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4 things to see in Berlin

Once a divided city, the united Berlin is one of the coolest and most modern cities in Europe. The capital of Germany is rich in culture, art and nightlife. Here are 4 things to see in Berlin:

1- Brandenburg Gate

One of the main attractions of Berlin: the famous Brandenburg Gate. This German icon, which was inaugurated in 1791, has witnessed the best and worst moments of the city. Pay attention to the imposing quadriga that decorates the top of the gate: it is one of the things that will call your attention the most. For many years it was one of the gateways to the city. 

2- Reichstag

If there is a political building in the world that attracts by its original architecture, that is undoubtedly the Reichstag. Walking through its spiral glass dome, the work of Norman Foster, you'll enjoy the incredible perspectives and the views from the top on the city. Although the entrance is free, the queues to access are long and the places are exhausted well in advance, so make sure to book them before you start your trip.

3- Berlin's Cathedral

98 meters. That's how big is the huge dome that crowns the Berlin Dom, as the Berlin Cathedral is known. With its blue color due to the wear of the copper it is made of, it stands out in the whole building and gives a touch of colour to the most important religious construction of the city. The cathedral has been destroyed and rebuilt in a couple of occasions: the first one by decision of William II and the second one due to the horror of World War II.

4- Alexanderplatz

If you haven't heard of Alexanderplatz until now, things will change as soon as you set foot in the German capital. It is the heart of the city, the most central place where everything ends up coming together. Right there you will also find several Berlin's must-sees: the TV Tower with its incredible view, the World Clock, where you can check what time it is in each of the major cities of the world, and the Marienkirche church, built in 1380 and located west of the TV Tower.

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