Top things to do in Berlin
The fascinating city of Berlin is one of the top tourist destinations in Germany. There are numerous landmarks, architectural jewels and historic buildings in the capital city. Besides visiting the major sights, visitors of Berlin can do innumerable things here. Getting out on the Museum Island, visiting the Berlin Wall, relaxing in the Charlottenburg gardens, finding out more about the Jewish history of the city, having a picnic in Grunewald are just some of the top things to do in Berlin. Try as many as you can of the previously mentioned activities. I guarantee you will enjoy your stay and return home with memorable experiences.
Get out on the Museum Island
The World Heritage Site, the Museum Island (Museumsinsel) of Berlin is an extremely popular tourist attraction. There are five fantastic museums here which attract dozens of visitors yearly: the Neues Museum, the Altes Museum, the Bode Museum, the Alte Nationalgalerie and the Pergamon Museum. All these museums are absolutely worth visiting tourist attractions of Berlin. You shouldn’t miss them either.
Visit the Berlin Wall
Berlin Wall is world famous. Everyone knows the history of it. It was almost totally demolished in 1990, but some remains of it can be still seen here. You can make a walk from the Freidrichshain district to the Kreuzberg district, along the Spree, as a visual history tour of the wall. Make a photo at a section of the wall. It is surely a remarkable historical experience.
Relax in the Charlottenburg gardens
The Schloss Charlottenburg is one of the major highlights of Berlin. Visit this wonderful palace and its gardens. Besides the fact that the palace is an extraordinary architectural jewel of the city, its gardens are some of the best places to relax in romantic atmosphere. This Baroque style garden attracts dozens of local people and visitors at the same time. It includes wonderful gardens and buildings like the Belvedere.
Find out more about the Jewish history of the city
There are some sights where you can get in touch with the Jewish history of the city. Such sights are the Jüdisches Museum, the Denkmal für die Ermordeten Juden Europas Memorial and the Neue Synagogue.
If you want to find out more about the Jewish history of Berlin, the best place to go is the Jüdisches Museum which presents the economic and cultural life of Berlin, some prominent Jews’ stories and facts relating to how they contributed to the community’ life.
Have a picnic in Grunewald
Grunewald is the largest forested area in the city. Having picnic in this area is a very popular activity here. In case you would like to get rid of the urban stress and relax, Grunewald is the place to go. You will feel like you made an excursion to the woods. It is surely a great day out.