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Berlin is an amazing city, and I did not think I would like it so much. There is everything you need - culture, festivals, gardens, historical monuments, museums ... it is a very nice city. It is 8 times the size of Paris, so you have to be prepared to walk a lot. The center is organized around the Mitte district and the Museum Island (most of the museums are concentrated there, it needs at least a day if you like art). Then there is a notable difference between what was West Berlin and East Berlin. You can see it at various points. I recommend you spend a couple of hours also at the museum of the Wall. For the alternative face of Berlin, you have to go Oranienstrasse. Tacheles is the main building. At the weekend there are also a few markets around Friedrichstrain for example. Eating is very cheap but the accommodation is on par with other capitals.
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Interrail summer 2012

Another city we visited was Berlin - beautiful, cosmopolitan and alternative so it's one of my favorite cities. Even as the Germans say, Berlin is not Germany!
Maria Valls
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Socialist mural in the federal building finance

A stunning contrast between the socialist mural of Max Lingner, on the facade of the former Reich Ministry of Aviation (the current Federal Ministry of Finance) and the same sized mural in the center of the square facing this building which reflects the images of a demonstration in which the security forces killed hundreds. Note: in this building the intervention of the bombing of Guernica by the German army was forged on a trial basis.
Carlos Rillo Lizán
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A place to unwind from the city. The old airport is now a place for rest and leisure, with urban gardens and people flying kites. In what was formerly the Terminal, there are cultural events related to fashion or, for example, startup business. Metro: Tempelhof, Platz der Luftbrücke.
raquel R G
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The Berlin Welcome Card becomes almost obligatory when visiting the beautiful German capital. There are many alternatives when buying it, depending on the duration of your stay and the places you want to visit. We were in town for 7 nights, so we chose the duration of 72 hours. Best and indispensable (and included on the card) ... a visit the Museum Island. AMAZING.


I highly recommend this hotel for both business and leisure travellers. It is well located in the center of Ku'damn. Rooms are spacious, clean and quiet. The service is friendly and the prices are good. It has free WIFI in the hotel reception. The hotel is well served by both Metro and several bus lines, including Tegel Airport.
Carlos Frias
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Berlin ... that city! i assume as a w...

BERLIN ... that city! I assume as a woman in love in Berlin, his great personality, diversity, strength and beauty. I've visited three times and I have enough time! It bothers me so cold climate in the winter and still so fresh in the spring, but it's still a welcoming city. His great personality forces you to walk through its streets and imagine all that has happened in them throughout their history ... Mainly its recent history, during the 20th century, and yet it was partially destroyed during World War II, everything is there, you can imagine it, feel it and reflect it. Observe directly the main building of the Humboldt University, facing the beautiful avenue of Unter den Linden, remember that there, before your eyes, is the building at some time attended Albert Einstein and Nobel Prize winners 28 more plus medical women like Michelle Bachelet, President of Chile today. Observe what is now the Faculty of Law, formerly the National Library where they left hundreds of thousands of books burned by students indoctrinated by the Nazi regime, to the mid-30s .... Walk through Mitte in 2009, touring the Plaza Marx and Engels, and all the museums that make up the "island" will offer a variety of objects and collections that will instruct and give you knowledge. Walking through the square in front of the old Cathedral "Berliner Dom", look away, c television tower Plarz Alexander, takes you to link the past with the present. Walking from the City Hall "Rotes Rathaus", passing the Opera Theatre for a University up to the Brandenburg Gate, is just part of the charm when visiting the first frame of this city, which has been rebuilt and many decades like its people, continues on challenging the future.

