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  • 1

    Brandenburg Gate

    Am Pariser Platz, Berlin, BE 10117 Germany
    131 reviews

    a magnificent gate of great significance - division and reunification. the story of how the horse statue is taken from and return back (after defeat of napolean) and the link to the name of the palaris platz is interesting.

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    Platz der Republik 1, Berlin, BE 10557 Germany
    85 reviews

    Home of the modern German parliament. Get a bite to eat in the cafe & skip the queue to the Dome.

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    Neuschwanstein Castle

    76 reviews

    Neuschwanstein Castle is a fairytale come to life. Mad Ludwig, its most notorious inhabitant, had a fine flair for folly and you can see that in the intimate, charming details both in and around the castle that inspired Mr. Walt Disney when he was designing his own. Stunning in any season, the Castle Neuschwanstein is an architectural masterpiece not to ...

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    Marienplatz 8, Munich, BY 80331 Germany
    76 reviews

    This is the main square in Munich where the Glockenspiel is located. Surrounds by great buildings, restaurants, rathskellers, cafe's, and chocolate shops. When I was there, an anti-war rally was going on...which I as an American found rather interesting being in Germany...

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    The Berlin Wall

    Berlin, Germany
    81 reviews

    It feels a bit odd 'rating' the Berlin Wall with 5 stars (which means "I loved it!"), but lets put that aside and see it for what it is now - a piece of history. There isn't a whole lot of the wall left, just small sections throughout the city. Some are 'official' - like the stretch along Bernauer Straße ...

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    Kölner Dom

    Domkloster 3, Cologne 50667 Germany
    60 reviews

    MUST SEE SIGHT! The Cologne Cathedral, or "Kölner Dom" as it is named in German, is an incredible sight. Situated along the Rhine river, overlooking the entire valley and the fourth-largest German city which fills it, the Cologne Cathedral distinctly sets the middle point of the region. With outside cultural influence leading back as far as the Roman occupation thousands ...

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    Checkpoint Charlie

    Friedrichstraße 43-45, Berlin, BE 10969 Germany
    84 reviews

    the first time in Berlin, this was all reality. we had the Great Wall and watchtowers and the big difference when you looked across the wall to the other site.

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    Holocaust Memorial

    Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, Cora-Berliner-Straße 1, 10117 Berlin, Germany
    62 reviews

    This is one of the most simple yet haunting monuments in Berlin. It allows you, walking, to descend among rows of square columns of various heights, as if you are being swallowed.

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    Matthias-Pschorr-Straße 40, 80339 Munich, Germany
    48 reviews

    huge carnival! however as i'm not a fan of beer, it's a bit difficult for me to enjoy the beer there. but it's quite a sight to see and immerse yourself in.

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    Berliner Dom

    Am Lustgarten 1, Berlin, BE 10178 Germany
    56 reviews

    Very impresive church and nice view of the city! Many stairs (as usual)..

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    Alexanderplatz, Berlin, BE 10178 Germany
    59 reviews

    Starting your walk from East to West. Alexanderplatz, Berliner Dom, Unter den Linden, Brandenburger Tor, Reichstag.

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    Englischer Garten

    Englischer Garten, Munich, BY 80538, Germany
    47 reviews

    This is where Munich's inhabitants meet in there leisure time, especially in summer. It's a nice park with some beer gardens and the famous Eisbach-surfers.

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    Am Kupfergraben, Berlin, BE 10117 Germany
    39 reviews

    Don't leave Berlin without visiting the pergamon museum! :D Great historic exhibits, including the pergamon temple, the market gate of miletus, the babylon gate, and the islamic and middle east collections! Free audio guide!

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    Spiridon-Louis-Ring 21, Munich, Germany
    38 reviews

    It's a big park with a little lake (not for swimming, but you can rent a pedal boat that's swan shaped), a stadium, an indoor swimming pool and a hall for concerts and other events. In summer there also is the Tollwood Festival which is really nice.

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    Unter den Linden

    Schlossplatz, Berlin, BE 10117 Germany
    33 reviews

    Good for a stroll.

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    Strasse des 17 Juni, Berlin, BE 10117 Germany
    32 reviews

    excellent to go to a whole day to see everything and kids friendly play parks gardens and the animals are well cared for and very healthy go by underground takes you to the door and well worth going enjoy you will and the kids will love it .

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    Potsdamer Platz

    Potsdamer Platz, 10785 Berlin, Germany
    38 reviews

    Potsdamer Platz is the recently (00s) rebuilt plaza of shopping, entertainment and offices. It sat - for more than 40 years - in the 'no man's land' of the Berlin Wall. When you visit, it's remarkable to think that 20 years ago it was a wasteland. There is loads to see here: the Kulturforum, Panoramapunkt (for a view of the ...

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  • 18

    Pariser Platz

    Pariser Platz, Berlin, BE 10117 Germany
    27 reviews

    Berlin’s Academy of Arts, founded in 1696 is its oldest and most prestigious cultural institution. Since 1995 it was relocated in the historic Pariser Platz in the impressive new glass fronted building by Günther Behnisch which incorporates only remaining original part of the building, the exhibition hall. It was here that the Nazi architect Albert Speer had modelled the Hitler’s ...

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  • 19


    Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
    25 reviews

    Kreuzberg is like the Mission of San Francisco in Germany. It started out as the neighborhood of Berlin's massive Turkish population, and now all of the young artists and progressives of the city have moved in for a bit of the action. The area is wonderfully diverse with a lot of spots for great live music, authentic food and handmade ...

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    Panoramastraße 1a, Berlin, Germany
    29 reviews

    On sunny and clear days a must for every Berlin traveler! Guaranteed the best views over Berlin, plus you get a subtle touch of the former East Berlin as you step through the entrance hall and ride up the elevator! Don't miss to drink a cup of coffee in the restaurant up there, which is spinning around once every 30 ...

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