Posts Tagged: Berlin for Free

How is the Weather in Berlin in April?

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Berlin in April

The month of April in Berlin is a month that offers changeable spring weather and tends to be cool and sometimes wet. Average Temperatures Average Rainfall What to Pack Things to Do HOW WARM OR COLD WILL IT BE?

What to Do in December in Berlin

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This post covers things to do in December in Berlin, including free, nighttime, Christmas, as well as family-friendly activities, all updated for 2019. Top 10 Free Things to Do Night Options Family-Friendly Things to Do Any Time Free Tours By Foot      TOP 10 THINGS TO DO IN DECEMBER This top 10 list […]

How to Visit the East Side Gallery in Berlin

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This post will help you plan your visit to the East Side Gallery, an outdoor section of the Berlin Wall covered with murals by world artists. We include directions, the best times to visit, what to expect and more.   What to Expect When to Visit How to Get Here The Wall Museum Nearby Attractions Guide […]

Things to Do in Berlin in August

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This post lists the top things to do in August in Berlin, including a top 10 list, free things to do, family-friendly activities as well as things to do at night.  Top 10 Things to Do Nighttime Activities Family-Friendly Free Things to Do Free Tours by Foot   TOP 10 THINGS TO DO IN AUGUST […]

Tours and Things to Do in East Berlin

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This post is a review and comparison of Cold War-themed guided tours as well as a self-guided tour of things to see and do in East Berlin. Scroll down in this post for a map that takes you to the highlights in East Berlin, accompanied with descriptions. Walking Tours Bike Tours Self-Guided Tours Checkpoint Charlie […]

The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin

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The Brandenburg Gate is the symbol of Berlin and the reunited Germany as well. The six columned gate with the quadriga (a chariot drawn by four horses abreast) on top is situated at the “Pariser Platz” in the center of Berlin, next door to the American Embassy. The Reichstag is close and the avenue “Unter […]

Topography of Terror

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Berlin Topography of Terror

This post is a preview of the Topography of Terror Museum.  Berlin is a city with an extremely troubling past. As the location of the Nazis rise to political power, Hitler’s command center during World War II, and a fractured city split into two by the Cold War-era Wall, modern Berlin has many difficult tales […]

13 Free Things to Do in Berlin

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Berlin for Free

This post provides 13 ideas to enjoy Berlin absolutely for free, with a few almost free ideas mixed in.  This is the best city in the world for a lot of reasons but mostly because no matter where you come from you can enjoy this city on whatever budget and at whatever pace you choose. […]

Berlin Graffiti and Street Art Tour

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Berlin Street Art

This is a self-guided tour of the varieties of graffiti and street art one can find on the streets of Berlin.  Graffiti and street art is very typical for Berlin and can be found everywhere. The former city mayor described Berlin as “poor and sexy”. Graffiti and street art just fit right into this slogan. While […]

Spandauer Vorstadt – Self-guided tour of Historic Old Berlin

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While the old historic center of Berlin was destroyed in World War II and most of the buildings are reconstructions, the Spandauer Vorstadt, between Alexanderplatz and the theater district (e.g. Friedrichstadtpalast with its Las Vegas-like shows) has the real old houses from the 18th and 19th century. This neighborhood had also been the center of […]