BERLÍN…Que ciudad!!!
Me asumo como una mujer enamorada de Berlín, de su gran personalidad, diversidad, fuerza y belleza.
La he visitado en tres ocasiones y me ha faltado tiempo!!!
Me incomoda su clima tan frio en el invierno y aún tan fresco durante la primavera, pero aún así es una ciudad acogedora.
Su gran personalidad te obliga a pasear por sus calles e imaginar todo lo que ha ocurrido en ellas a lo largo de su historia... Principalmente su historia reciente, durante el siglo 20, aún y que fue parcialmente destruida durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial, todo está ahí, puedes imaginarlo, palparlo y reflexionarlo.
Observar directamente el edificio principal de la Universidad Humboldt, de frente a la hermosa avenida de Unter den Linden; recordar que ahí, ante tus ojos, está el edificio al que asistió en algún tiempo Albert Einsten y 28 ganadores del Premios Nobel más, además de mujeres como la médico Michelle Bachelet, actual Presidenta de Chile.
Observar lo que hoy es la Facultad de Derecho, anteriormente Biblioteca Nacional de donde salieron los cientos de miles de libros quemados por estudiantes adoctrinados por el régimen Nazista, a mediados de los años 30s....
Caminar por Mitte en el año 2009, recorrer la Plaza Marx y Engels, y todos los museos que forman la "isla" te ofrecen una gran variedad de objetos y colecciones que te instruyen y te brindan conocimiento. Pasear por la plaza frente a la antigua Catedral "Berliner Dom", mirar a lo lejos, c la torre de televisión de Alexander Plarz, te lleva a unir el pasado con el presente.
Caminar desde el Palacio Municipal "Rotes Rathaus", pasando por el teatro de la Opera, por a Universidad hasta llegar a la Puerta de Brandenburgo, es solo parte del encanto al visitar el primer cuadro de esta ciudad, que lleva muchas décadas reconstruyéndose y que al igual que su gente, continúa adelante desafiando al futuro.
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Phenomenal !!

It is a unique experience celebrating New Year's Eve at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin! I've never seen so many people all at once, I read that there must have been about 1 and a half million people. The air we breathe is the funny crazy, it seems to be a huge party of the country, shacks that will sell you all sorts of good things to eat and drink (especially mulled wine with rum to warm up a little bit)! I wanted to take a ride on the Ferris wheel to see from all the people who were there, a lot, awesome! The show organized by the German television was very well cared for, with many artists, I do not know anyone ... except of course Kim Wilde! I was very amazed by the organization, the police had closed all access roads except for one, so you can also check that people do not bring with them bottles and fireworks! What else ... unique experience to try at least once in your life! Happy New Year to all :-)


È un'esperienza unica festeggiare l'ultimo dell'anno a Berlino sotto la porta di Brandeburgo! Non ho mai visto così tanta gente tutta insieme, ho letto che ci saranno state circa 1 milione e mezzo di persone. L'aria goliardica che si respira è pazzesca, sembra di essere ad un'enorme festa di paese, baracchine che ti vendono ogni sorta di ben di dio da mangiare e da bere (soprattutto vin brulè con rum per scaldarsi un pó)! Ho voluto fare un giro sulla ruota panoramica per vedere dall'alto tutta la gente che c'era, tantissima, impressionante! Lo spettacolo organizzato dalla tv tedesca era molto ben curato, con molti artisti, non ne conoscevo nessuno ovviamente...tranne Kim Wilde!!! Sono rimasto molto stupito dall'organizzazione, le forze dell'ordine avevano chiuso tutte le vie d'accesso tranne una, in modo da poter anche controllare che la gente non portasse con sé bottiglie e fuochi d'artificio! Che altro dire...esperienza unica, da provare almeno una volta nella vita! Buon anno a tutti :-)
Simone Rossi
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Looking to the future without forgetting the past

A city that combines the past with the future, who remembers his darkest time paying homage to the victims, and celebrate the change with a multicultural environment in which people of different races, tribes and ideologies coexist. The city tour is all you need for sensitive hearts will be moved, either in the square where the Nazis burned books banned or Holocaust memorial, where large stones that seem to resemble tombstones anonymous beings victims of extreme ideas , up to a converted church in memorial to the pain of the mothers of the victims. Only here you will find modern buildings near others whose facades are damaged by bullets and shrapnel from WWII. The remains of the wall, the world clock, Pergamon Museum, the squats, the parliament, the park Tiegarten, check point charlie, different markets ... combined into a whole that makes this magnificent city, a special place. If anyone wants to visit a concentration camp, Sachsenhousen is close, you can reach by train, just half an hour away. Now it is a museum that can be visited. The very sensitive should be careful, in my case to get notice a sensation of cold and sadness that had no physical explanation, but still I recommend you go.

