What to see in Berlin
Those who choose to explore this jewel of Germany, in addition to the classic tourist attractions, have the opportunity to see the picturesque landscapes of the surroundings or to visit the beautiful castle of Charlottenburg.
Going specifically, we recommend the places that are most worth seeing:
- Brandenburg Gate: symbol of the city, it is in the neoclassical style and during the Cold War it was located in the part of East Berlin.
- Holocaust Memorial: inaugurated in 2005, it is a real labyrinth of 2711 concrete blocks in memory of the over 6 million Jews killed by the Nazis.
- Berlin Wall: during the night of November 9th, 1989, along with the wall fell all political barriers that had for years divided the city in two parts. Today, only 1 km of wall remains, decorated by over 100 artists from all over the world.
- Pergamon Museum: one of the most important museums in the world. It takes its name from the most prestigious work of art kept inside it: the altar of Pergamon. But beyond that, you can also see the museums of ancient art and Islamic art, which are located in the same building and are visited with a single ticket.