Welcome to Berlin!
Berlin is a place that ticks most boxes on anyone’s travel list. The German capital is dotted with remarkable landmarks that mirror the city’s history and culture. The best way to see this amazing city without missing out on any of these wonderful attractions is through our Berlin hop-on hop-off bus tour.
What adds to the vibrancy of the city is the contrast between the new and the classic. Though it’s a modern city, it has plenty for the history buffs. The Berlin Wall, Holocaust Memorial and Checkpoint Charlie are some of its most important historic sites.
Don’t miss seeing the beautiful and quirky murals and graffiti around the city. The best places to spot street art are at the East Side Gallery, which is the world’s longest open-air gallery. From street performers to stores selling classic vinyl records and the Philharmonie, which houses the best orchestra in Berlin, Berlin isn’t one to disappoint.
Book our sightseeing bus in Berlin to explore all this and much more.
3 Must-Visit Berlin Attractions
Our Berlin hop-on hop-off tour takes you to three of Berlin’s most famous landmarks. The first stop is Checkpoint Charlie. This is an open-air museum that stands as a symbol of the Cold War and the partition of East and West Berlin.
The next spot to hop off at is Brandenburg Gate. This 18th-century monument dating to Napoleon’s time is considered one of the most stunning examples of neoclassical architecture. It now stands as a symbol of unity and peace. Take a break from history and visit Computerspielemuseum, the only museum in the world dedicated to computer games.
Why Should You Visit Berlin?
There is much more to Berlin than meets the eye. So, it’s no surprise that it’s among the most visited places in the world. We all know about Berlin’s famous beer. But did you know that the city houses the world’s longest beer garden and hosts the Berlin International Beer Festival each year?
No, not Amsterdam but Berlin has more canals than any other city. They cover 111 miles of waterway and are linked by over 1,700 bridges. That’s more than 1,200 compared to the 409 bridges in Venice.
While here, make sure to try the famous currywurst. Invented in 1949, more than 70 million of these are eaten each year.
Want to see where the first traffic light in Europe was installed? Head over to Potsdamer Platz. This square was reduced to ruins during the Second World War and reconstructed in 1991. Every winter, the square turns into a white wonderland with a ski party cabin, ice rink, and Europe’s biggest toboggan run.
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