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Berlin is one of the historical and cultural charms of Europe, and the second largest city on the continent. Having been restored considerably since World War II and the fall of the Berlin Wall, the city is now recognised as one of the finest metropolitan areas in the world. From the old cobbled streets in East Berlin, which are slowly being restored, to the magnificent architecture of central Berlin, weaved in and around a magnitude of lush greenery and open spaces.
AlexanderplatzA bustling historic square in the heart of Berlin, named after the Russian Czar Alexander I in 1805. It was destroyed in World War II and was transformed into a pedestrianized square in the 1960's.
Ägyptisches MuseumGermany's Egyptian Museum, home to a collection of over 2,000 ancient masterpieces spanning three millenia. Come here to admire treasures dating back to around 2600BC.
Alte NationalgalerieA building housing a comprehensive collection of 19th century German paintings. There are French impressionist works here from the likes of Monet, Manet and Renoir.
PergamonmuseumA museum housing the city's most impressive collection of archaeogical discoveries. Presenting three museums in one: A Collection of Classical Antiquities, The Museum of Ancient Near-Eastern Art and the Museum of Islamic Art.
TiergartenBerlin's largest park and a peaceful green haven at the heart of the city, with an abundance of ornamental lakes, gardens and wooded areas to explore. An ideal place to stroll, take a boat or bicycle tour or simply relax with a picnic.
ReichstagBuilt in 1894 as the seat of the German parliament, this building is highly recognisable by Sir Norman Foster's dome, an impressive architectural statement and stunning addition to Berlin's skyline.