Things to do in Berlin
• What to do in Berlin
Start with the standard, but optional: walk from the Reichstag via the Brandenburg Gate to Potsdamer Platz past the remains of the Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie, and then through the old center to the Museum Island and the Alexanderplatz, to see all the most important thing in the pedestrian walk.
How about the same things during a walk on a boat. They go to many places in the heart of Central station, Friedrichstrasse, Berlin Cathedral. There is a tour of the bridges of Berlin lasting 3 hours, starts twice daily, in the hotels, you can find the schedule. So you'll see all the diversity of Berlin with the water from the Reichstag to Kreuzberg.
On the way to evaluate the city from a height of one of the many viewing platforms: TV Tower, Berlin Cathedral, the skyscraper at Potsdamer Platz, the Reichstag dome. Cheapest playground - at the Victory Column (the Siegessäule), but no elevator, the most expensive (13 euros) - the TV tower. A compromise (elevator and high) - Panorama Punkt on brick skyscraper at Potsdamer Platz.
To listen to the street musicians and watch the dancers, graffiti artists and other creative professionals to Alexanderplatz. The music sounds all the time, quality, with a twinkle. Imagine that 30 years ago there ended in marches and parades took place in East Berlin - the capital of the GDR.
Wander through the streets and patios near Hackescher Markt, in the evening on the patio with a cocktail in Schwarzenberg Eschloraque bar and chat with the half-full glass in his hand to go here in the Monster-Kabinett, in order to finish off the evening in the heat of performance metal monsters.
In the afternoon coffee at St Oberholz on Rosenthaler Platz, feel the atmosphere startaperskogo Berlin. Here you can come to the idea that a good idea would be to move to Berlin. And the question arises - what to do here? Climb to the second floor cafe and toilets study the bulletin board can, you are already looking for, if not - Prilep your ad with the offer of services.
Sunday morning to go to the Mauerpark, wander around the flea market, the same breakfast, lie down on the grass with live music or sing karaoke mass, see how-graffiti artists paint on the fence.
To go to Neukölln on Sonnenallee and realize that many places in Berlin where you can enjoy cuisines at ridiculous prices: from burgers in Berlin Burger International to the best hummus in the city Azzam restaurant.
After lunch, take a walk through Görlitzer Park in Kreuzberg, to sit on the remains of a fountain and watch the families come to kottbusser tor, take the fish pavilion food up in a cafe and eat Kotti all washed down with tea or beer.
Closer to decline to come to Victoria Park in Kreuzberg, to climb the mountain to the Memorial of King Friedrich Wilhelm III, which was erected in honor of the liberation battles at the end of the Napoleonic wars. Here you can find the sunset with views of the city and admire the picturesque waterfall.
Visit Pergamon (there is a Russian audio guide) and the new museum in one combi-the ticket, it is better to go in the afternoon, when fewer people, then get to the park Mont Bijou that the arrow on the Museum Island, and dance. If dancing is not pulling, just order a pizza in an outdoor cafe and watch the dancing on the waterfront.
Look at the exhibition at the Museum of Martin-Gropius-Bau. There is always a lot of interesting things. For example, now banned an exhibition in China artist Ai Wei Wei and exposition devoted to David Bowie.
You go to the Spandau Citadel from the 14th century - there are several museums, old cobbled streets, stunning views of the city from the tower. In the old center of Spandau many pleasant present German restaurants, they have their own, distinct from Berlin pride and menu.
If you are with kids, then you direct road to the German Technical Museum and Natural History Museum with the dinosaurs.
Take a tour of the microbrewery, is a new trend in Berlin, start with Hops & Barley in Friedrichshain, a snack in Arminiusmarkthalle and finish in Vagabund Brauerei in the Wedding. The latter is open from 18:00, owner and head brewer is behind the bar. The money for the opening of the brewery owners collected through crowdfunding.
If you are interested in military history and the Reichstag had already been, in the morning go to the German-Soviet museum in Karlshorst, where the German capitulation was signed in 1945, and after dinner - to the legendary Tempelhof airport, now a park.
When it gets dark - selected in Neukölln for dinner and bars Weserstrasse area. By the way, on 27-29 June 2014 held 48 Hours Neukoelln, which should not be missed.