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Berlin

The City That Trees Built

The city was originally founded in 1237 A.D. and has centuries of history, secrets and mysteries for you to discover. It is nine times the size of Paris and has more canals than Venice. The River Spree flows right through the center of Berlin, making river cruises a popular way to experience the sights and sounds of this bustling metropolis. Many of their traditional foods include sausages and more than 70 million curried sausages are eaten, each year. And, if seeing a castle is on your list of things to do, there are nine of these enchanting, royal residences in Berlin. This once small town built on a swamp has overcome its tragic, turbulent past to become one of Europe’s powerhouse cities of strength, energy and influence.

Experiences

Brandenburg Gate

Brandenburg Gate

One of the finest examples of German classicism is the Brandenburg Gate, a massive columned gateway at the former border of East and West. It is also one of the most striking symbols of Berlin. Built... See more

Berlin Wall Memorial

Berlin Wall Memorial

Also known as the Iron Curtain, this wall became a symbol of the Cold War. It went through the center of Berlin and prevented East Germans from defecting to the West. The government of East Germany c... See more

Relax at the Liquidrom

Relax at the Liquidrom

Float your way to wellness in the warmth of a salt water pool while listening to classical or electronic music. The crown jewel of this futuristic, German spa is its dimly lit floating pool beneath a ... See more

East Side Art Gallery

East Side Art Gallery

For a memorable experience visit the largest, open-air art gallery in the world. A hundred artists from over 21 countries wanted to make a political commentary and capture the events that led up to t... See more

Reichstag’s Glass Dome from the Inside

Reichstag’s Glass Dome from the Inside

Enjoy a 360 degree view of the Berlin cityscape from inside the city’s most prominent landmark. The seat of the German go is in the Reichstag building. You can actually see the main hall from insid... See more

Museum Island

Museum Island

Berlin originated on this island in the Spree River. In 1841, the King of Prussia dedicated this island to science and art. Today, it is home to an entire complex that houses five, world-renowned mus... See more

Subterranean Berlin

Subterranean Berlin

Explore the secret history of underground Berlin in the air raid shelters and the tunnels used to smuggle people out of East Germany during World War II and the Cold War Era. There are even abandoned... See more

Berlin Cathedral

Berlin Cathedral

The Berlin Cathedral is the most famous and largest church in the city. With its striking, green dome, the Berlin Cathedral is one of the most popular and most beautiful attractions in the city. In th... See more

Boat Cruise on the Spree River

Boat Cruise on the Spree River

Enjoy the most exciting places that the river passes on its way through the heart of the city. Many sights, side by side, create unique scenery for an exciting trip. You’ll see the city’s arches and... See more

Checkpoint Charlie

Checkpoint Charlie

The most famous border crossing point between East and West Berlin when the wall divided the city, Checkpoint Charlie is now a popular, attraction to tourists. The signage above the checkpoint reads o... See more

UFO Futuro House

UFO Futuro House

Visit the Christmas Market

Visit the Christmas Market

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