By Marco Polo

Travel with Insider tips on how to ancient Berlin – Germany's biggest urban and capital. as soon as there, you can see a innovative combination of the recent and previous as this great urban stocks its history and interesting destiny – as well as one 3rd of the town being made from appealing forests, gardens and parks.

This advisor will make getting round effortless as you commute and discover utilizing the easiest map and insider tips for Berlin and become aware of all this remarkable urban has to supply - together with Charlottenburg and the encompassing sector.

Including plenty of within neighborhood wisdom for the entire most sensible sights, museums and eating places like Museumsinsel, Pergamon Museum and the Brandenburg Gate.

Arrive and hit the floor running!

- most sensible Highlights at a look comprise Unter Den Linden, Reichstag, Berghain and Kadewe

- 15 Marco Polo Insider information with unique heritage info together with the place to pattern the simplest wine checklist, taking the fastest...

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De | S 3, 5, 7 Hackescher Markt | bus 100 Schlossplatz Mitte’s cultural heart: Berliner Dom on Museum Island 2 DDR MUSEUM District Map Street Atlas [133 E3] | Google Map Those that actually experienced it have mixed feelings about this review of everyday life in East Gemany with its restricted range of food, tacky jeans, nudist holidays, Erika typewriters and music by Karat and City that can be heard once again over headphones. The history of life in the GDR over more than 1000 m². Daily 10am–8pm, 10pm on Saturday | entrance fee 6 euros | Karl-Liebknecht-Str.

Don’t get dizzy The fastest lift in Europe will whisk you to the top of the Kollhoff Tower on Potsdamer Platz. There you will not only be able to admire the view but also have a coffee or enjoy your breakfast in comfort Lunchtime concerts From September to June, you will be able to enjoy a free lunchtime concert every Tuesday in the Philharmonie. The performing ensembles are first-rate and include the Berlin Philharmonic and scholarship holders from the orchestra’s academy Wall art The Eastside Gallery, the longest open-air gallery in the world, is located to the south of the Ostbahnhof railway station.

In the past, the city was kept alive under two opposing political systems and, today, Berlin is still finding it difficult to exist without a stable, efficient economy that has evolved over decades. In spite of the rapidly increasing number of jobs in the service sector, Berlin has to live with a current unemployment rate of 14 per cent. However, the city is making the most of its potential as a base for scientific institutions. The universities, specialist colleges, research and scientific organisations are important employers providing around 200,000 jobs.

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