Category: Things To Do

Biking – and Eating – Your Way Around Berlin on a Berlin Food and Bike Tour

September 24, 2014

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The bikes all lined up in a row

A true Berliner would argue that the only way to get around the city is on the seat of a bicycle. Despite having a phenomenal metro system the city is huge and to truly explore it you need two wheels. We pedaled around town on the evening Berlin food tour by bike Viator tour stopping along the way to see some unique sights and of course eat.

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Visiting Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp From Berlin

September 11, 2014

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Visiting Sachsenhausen concentration camp from Berlin

Modern Berlin might be one of Europe’s most vibrant cultural capitals, but if you’re touring the city’s sights, you can’t help but be confronted by reminders of its troubled past – the World Wars that destroyed much of the city, the subsequent Cold War that left it torn in two, and of course, the heart-wrenching realities of the Holocaust. In the city center, the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe and the Jewish Museum offer fittingly poignant memorials, but the most heart-wrenching tribute to the countless tragedies of the Holocaust lies just north of Berlin, in the sleepy suburb of Oranienburg – the notorious Sachsenhausen concentration camp.

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Berlin Heritage Day

September 4, 2014

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Visit the capital for Berlin Heritage Day

From abandoned amusement parks to hilltop Allied listening posts to hidden cemeteries, Berlin is teeming with unique and little-known attractions and there’s no better time to get off-the-beaten-track than Berlin Heritage Day. A weekend-long event held each September, Berlin Heritage Day, or the ‘Day of the Open Monument’, forms part of the European Heritage Day celebrations and offers access to hundreds of historical buildings, churches, palaces, archeological sites and monuments normally off-bounds to the public.

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Potsdam Palace Night

August 28, 2014

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Sanssouci Palace, Potsdam

With its opulent Baroque palaces and landscaped parklands, the former Prussian capital is one of Germany’s most impressive UNESCO World Heritage Sites and a popular day trip from Berlin, and the most atmospheric time to visit is the Potsdam Palace Night. Held one night a year in the magnificent landscaped gardens of Sanssouci Palace, King Friedrich II’s (Frederick the Great) lavish private retreat, the Potsdam Palace Night, or the Night of the Palaces, is a nocturnal spectacle of music, dance and theater, accompanied by a dazzling display of illuminations and fireworks.

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Berlin’s Best Picnic Spots

August 14, 2014

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Tiergarten park, Berlin

Almost completely encircled by parklands, Berlin has long been known as one of Europe’s greenest capital cities and there are ample opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, take a break from sightseeing or simply escape from inner city life. From royal parks and world-renowned zoos to idyllic botanical gardens and lakeside beaches, here are some of Berlin’s best picnic spots.

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A Food, Culture, and Street Art Tour of Berlin

August 7, 2014

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Beer in Berlin

Explore a new side of Berlin through the food and street art.

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