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Berlin is truly the freest city I have been to!
It’s a city that will leave a strong impression on you, a place that holds many stories on the surface for you to see: stories of East and West Berlin, stories of the past, present and future, stories of former tragedies and modern tolerance.
Today, Berlin is a melting pot of serious business, artistic expression, hipsters, incredible parties and, of course, a ton of beer!
I explored Berlin non-stop for one full month with the sole purpose of visiting new places, discovering new things and gathering information to help you plan your trip there!
The Brandenburg Gate is a neoclassical monument that has stood through the city’s history since the 18th century and it should be at the top of your list of things to see in Berlin!
As you might already know, the gate is a symbol of separation between East and West Berlin, – and is probably one of the most significant landmarks in the city! Be sure not to miss this historical spot and the photo opportunities it brings!
Berlin TV tower, also known as Fernsehturm Berlin, gives the best 360-degree view of Berlin. It can hardly go unnoticed as it is the highest building in the city!
Climb up this concrete jungle during sunset for a more scenic experience! The price for a track ticket is 21.50€.
As with most of the TV towers around the world, you can have cocktails and/or dinner at the Berlin TV Tower Restaurant, which is a revolving one! If you are interested in this experience, you can book a table here. The prices for booking a table are 21.50€ (for the inner circle) and 24.50€ if you want a window seat. Tickets include a skip-the-line ticket to the Observation Deck. Food and drinks are not included.
The legend says that curry-wurst was originally created by an East Berlin woman in 1949 who got ketchup and curry powder from some British soldiers. As she did not have much else available, she mixed what she had, added some grilled pork sausage and voila – the currywurst sauce was born!
Berliner Currywurst rapidly became one of the signature fast food dishes of the city. It is a great meal idea if you are traveling on a budget or if you just don’t have much time for a proper meal.
I suggest you try Berghain – this is one of the most famous Berlin clubs and one of the best known in Europe, too! Please note that you can never be sure if you will be let in; the weirder you dress, the better! Even that’s a gamble.
Also, try Klunkerkranich, a pretty cool bar that has an amazing view of the city and where you have to go through a parking lot in order to get there!
One other cool place that you can check out during the day is the Yaam Beach where you can have a taste of banana beer, dance to the beat of live concerts and DJs, and play on the riverside beach club in both basketball and volleyball courts! It’s so much fun!
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