Hackescher Markt ("Hacke's Market")

Hackescher Markt is the creative core of the capital near Alexanderplatz and Friedrichstraße. The transformation of the market began directly after the fall of the Berlin Wall, when numerous creative artists and fashion designers shaped the place into a creative center of the city. The Hackesche Höfe were also extensively renovated after the fall of the Wall. To this day, they are home to numerous workshops in the fields of fashion, design, jewelry, art and culture. Numerous gastronomic establishments have also settled here.

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Deutschland Museum Berlin

The Deutschlandmuseum in Berlin is a unique museum that conveys the multifaceted history of Germany in an impressive way. With its modern, interactive and audiovisual exhibition, visitors of all ages can experience around 2000 years of German history up close. From ancient artifacts to modern exhibits, the Deutschlandmuseum, which has received the THEA Award for Outstanding Achievement, reflects the diversity and development of German society.
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Europa Center

If you want to go on an extensive shopping spree in Berlin, you can't miss the Europa Center. From multimedia to wellness, you can find everything your heart desires here. Over 70 stores as well as numerous restaurants and cafes form a focal point that has something to offer for every taste. The Europa Center focuses on the latest trends as well as on varied offers. With numerous events of all kinds, the center is also a focal point for the Berlin cabaret scene.
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Museum Island

The Museum Island is a unique ensemble of buildings located in the historic center of Berlin. The island combines the exhibitions of the Old Museum, the New Museum, the Old National Gallery, the Bode Museum and the Pergamon Museum. Through numerous cultural and artistic exhibitions, the island attracts countless visitors every year and is an absolute must on a city tour.
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City Palace

The City Palace in Berlin was used as the residence of many electors, kings and emperors from 1443 onwards. The castle was built in the Baroque style and also has Classical influences. Since the beginning of the 20th century it has also been used by various authorities and for scientific institutions. The 70 meter high dome is a landmark of the city and serves as a popular photo motif.
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East Side Gallery

Die East Side Gallery gehört zu den eindringlichsten Orten der Hauptstadt und erinnert an die Berliner Mauer und deren Opfer. Künstler aus der ganzen Welt haben sich an der East Side Gallery verewigt. Zudem bietet das „The Wall Museum" direkt an der East Side Gallery die Möglichkeit, die Geschichte live zu erleben. Nutzen Sie unseren Zwischenhalt an der East Side Gallery und tauchen sie in die Geschichte Berlins ein.
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