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What people say

"Need some fresh air? Berlin has many green spaces throughout, but Tiergarten is described as the "green lung" of the city. Biking, walking, running, and picnicking are popular Tiergarten activities, but there are also some memorials throughout. It's near a lot of other landmarks, so walk through it on your way to the Reichstag or Brandenburg Gate. How to get there: Use the same directions for the Brandenburg Gate!"
"This sprawling green oasis in the heart of Berlin is perfect for a relaxing stroll, a bike ride, or a boat trip on the Tiergartensee lake. Explore the park's monuments, including the Siegessäule (Victory Column) and the Soviet War Memorial."
"I wish I had had time to go to this park, but it was raining very hard when I was in Berlin so I spent a lot of my day inside. It has many famous landmarks, including the Victory Column. Price: Free"

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Berlin is one of Europe's most dynamic cities. Its rich, tragic history has spawned countless museums, memorials, & projects that are both fascinating and impactful. The art scene has something for everyone; if you prefer classic & historical, modern & thought-provoking, or if you don't consider yourself "artsy" at all, you can always find something to appreciate in this city. Berlin's energy is unmatched. So far I've visited 3 times & am still planning on going back! I guarantee Germany's capital will not disappoint. This guide isn't just the locations you'll find on other sites. While some of those locations certainly are worth visiting, this is my carefully curated list of what to do both on and off the beaten path. I provide all of my experiences & opinions on each location/activity, how long I think is worth spending in each place, & all of the things you need to know before you go. This guide includes: - A comprehensive list of things to do & see in Berlin - Your options for museum passes and city cards depending on your length of visit and interests - How long to plan for each relevant location - The closest metro line and best way to arrive at locations from Alexanderplatz (a hub where many hotels are located) - Prices & potential discounts at museums - A distinct section for Holocaust & WWII museums/memorials - Free or cheaply priced classic Berlin landmarks - Links to websites, tickets, museum passes, etc. - "Know before you go" tips for all relevant locations - Events & parks worth visiting in Berlin - A "uniquely Berlin" section where I share some of my favorite places that feel uniquely Berlin to me (:
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