Explore the city

Berlin is a fascinating city full of history and culture. Many sights attract visitors from all over the world. 

Among the most famous is the Brandenburg Gate, an iconic landmark. It was built in the 18th century and was a symbol of separation and reunification during the time of German division. Today, it stands for unity and freedom.

Another significant remnant of German division is the Berlin Wall. Although most of the Wall was demolished, some parts remain, such as the painted East Side Gallery. It serves as a reminder of that time and attracts many visitors every year.

The Reichstag building, the seat of the German Bundestag, is an important political centre. Visitors can take a guided tour of the building and see the impressive glass dome, which offers a breathtaking view of the city.

The Museum Island was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1999 and houses an impressive collection of five museums: the Pergamon Museum, New Museum, Old National Gallery, Old Museum and Bode Museum. Among the world-famous treasures of the Museum Island are the over 3,000-year-old bust of Nefertiti in the Neues Museum, the 17-metre-high Market Gate of Miletus and the shimmering blue Babylonian Ishtar Gate in the Pergamon Museum. Further details.

Checkpoint Charlie was one of the most famous border crossings between East and West Berlin during the division of Germany. Today, it is a tourist attraction where visitors can experience history firsthand.

The Berlin Wall Memorial is located at the historic site of the former border fortifications. Here, you can see the remains of the Wall and learn more about the history and impact of German division.
The Berlin Cathedral is a magnificent Protestant church and an architectural masterpiece. Visitors can tour the cathedral, climb the dome and enjoy a panoramic view of the city.

Charlottenburg Palace is the largest palace in Berlin and an impressive example of Baroque architectural style. Visitors can stroll through the magnificent rooms, explore the palace grounds and admire the Baroque architecture.

The rebuilt City Palace with the Humboldt Forum is certainly unique in Berlin in its form. While the original palace façade has been faithfully reconstructed on three sides of the building, the Spree side has a modern design. The interior of the palace with the Humboldt Forum is also modern. Various institutions from the fields of culture and science are present here.

In addition, there are countless opportunities to explore the city off the famous paths. For example, stroll through the famous backyards hidden in trendy neighbourhoods through the nearby Tiergarten, home to the Berlin Zoo, or walk in the paths of famous women like Marlene Dietrich or Rosa Luxemburg.

Whether on one of the city tours or on your own exploration, experience the German capital with its most beautiful corners and hidden treasures.

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