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This is basically where the Brandenburg Gate is. The square is large with the Brandenburg Gate at the end, and then on the sides it's surrounds by hotels and a few embassies. Other that they is not much to do. It's main feature is the...More
Pariser Platz is a square by the Brandenburg Gate at the end of the Unter den Linden. The square is named after the French capital, Paris. It is a very central place in Berlin - usually very busy and quite crowded. Nevertheless - it's a...More
Pariser Platz is important. It lies in front of Brandenburger Tor. Some main Berlin sights are very close. This square was destroyed in WWII and during GDR times. So I think it was a good decision to build it up again as a symbol of...More
This is the square in front of the Brandenburg Gate, at the end of Unter den Linden. It was named after the French capital. It is a nice space and you can sit and people watch. We went here during the day and also after...More
This is a haven of peace and tranquility, okay, it can get busy at times, but you can always find a seat, or a beer, or a currywurst and just let the world do it's thing around you and leave you in peace. When you...More
I visited Pariser Platz many times during my visit to Berlin in August 2018 and September 2018. It is especially nice during the evening. Besides looking at the Brandenburg Gate you can also see the American, British and French embassies as well as looking through...More
From exiting Ubahn stop Brandenburger Tor your eyes are met with the most beautiful architecture in Berlin all housed in or near Pariser Platz.
This is a big square with the main focal point being the magnificent Brandenburg Gate but there's so much more here...More
Historic square rebuilt after the German reunification. Bordered by the Brandenburg Gate, the new Hotel Adlon, Unter den Linden.
It was one of our places of passage during our stay in Berlin. Inevitable.
As it's located in front of Brandenburg Gate and at the very end of famous Unter den Linden Avenue, it's an inevitable sightseeing for every visitor in Berlin. Until 1814 it was called Quarré or Viereck (the Square). But in 1814 the square got the...More
Hi, I will be in Berlin this coming Tuesday and may have 1,5-2 hours to kill in the late afternoon before heading back to the airport. Would really like to use this time to do some culture. Have already been to the Pergamom-Museum. Would prefer to see modern art, but also happy to see something else if it is worth it. Are there any good exhibits going on or can someone recommend a particular part of a museum to visit if one is pressed for time. My last meeting will be at Pariser Platz, so...More
November 16, 2013|
Correction: only the 200 bus! The 100 takes a different route, around the north side of the Tiergarten.
Pleas e give me idea in my travelling plan in Berlin , for... (3 Replies)
Please give me idea on how long will I need to travel for the following spots ..My hotel is located in Kantstrasse 111 and I prefer to take S-Bahn for my trip, as I've already bought the rail pass in my home country. I will stay in Berlin for 2 full days: 1. Reichstag 2. Brandenburger Tor 3. Potsdamer Platz 4. Friedrichstadt Passage 5. Sony Centre 6. Photonics Center Berlin 7.GSW Ecological Office Block 8.Jewish Museum Berlin 9.Rhode Kellermann Wawrowsky 10. Pariser Platz ...More
November 22, 2005|
The places that I've mentioned are found in some contempory architecture magazines, and I do want to take some photos for them. I may not pay for visiting the museum (except Jewish Museum)and I am not sure if I can visit all of them within 2 days. I'm going to refund for my Rail Pass as I think I won't use it much for the days in Berlin. BTW, where can I buy the day ticket?
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Museum questions (7 Replies)
This forum has been invaluable for my trip planning! It looks like Museumspass is the best deal for me, because I probably won't use much public transit. I've searched through the forum questions, but there are still some things I'd like to ask or confirm. 1. From what I've read, I can reserve time slots for Pergamon and Neues museums now, then purchase the Museumspass on arrival at TXL or Brandenburg/Pariser Platz. True? (It's been confusing sorting this out!) 2. From review of the...More
June 28, 2015|
There is a selection of restaurants on Georgenstrasse,12 Apostels has nice pizza and salads