We start the day tour of Berlin with the Reichstag (subway: U-Bahn Bundestag), the Parliament of Germany. It is a building that was completed in 1894 after10 years of work. Curiously, the Parliament was not to the liking of the Kaiser of the time, Wilhelm II, who called the building “Reichsaffenhaus”, which literally means “House […]

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Berlin, Germany’s capital city, is an absolute necessity to see for everybody! Those blessed enough to visit this eccentric city will think that its viable yet lovely, creative yet practical, vigorous yet laid-back. Inundate yourself in Berlin’s rich history; investigate the Reichstag, Checkpoint Charlie and the dazzling Brandenburg Gate. Appreciate an espresso under a column […]

City breaks in Berlin

There’s something for everybody during a city break in Berlin. The city brags a fabulous vibe of cool and with so many brilliant attractions. Regardless of whether you’re searching for the rave capital of Europe, or to absorb the imaginative culture, or to dive into the city’s history. The city is praised for its popular […]

The very best budget and non budget hotels in Berlin

Making sure you have good accommodation that suits your comforts and needs and that is within your budget is of the most importance, but do also consider the hotel location in relation to the whereabouts of the attractions you are planning on visiting. The best hotels for the budget free visitors Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin’s […]

The history of the Berlin wall

Although it’s been over 30 years since the Berlin Wall fell, hints of the cold war era can even now be seen and felt throughout the city. GDR-time design and framework is still strewn over the previous east sector of Berlin, from the streetlights and Plattenbauten skyscraper, and the previous Geisterbahnhöfe – the metro “phantom […]

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