Berlin It Up: A guide to the capital’s top sights and activities

praktikum-curso-reisejournalismus-cover-berlin-sept14A wide variety of landmarks and monuments were built across Berlin throughout its rich history, including such iconic attractions as the Brandenburg Gate and Siegessaule. While the majority of the city’s sights are located in and around Mitte, visitors should also venture west to Charlottenburg to view the Olympic Stadium. Approximately 40km north of the city, is the Orienenburg Concentration Camp, Sachsenhausen, also highly recommended.
Sights & Monuments

Berlin is home to a wide range of museums and galleries, many of them displaying some of the most important collections in the world. Everyone will find something of their interest, as the more than 200 museums in this city cover topics that range from history and art to technology, film and even public transport. In this section you will find some of the most important and recommended museums, along with practical information to get there.
Museums & Galleries

Berlin is home to a wide range of museums and galleries, many of them displaying some of the most important collections in the world. Everyone will find something of their interest, as the more than 200 museums in this city cover topics that range from history and art to technology, film and even public transport. In this section you will find some of the most important and recommended museums, along with practical information to get there.
Streets & Outdoors

Berlin is positively overrun with markets and that’s no bad thing. On nearly every popular street, you’l find a bundle of Turkish food stalls or a buzzing flea market so get ready to hunt for some bargains. Mauer Park Flea Market is one of the better known and has a warm and lively vibe so be sure to save a Sunday for it. Winterfeldt Market in is great if you’re food shopping. But don’t worry if you can’t make it to these, the city is never short of markets just keep an eye out while you’re exploring the streets. If you don’t fancy the hectic, haggling style of markets, there are also a large number of stylish and quirky shops available. Check out Krezberg for the funkiest.
Shopping

Berlin has a wide array of places to eat, drink and relax. Restaurants offer a broad range of cuisines for varying budgets, many vegetarian and vegan friendly. Takeaway stands are plentiful, particularly those serving döner kebabs and currywursts, both of which originated in Berlin. Cafés litter every corner offering beautiful cakes and pastry creations. There is something to suit all tastes.
Eating Out

Berlin has a wide array of places to eat, drink and relax. Restaurants offer a broad range of cuisines for varying budgets, many vegetarian and vegan friendly. Takeaway stands are plentiful, particularly those serving döner kebabs and currywursts, both of which originated in Berlin. Cafés litter every corner offering beautiful cakes and pastry creations. There is something to suit all tastes.
Bars, Clubs & Beer Gardens

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