Mirar al futuro sin olvidar el pasado

Una ciudad que combina el pasado con el futuro, que recuerda su época más oscura homenajeando a las victimas, y celebra el cambio con un ambiente multicultural en el que gentes de diferentes razas, tribus e ideologias conviven.
El recorrido por la ciudad es todo lo necesario para que corazones sensibles se conmuevan, sea en la plaza donde los nazis quemaron los libros prohibidos o en el monumento al Holocausto, donde grandes piedras que parecen lapidas recuerdan a los seres anonimos victimas de las ideas extremas, hasta llegar a una iglesia reconvertida en monumento al dolor de las madres de las victimas.
Solo aqui encontrareis edificios modernos cerca de otros cuyas fachadas estan dañadas por las balas y la metralla de la segunda guerra mundial.
Los restos del muro, el reloj mundial, el museo de Pergamo, las casas okupas, el parlamento, el parque tiegarten, check point charlie, los distintos mercadillos... combinan en un todo magnifico que hace a esta ciudad, un lugar especial.
Si alguno desea visitar un campo de concentracion, Sachsenhousen esta muy cerca, se puede llegar en tren, apenas media hora de viaje. Ahora es un museo que se puede visitar. Las personas muy sensibles deben tener cuidado, en mi caso al entrar note una sensacion de frio y tristeza que no tenia ninguna explicacion fisica, pero aún así os recomiendo que vayais.
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Walking around berlin in winter, with...

Walking around Berlin in winter, with the bitter cold, snow on the ground and the temperature to minus 15 is not just a pleasure, but the city is beautiful, restless, full of people, especially young people, that move that s 'encounter living in close contact. It's been over twenty years since the fall of the "Wall", the symbol of this city and a symbol of a war called "cold", but that has caused so many victims in this border. Look for signs of this past, to see the symbols of this memory that you do not want to forget to be a warning to present and future generations, in an urban route that goes from the Holocaust Monument to the white crosses with the names of those young people who died in trying to escape from the totalitarian regime of the GDR, from the perimeter where there was the "wall" the evidence left by the same symbol as the dome of the Reichstag, the buildings in Potsdamer Platz and the Sony Center, this was my walk with "the photographic eye "looking for pictures but also emotions.

Passeggiare per Berlino d'inverno, con il freddo pungente, la neve per terra e la temperatura a meno 15 non è proprio un vero piacere, ma la città è splendida, in fermento, piena di gente, soprattutto giovani, che si muovono che s'incontrano che vivono a contatto.

Sono passati più di vent'anni dalla caduta del "Muro", simbolo di questa città e simbolo di una guerra, chiamata "fredda", ma che ha fatto tante vittime in questo luogo di confine.
Cercare i segni di questo passato, vedere i simboli di questa memoria che non si vuole scordare per essere monito alle generazioni presenti e future, in un percorso urbano che va dal Monumento all'Olocausto alle croci bianche coi nomi di quei giovani morti nel cercare di fuggire dal regime totalitario della DDR; dal perimetro dove sorgeva il "muro" ai resti lasciati dello stesso come simbolo; la cupola del Reichstag, i palazzi di Potsdamer Platz e il Sony center, questo è stato il mio passeggiare con "l'occhio fotografico" alla ricerca di immagini ma anche di emozioni.
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In the famous tv tower in berlin you ...

In the famous TV Tower in Berlin you can do two things: 1st Contemplating overwhelmed the huge building, looking down, look overwhelmed the long tail input, bring the view, apabullarse, look down and see the price, apabullarse of again .... And after a moment of contemplation overwhelming go to Alexander Platz (for example) with the feeling of having seen one of the buildings (and tails) largest in Europe. Arming yourself with patience 2nd, empty your pockets and go .... Up in one of the fastest elevators in the city's more than 350 meters in less than two minutes. Disembarking and .... See what is perhaps the most wonderful view of the city of Berlin. I spent over two hours in the circular lookout Toothpick, watching as the sun was setting, like the lights of Berlin (few) were going on ... If you finally decide to climb have to do it this late in the afternoon, really worth it. All the gazebo is full of panels explaining what building, park or historic site you see at all times, also the whole viewpoint is full of people, and in a hurry .. But the view makes up for everything. You can see quite clearly the old separation between West Berlin and East, there is the Brandenburg Gate at the end of Unter den Linden, the Alexander Plazt ... A true wonder. For those who have not spent all your patience and money recommend one floor up, the Toothpick coffee. Besides the same fantastic views, one can enjoy a croissant while its cafeteria rotates 360 degrees, giving a full turn and a half. That said, a fantastic and overwhelming but with the disadvantage of the tails and the high price. This sculpture is the work of Brigitte and Martin Matschinsky and was erected in 1987 with Movito the 750th anniversary of the inauguration of the city and wanted to be a symbol of the recent merger of the two Germanys. I especially liked how well it blends in with the neighborhood in which it is located very close to the famous "broken church" (Church Kaiser) and in one of the most elegant districts of Berlin.

