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Discovering Berlin

These days, Berlin is known for its irreverent attitude, and 48 hour nightlife. Germany's capital is big on culture, good food and, of course, beer, which makes it a good option for a weekend break. Here's just a few ideas to inspire you to discover Berlin for yourself.
 

1- Visit the inspiring art mile

Once a symbol of oppression, the East Side Gallery has transformed the last remaining bit of the Berlin Wall still standing, into an open air art installation. When the wall fell in 1989 it was turned into a giant mural, with more than hundred artists from 21 different countries adding their vision to it. It underwent restoration in 2009 as some of the colours had weathered and it is free to visit.
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2- Learn about the city's history

The Jewish Museum has two thousand years of German-Jewish history on display and it’s well worth a look. Particularly powerful is the 24m high Holocaust Tower, an unheated concrete silo, representing the helplessness and persecution of the Jews during the war. You'll also find Checkpoint Charlie, the historic crossing point from East to West Berlin, and where Allied and Soviet tanks famously faced-off during the crisis of 1961. On Cora-Berliner-Straße, you’ll find 2,711 concrete plinths of different heights. Finished in 2004, the Holocaust Memorial is a powerful and sobering reminder of the horrors inflicted on the Jews during the war.

Take a look also at 6 things to do in Berlin.

3- Brandenburg Gate

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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. 

Discover 4 things to see in Berlin.
 

4- Currywurst

Now we don’t think we’re telling you anything new when we recommend you try a currywurst. But it is entirely possible you didn’t know just how much the Germans love this particular sausage. So much so that there’s even a Currywurst Museum! You can find this wonderful dish almost everywhere in Berlin, but the most famous is found at Konnopke's Imbiss, a legendary food stand in East Berlin found beside the U-Bahn in Prenzlauer Berg. This Berlin treasure has been serving incredibly happy customers ever since 1930.

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