Unter den Linden - Zeughaus
The Zeughaus on Unter den Linden is a genuine masterpiece of the north German baroque. It was built to be an Armory during the reign of the first King of Prussia, Frederick I, and dedicated in 1706. Now it is home to the Deutsches Historisches Museum - the German History Museum. Currently this section of the museum is closed for renovation, but the new wing - designed by I.M. Pei - is still open.
See how pieces of the city...
See how pieces of the city (e.g. Kreuzberg) that used to be impopular due to isolated locations when the Wall was still standing up right, by now have become incredibly lively and popular. Imagine your neighbourhood turing all of a sudden from a remote back area of the city into a very central located part.
Moby Dick is a purpose built boat that takes cruises on Tegel Lake. The trip is worth it as you can take in a bite to eat and something to drink. There are many different boat cruises available on Tegel Lake, but this one is special.
Görtz is a huge shoeshop located in the busy shopping district near KaDeWe. There are three floors, all filled full with shoes and boots. The store has also accessories.
First floor, as usual, is devoted for ladies and accessories. Children shoes are located at the basement and the men shoes at the upstairs. The variety of shoes is ashtounding. The brands include, among others, DKNY, Boss, Timberland, Geox, and Lloyd. All price categories, except luxury shoes, are covered well. Especially the sheer amount of children shoes makes this places worth a visit for families.
Get a daily ticket for tube, bus, tram
For 5,80 Euros you can buy an all day ticket from one of the ticket machines in the U-Bahn.
You can use the U-Bahn, busses and trams with it all day around town.
Very good value for money we thought and very quick too!