Top 10 sights in Berlin
Inaugurated in 1791, the Brandenburg Gate is currently a symbol of peace both in Germany and Europe. Learn about this gripping monument.
The Berlin Wall divided the capital of Germany in two for 28 years. Learn the details of its construction, fall and past. And find out where the remains are.
The Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp is one of the largest in Nazi Germany. Learn about its history and how to visit it.
Berliner Unterwelten is a museum that preserves Berlin’s underground infrastructure. Learn about WWII and the Cold War while you tour the city’s subterranean.
The Pergamon Museum is an archaeological museum. It is the most-visited and considered the most imposing foundation on Museum Island.
Considered the gem of the 5 museums on Museum Island, the Neues Museum has received several architecture prizes and its collection is astonishing.
The Reichstag building is where the German Parliament (Bundestag) meet regularly. Restored by Norman Foster, its dome is spectacular.
Unter den Linden, meaning “under the linden trees” in German, is one of the main boulevards in Berlin, along with Kurfürstendamm.
The Kurfürstendamm, coloquially known as Ku’Damm, is one of the most distinguished avenues in Berlin and a famous shopping street, along with Unter den Linden.
Alexanderplatz has been considered the heart of Berlin since the Middle Ages. Learn about its fascinating history and the events that took place here.