To people who are described by The Rolling Stones song as men “of wealth and taste,” then you should definitely visit the land famous for its sauerkraut, bratwurst, and many other delicacies: Germany. Literally at the heart of Europe—since it is bordered by nine other European countries—Germany is the perfect gateway if you want to […]
Visiting Germany for its Christmas markets and missing the Berlin Christmas Market might be one of your biggest mistakes. However, you might be tight pressed to make a particular choice since Berlin, the capital of Germany, boasts of no less than sixty Christmas markets where you can go along with your family and indulge in […]
Also known locally as the Neue Synagogue, this synagogue was designed primarily by Eduard Knoblauch and then by Friedrich August Stuler. It was constructed between 1859-1866 as the primary synagogue of the Jewish community of Berlin. Many consider it as one of the important architectures of the nineteenth century in Berlin.
Charlottenburg Palace – a historical delight Designed by Johann Arnold Nering and built during the end of the seventeenth century, and located in Berlin’s western Charlottenburg disrict, the Charlottenburg Palace, also known as Schloss Charlottenburg, is the biggest palace in Berlin. This eighteenth century baroque palace was totally ravaged during the Second World War, but […]
Brandenburg Gate – the former gate to the city One of the main symbols of Berlin, the Branderberg Gate is also a former gate of the city of Berlin. Constructed in 1791, this gate is situated to the west of the center of the city and at the crossing of Ebertstraße and Unter den Linden. […]
This is place to visit if you are interested to view lots of vases and statues from the Roman and Greek era. Constructed between 1823 and 1830, the Altes Museum is famous with tourists because of its huge collection of antique artifacts. Karl Friedrich Schinkel built this neoclassical style structure for displaying the art collection […]
Enjoy dinner perched high atop the rest of the city and watch the views from that vantage point. Known locally as the Fernsehturm, the Berlin TV Tower is one of the most popular amongst other tourist spots.
Do you have the courage to cross the zone, crossing which was considered impossible a decade or so back? Officially demolished on 9 November 1989, the Berlin wall was infamous for being one of the most impenetrable barriers that divided the erstwhile divided East Germany and West Germany.
If you’re planning a vacation to Berlin, your main concern is likely finding a hotel that fits your needs. Here, you’ll find everything you need to know about several top hotels in Berlin, whether you’re pinching pennies, or not on a budget at all.
Berlin is the capital of united Germany and prior to that it was the capital of Germany and before that the old capital of Prussia. It is also famous for its museums, including one that exhibits the bust of Nofretete-Nefertiti. Tourists are awe struck by the architecture of its buildings, for example the Brandenburger Tor […]
Brandenburg Gate is the emblem of Berlin. It was engineered between 1788-1791. It separated Berlin in two (Western Berlin and Eastern Berlin). On December 22th, 1989 when the Berlin Fall had fallen, the Brandenburg Gate was once again opened.