Berlin Germany’s capital has witnessed more history related events that I can recall in its lifetime; the city has been to the top and bottom.
Berlin has many stories, ranging from the fall of a dictatorship to the creation of an international community based on tolerance, diversity and freedom. Every city is unique and has its own story. Each town is unique in its atmosphere, which can be attributed to people, history, politics, and architectural opportunities. You will discover that the more you look into a city, the livelier it becomes.
Berlin, with its turbulent past, is today the place to go if you want to experience an open-minded, diverse population and a life so vibrant that nothing can stop it.
Berlin offers a vibrant mix of pop culture and colours, as well as environmental sustainability. There are many areas rich in history and tradition that proudly reflect our past.
Berlin is my favorite city. Acceptance of everyone and the desire to be successful, improve and enjoy the journey. Berlin is able to show that although the city came close to destruction during World War II, even though an edifice divided the inhabitants of the city at one point, even though it suffered most, the city gained. The city grew, learned from its mistakes and demonstrated to the world that you can create a better world by rising out of the ruins.
Berlin, a city of immense size and importance in the European Union is tied to European culture and history. Berlin has many places worth seeing, including the East Side Gallery, Berliner Fernsehturm and Museum Island.
Berlin is a city that combines the old and new. For those who were born in the 21st Century, you can explore and enjoy a variety of historic and exciting sites.
1. See the reichstag building
The Reichstag Building, or Reichstagsgebaude as it is known in German, houses the German Parliament. The lower part of the German parliament is called Bundestag.
This structure can be described in many ways, including as massive, enormous and spectacular. You can choose.
It is a stunning example of European architecture. Just watching it takes you back to a different time. The Reichstag Building, which is more than 100 years old but looks much older when you are sitting near it or looking at it due to its magnificence, has been around for over 100.
During the Battle of Berlin the Reichstag Building, one of its main targets, was completely destroyed. The official German Reunification Ceremony took place there in 1990. It is the most popular tourist attraction in Germany today and a must-see for anyone visiting Berlin. Although the building is stunning, it’s the dome in the centre that makes the visit unique.
2. Take in the best views of berlin from the berlin television tube
Berlin Fernsehturm (German: Berlin Fernsehturm) has been classified as one of Europe’s highest structures due to its spectacular views. The tallest building is in Germany. The view of Berlin is breathtaking from its height. It will certainly turn your head.
Berlin Television Tower The Berlin Television Tower, built by East Berlin communists during the Berlin division to separate West Germany and East Germany. The tower was also a symbol for the power of communism in Berlin. Berlin Fernsehturm is a popular tourist destination and one that every visitor to Berlin must see.
What is the most attractive thing about this building? On top, there’s both a restaurant and bar! In an hour, you can enjoy delicious food at a rotating restaurant. You can see Berlin from all angles.
3. Explore the east side gallery and learn about the berlin wall
Some fragments remained when the Berlin Wall fell in 1989. There’s nothing better than visiting the Berlin Wall to learn more about its history. Imagine you are standing in front of the wall and looking around. It instantly connects you to the lives of people who fled communist East Germany through this wall.
East Side Gallery, one of the locations where there is still wall, can be found. Germans wanted to create each piece of history to be unique. It’s no surprise that the Berlin Wall is covered in murals, pictures, patterns, and other artwork. It is important to note that the wall does not represent division, but rather a symbol for life and diversity.
East Side Gallery is the 1300 meters worth of artwork that enlivens the surrounding. Ask one of our guides if you want to know more about East Side Gallery and its artwork. The guides will be more than happy to help you with any questions and they speak many languages so it shouldn’t be a problem communicating.
The website can be accessed for free.
4. Dance at one of the most famous nightclub in the world
Do you like nightclubs? Berlin is an ultimate nightclub heaven! Berlin’s nightlife is amazing. There’s always a great place to dance in Berlin.
Berghain is also called Panorama Bar and it’s one of those nightclubs you will be surprised by. The nightclub is a techno-focused club and it’s one of the most renowned clubs in the world!
It’s a fantastic atmosphere. Panorama Bar is built inside an old power station. The bar is primarily geared towards homosexuals but everyone can enjoy themselves on the dance floor.
Be prepared to see some bizarre sights and sounds if you decide to visit the club. You enter the club on your own responsibility because it is known for its glamour and glitz. Tickets are priced differently, so make sure you have enough money if going.
5. Schabuhne theatre plays
Germany has a fantastic theatre scene. German theatre is a fantastic stage scene. After nine years of performing on the stage, I am in awe at how Germans create plays and perform.
Schaubuhne, located in Wilmersdorf in Berlin’s district of Berlin, is the perfect place for theatre enthusiasts to discover what Germany has to offer. Schaubuhne, a well known theatre with directors like Peter Stein or Thomas Ostermeier since 1999 is the perfect place to do this.
There are a number of performances in German. There’s nothing to worry about if you don’t speak German. Schaubühne theatre is known for their international selection. The theatre Schaubuhne is often a meeting place for directors from abroad, as well as presenting works of international authors. Sometimes it is possible to watch the show with English subs. It is a great opportunity to let the international audience know that Schaubuhne welcomes them too.