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    Flohmarkt am Mauerpark

    7 reviews

    My experience of Berlin was defined by the flea market at Mauerpark (happens only on Sundays). I wasn't really able to feel the openness and love of Berlin were it not for such a free environment-- there's group karaoke where hundreds sit to watch and support brave souls, endless street food, tons of small shops and second-hand wares, and friendly ...

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  • 2

    Mauerpark Berlin

    17 reviews

    A uniquely Berlin park, Mauerpark receives its name from being situated right where the Berlin wall (Berliner Mauer) used to run along. It's home to a sprawling Sunday flea market with handcrafted jewelry, quirky clothes, and all sorts of food. There are graffitied steps, and during the warmer months, countless people lounging on the grass, enjoying the view of Berlin's ...

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  • 3


    23 reviews

    great and grand Departmentstore, once it was the largest in West Europe, do not know by now if it is still. but it is nice to visit the foodmarket en enjoy the little tastings.

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  • 4

    Hackescher Markt

    25 reviews

    This market was restored and turned out to be one great place to go if you like alternative shops, caffes and art galleries. The surrounding area from the Haeckesher Hoef is great to find small nice caffes.

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  • 5

    Brandenburg Gate

    132 reviews

    The Brandenburg Gate is monumental! passing underneath it evokes the images of Napaleon's victorious march, President Kennedy and President Reagan's memorable speeches, and of course the toppling of the Berlin Wall.

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  • 6

    Neue Nationalgalerie

    4 reviews

    Great museum with collection of contemporary art. The building itself, designed & built by Mies van der Rohe, is stunning. The permanent exhibits are in the basement of the museum, leaving the glass-covered ground floor open to large-scale temporary exhibitions.

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  • 7


    3 reviews

    Berlin's best gay club for twenty-somethings! With the multiple dance floors and themed club nights, SchwuZ is always fun. Friday nights are best because of the usual crowd and the good music. Come before midnight for a reduced entrance.

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  • 8

    S-Bahnhof Warschauer Straße

    3 reviews

    Come here if you enjoy listening to street musicians. This place mostly feels like a festival. Nevertheless, it's a normal train/tube station. Good fun!

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  • 9

    Berlinische Galerie

    2 reviews

    This gallery is slightly hard to find but it is well worth the walk. A huge modern art space with a great restaurant attached Berlinische Galerie is the Modern Contemporary Art Museum in Berlin. The program is consistent and interesting and it is one of the rare places where the more youthful spirit of Berlin meets its more traditional side ...

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  • 10


    9 reviews

    Hauptstrasse is a sight by itself. No cars just shopping, cafes and lots of people. Next to the common stores you will find many tiny local shops with regional specialties and hand crafted stuff. All cafes and restaurants have outside areas, what make the street extremely lively and inviting during summer. Furthermore Heidelberg ist the No.1 city for bachelor parties ...

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  • 11

    Prater Garten

    3 reviews

    Prater is a local favorite, so I made sure to stop by. The drinks aren't the cheapest, but since it's Berlin's oldest beer garden, I thought it was worth the experience. We came in the middle of the day during the week, so there were very few people there. The kitchen also wasn't open, so we couldn't try any traditional ...

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  • 12


    4 reviews

    Betahaus is a vibrant co-working space. You can either work in the spacious downstairs cafe or rent a private or semi-private quiet space (for as little as five days) from the upstairs areas. They host a slew of events every week -- from design workshops to managing taxes for freelancers -- and are a prime spot for networking and bouncing ...

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  • 13


    48 reviews

    For Germans, Oktoberfest often involves heading to the beer halls after work and taking in the festive atmosphere a few days over the course of the festival. For tourists, it usually means spending an entire day (or three) on the festival grounds. I would highly recommend picking out one or two beer halls - my favorite is the Hofbrau-Festzelt - ...

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  • 14


    39 reviews

    This the museum i liked most on the museum insel. This museum alone is almost worth a visit to Berlin. First you enter a large room that shows the frieze of the Pergamon altar, then you face the Market Gate of Miletus and next you walk through the Babylonian Ishtar gate. Absolutely wonderful ! And there is a lot more ...

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  • 15


    25 reviews

    Once as far east as you could go and still be in West Germany, Kreuzberg is one of Berlin's coolest neighborhoods. With a large immigrant population and some of the best Turkish food this side of the Bosporus, Kreuzberg is also a major home of Berlin's punk, hip-hop, and indie music scene. One of my favorite places in one of ...

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  • 16


    11 reviews

    For electronic music in Berlin -- arguably the world capital of electronic music -- it doesn't get much better than Berghain. On the edges of the uber-hip Kreuzberg neighborhood, the huge, industrial interior is one of the very best places in the capital to dance to hard-style techno. If you're serious about dancing or -- more to the point -- ...

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  • 17


    10 reviews

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

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  • 18


    3 reviews

    This is one of the museums on the "museum insel" that looks great from the outside, and has a great art collection on the inside. The collection of coins was not "my thing", the sculpture collection was very nice, but i was really amazed by the medieval (and byzantine?) paintings & wooden altar pieces.

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  • 19


    5 reviews

    The Weinerei is a class act. You pay 2 Euros (or whatever you feel is fitting) to drink all the wine you want. As a plus, there are lovely lattes and an ample selection of coffee drinks in general, plus free wifi. The comfy couches are perfect for casually hanging out during the day, or a more formal night-out.

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  • 20


    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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