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  • We had heard Berlin was a city bursting with art and music and we were very excited to

  • spend some time there. Here is our list of the 25 best things to do in Berlin.

  • The East Side Gallery is the longest remaining strip of the of the former dividing wall between

  • East and West Berlin. Today the 1.3 kilometer long wall stands as a memorial to freedom

  • and it is covered in art and graffiti.

  • Right now we're visiting Brandenburg Gate. This gate dates back to the 18th Century.

  • It used to be one of the old gates leading in to the city. Now after the wall came down

  • in 1989 this became a symbol of unity between East and West Germany. It is an important

  • site to visit.

  • And just behind the gate is the Hotel Adlon. This is where Michael Jackson infamously dangled

  • the baby.

  • We're here at Tiergarten, one of the biggest parks in the city. It is a nice quiet green

  • escape from the city center. We're loving just walking around. This park actually used

  • to be the King's hunting grounds because it was full of wild deer and other animals.

  • MauerPark is a hipster hangout. Every Sunday people flock to this park and spend the day

  • barbecuing, listening to music, enjoying a few beers, and simply having a good time.

  • There's a popular flea market where you can pick up old vinyls and clothes, and if you

  • head over to the Bear Pit you can catch some karaoke and musical performances.

  • If you want to spot some cool street art, then head over to Friedrichshain. This neighborhood

  • is home to a lot of old warehouses turned cafes and art galleries, and they exude a

  • very cool vibe.

  • You can't come to Berlin and not eat a Currywurst! This is the city's most popular fast food

  • snack. The sausage is served with a ketchup and curry powder concoction. It's delicious!

  • Up next we're at the Reichstag building which has a pretty cool glass dome on top. This

  • dome is actually open to visitors and it offers 360 degree views of the city but the only

  • thing is that you need to sign up well in advance.

  • Today we're visiting Tempelhof, a re-purposed airport here in Berlin. This is the first

  • time, I must say, that I've ever walked on a runway. What is so cool about this park

  • is that it has been re-purposed and now people are enjoying all kinds of leisure activities.

  • There is a dog park, there is people inline skating, riding bicycles, jogging, walking

  • and having picnics. This is such as awesome place just to come and hangout.

  • If you enjoy museums and art galleries you'll want to visit Berlin's Museum Island. They

  • actually have five different museums here and if you get a daily pass for 18 Euros you

  • get access to all five.

  • We are now visiting the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin. It is also known as the Memorial

  • to the Murdered Jews of Europe. The artist's idea when he was creating this was to create

  • a sense of confusion and uneasiness when we walk through the memorial, yet it is very

  • orderly at the same time and that is supposed to mimic the Nazi regime. We're going to be

  • showing you this area.

  • Charlottenburg Palace is the largest palace in Berlin and the only surviving royal residence

  • in the city. It was home to Queen Sophia Charlotte and the interior is quite grand. Once you've

  • browsed through the many halls and ballrooms, you should head out the beautiful gardens

  • out back.

  • Checkpoint Charlie was one of the crossing points between East Berlin and West Berlin

  • during the Cold War. Today you can get your passport stamped with the stamps of the former

  • sectors.

  • Located near Alexanderplatz, The Berlin TV Tower offers a great lookout over the city.

  • Chocolate! Ritter Sport is a chocolate brand that is sold all over Germany, and while in

  • Berlin we couldn't resist sampling a few of the different varieties.

  • Berlin Cathedral is located on Museum Island and it's one of the most beautiful churches

  • in the city. You wouldn't be able to tell by looking at it today, but the dome was severely

  • damaged during the Second World War.

  • If Currywurst is to your liking, you'll want to check out this quirky museum devoted to

  • Berlin's favorite sausage. One of the coolest things about this museum is that they have

  • a giant sofa shaped like a Currywurst.

  • Renting a bike is a great way to get around the city. Most places will rent out bikes

  • at 10 Euros per day.

  • For a leisurely afternoon, hop on a boat and enjoy a tour down the River Spree.

  • Of course, you cannot come to Berlin and not eat a Wurst or a sausage. I've just ordered

  • myself one from the street. They have lots of local stands and this was only one Euro

  • and thirty five cents. Big bite! That is so good and I got it with mustard, which is even

  • tastier.

  • The Friedrichshain flea market takes place every Sunday and it's a great place for people

  • watching and a little browsing. You'll find all sorts of items for sale, ranging from

  • old musical instruments to antique dishware. This market draws big crowds.

  • The Germans sure know how to enjoy a hearty breakfast, and we recommend you try it too.

  • Breakfast usually offers a wide sampling of loafs and bread rolls, accompanied with various

  • deli cuts and cheese.

  • We couldn't resist visiting yet another cat cafe while we were in Berlin. Unlike the cafes

  • we have previously visited in Asia, this one was quite small and only had 2 cats, but if

  • you're a cat lover you might just enjoy Pee Pees Katzen Cafe.

  • While in Berlin we enjoyed a hearty meal of Schnitzel. This thin strip of meat is coated

  • in flour, eggs, and breadcrumbs, before being deep-fried. You can order it with a side of

  • mashed potatoes or German noodles known as Spaetzle.

  • It's quite easy to get around Berlin using the U-bahn and S-bahn system. You can get

  • almost anywhere, plus it's really affordable.

  • In Berlin, there is a big Turkish population and that means there is awesome Turkish street

  • food. Right here, I've got a donair in front of me. It only costs 3.50 Euro and this thing

  • is a massive behemoth. I can't wait to take the first bite. Oh yeah, amazing.

  • And that's Berlin for you! A city that has risen from the ashes of the war, which is

  • now bursting with art, music, and life.

  • Have you been to Berlin? We'd love to hear your favourite things about the city in the

  • comments below.

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