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Berlin City Guide
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Berlin, which you can come to by purchasing a flight ticket to Germany, is the capital and largest city of Germany. Despite being the capital city, Berlin, which does not have a high population, is very easy to reach within the city. It is very popular to go from one place to another in the city by public transport and by bicycle. Berlin is also known as one of the cleanest and greenest cities in the world.


Places to Visit in Berlin


Attracting local and foreign tourists with its historical texture and bohemian spirit, Berlin is a city in the northeast of Germany with a population of approximately 6 million. Berlin, one of the most important cities in the world, is one of the capitals of cultural and political importance in both Germany and Europe. Berlin, which was affected as a capital by the intense wars the country went through, managed to eliminate the heavy destruction of the war in a short time. Due to its multicultural structure, nightlife, museums, and galleries, it has been one of the locations frequented by thousands of tourists annually. It is also an excellent example of city planning.


Reichstag (Parliament Building)


The Reichstag is one of the buildings that should be at the top of the list of places to visit in Berlin. The Parliament Building, whose construction was completed in 1894, was used in the administration of the country until 1933. It is an interesting building, which is considered as a historical symbol for reasons such as Hitler's seizure of power under the pretext of a fire in 1933 and the use of this building during the Nazi rule.


Brandenburg Gate


Brandenburger Gate II, built in the 17th century, is the entrance to the city. It is one of the structures that miraculously survived World War II and managed to survive. This building, which symbolizes the history of the city and its resurrection to its current strength, is the most famous building in Germany.


Alexanderplatz


One of the most famous squares in Berlin, Alexanderplatz is the meeting point of locals. The stops and departure points of public transportation vehicles are also usually here. Alexanderplatz, which is a must-go place even if you don't want to go because it is in the center, has many shops, street restaurants serving Berlin food, stalls, and cafes. There are also Berlin hotels to stay in the surrounding area.


Berliner Dom (Berlin Cathedral)


One of the most visited places in Berlin, the Berliner Dom, also known as the Berlin Cathedral, is the most famous church in Germany. Many local and foreign tourists come here every year due to the touristic value it adds to the city and the fact that it is an important place in terms of religion. This architectural structure, in which many styles such as Baroque, Neo-classical period, Gothic, and Renaissance, are seen. It was heavily damaged during World War II. It has been repaired over time. It is open to visitors from 09.00 AM to 08.00 PM from Monday to Saturday, and from 12.00 PM to 08.00 PM on Sundays and holidays.


East Side Gallery


The East Side Gallery, which is the largest collective peace monument in the world and known as an open-air gallery, was built on a 1316 m piece of the Berlin Wall, which was destroyed after the Cold War period. There are 101 works expressing peace, hope, humanity, and anti-war, produced by artists from all over the world in their own style. Visited by about 3 million people every year, this open-air gallery is among the must-see places in Berlin. Each work has its own unique message. It offers visitors the opportunity to take an artistically spectacular excursion.


Holocaust Memorial


Every year, thousands of local and foreign tourists come to see the Genocide Monument, which was built to commemorate the 6 million Jews who were massacred during the Nazi Genocide. It is an unforgettable trip for visitors who want to see this crime against humanity up close and feel the pain of the people who lost their lives. The monument has an underground floor. Here, a documentary about the massacred victims and the genocide is watched and detailed information is given.


Jewish Museum


The Berlin Jewish Museum, built in memory of German Jews, consists of two buildings. One of them is an old courthouse dating back to the 18th century and the other was built for the museum. It has been used as a museum since 2001. This museum, which you can visit thanks to the Berlin flight ticket deals, is open to visitors between 10.00 AM - 10.00 PM on Sundays and between 10.00 AM - 08.00 PM on other days.


TV Tower


The TV Tower, also known as the Berliner Fernsehturm, was built to be one of the symbols of Berlin. This building, which has an important place in the silhouette of Berlin, was completed and put into service in 1969 and is 368 m high. There are restaurants where you can enjoy a 360-degree view of Berlin. There is also a viewing terrace where you can sit for a drink. This terrace is the highest bar in Berlin at 203 m. The height of the restaurant section is 207 m.


Sony Center


The building, which includes an IMAX cinema, Starbucks, restaurants, and Legoland, was built in 2000 with the sponsorship of Sony. This shopping center, which serves as an entertainment center with its modern architectural structure, attracts domestic and foreign tourists.


Pergamon Museum


Pergamon museum, also known as Pergamonmuseum, is one of the most visited museums in the city, thanks to the Germany flight ticket deals. The museum, which was founded in 1910 and has a collection of famous works, is open to visitors from 10:00 AM to 08.00 PM on Thursdays and from 10.00 AM to 06.00 PM on other days.


Alte Nationalgalerie (Old National Gallery)


One of the places where art-loving tourists go, the alte Nationalgalerie, also known as the Old National Gallery, is located in Bodestrasse. Here, 19th century works, famous works of Monet and Caspar David Friedrich are exhibited.
It is closed on Mondays. It is open to visitors from 10.00 AM to 08.00 PM on Thursday and from 10.00 AM to 06.00 PM on other days.


Bode Museum


This museum, which was opened under the name of Kaiser Friedrich in the early 1900s, was later named the Bode Museum, taking the name of Wilhelm Von Belde. In the museum, where thousands of local and foreign tourists come every year, mostly the coins belonging to the Byzantine period and the remains of this period are exhibited. In addition, artifacts unearthed as a result of excavations in Italy and Anatolia are also exhibited. The eye-catching building in the entrance hall is the part that the guests like the most.


Neues Museum (New Museum)


Neues Museum, also known as the New Museum, where the bust of the famous Queen Nefertiti is located, has a collection of works belonging to different nations, especially Egypt, during the Stone Age and the Middle Ages. You can visit the museum, which is open from 10.00 AM to 08.00 PM on Thursdays, and from 10.00 AM to 06.00 PM on other days, thanks to the Berlin flight ticket deals.



 

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