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  • 1

    Brandenburg Gate

    4.5
    133 reviews

    Brandenburg Gate, a former city gate, is one of the most impressive city landmarks in Europe. Conveniently located West of the city center, and surrounded by other city landmarks, Brandenburg Gate is a powerful symbol of European Unity and a must-see for all travelers to Berlin.

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  • 2

    Reichstag

    4.5
    84 reviews

    An interesting slice of German history, and perfumed with some of its darkest moments, the Reichstag building, with its enormous dome, is one of the most distinctive buildings in Berlin. Built to house the German legislature, the fire on its premises in 1919 was used as an excuse by the Nazis to suspend constitutional rights -- a sobering warning to ...

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  • 3

    Neuschwanstein Castle

    4.5
    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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  • 4

    The Berlin Wall

    4.5
    84 reviews

    Places of the wall you can see in many places and a nice artistic part of the wall is located in Potzdamer platz as well as close to Brandenburg gate

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    Marienplatz

    4.5
    76 reviews

    Marienplatz (Mary's Square) is the main public square in central Munich. This is the heart of the city filled with cathedrals, bars, restaurants, shops, and beer gardens. All the main tourist attractions are based here.

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    Kölner Dom

    4.5
    60 reviews

    For a traveller from a young country the Dom is a mind-blowing introduction to gothic architecture. Both imposing in bulk and exquisite in detail, I couldn't get enough of it. Wherever I was in Cologne, I kept turning to it to see what surprise a different vantage point would provide.

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    Holocaust Memorial

    4.5
    63 reviews

    Very near the Reichstag, the Holocaust Memorial (officially known as the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe) is at once sombre and beautiful, a broad field of grey stone monoliths on a sloping plane. It's an abstract installation to be sure, but wandering lost through the forest of identical stelae is a strangely evocative experience, and there are few ...

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  • 8

    Checkpoint Charlie

    3.5
    85 reviews

    This is a small museum that shows some historic facts of the war and how people managed to survive with all sorts of creative unimaginable solutions for escape. It is overpacked with tourists, but i still think is worth the visit.

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  • 9

    Oktoberfest

    4.5
    48 reviews

    One of the best parties in the world for a reason. Yes the food and beer are pricey but its a full day of drinking with people around the world and listening to the German music. Advice: get to the beer tents EARLY as they fill up and you will want to get a seat at a table. However there ...

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  • 10

    Berliner Dom

    4
    59 reviews

    With its striking dome of the mighty Berlin Cathedral in the center of Berlin is hard to miss. As a former court cathedral and the Cathedral of the Hohenzollern dynasty under Emperor Wilhelm II in 1894 to 1905, was rebuilt. Today, above all, the baptism and marriage church, the imperial staircase, the Hohenzollern crypt, the Cathedral Museum and of course ...

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  • 11

    Alexanderplatz

    4
    59 reviews

    Plenty of shopping, dining, and an edge of nightlife. We walked around this plaza on a frosty January evening to enjoy warm schnitzel, hot apple cider, and a pop into some stores for laid-back evening shopping. Or marvel at some of the renovated architecture: the Fountain of Eternal Friendship is a beautiful monument erected for post-war Germany - it stands ...

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  • 12

    Englischer Garten

    4.5
    48 reviews

    I only had a shirt time in Munich...so it was either go to Dachau and get enraged...or go to the English Gardens on a beautiful day, lay out, people watch, and drink awesome beer out of giant steins...I choose the later...I choose wisely...

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  • 13

    Pergamon-Museum

    4.5
    39 reviews

    The Pergamon is one of five museums on Museuminsel, by the River Spree. It houses several monumental, original-sized and reconstructed buildings from Antiquity, such as the Pergamon Altar, the Ishtar Gate and the Market Gate of Miletus, all consisting of parts removed and transported from Turkey in the early 20th century. The Pergamon is subdivided into the Antiquity collection, the ...

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  • 14

    Olympiapark

    4
    38 reviews

    This is where the famous olympic games happened in 1972. Nowadays this is a huge park with options for almost every kind of sport. Its a beautiful walk and its very special on weekends where the park is full of people and joy.

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  • 15

    Tiergarten

    4.5
    34 reviews

    A massive and beautiful public park in the centre of Berlin; take some time to wander through the many paths but it's worth it. If it is summertime, have a picnic lunch in the sunshine. It's very easy, when you're deep in the centre of the park, to forget you're in the metropolis. Note that Tiergarten is not just the ...

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  • 16

    Unter den Linden

    4
    34 reviews

    What the Champ d'elysees is to Paris, Unter den Linden is to Berlin. Though it is a little bit more stark on this street. You know... Communist rule and all. But since the reunification, there is life on this street once more. Starting from Brandenburg Gate it reaches far to the Reichstag. A good portion of the main sites of ...

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  • 17

    Potsdamer Platz

    3.5
    39 reviews

    This is a very historic area and should be on your radar for visiting. It was totally destroyed in WWII and rebuilt with some controversy. The Sony Plaza is here.

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  • 18

    Pariser Platz

    4.5
    27 reviews

    Not sure this deserves a separate entry but this is the square where you'll find the Brandenburg Gate, the Hotel Adlon, the Academy of Arts, a Starbucks, and some good sausage vendors.

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  • 19

    Kreuzberg

    4.5
    25 reviews

    One of the coolest areas in town! Laidback feeling, nice cafés with good prices, great vibe and lots of fun, little shops!

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  • 20

    Fernsehturm

    4
    29 reviews

    I saw this from almost anywhere I was in Berlin. Really striking building.

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