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    Checkpoint Charlie

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

    There is an outdoor museum that also gives a lot of good information about the wall, but if you want to see and experience what Berlin was like while the wall was up, this is the place. The museum also details the quite creative ways people tried, sometimes successfully, and often with quite unfortunate results, to cross into West Berlin. ...

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

    It started out as a big party celebrating what would be the unhappy marriage of a Bavarian royal couple. Today it's the biggest carnival in the world. In 2009 I was lucky enough to take in Oktoberfest. It was far grander than any American imitation. The beer is poured by the liter. They roast whole oxen. The dirndls come in ...

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    Kölner Dom

    Domkloster 3, Cologne 50667 Germany
    60 reviews

    Breathtakingly gorgeous! After tramping around in the cold rain for about an hour we stepped into the Dome exhausted. We looked up at the ceiling and at the windows, and it was like receiving a second wind. All of the stress and tiredness just seemed to float off and away from us. The sheer beauty of this magical place truly ...

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    Brandenburg Gate

    Am Pariser Platz, Berlin, BE 10117 Germany
    131 reviews

    Hard not to be impressed by the Brandenburg Gate, both at night and in broad daylight. It is sort of the cultural and spiritual epicentre of the city. Enjoy.

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    Jewish Museum Berlin

    Lindenstraße 9-14, 10969 Berlin, Germany
    24 reviews

    So impressive and touching. I could spend hours in there

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    Mauerpark Berlin

    Gleimstraße 55, 10347 Berlin, Germany
    17 reviews

    Great spot! I especially recommend the Sunday market - a lot of old, antic, second hand, handmade, artistic stuff. And good food. I love the atmosphere

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    Deutsches Museum

    Deutsches Museum, 80331 Munich, Germany
    21 reviews

    The world's largest museum of science and technology. A wonderful place to explore and learn. Learn more about a favorite science or just stroll around enjoying the evolution of technology. There is so much to see. For people with a general interest, allow half a day. For serious technology fans, you may need to come a second day to see ...

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    Berliner Dom

    Am Lustgarten 1, Berlin, BE 10178 Germany
    56 reviews

    Only the beggars in the park were really annoying. They asked for money to buy food. We gave them a sandwich instead, but they refused that and looked very arrogant. Sometimes they even became angry.. So don't give them any money, cause the're not gonna buy food from it.. It would be a waste.

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  • 10


    Reeperbahn 94-96, Hamburg, Germany
    10 reviews

    Auf der Reeperbahn Nachts um halb eins, ... The most famous nightlife spot

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    Am Kupfergraben, Berlin, BE 10117 Germany
    39 reviews

    This is amazing. Simply one of the world's best museums, especially if you are into antiquities. Rivals the British Museum in size and scope of the collections. Magnificent.

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    An der Alster 1, Hamburg, Germany
    16 reviews

    The Alster is the main river in Hamburg and it's quite nice - of course depends on where you are exactly.

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    Schloßplatz, Stuttgart, Deutschland
    3 reviews

    Good place to relax in city center, especially in the summer :)

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    Cannstatter Wasen

    Mercedesstraße 50, 70372 Stuttgart, Deutschland
    4 reviews

    It's the second biggest volksfest in Germany. I just love it! Everybody is partying in dirndl and lederhosen ;) lots of beer!!

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    Wilhelma Zoologisch-Botanischer Garten, Wilhelmaplatz 13, Stuttgart, Germany
    5 reviews

    Not your typical zoo by any means. Wilhelma is a massive zoological garden that incorporates animal exhibits with beautiful landscaping and gardens. A visit is highly recommended for those in Stuttgart.

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    Mercedesstraße 87, Stuttgart, United States
    4 reviews

    The home of stuttgarts soccer team VfB Stuttgart :)

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    Karlsplatz, 80335 Munich, Germany
    22 reviews

    Karlsplatz (or Stachus) is the perfect place to start a shopping trip. From there you go in the pedestrian zone with a lot of shops.

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    Karls Gate

    Karlsplatz 1, 80335 Munich, Germany
    12 reviews

    Karl's Gate is one of Munich's remaining medieval gates. It's located in Karlsplatz and essentially divides the new from the old city. It also serves as something of a bookend for pedestrian walks starting at Marienplatz.

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    Schloss Nymphenburg

    Schloss Nymphenburg, 80639 Munich, Germany
    18 reviews

    Schloss Nymphenburg is a beautiful palace and so is it's huge garden. It was the residence of the Wittelsbacher, the rulers of Bavaria. It's very pompous and extravagant.

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    Isartor - Isar Gate

    Isartorplatz, 80331 Munich, Germany
    6 reviews

    the gate to the center of munich from the East. has a museum in it and is just a few steps from the bier und oktoberfest museum

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