Berlin Flat No 9

Many top attractions are found within walking distance of the flat. The television tower which offers amazing views across the whole of Berlin and also boasts a rotating restaurant so that you can enjoy typical German cuisine while admiring the capital city from on high, is located just a couple of minutes away in the Alexanderplatz. Another attraction worth seeing in the Alexanderplatz is the World Clock which rotates to tell you the time in different cities all over the world.

The Museumsinsel is also not far away and hosts among others the Pergamon Museum which exhibits life size reconstructions of monumental buildings, the Bode Museum with its collection of sculptures from different time periods and the Alte Nationalgalerie (Old National Gallery) with artwork from the Classical, Romantic, Biedermeier, Impressionist and early Modernist periods. The Berliner Dom also rests on the banks of the Spree on Museumsinsel. Admire the beautiful decoration inside the cathedral and climb up to the dome gallery for a view of the dome’s interior and outwards to the city around Berlin.

Walking down the famous boulevard “Unter den Linden” from Museumsinsel you will reach the Brandenburg Gate, possibly the most famous landmark of Berlin. Just to the North of this impressive structure is the Reichstag building where the German Parliament meets. The old building was severely damaged by a fire in 1933 and wasn’t fully reconstructed until after the German reunification in 1990. The reconstruction that followed resulted in an attractive if unusual mix of the new and the old with the original façades still present but with an impressive glass dome on the top which contains a spiraling pathway with wonderful views across Berlin and a view into the plenary chamber below.

To the south of the Brandenburg Gate you will find the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe designed by architect Peter Eisenman. Underneath the memorial is a free information museum where you can learn more about the memorial and about the suffering that was experienced by so many people. For those who are interested in such historical topics, Berlin has a lot of other attractions and museums to offer. The Oranienburg Concentration Camp is easy to reach by train and the Berlin Wall Memorial and Checkpoint Charlie Museum are reminders of another disturbing time in the history of this beautiful city.

If shopping is your passion then this vacation rental is in the perfect location for you. Walk to the Hackesche Höfe to the west and enjoy exploring the interconnected courtyards which offer not just shops but also restaurants, theatres and cinemas. Just outside in the square of Hackesche Markt there is also often a market where you can buy handmade crafts and fruit and vegetables. A couple of minutes to the east of the holiday lodging you will find the vast array of shops offered by Alexanderplatz. The Alexa shopping centre is the second largest shopping centre in Berlin with its five floors and 180 shops. Galeria Kaufhof is one of the most famous European department stores and well worth a visit.

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