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Getting around in Berlin

Park
“Sundays this Market is booming and has become the most popular attraction for Berliners and visitors alike. The Sunday karaoke is not to be missed. The annexed Fleamarket is worth a stroll over!”
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Park
“Open space, flea market, karaoke. If the legendary Berlin attitude can ever be found at home, then it’s in the Mauerpark on Sundays. A relaxed amble through the stalls of the flea market, followed by a short climb up the hill and grabbing one of the coveted places on the swings and letting your gaze roam over the city before grabbing the microphone in the amphitheatre and impressing hundreds of fans at the Mauerpark karaoke.”
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Plaza
“Monumental square with strong socialist-era aesthetics & East Berlin's shopping district.”
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Park
“The only airport in the world that has been transform into a parc but all the facilities including the runways and the terminals remained untouched. Its the only location in the city where you can appreciate the perfect sunrise and sunset, like on a beach. Open until sundown.”
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Nightclub
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“If you haven't heard of it, maybe skip it. If you plan to go, it's great and of course "the" Berlin club destination. All types here and techno center. Easier to get in before 12, but will be pretty empty.”
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Park
“A wonderful big park which encouraged us to experience all the different sides of it. Like the fairytale fountain, beachvolleyball area, the peace bell next to the big pond. Or you just sit there grill and chill. ”
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Park
“Huge park on the Spree with possibility of renting small boats. Nice on summer days!”
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Food Court
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“Very cool spot to go on a Thursday night (it isn't open any other day of the week). An indoor food hall, you can taste small lates of food from around the world, plus drink wine, beer. Nice in the cold weather as well, since it is indoors.”
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Monument / Landmark
“The Brandenburg Gate (German: Brandenburger Tor) is a former city gate, rebuilt in the late 18th century as a neoclassical triumphal arch, and now one of the most well-known landmarks of Germany.”
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Bus Stop
“Must-see in Berlin. Come and walk some of the remains of the wall that separated Berlin up until 1989. Various artists have decorated the wall and it is a very popular photo-opp while in Berlin. ”
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Beer Garden
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“Famous Rooftop, worth a look, but to avoid a long queue better go there during the week or in the afternoon than in the evening.”
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Natural Feature
“impressive collection in different museums and nice walk in the heart of the city”
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Scenic Viewpoint
“You cannot miss this landmark visit and its central to many other places to see.”
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Historic Site
“Bernauer Strasse, a street on the border between the Berlin districts of Wedding and Mitte, was a focal point of the German - German postwar history. The construction of the Wall and its consequences for the residents of the divided city were especially dramatic here. ”
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Department Store
“Go to the top floor (6th) and enjoy amazing food from all over the world. I particularly recommend to try the Wiener Schnitzel in the Austrian food section.”
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Historic Site
“This famous historical sight is just 20mins away by foot. Visit the museums and amusement features on sight and have lunch in some of Kreuzberg's most famous restaurants. You could also visit its notorious bars later in the night. Enjoy! Nearby sights are the Topography of Terror and the Jewish Museum.”
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