopped here during our day tour, for lunch. There is a mall and several restaurants, though probably overpriced and touristy (we had a good meal at Haus der 100 Biere). We could take photos at the pieces of the remaining Berlin Wall, and look at the former ghost metro station. We went here as part of "Alla Tours" all day tour of Berlin from our cruise ship's one day stop in Warnemunde port.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Sirenita123 wrote a review Mar 2020
Coventry, United Kingdom1,621 contributions165 helpful votes
A fabulous area to walk around with many shops, restaurants, bars and cafes - and a safe pedestrianised area. There is a busy intersection but there are many road crossings that can be used (really unusual as they show a little green figure wearing a cap - there is a statue of this person in a Park area). There is a display of parts of the Berlin Wall with some very interesting background of the erection and demolishion of the Wall. In the Sony centre the ceiling changes colour - the ceiling is similar to a large circus tent! This area is a short walk from the Brandenburg Gate and is definitely worth a visit. The restaurants are reasonably priced and staff in any establishment I visited were really friendly.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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