Ashley and Ryan R. said, "...the war. There is also a lot of new architecture too. Museums on Museum Island (The Neues in particular) and the Berliner Dom were damaged and rebuilt, they touch on their history when you tour them. The Reichstag is also a great..." See More
Travis H. said, "...I will second the Museum Island and Berliner Dom area. These areas were constructed and conceived before the start of WWI and still retain the general feeling of that time. I'll add in the wonderfully designed and presented Deutsches Historisches Museum (German..." See More
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Carissa P. said, "...ropes. You will visit the Holocaust Memorial, Berlin Wall Checkpoint Charlie a few hot spots for food, before ending at the Berliner Dom. The tour guides are students of history and are very knowledgable teaching you the ins and outs of..." See More
Sophie T. said, "...pick just 3, but I'll try. If you want the must-do typical tourist sights, then Holocaust Memorialand the museum inside, Bundestagand Berliner Dom. If you're looking for something a little different, I would recommend going to MauerPark flea marketon Sunday, Badeschiffif..." See More
Nilufer Y. said, "...town and shopping place) ***Topography of Terror (impressive area about Nazi and 2nd WW history more than we know) ***Pergamonmuseum *** Berliner Dom ***Sony Center (Lego playground is also here) ***Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp (Nazi's camp if you interest on) These places take..." See More
Wednesday Wanderlust: Berlin