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Sights, Berlin

Berlin is packed with immersive sightseeing adventures, such as its lakeside beaches (like Strandbad Plötzensee in Mitte), the famous art at the East Side Gallery and the striking Reichstag building.

Stop by former prisons and concentration camp memorials to learn more about the history here, or venture to the likes of Museum Island and Charlottenburg Palace. There are countless sights to see in this city.

Berlin Cathedral

The Berlin Cathedral is one of the city’s main landmarks and is best known for its magnificent dome roof which dominates the skyline. Situated beside the Lustgarten, it houses the church that still serves the Protestant community in this area.

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Botanical Garden and Botanical Museum Berlin

The Botanical Garden and Botanical Museum Berlin, located in the Lichterfelde area, originally set out to create “the world in one garden”. That motto certainly comes to life here…

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Charlottenburg Palace

Charlottenburg Palace boasts spectacular Baroque architecture. It was built towards the end of the 17th century and has attracted visitors from near and far ever since!

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East Side Gallery

The East Side Gallery is an outdoor art space featuring a long series of fascinating murals painted on the longest remaining stretch of the Berlin Wall. Stretching 1,300 metres, this captivating open-air gallery includes…

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Gendarmenmarkt

Gendarmenmarkt is a popular public square and many people consider it as the most beautiful of its kind in Berlin! Situated in the Mitte district, this charming square is home to a collection of architecturally stunning buildings…

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Museum Island

Museum Island (Museumsinsel) is a hub of art and history, with a number of famous exhibits to explore. It was even listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site just before the turn of the century.

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Pergamon Museum

The Pergamon Museum is located on the marvellous Museum Island in the central district of Mitte. Sitting atop the Spree River, Museum Island is home to a pool of internationally significant museums that are still being added to today.

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Tempelhofer Feld

Tempelhofer Feld is a public park with a real difference because it was originally the grounds for an airport. The former Tempelhof airport was built in the 1920s, being the first of its kind in Berlin.

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The Berlin Wall Memorial and Checkpoint Charlie

The Berlin Wall Memorial is perhaps one of the city’s most poignant. This open-air exhibition provides a fascinating insight into life here during the wall years. When you visit, you’ll learn all about the wall’s construction…

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The Brandenburg Gate

The Brandenburg Gate is a city gate dating back to the 18th century, which is perhaps one of Berlin’s most easily recognisable monuments. Geographically, it marks the entry point to Unter den Linden and sits directly west of Pariser Platz…

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The Reichstag Building

Originally built in 1894, the Reichstag is the main parliamentary building in Germany, playing host to an array of important political meetings throughout its history. It sits opposite the breathtaking Platz der Republik…

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Victory Column

Victory Column (Siegessäule) is a 220-foot monument. It was completed in 1873 to celebrate the triumph of Prussia against Denmark in the Second Schleswig War. This marvellous monument…

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