Berlin – After the highlights


This is a (non exhaustive) list of things to see in Berlin after the must-sees.

Gendarmenmarkt

Translated : the « Gendarmes Market » is an emblematic square located in the heart of Berlin. It is famous for the architecture of the buildings which surround it : the French Cathedral (Französischer Dom) and the German Cathedral (Deutscher Dom)

Unter den Linden

It is the most important street in Berlin. It goes from the Brandenburg Gate until meeting the « Spree » at the « Schlossbrücke« . It is a famous spot for tourism and shopping.

Zoo of Berlin

It is known throughout the world for hosting the largest number of species in the world.
Admission price :
Adults: € 15.50 (€ 21.00 with Aquarium)
Children: € 8.00 (€ 10.50 with Aquarium)
Open daily from 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. or 6 p.m. depending on the period

The Großer Tiergarten park

With the Brandenburg Gate as an entrance, it’s the lung of Berlin. Ideal for a long bike ride.

Alte Nationalgalerie Museum

Located on the same esplanade as the Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom), the museum looks like a Greek temple. It mainly contains 19th century German art. The museum was severely damaged during the Second World War and the reconstruction process continued until 1969

Rathaus : Berlin city hall

Also known as « Rotes Rathaus » (red city hall) because of the color of its bricks

Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church

In German: Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche, also nicknamed « the Hollow Tooth » by the Berliners. It was built in 1891 and bombed in 1943, only the church tower remains, although partially destroyed. After that, it will not be rebuilt to recall that the city suffered from the Second World War.

Charlottenburg Palace (Schloss Charlottenburg)

Summer residence of Sophie Charlotte, wife of voter Frédéric III. Currently, the castle is completely renovated.