Ante la famosa Torre de la Televisión de Berlín uno puede hacer dos cosas:

1ª Comtemplar apabullado el enorme edificio, bajar la vista, contemplar apabullado la larguísima cola de entrada, subir la vista, apabullarse, bajar la vista y ver el precio, apabullarse de nuevo.... Y después de un rato de apabullante contemplación irse a la Alexander Platz (por ejemplo) con la sensación de haber visto uno de los edificaciones (y las colas) más grandes de Europa.

2º Armarse de paciencia, vaciar los bolsillos y entrar.... Subir en uno de los ascensores más rápidos de la ciudad los más de 350 metros en menos de dos minutos. Apearse y.... Ver la que quizás sea la vista más maravillosa de la ciudad de Berlín.

Me pasé más de dos horas en el mirador circular del Mondadientes, viendo como el Sol se iba poniendo, como las luces de Berlín (pocas) iban encendiéndose... Si uno finalmente decide subir tiene que hacerlo a esta ultima hora de la tarde, realmente merece la pena.

Todo el mirador está lleno de paneles que explican qué edificio, plaza o lugar histórico ves en cada momento, también todo el mirador está lleno de gente, y de prisa.. Pero la vista lo compensa todo. Puede verse con bastante claridad la antigua separación entre el Berlín occidental y el oriental, se observa la Puerta de Brandenburgo al final de la Unter den Linden, la Alexander Plazt... Una verdadera maravilla.

Para los que aún no hayan gastado toda su paciencia y dinero recomiendo subir una planta más, al café del Mondadientes. Además de las mismas fantásticas vistas, uno puede saborear un croissant mientras su cafetería gira 360º, dando una vuelta completa cada hora y media.

Lo dicho, un lugar fantástico y sobrecogedor pero con el inconveniente de las colas y el alto precio.

Esta escultura es obra de Brigitte y Martin Matschinsky y fue erigida en 1987 con movito del 750 aniversario de la inauguración de la ciudad y quiso ser un símbolo de la reciente unión de las dos alemanias.

Me gustó sobre todo por lo bien que armoniza con el barrio en la que se encuentra, muy cerca de la famosa "iglesia rota" (Iglesia Kaiser) y en uno de los barrios más elegantes de Berlín.
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Berlin says rain and cold. berlin say...

Berlin says rain and cold. Berlin says: - hello good morning beautiful! - And I say: Guten morgen! ... Berlin smells of Turkish food and fresh flowers, tastes like curried sausage and chocolate cake, beer and wine ... Berlin is sometimes gray and sometimes pink, and bicycle bells sounds ... Many bikes! Berlin is on and off like a match, night falls early and the light dawns soon filters through the windows blinds ... devoid of rhythm beats Berlin house, minimal and somewhat unknown to, Berlin lies and wet canal feet in the water ...

Berlin dice lluvia y frío. Berlín dice:- hola guapa buenos días !- y yo digo: Guten morgen!...Berlín huele a comida turca y flores frescas, sabe a salchichas al curry y pastel de chocolate, a cerveza y vino... Berlín es, a veces gris y a veces rosa, y suena a timbres de bicicletas...Muchas bicicletas! Berlin se enciende y se apaga como una cerilla, anochece pronto, amanece pronto y la luz se cuela por las ventanas desprovistas de persianas...Berlín late con ritmo de house, minimal y algo más que desconocemos, Berlín descansa junto al canal y moja los pies en el agua...
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Berlin is one of those cities that you can not miss. No one is disappointed, you have the old you. As advice to the traveler who has never been, I recommend that the first thing to do is stop by and contact Alexanderplatz "Cultourberlin" which is a Spanish company of young people organized city tours very affordable and learn which one lot about Berlin. They have several tours including Sachsenhausen, the concentration camp near Berlin. We made several trips with them and were delighted. The find Alexanderplatz, opposite the entrance to the TV tower, go green. Important advice for those who want to enter visit the Bundestag / Reichstag MUST BOOK IN ADVANCE!. It is the internet, I did from the same hotel where available printer access point included, important because you have to print the document proving the booking confirmation. In my case I was confirmed in two days. If you are going on a few days it's best to take the reservation made before starting the journey. In this link you can see how to make the reservation, is in English but basically what you need to do is send an email to the address listed putting the full names and date of birth of all persons intending to enter the Reichstag, the day and time you want to go (giving several alternative time and days) and wait! Link to instructions: '' 20Bundestag.jpg Berlin is fully visitable on foot, we only bill we get transportation for day trips outside Berlin (Sachsenhausen and Potsdam) but of course we like to kick us in the city. But one day we were very tired and took a taxi back to the hotel and it cost 7 euros. Another couple said they caught several taxis and none went from 8 euros. Which means that if you are staying relatively in the center, the taxi is acceptable occasionally. In Berlin there are many interesting things that go unnoticed unless you go with a guide, in this sense again recommend "Cultourberlin" and his tour "All Berlin" or "Jewish Quarter", you'll see things that would otherwise be impossible.


