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Enjoy the old-world atmosphere of this elegant square, which is bordered by two cathedrals and a grand concert hall.
Bring along euros to purchase designer goods and alternative fashions at one of the most interesting shopping districts in the city.
Receiving both architectural and acoustic acclaim, this concert hall in the Kulturforum district is the best place to see the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.
Stroll along the Spree River, check out the Soviet War Memorial or jump onboard a sightseeing boat ride from this leafy public park in Alt Treptow.
A variety of exceptional opera productions are staged in the hallowed halls of this Prussian treasure, which has been rebuilt tree times during its 250-year tenure.
Explore the city center campus of this famous educational institution, which has nurtured some of the greatest minds in history.
Admire the architecture of this grand concert hall and listen to an orchestral performance in the lavish auditorium.
Learn about life in ancient Europe and marvel at antiquities from the Greek and Roman eras in this grand neoclassical building on Berlin’s Museum Island.
Take in views of the Brandenburg Gate and the edge of sprawling Tiergarten park from this expansive and handsome public square.
Eat a picnic, go cycling or attend outdoor festivals in this former airport turned public park, one of the largest communal areas in the city.
Learn about Germany’s compelling history through this vast collection, which takes an honest and unflinching look at this modern European nation.
Named for its ornate dome, this beautiful 18th-century tower within Mitte’s Gendarmenmarkt is a great place to see sweeping views across the city.
Once a royal garden, this elegant public park is now a perfect resting and picnic spot for city explorers.
Discover a lesser-told story from Berlin’s history at this unique memorial to fallen Soviet soldiers, set in the lush grounds of the Tiergarten.
Torched by Hitler, bombed by Britain and stormed by the Russians, the seat of German power has risen again as a symbol of a united and progressive Germany.
A serene outdoor museum traces the history of one of the 20th-century's most infamous constructions.
A journey through the art and culture of nearly 6,000 years of civilization is as simple as a visit to this world heritage listed island.
Say “guten tag” to some of the world’s most exotic creatures in one of Europe’s most comprehensive and elegant zoos.
This architectural gem is a bold but peaceful tribute to the millions of Jews who lost their lives during the Holocaust.
Berliners come to celebrate their city in this public square, which was leveled during World War II and isolated in the Cold War.
This symbol of German unification ranks alongside Paris' Arc de Triomphe as one of Europe’s most iconic and emotive monuments.
With its soaring sandstone walls and stunning turquoise dome, this cathedral is a highpoint in the city’s skyline and spiritual life.
An indoor water feature like no other, this huge cylinder filled with marine life brings the oceans to the center of Berlin.
With its stark, 1960s layout, “Alex” is a showcase of Communist-era architecture and a lively central meeting place for locals.
Leaf through original Communist school books and put your ear to secret police listening devices at this truly hands-on museum.
Feel like royalty for a day in one of Europe’s grandest palaces, which was almost 200 years in the making.
Once a point of tension and dramatic escape attempts, this Cold War relic is now one of Berlin's biggest tourist attractions.
Cutting through Berlin’s Mitte district is a street known equally for its Cold War history and its upmarket department stores.
Not yet as obvious as some of Berlin’s other major entertainment precincts, Torstrasse is rapidly becoming Mitte’s hub for fashionable restaurants and bars.
Often described as “Berlin’s Champs-Élysées,” this elegant promenade is the city’s premier shopping strip and is punctuated with a moving war memorial.
Admire the superbly symmetrical design of this Renaissance-style palace commissioned by King Friedrich Wilhelm IV as a tribute to the beauty of New Garden.
The Hohenzollern dynasty’s last palace is a historical treasure with a story that is entwined with the fall of the Prussian Kingdom and the end of World War II.
Snap photos of this awe-inspiring artwork depicting humans filled with hundreds of holes that represent the molecules that create us.
Berlin’s most popular museum houses ancient monuments and epic buildings dating back more than 2,000 years.
Discover the architectural treasures and landscaped gardens of this expansive parkland between the Heilige and Jungfern lakes in Potsdam’s northern district.
Berlin’s central district is a convergence of quaint residential streets, sprawling Soviet squares and some of Europe’s most revered museums.
Wedding is a destination travelers like for its restaurants, and you might hop aboard the metro at Rehberge U-Bahn or Seestrasse U-Bahn to explore sights like Plötzensee.
One of Berlin’s coolest neighborhoods has a long history of youthful indulgence, a diverse ethnic population and some of the city’s best entertainment precincts.
The glamorous heart of former West Berlin remains one of Berlin’s most coveted neighborhoods and the city’s premier retail destination.
Straddling the eastern side of the River Spree, this former industrial precinct is today the home of some of Berlin’s most progressive nightclubs.
David Bowie and Iggy Pop once lived in this fascinating Berlin district, which is now the diverse center of Berlin’s gay community.
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