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Essential Berlin

Mar 15, 2012  Several visits to Berlin
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Well-known and not so well-known things to see and do.

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  • Traveler type: Culture, Sightseeing, Shopping, Active/Outdoors, Never been before, Repeat visitors
  • Appeals to: Couples/romantics, Singles, Families with teenagers, Large groups, Seniors, Students, Budget travelers, Active/adventure, Tourists
  • Seasons: Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall
  • 1. Unter den Linden
    Unter den Linden, Berlin, Germany

    One of Berlin's most famous streets. Stroll between the rows of linden trees and see some of the sights.

  • 2. Neue Wache
    Neue Wache, Berlin, Germany

    Poignant and thought-provoking.

  • 3. Brandenburg Gate (Brandenburger Tor)
    Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany

    Needs no introduction.

  • 4. Parliament Building (Reichstag)
    Reichstag Building, Berlin, Germany

    There are long queues to get inside, but it's definitely worth a visit. Get up early in the morning and get there by about 8 am to be among the first to get in. It's worth it for the views and the chance to see an extremely significant slice of history close up.

  • 5. Tiergarten
    Tiergarten, Berlin, Germany

    Drink in the beer garden and hire a boat on the pond!

  • 6. Bernauer Straße

    A chance to see a restored section of the Wall. Visit the interpretation centre to hear the stories of the people who were directly afffected.

  • 7. Kurfurstendamm (Kurfurstendam)
    Kurfurstendamm (Kurfurstendam), Berlin, Germany

    The famous Ku'damm is full of shops, restaurants and bars.

  • 8. Amrit
    Amrit, Berlin, Germany

    Visit on an empty stomach. Huge portions, decent prices.

  • 9. Television Tower (Fernsehturm)
    Berlin TV Tower, Berlin, Germany

    It's worth the queue to get in her, as it has quite simply the best views of Berlin.

  • 10. Brauhaus Mitte
    Brauhaus Mitte, Berlin, Germany

    Down to earth brewpub where you can try the beer sampler. Handy for all the sights round Alexanderplatz.

  • 11. Markisches Museum
    Maerkisches Museum, Berlin, Germany

    A little more unusual than the bigger museums in Berlin. The Kaiserpanorama alone merits a visit.

  • 12. Bahnofs Klause bar, Mexikoplatz

    It's a little out of the way, but this tiny little tavern underneath Mexikoplatz S-Bahn station is really inviting and friendly. Full of locals, and a place where you can stay out really late soaking up the atmosphere... and the drinks!

  • 13. Soviet War Memorial, Treptower Park

    Absolutely vast, strangely moving and a reminder of the power of Soviet propaganda.

  • 14. Oberbaumbrucke

    Between Warschauer Strasse and Sleschisches Tor U-Bahn stations. An unusual bridge, as seen in the Film "Run Lola Run".

  • 15. Panoramapunkt
    Panoramapunkt, Berlin, Germany

    The fastest lift in Europe takes you the viewing platform for stunning views of Potsdamer Platz, the Reichstag, Tiergarten and the centre of Berlin.

  • 16. Topography of Terror
    Topography of Terror, Berlin, Germany

    A reminder of Berlin's recent history, which must not be forgotten.

  • 17. Anhalter Bahnhof

    A bullet-marked façade is all that remains of used to be one of Berlin's largest stations, destroyed by the war and by the 40-odd years of Communism that followed. Wander past the Tempodrome and into the woods to explore the abandoned platforms. Quiet and thought-provoking.

  • 18. Berlin Hauptbahnhof
    Berlin Hauptbahnhof, Berlin, Germany

    An attraction in its own right, this huge station is a work of architectural genius. Plenty of shops and cafes as well!

  • 19. Hackescher Hof

    Beautiful little courtyards lined with quaint shops and restaurants.

  • 20. PAN ASIA
    PAN ASIA, Berlin, Germany

    Asian fusion cuisine in fascinating surroundings. Delicious and atmospheric.

  • 21. Olympic Stadium (Olympiastadion)
    Olympiastadion Berlin, Berlin, Germany

    Huge stadium, site of the 1936 Olympics and now home to Hertha Berlin.

  • 22. Spandau Citadel (Spandauer Zitadelle )
    Spandau Citadel (Spandauer Zitadelle ), Berlin, Germany

    Explore nearly 500 years of Spandau's history. An interesting day out, and an excuse to get out of the city centre.

  • 23. Schoneberg Rathaus
    Schoneberg Rathaus, Berlin, Germany

    Where Kennedy made his historic "Ich bin ein Berliner!" speech. Also has a really pretty U-Bahn station in the middle of a garden.

  • 24. Kopenick

    A pretty little town on the eastern outskirts of Berlin. Visit the town hall and shake hands with the Captain of Kopenick!

  • 25. Berliner Burgerbrau, Friedrichshagen

    Restaurant owned and run by the local brewery and situated in a converted theatre. Good home cooking, excellent beer and nice surroundings.

  • 26. Glienicke bridge
    Glienicker Bruecke, Berlin, Germany

    Known as the "Bridge of Spies", where East met West. Makes part of a pleasant and interesting walk from Potsdam to Wansee.

  • 27. Pfaueninsel Park (Peacock Island)
    Pfaueninsel Park (Peacock Island), Berlin, Germany

    An absolutely gorgeous place to visit on a sunny day. Peaceful, pretty and populated with interesting old buildings - and peacocks.

  • 28. Flughafen Tempelhof
    Flughafen Tempelhof, Berlin, Germany

    No longer in use as an airport, but this unique and very historic site is worth visiting anyway.

  • 29. Alexanderplatz
    Alexanderplatz, Berlin, Germany

    The heart of Berlin Mitte. Plenty of shops and bars, and also the unique World Clock and one of the tallest hotels in Berlin.

  • 30. Karl Marx Allee
    Karl-Marx-Allee, Berlin, Germany

    A classic example of Soviet "wedding cake" architecture. Very imposing and fascinating to photograph.