Berlin is full of surprises. With its ever-changing life, it's hard to keep up with even a fraction of what is going on in the city.


  • You can still visit Checkpoint Charlie The infamous border crossing point between East and West Berlin. You can visit the nearby Mauer Museum to learn more about the Berlin Wall.
  • Berlin has more canals than Amsterdam and Venice. It’s also estimated to have around 1,700 bridges, including the Oberbaum Bridge.
  • Brandenburg Gate is a symbol of Peace One of Berlin’s famous landmarks, an 18th-century monument commissioned by the Prussian King Friedrich William II and since 1990 has come to stand for the reunification of Germany.
  • The Reichstag is one of the most visited landmarks in Germany A former parliament building, infamous for the Reichstag Fire in 1933, it hosted the official German reunification ceremony in October 1990. The Reichstag is the second most popular tourist site visited in Germany.


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