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Sightseeing in Berlin

Scenic Viewpoint
“You cannot miss this landmark visit and its central to many other places to see.”
217local recommendations
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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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.”
175local recommendations
Monument / Landmark
“Cycle past this amazing and eye-opening grass-roots historic true-Berlin landmark.”
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Monument / Landmark
“Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe by Peter Eisenman, with an unmissable underground documentation center.”
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Church
“Berliner Dom is the most beautiful cathedral in the City of Berlin, it is located beside the Lustgarten Park, Spree River and nearby the Museumsinsel. You can rest in the park in front and take a lot of stunning images! 30mins away by bus (Bus 200 from Potsdamer Platz)”
84local recommendations
Capitol Building
“Climbing up the dome and seeing the federal parliament at work is one of Berlin's most popular attractions. This is unfortunately not as convenient to access as it once was. It remains free but visitors need to book a few days in advance through the Bundestag website.”
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Monument / Landmark
“Nice view of the city. Tickets roughly 3 Euros to climb to the top for nice 360 view.”
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History Museum
“Fantastic cool experience! Guided tours in the under grounds of Berlin. Lots of different languages available. Get the deeb rooted history under your skin!”
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Church
“A memorial church composed of the ancient part and a modern part, a controversial icon of Berlin”
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Bridge
“Best bridge in Berlin. 2 sides to walk on depending on what you want to smell. Next door to East side Gallery so good for a combined visit. ”
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Memorial Site
“Monument for fallen Russian Soldiers during WWII surrounded by the great Treptower Park alongside the Spree. Great for a Walk. ”
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Capitol Building
“Neo-Renaissance style parliament building with a Norman Foster glass dome and panoramic city views.”
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History Museum
“A very interesting museum dedicated to the Cold War era and East Germany's oppressing regime.”
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Plaza
“This charming and Bohemian time capsule of the neighborhood used to be a part of the historical village of Rixadorf. Walking through Richardplatz is bearing witness to the vestiges of antiquity. The oldest buildings in Neukölln are on or adjacent to Richardplatz. Many of the old village buildings like the church, the blacksmith, and the stein have been preserved and serve as an escape from the bustling cityscape. Richardplatz is a socially edifying focal point of Neukölln that acts as a talisman of history while also propelling itself into the future”
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Capitol Building
“ If you are in Berlin, one of my highlights is the German Reichstag. The visit there can be combined with a breakfast or lunch in the Käfer restaurant. However, you have to book in advance. It is worth it!”
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