Berlín es una de esas ciudades que no se pueden dejar de visitar. Nadie queda defraudado, tengas la edad que tengas. Como consejo al viajero que no ha estado nunca, recomiendo que lo primero que haga es pasarse por Alexanderplatz y contacte con "CULTOURBERLIN", que son una empresa española de gente joven que organiza recorridos por la ciudad muy asequibles y con los que se aprenderá un montón sobre Berlín. Tienen varios tours incluido Sachsenhausen, el campo de concentración más cercano a Berlín. Nosotros hicimos varias excursiones con ellos y quedamos encantados. Los encontrarás en Alexanderplatz, enfrente de la entrada a la torre de TV, van de color verde.

Consejo importante para los que quieran entrar el visitar el Bundestag/Reichstag, ¡HAY QUE RESERVAR CON ANTELACIÓN!. Se hace por internet, yo lo hice desde el mismo hotel donde disponía de punto de acceso con impresora incluida, importante ya que hay que imprimir el documento que acredita la confirmación de reserva. En mi caso me confirmaron en dos días. Si se va con pocos días lo mejor es llevar la reserva hecha antes de iniciar el viaje. En este enlace podéis ver la forma de hacer la reserva, está en inglés pero básicamente lo que hay que hacer es mandar un email a la dirección que aparece poniendo los nombres completos y fecha de nacimiento de todas las personas que vayan a entrar al Reichstag, el día y hora a la que se quiere entrar (dando varias alternativas de hora y días) ¡y a esperar!
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Berlín es completamente visitable a pie, nosotros solo sacamos billete de transporte para los días de las excursiones fuera de Berlín (Sachsenhausen y Postdam) pero claro a nosotros nos gusta patearnos la ciudad. No obstante un día estábamos muy cansados y tomamos un taxi de retorno al hotel y nos costó 7 euros. Otra pareja nos dijo que cogieron varios taxis y que ninguno pasó de 8 euros. Lo que significa que si estás alojado relativamente en el centro, es asumible el taxi ocasionalmente.

En Berlín hay muchas cosas de interés que pasan desapercibidas a no ser que vayas con guía, en este sentido recomiendo de nuevo a "CULTOURBERLÍN" y su tour "Todo Berlín" o "Barrio Judío", verás cosas que de otro modo sería imposible.
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Trip to berlin in may 2014. das blari...

Trip to Berlin in May 2014. das blaring to visit a lot of sites. Must rent a bicycle at least one day, as the public transport is a joy, but move by bike also a city without slopes. Getting around Kreuzberg a day of market, it is different from what we usually experience here. East Side Gallery, the best preserved part of the wall, is where you can find the most famous paintings of Berlin. If Gustis of gastronomic tourism, I will not talk about the currywurst famossima, which you can find presented in various ways, but the best are always Sern those of street stalls or beer gardens. But you can not miss one of the oldest breweries in the city. Near the church "Nikolaikirche". Berlin quality food. Stay in the hotel chain Catalonia Berlin Mitte, almost mistakenly booked, but of course, the best mistake of the trip. Unsurpassed treatment and care.

Viaje a Berlín en 2014.

5 días a todo trapo para visitar un montón de sitios.
Imprescindible alquilar una bici al menos un día, ya que el transporte público es una gozada, pero moverse en bici por una ciudad sin cuestas, también.

Moverse por Kreuzberg un día de mercadillo, es una experiencia diferente a lo que acostumbramos aquí.

East Side Gallery, la zona mejor conservada del muro, es donde se pueden encontrar las pinturas más famosas de Berlín.

Si gustáis del turismo gastronómico, no voy a hablar de la famosísima CurryWurst, la cual puedes encontrar presentada de varias formas, pero las mejores son y serán siempre las de puestos de calle o los bier gardens.

Pero no puedes perderte una de las cerveceras más antiguas de la ciudad. Cerca de la iglesia de "Nikolaikirche". Comida berlinesa de calidad.

