The German capital has a great story to tell his visitors. Ravaged during World War II and divided by the wall for 28 years, Berlin regains its former glory by leaps and bounds.

The modern architecture with broad strokes erased the dark past of the city, creating a special atmosphere where it mixes classic with modern and extravagant with the everyday.

The traces of the wall are the best museums where you can relive times of distress by the division, the concentration camps presented their best kept secrets on the consequences of an exacerbated fascism and bunkers spread terror kept one day the hidden city with fear.

Tourism in Berlin offers a wide range of activities, exciting tours and excursions that visitors who manage part of its history and that you love.

In the DDR Museum in the grid will adentraréis world and particularly the German Democratic Republic, Checkpoint Charlie, the scene of continual escapes from citizens on the east side of Berlin, tells his own story, while the Museum Island in Berlin offers a wide range of exhibits for everyone .

Enjoying the tasty currywurst accompanied by a good beer Berlin near the Brandenburg Gate, simply, priceless. Enjoy Berlin from another point of view on this boat trip on the river Spree. Pass by places like Potsdamer Platz, the Parliament, the Museum Island and the Cathedral.


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O2 World (Berlin)

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