Amazing Things to do in Berlin

Amazing Things to do in Berlin

This city was once literally divided by a wall but as the wall came down, Berlin became the epicentre of culture, arts and amazing parties. The city is not just filled with high skyscrapers, it is equally filled with beautiful rivers and green spaces. You can discover the parks around the city with your picnic baskets during the day and as the sun goes down, you can head over to a non-stop party.

Without much ado, here are some amazing things that are a must when you are in Berlin.

Learn about Berlin’s history at the Holocaust Memorial

We all know how deeply Berlin was impacted during the World War and the Holocaust Memorial is a big reminder of that very fact. Take an emotional stroll through the Denkmal für die Ermordeten Juden Europas which has 2,711 blocks symbolizing the death of Jews in Europe. You can also explore the Soviet War Memorial which has an extensive collection of black and white photos of Berlin from before and during the war.

Walk across the Berlin wall

If you are going to Berlin for the first time, there is no way you can miss a visit to the grand Berlin Wall. This wall once divided Berlin into two parts but was taken down after the Second World War was over. Though, the majority of the wall was demolished, a small section of it still remains at the East Side Gallery which has been painted by more than 100 artists with their own interpretations of peace.

Discover breath taking post-modern architecture

For some amazing urban views, head over to Reichstag, Germany’s parliament building. This building was designed by a controversial Jewish architect named Norman Foster. It has a beautiful glass dome at the top and inside you can take the lift up to the roof terrace to enjoy spectacular views.

Explore the countryside at Grunewald forest

One of the biggest forest area in Berlin, Grunewald is a great option if you want to escape the city noise and find some serenity in the woods. You can pack up a picnic and discover the forest area either by foot on hired bicycles and if the heat is getting to you, you can dive into any of the Grunewald’s freshwater lakes – Wannsee or Schlachtensee. There is also a big man-made hill here called Teufelsberg which was built during the World War II by the Allies for protection.

Party until the sun comes up

Berlin is the place to party every weekend, in fact most of the clubs have never ending parties which extend to more than 48 hours. The clubs here have techno and house music with overflowing alcohol to help you feel the vibe. Some of the most famous clubs in the city include Watergate, Panorama Bar and Salon Zur Wilden Renate.

We hope with this amazing list you are already preparing your next trip to Berlin!