3 days itinerary in Berlin
In this guide, I will show you my itinerary for a 3-day trip to Berlin.
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Day 1

Alexanderplatz
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Berliner Fernsehturm
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DDR Museum
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Berlin Cathedral
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Museum Island
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Bebelplatz
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Brandenburg Gate
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Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
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Reichstag Building
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Tiergarten
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Victory Column
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Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church
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Sony Center
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Day 2

East Side Gallery
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Checkpoint Charlie
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Wall Museum - Checkpoint Charlie
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Jewish Museum Berlin
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Topography of Terror
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Day 3

For us, it was Sunday, and we decided to have a local and relaxed day.

We started with brunch, then visited second-hand markets and architectural sights.

Neumanns Café
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Brunch here. It was really good
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Boxhagener Platz
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Good vibes and a really nice second hand market
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Mauerpark
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Huge park and really big second hand market. A lot of people, street artists, music - good vibes
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See you in the next posts with restaurant, cafes and architectural sights!

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I am an architect living in Milan. I was born in the Marche region and have lived in Turin, Japan, and Barcelona. I have been traveling since I was young, and even today, whenever I have the opportunity, I escape for a weekend, or why not, for a few more days. I try to include architectural points of interest in my travels as well. What never misses in my travels are tips from locals, good food, and living life to the fullest. I travel with friends, as a couple, but also by myself!
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3 days itinerary in Berlin
In this guide, I will show you my itinerary for a 3-day trip to Berlin.
21 Places • 4 Saves • ago
Free

Day 1

Alexanderplatz
@irenechegai
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Berliner Fernsehturm
@irenechegai
The view is better at night
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DDR Museum
@irenechegai
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Berlin Cathedral
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Add to
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Museum Island
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Bebelplatz
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Brandenburg Gate
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Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
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Reichstag Building
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Book well in advance.
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Tiergarten
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Victory Column
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Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church
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Sony Center
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Day 2

East Side Gallery
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Checkpoint Charlie
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Wall Museum - Checkpoint Charlie
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Jewish Museum Berlin
@irenechegai
It's free, and it's definitely worth it. Designed by Daniel Libeskind
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Topography of Terror
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Day 3

For us, it was Sunday, and we decided to have a local and relaxed day.

We started with brunch, then visited second-hand markets and architectural sights.

Neumanns Café
@irenechegai
Brunch here. It was really good
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Details
Boxhagener Platz
@irenechegai
Good vibes and a really nice second hand market
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Details
Mauerpark
@irenechegai
Huge park and really big second hand market. A lot of people, street artists, music - good vibes
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Details

See you in the next posts with restaurant, cafes and architectural sights!

* * *
CURATED BY
I am an architect living in Milan. I was born in the Marche region and have lived in Turin, Japan, and Barcelona. I have been traveling since I was young, and even today, whenever I have the opportunity, I escape for a weekend, or why not, for a few more days. I try to include architectural points of interest in my travels as well. What never misses in my travels are tips from locals, good food, and living life to the fullest. I travel with friends, as a couple, but also by myself!
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