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Private Berlin Custom Half-Day Tour with Private Driver and Guide
"Your day will start with your guide meeting you at your hotel before driving to Germany’s parliament building the Reichstag. On the way your guide will kick off the day with an overview of Berlin’s 800-year history from its humble beginnings to the creative world city it is today.You’ll then pass Berlin’s gleaming €1bn main train station Hauptbahnhof before driving to visit the most famous entrance to Berlin’s historical center the Brandenburg Gate. From there you will be taken to Berlin’s most famous Holocaust memorial the poignant ‘Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe’.Following this you’ll get a chance to stand above the remains of Hitler’s Bunker
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Private Tour: Berlin City Highlights
"You’ll be picked up from your hotel in the morning for your 3-hour private sightseeing tour. Learn about Berlin’s turbulent history diverse architecture and thriving art and cultural scene as you explore the city by private vehicle. As this is a private tour you can customize the exact itinerary to your preferences; simply let your guide know if you have any special interests. Visit historic sites such as Potsdamer Platz Brandenburg Gate (Brandenburger Tor) Checkpoint Charlie Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom) Charlottenburg Palace (Schloss Charlottenburg) and the town hall. Hop out to walk alongside the remains of the Berlin Wall
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Private Berlin Pokémon GO Hunting Tour by Car Including WiFi
"Enjoy a new experience in Berlin and go on a 2-hour Pokémon hunt through Berlin by car. Book a private custom tour in a nice sedan for up to 3 people or a luxurious van for up to 3 to 6 people to get a tailored itinerary and experience all the major high built in 1791 and was just one of many old city gates around the city of Berlin which at that time was still a manageable size. Berlin Television Tower known to locals as the Fernsehturm and instantly recognizable from the distance as it stands out of the Berlin skyline making it the tallest building in Berlin with its 368 meters Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom) with its magnificent dome is a remarkable example the of late 19th century architecture The Berlin Wall which was a barrier that divided Berlin from 1961 to 1989
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More What to Pack in Berlin

More clothes despite of summer season

Actually I was visiting Berlin already in summer, but I needed really not only summer clothes. I used even jacket for a few days. I was happy to have umbrella with me, but finnaly used it only for a...
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Sep 19, 2013

Big City Packing

Pack as you would for any big city. Depending on time of year, slacks, good walking shoes and an umbrella are essential. Long sleeves during the cooler months and short sleeves in the Spring and...
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Jun 16, 2013

Weather in December

Common questions in the Berlin Forum are; what is the weather like, what should I wear. I always make a point of using one of the websites available on the internet to check the weather for the...
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Feb 24, 2013

Bring some shoes for extensive walking

Although weather forecasts are quite reliable, a sudden shower can turn the ways in parks to some muddy slippery experiences. Therefore, check out what you will do on a particular day and be prepared...
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Aug 05, 2006

Bottled water

Please please bring your own bottled water as for some reason in berlin all the bottled water (i even tried starbucks, i know what a let down) has a really weird sweet taste... although some...
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Mar 24, 2006

Weather in June

We thought that June was a warm month in Europe so we packed our shorts and t-shirts but Berlin was still very cold and windy. Be careful as the weather can still be somehow chilly until the very end...
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Aug 24, 2005
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Rain gear!

Make sure to take an umbrella or rain coat when you go to Berlin. For several months in the fall, I had to take mine every time I went out, even if the morning was sunny. Berlin never gets too...
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Dec 19, 2004

Electrical appliances

In case you want to bring any electrical appliances with you, here is the system Germany uses: 220 volts and 50 Hz. It is a round pin attachment plug (see picture)An adapter will allow you to...
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May 20, 2004

If you travel with a kid

All worldwide baby care companies are present in Berlin but it's always better to bring already used toiletries for a small kid especially. When I was first time in Berlin, in East Berlin more...
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Apr 21, 2004

Weather, walking shoes...

For walking around Berlin, small, city backpack and surely bag for your camera - both water-proof (as on my picture). Comfortable walking shoes preferrably water-resistant: like good trainers or...
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Mar 13, 2004


Books: Until a few months ago all I knew of Germany and Berlin was from history lessons in school. The following books were very useful in preparation for my trip:Germany & the Germans by...
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May 15, 2003

Doreen on Spreeufer

Comfortable shoes as you'll be walking quite a bit no matter what you plan. A wide-angle lens is always useful in taking photos of buildings. A great guide like Doreen comes in handy. She speaks...
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Mar 24, 2003

Packing List

international impoverished jetset gear: a pastel scarf patterend with purple daisies and shiny plastic handbags. Honestly, I don't know. Everyone seems to wear black, dark black, and gray black, so...
Sep 07, 2002

Climate in Berlin

Rainy season: There is no special rainy seasonAvg. Temp. in Spring: max.: 8 – 21°C ( 47 - 70°F ); min: 2 - 10°C ( 36 - 50°F )Avg. Temp. in Summer: max.: 22 – 24°C ( 71 - 75°F ); min: 13 - 15°C (...
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Sep 06, 2002

Top Hotels in Berlin

Rosenthaler Strasse 1, Berlin, 10119, Germany
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Marlene Dietrich Platz 2, Berlin, 10785, Germany
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Unter den Linden 77, Berlin, 10117, Germany
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Potsdamer Strasse 3, (formerly Madison Potsdamer Platz), Berlin, D-10785, Germany
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Inge-Beisheim-Platz 1, Berlin, 10785, Germany
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Potsdamer Platz 3, Berlin, 10785, Germany
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Top Things to Do in Berlin

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I wanted to get a photo of the Reichstag building, and as I walked past one of the other buildings I noticed a poster advertising a free light show transforming the sides of several of the government...
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Checkpoint Charlie

If Checkpoint Charlie would have been left as it was originally it would be spectacular .... but now it's just a sad tourist trap ... People line up to take photos with some guy dressed in a US...
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Holocaust Memorial

I could never understand the behavior of people at times .... This place is not for posing for photos doing your "V" for victory signs ... or for jumping from slab to slab .... This is a memorial...
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Alexanderplatz is known as "Alex" to Berliners. It was a cattle market in the Middle Ages, then a military parade square and exercise ground until the mid nineteenth century. It is named after...
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Kaiser Wilhelm Gedaechtniskirche

This was our second visit to this church. On our first visit in the early nineties I really did not like it, but this time for some reason I did . Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is located on the...
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TV Tower - Fernsehturm

At 368m, Berlin’s TV Tower is the tallest structure in Germany, so there’s no excuse for not seeing it. There’s an enclosed viewing platform at 203 m, and fortunately you don’t have to climb the 986...
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"More than the capital of Germany"
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"Berlin, Berlin - wir fahren nach Berlin!"
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"Berlin in my way"
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