Estancia en el hotel de la cadena Catalonia Berlin Mitte, casi reservado por error, pero desde luego, el mejor error del viaje. Trato y cuidado insuperables.
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Berlin, the beautiful capital of germ...

Berlin, the beautiful capital of Germany, has a population of about 3.4 million. Being given that this is a very big city, the rental car is highly recommended for visitors. TV tower at Alexanderplatz is one of the largest structures in Europe with a height of 368 meters. Built in 1969, it is visible throughout most of the central districts of Berlin. The city can be seen from the observation floor located 204 meters. Karl Marx The driveway extends to the east. This is an avenue surrounded by majestic residential buildings. The beautiful City Hall has a unique red brick structure. Choose a rental car at the airport in Berlin and start exploring the city. Moreover, the Frankfurt Airport is a major center and a European core international transportation. Take the wheel of your car hire in Berlin and explore the city. The impressive Cathedral of Berlin, is a Protestant cathedral located on the island Spreeinsel (Museum Island), opposite the Berlin Castle and adjacent to Lutsgarten .. St. Hedwig's Cathedral in Berlin is Catholic Romanesque style. The imposing Unter den Linden is a tree-lined avenue led east-west from the Brandenburg Gate to the site of the former Berliner Stadtschloss, and was once the first walk in Berlin. Many classical buildings around the street and part of Humboldt University is located here. Friedrich Strasse, the legendary street of Berlin, combines traditions of the 20th century and modern architecture of today's Berlin. The beautiful Potsdamer Platz is an entire quarter built from nothing in 1995, after the Wall fell. To the west of Potsdamer Platz is the Kultur Square, which houses Gemaelde Gallery. The Neue Nationalgalerie and the world-famous Berlin Philharmonic are nearby. Schloss Charlottenburg is the largest palace in Berlin. The Berlin Film Festival, the Berlinale, is one of the most famous is film festivals in the world and one of the most famous events. If you visit Germany in October, do not miss the famous Oktoberfest. You can book your car hire in Munich Airport and pick up when you arrive ...

Berlin, la très belle capitale de l’Allemagne, a une population d’environ 3,4 millions d’habitants. Étant donne qu’il s’agit d’une très grande ville, la location de voiture est hautement recommandée pour les visiteurs. La tour TV à Alexanderplatz est une des plus imposantes structures en Europe avec une hauteur de 368 mètres. Construite en 1969, elle est visible à travers la plupart des quartiers du centre de Berlin. La ville peut être vue a partir de son étage d’observation situé à 204 mètres de hauteur. L’allée Karl Marx s’étend vers l’est. C’est une avenue entourée par de majestueux bâtiments résidentiels. Le bel Hôtel de Ville possède une structure unique de briques rouges. Choisissez une location de voiture a l’aéroport de Berlin et commencez à découvrir la ville. En outre, l’aéroport de Francfort est un noyau international majeur ainsi qu’un centre de transportation européen.

Prenez le volant de votre voiture de location à Berlin et explorez la ville. L’impressionnant Dôme de Berlin, est une cathédrale protestante située sur l’île Spreeinsel (île aux musées), en face du Château de Berlin et adjacent au Lutsgarten.. La Cathédrale Saint Hedwige de Berlin est de style roman catholique. L’imposant Unter den Linden est une avenue d’arbres dirigée est-ouest a partir de la Porte de Brandebourg jusqu’au site de l’ancien Berliner Stadtschloss, et était autrefois le premier lieu de promenade a Berlin. De nombreux bâtiments classiques entourent la rue et une partie de l’Université Humboldt est située ici. Friedrich strasse, la rue légendaire de Berlin, combine traditions du 20ème siècle et architecture moderne du Berlin d’aujourd’hui. La belle Postdamer Platz est un quartier entier construit de rien en 1995, après que le Mur soit tombé. A l’ouest de la Postdamer Platz se trouve le Kultur Square, qui abrite la Gemaelde Galerie. La Neue Nationalgalerie et la mondialement célèbre Philharmonie de Berlin se trouvent a proximité. Schloss Charlottenburg est le plus grand palais de Berlin. Le Festival du Film de Berlin, la Berlinale, est un est des plus célèbres festivals de film au monde et un des événements les plus réputés.

Si vous visitez l’Allemagne en Octobre, ne manquez surtout pas la célèbre Oktoberfest. Vous pouvez réserver votre location de voiture à l’aéroport de Munich et la ramasser à votre arrivée...
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