Berlin is the capital of Germany and Germany’s largest city. When visiting, we recommend taking advantage of all the diverse options that this historically and culturally rich city has to offer.
See Yourself at a Restaurant #food
Hugo’s: A fine dining experience on the more expensive end, Hugo’s juxtaposes classic haute cuisine with an avant-garde new German style
Jolesch: Jolesch is an Austrian restaurant that serves Germanic food, including classic dishes such as wiener schnitzel and tafelspitz, which actually originated in Vienna
The Bird: This is the place for beef—a relaxed atmosphere and less expensive menu with delicious German burgers
See Yourself Visiting #attractions
Museum Island is a grouping of five museums: the Old National Gallery, Old Museum, New Museum, Bode Museum and Pergamonmuseum, which is a collection of Greek, Roman, East Asian and Islamic art
Visit the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, a grid of 2,711 concrete blocks made to memorialize victims of the Third Reich.
Brandenburg Gate: This famous gate has survived through major historical events including Napoleonic invasions, Nazi parades and the falling of the Berlin Wall and is designed based on the Acropolis entrance
East Side Gallery: The longest intact section of the Berlin Wall that was painted after the wall’s fall, the East Side Gallery is located in a grim neighborhood that gives an ominous feeling
See Yourself #outdoors
Viktoriapark: Located in the hipster neighborhood of Kreuzberg, walk to the top of the park’s hill for a panoramic view of city and check out the 200-foot waterfall.
Tiergarten: A 630-acre escape from the city, Tiergarten is a meadow full of trees, lakes and wildlife—not to mention two biergartens.