From palaces and parks to canals and courtyards, Berlin has a wide variety of things to do and places to see while visiting the lovely city. Consider the following options if you are planning to head there in the near future.
1. TV Tower Berlin
Want to get a bird’s eye view of the gorgeous Berlin skyline? Head up to the ever popular TV Tower Berlin where you will begin to see more and more on your way up to the top, arrive at the observation deck and start to take in the beautiful panoramic views from right near the clouds. If you have time, consider making it even more unforgettable and staying for dinner, drinks or both at the rotating “Sphere” restaurant! Book your visit in advance before you come to Berlin.
Chances are that you have already seen pictures of this beautifully landscaped and constructed palace and park. However, getting the chance to see it up close is a whole other story! Take a tour around the garden and stately buildings, admire the park’s traditional and pictures of the Chinese teahouse and take in all the beauty that seems to exude its every inch! I would definitely recommend the City Of Emperors 6-Hour Walking Tour because it is the best way to Explore the state capital of Brandenburg’s beautiful baroque streets and buildings
3. Dali Expedition
For art lovers and enthusiasts, this is an absolute must! Spend two hours wandering and touring around Salvador Dali’s amazing works inside the Potsdamer Platz. Get the chance to have a look inside the famously creative mind that was able to allow him such fantastic talent and a way with art that has become known throughout the entire world. It is located at a private museum right in the heart of the city and would make as the perfect morning or afternoon activity for anyone visiting Berlin.
Who wouldn’t want to explore the world’s largest freestanding aquarium or get the chance to witness the largest box of LEGO pieces in the world? At AquaDom and Sealife, all of that is possible and so much more! With more than 38 basins, you will get to see up close and personal over 4,000 creatures that make their homes inside the 1 million liters of water! Save time and money and try to “score” a ticket before you go to Berlin
5. DDR Museum Berlin
With so much of a rich and interesting history, the DDR Museum Berlin is able to make it not only intriguing but also fun and interactive as well! Paying a visit there will give you the opportunity to rummage through drawers and cupboards, originally furnished rooms, learn the history and even drive a Trabant or dance to East German Rock! Always buy your tickets for the DDR Museum Berlin in advance!